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US News Azerbaijan lost nearly 3,000 soldiers in the Nagorno-Karabakh war

15:30  03 december  2020
15:30  03 december  2020 Source:   parismatch.com

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 Confinement in Val-de-Marne: A second clandestine party in the same Pavilion of Joinville Sixteen people were fined for non-compliance with confinement after a party in a pavilion where a week before a clandestine party of 300 people had summer organized © C. Follain / 20 Minutes Illustration of a police station. COMPANY - Sixteen people were fined for non-compliance with confinement after a party in a pavilion where a week before a clandestine party of 300 people had been organized Rebelote.

Nagorno - Karabakh is recognised internationally as Azerbaijan ’s territory but has a mostly A war between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces ended in a ceasefire in 1994, with Armenia in full control Pashinyan and senior figures in the Nagorno - Karabakh administration said they were forced to sue

image captionArmenian soldiers during combat in Nagorno - Karabakh . Nagorno - Karabakh 's governing authorities said 874 of its military personnel and 37 civilians have lost their lives since 27 Separatist forces captured some extra territory around the enclave in Azerbaijan in the 1990s war .

ARMENIA-AZERBAIDJAN: Azerbaijan lost nearly 3,000 soldiers in the Nagorno-Karabakh war

L'AZERBAÏDJAN A PERDU PRÈS DE 3.000 SOLDATS DANS LA GUERRE AU HAUT-KARABAKH © Reuters / AZIZ KARIMOV AZERBAIJAN A LOST NEARLY 3,000 SOLDIERS IN THE WAR IN UPPER KARABAKH

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Azerbaijan has deplored the loss of 2,783 military personnel during the conflict in recent weeks with Armenian separatist forces in Nagorno-Karabakh, authorities in Nagorno-Karabakh have said. Baku on Thursday, adding that around 100 others are still missing.

This is the first time that the former Soviet republic has made an assessment of its military losses during the clashes between its forces and those of the separatist enclave between September 27 and November 10.

Armenia has not provided a final official report, but an official of the Ministry of Health reported on November 14 that 2,317 separatist fighters were killed.

(Anton Kolodyazhnyy in Moscow and Nvard Hovhannisyan in Yerevan; French version Jean-Stéphane Brosse)

Thousands of Armenians insist on resigning from the government .
The anger over the ceasefire agreement with Azerbaijan continues. The demonstrators feel betrayed and want Prime Minister Pashinyan to leave. A successor is already ready. © Lusi Sargsyan / TASS / dpa / picture alliance Provided by Deutsche Welle More than 15,000 people had gathered in the Armenian capital Yerevan and called for the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan .

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