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Russia Ready to join efforts with US against COVID-19, share vaccine

Russia is open for cooperation with the United States in fighting the coronavirus pandemic and will be ready to share a vaccine against the disease, Russian Ambassador Anatoly Antonov said at an event hosted by a Washington think tank, Sputnik News writes in the article Russia Ready to Join Efforts With US Against COVID-19, Share Vaccine - Ambassador

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Al Jazeera: Azerbaijan fully reclaims lands around Nagorno-Karabakh

A convoy of Azerbaijani military trucks entered the Lachin district overnight, taking over the last of three regions around Karabakh handed over by Armenia under the Russian-brokered agreement, Al Jazeera writes in the article Azerbaijan fully reclaims lands around Nagorno-Karabakh. AFP journalists saw soldiers raising the Azerbaijani flag over an administrative building in the town of Lachin in the early hours of Tuesday

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Qarabağ FK players return to Aghdam

The Imarat Stadium of Azerbaijan's Qarabağ FK football club in the district of Aghdam played host to the last football game 27 years ago, before the city was occupied and the stadium was razed to the ground by Armenia's forces in 1993. Aghdam's liberation from the occupation breathed new life into the war-torn "ghost stadium" as players of Qarabağ FK were back on their home turf after decades of separation

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Ganja's children: ""We thought we would remain under the rubble..."

The United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, published an article about conflict-affected children in Azerbaijan learning to recover. The recent escalation of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has left numerous children suffering from psychological distress. Children came under fire and lost homes, families or loved ones. Dozens of children were killed or wounded

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Lachin region returns to Azerbaijan on December 1

Lachin region should be returned to Azerbaijan by December 1. The 28-year occupation has come to an end and a lot of work is to be done to restore the settlements in the region. In recent days, photographic evidence of Armenian citizens …

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Remembering Karen Demirchyan

"Guys, issues are not resolved this way," they say that these were the last words of the Chairman of the Armenian Parliament Karen Demirchyan, addressed to his murderers - terrorists who bursted into the parliamentary hall on …

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Azerbaijanis rescue Armenians in hospitals

New details of the consequences of a mine blast on November 23 in the village of Sugovushan of the Terter region of the joint group for the exchange of bodies of dead servicemen, consisting of representatives of Russian peacekeepers, the …

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Golda Meir anticipated 2020

"A leader who does not hesitate to send young men into battle is a disaster for the nation," said Golda Meir, who at various times served as Prime Minister, Interior Minister, Foreign Minister, Minister of Labor and Social Security …

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Azerbaijan calls on Armenia to stop destroying houses and monuments

Azerbaijani forces do not target historic, cultural and, especially, religious buildings and monuments, Sevda Mammadaliyeva writes in the article Azerbaijan Respects All Cultural Monuments for WSJ, answering Christina Maranci’s “Cultural Heritage in the Crosshairs Once More” (Arts & Review, Nov. 19) article

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Will Russia replace the legendary Iskander missile?

The 9K720 Iskander mobile short-range ballistic missile system was developed during the final years of the Cold War, but it wasn’t tested until 1996 and only entered service in 2006. But now the platform, which was designed to evade missile defenses, could be on the way out by the end of the decade, The National Interest writes in the article Will Russia Replace the Legendary Iskander Missile?

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'My childhood stood frozen in Kalbajar after occupation'

A young Azerbaijani man recounted how he was eight years old when he was forced to leave Azerbaijan's Kalbajar region and didn't have a proper childhood since Armenian forces occupied the lands nearly three decades ago. "My childhood stood frozen there," Bazirgan Verdiyev told as he prepared to go back home, Anadolu Agency writes in the article 'My childhood stood frozen in Kalbajar after occupation'. Verdiyev, 36, who is currently doing his doctorate studies in the Turkish metropolis of Istanbul, said his childhood passed with the "bitter experience" of being an internally displaced person

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Happines and poverty of the Karabakh people

A video is being circulated on social media, which simultaneously shows footage of luxurious houses and a child, most likely abandoned by an Armenian family who fled their home in the occupied territories. The special forces of Azerbaijan …

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Uzeyir Hajibeyov: the phenomenon of the composer

During the first Karabakh war, the strategically located Shusha became one of the main targets of the Armenian nationalists. They occupied the city on May 8, 1992, looted museums, which contained thousands of exhibits, destroyed hundreds of …

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