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War In Nagorno-Karabakh: Shadow of Big Ottoman Brother covers Azerbaijan

The Turkish military continues to demonstrate its non-involvement in the war with Armenia in the Nagorno-Karabakh region. On November 4, the heroic defense ministry of Turkey announced that Azerbaijani forces had shot down one more Armenian Su-25 warplane in the conflict zone.

Azerbaijani Troops are at Gates of Capital of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic

The Armenian side confirmed that Azerbaijani troops have almost reached the second largest town in Nagorno-Karabakh – Shusha, which is located just a few km from the capital of the self-proclaimed republic, Stepanakert. Arayik Harutyunyan, the president of the republic, called on Armenians to take arms to defend their homeland.

Azerbaijan Is In Anger. Armenians Open Fire at its Troops Peacefully...

The setback in the south of Karabakh was confirmed by the Armenian Defense Ministry, who insisted that the situation is still under full control. If this is under full control, it’s hard to imagine how the Armenian side sees the variant of the situation when all is not under control.

Azerbaijani Forces rush to capture Lachin Corridor from retreating Armenians

The Hands of Moloch: Some Armenian sources even claim that the Pashinyan government oriented towards the West and NATO has just opted to sell the contested region to Azerbaijan under some formal pretext to remove the unresolved territorial disputes factor and open a way towards the further ‘democratic’ transformation of Armenia that it desires so much.

Armenia Launches Ballistic Missiles on Azerbaijan amid retreat in Nagorno-Karabakh Region

On the morning of October 22, Armenian forces launched ballistic missiles at targets inside the territory of Azerbaijan. According to the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry, 3 missiles were fired in the direction of the Siyazan region. Baku claimed that the strike was aimed at the civilian population and civilian infrastructure. The report provided no details regarding the type of missiles employed.

NEO – The Confrontation in the Eastern Mediterranean is not subsiding

Jim W. Dean - Turkey's Erdogan is playing the EU for a fool now, as it knows it is under Covid stress and the Brexit battle showdown is coming to an end, where it might get stiffed by Boris Johnson.

Azerbaijan strikes Ballistic Missile sites in Armenia amid Hadrat standoff

According to both Armenian and Azerbaijani sources intense clashes and artillery duels have been ongoing in the northern and southern parts of Karabakh.

Another war in Nagorno-Karabakh republic

Alla Pierce - I was in Karabakh during the 4-day war in 2016. I have met with soldiers and civilians, ordinary villagers and officials, and I was amazed at how monolithic these people are.

Breaking: Lavrov gets Baku and Armenians to agree to ceasefire at...

A ceasefire has been announced, beginning 12:00 on 10 October, 2020, for humanitarian purposes for the exchange of prisoners of war and other detainees, and bodies of the dead, to be mediated in accordance with the criteria of the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Analysis of the Key Players in the Nagorno Karabagh War

Despite Trump’s statement that he will look into the conflict, nothing has been done. Trump’s close friendship with Erdogan does not give Armenians any comfort that the United States will play a moderating role in the conflict.

Breaking: Baku blinks first – Aliyev calls for ceasefire with Armenia

Jim W. Dean - I had my fingers crossed that this fruitless effort by a megalomaniac in Baku would cause him to come to his senses.

NEO: Why Nagorno-Karabakh and Why Now?

Observers on the ground in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone have no doubt that the heaviest fighting in years is going on, and this is only the early stages of what may develop into a larger geopolitical conflict involving proxies.

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