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Moscow has chances to succeed in Karabakh settlement

Clashes between Azerbaijani and Armenian troops have entered a fifth week as both countries battled to control Nagorno-Karabakh, a breakaway region in the South Caucasus. Nagorno-Karabakh is recognised internationally as part of Azerbaijan but is de facto administered by ethnic Armenians, South China Morning Post writes in the article Why Russia’s hands are tied in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Turkish urges South Africa to support Nagorno-Karabakh peace

A Turkish diplomat has asked South Africa to support Turkey's efforts in promoting a peaceful resolution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict through mediation, Daily Sabah writes in the article Turkish envoy urges South Africa to support Nagorno-Karabakh peace

US and Russia close to agreement on Nuclear Weapons Treaty

At the end of a term that has seen the United States withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, the Iran nuclear deal, and the World Health Organization, the Trump administration is about to finalize a deal that would extend an Obama-era treaty on nuclear weapons

China’s Oil Imports Are Falling

China, which has been on an oil-buying binge since the start of the pandemic, is now retreating as storage space fills up and demand for fuels in the regions it exports them to remains weak. As Oil Price …

Ruben Apresyan "From figurative to abstraction"

In Moscow, in the State Museum of the East, a personal exhibition of the Moscow artist Ruben Apresyan "From figurative to abstraction" has opened. The exposition features about 40 paintings and graphics. Ruben Apresyan's …

Displaced Azerbaijani children haunted by Armenian shelling

"Children and war - there is no more terrible rapprochement of opposite things in the world," Alexander Tvardovsky once wrote. This fall, the war broke into the homes of people living in the front-line Azerbaijani villages, bringing suffering and tears