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News, reports, media on combat in Karabakh. October 30, 2020

  • On the situation at the front over the past day from the Ministry of Defense of Armenia

  • "Azerbaijan continues deliberately targeting civilian areas and population" - Karabakh Ombudsman

  • Ex-president of Armenia Kocharian not to fly to Moscow to discuss Karabakh following coronavirus diagnosis

  • Ex-presidents of Armenia headed to Moscow to find ways to resolve the Karabakh conflict

  • Another 9 settlements taken by Azerbaijani army - President Ilham Aliyev

  • 91 civilians have died since the beginning of the war in Azerbaijan - Prosecutor General's Office of Azerbaijan

  • Adversary firing on the territory of Gubadli region - Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • Elderly Armenian prisoner dies in captivity in Azerbaijan - ombudsman of Armenia

  • Azerbaijani Defense Ministry: "The territory of four regions is under fire"

  • Azerbaijani Armed Forces continued attacks along front, shelling of settlements at night - Ministry of Defense of Karabakh

  • Combat operations continue - Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • Brief summary of events as of the morning of October 30

  • News, reports, photos / videos on military operations in Karabakh for October 29, 2020

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