Nagorno-karabakh conflict

Report on Armenian war crimes circulated at United Nations

The Report on “War crimes in the occupied territories of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Armenia’s responsibility” prepared by the eminent international lawyer Malcolm Shaw and Naomi Hart was circulated as the document of the UN General Assembly and of the Security Council, Azerbaijan Foreign Ministry reported.
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ICRC reps once again visit Azerbaijani hostages

Representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in February once again visited Dilgam Asgarov and Shahbaz Guliyev, Azerbaijani hostages captured by Armenian armed forces on occupied Azerbaijani territories, Head of the Public Relations Department of ICRC Azerbaijan Office Ilaha Huseynova said, Trend reports February 28.
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Russian newspaper: No arguments can justify Khojaly massacre

No arguments and references to wartime can justify the mass killings of civilians during the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, reads an article in Russia’s Novye Izvestia online newspaper, published under the “Atrocities of the Century: February 26 marks the next anniversary of the Khojaly Massacre” title, Trend reports Feb. 26.
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Azerbaijan reveals number of its soldiers martyred, wounded due to Armenia's ceasefire violations

The number of Azerbaijani servicemen wounded and martyred as a result of ceasefire violation by Armenia since its announcement day has been revealed, Head of the Special Investigation Department of the Military Prosecutor’s Office Emil Tagiyev said at a joint press conference of Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry and the Prosecutor General’s Office in connection with the 28th anniversary of the Khojaly tragedy, Trend reports Feb. 26.
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