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Six questions to Nikol Pashinyan left without answers

The escalation in Nagorno-Karabakh started on September 27 raises a lot of questions to Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. Yesterday, journalist and TV presenter Roman Babayan and RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan asked some of them in the Svoya Pravda program on NTV

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Occupied Karabakh turned by Armenia into fake antiques factory

Archaeological, ethnographic, epigraphic, paleogeographic, paleontological and paleoanthropological scientific research carried out by scientists on the territory of Karabakh proved that the ancestors of the Azerbaijani people lived on these lands starting from the Guruchay culture period and created a rich legacy and spiritual culture. However, for 30 years, factories and workshops for the production of fake Armenian antiquity operated in all the occupied territories of Karabakh

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International community welcomes Karabakh cease-fire deal

The international community welcomed a deal recently signed between Azerbaijan and Armenia to end the ongoing conflict over the Armenian-occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region, Daily Sabah writes in the article International community welcomes Karabakh cease-fire deal

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Japanese ceramics at Museum of Oriental Art

An exhibition ”Earth Metamorphoses: Japanese Unglazed Yakishime Pottery" opened at The State Museum of Oriental Art in Moscow. The exhibition features tea wares, food vessels and objets d’art

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Internally displaced Azerbaijanis hope to return to Karabakh

Yesterday, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan signed a joint statement on the complete cessation of hostilities in Karabakh. Now those who lost their homeland in the course of the Karabakh conflict hope to return

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'Mediation of Turkey, Russia best option on U.Karabakh'

The mediation of Turkey and Russia is the best option to stop the Armenia-Azerbaijan Upper Karabakh conflict, and launch negotiations again, according to an Azerbaijani diplomat. "I think that mediation of Turkey and Russia is the best …

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500 000 Azerbaijanis may return to liberated lands of Karabakh

Recapture of four Armenian-held districts will allow mass return of ethnically-cleansed Azeris, top Azerbaijani official tells Telegraph. Hikmet Hajiyev, the chief foreign policy aide to Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliev, told the Daily Telegraph that Azeri forces had now retaken four key territories during the five-week long war.

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Common misfortune united Greece and Turkey

Rescue teams in the Turkish port city of Izmir are continuing to search for survivors of Friday's powerful earthquake, as officials say the death toll has increased to at least 64

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Pashinyan is ready to sacrifice Armenia for himself

The next round of military escalation in Nagorno-Karabakh has been going on for over a month. Yerevan refuses to negotiate with Baku mediated by Russia. War to the last soldier - under this slogan, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan …

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Karabakh's exiled yearn for return

Gassan Akhmedov has one last wish - to return to the land of his birth, a land he says has been occupied for more than 25 years. That dream came a step closer, the 80-year-old resident of Baku says, when Azeri troops captured the region of Jabrayil as part of their southern march on the enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, Reuters writes in the article Homesick and bellicose, Karabakh's exiled Azeris yearn for return

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Jews pray for peace in Nagorno-Karabakh

"On October 18th, I found myself in Azerbaijan’s Ganja, a day after the fourth missile attack had struck civilian targets in the city. I witnessed the tragic scenes of destruction and death in a residential district, meeting Jewish families and hearing their accounts first-hand," Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi of Azerbaijan Shneor Segal writes in the article Daring to hope in Nagorno-Karabakh for Jewish News

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