Nagorno-Karabakh contract servicaman wounded by Azerbaijani bullet
A contract serviceman of Nagorno-Karabakh’s Defense Army was wounded in a military post in a series of intensive shootings released by Azerbaijan’s armed forces after midnight. According to Nagorno-Karabakh’s Ministry of Defense, adversary committed a total of 18 ceasefire violations overnight, releasing 200 gunshots from sniper weapons. The injured serviceman, Mher V Ziloyan, 25, was immediately hospi...
Yerevan hostage stand-off: National Security Service continues surveillance
Armenia’s National Security Service (NSS) is undertaking special operations to resolve the stand-off at the patrol police regiment which was seized by an armed opposition group on Sunday. Five policemen have been so far released in what the law enforcement bodies call an anti-terrorist operation. One police officer was killed and two others were injured after the group calling itself “Daredevils of Sassoun&r...
US condemns violence to effect political change in Armenia – Department of State
A deputy spokesperson for the US Department of State has voiced the administration’s disapproval of the Sunday deadly attack on a police station in Yerevan and the continuing hostage standoff that followed the incident. “We obviously condemn strongly the use of violence to effect political change in Armenia or anywhere. We encourage Armenian authorities to handle the situation with appropriate restraint,&rdqu...
Azerbaijan violates the ceasefire 22 times
Azerbaijan violated the ceasefire 23 times at Karabakh-Azerbaijan armed forces Line of Contact on the night of July 19. 380 shots were fired using weapons of different calibre including 45 shots from sniper weapons.
Yerevan hostage stand-off enters into third day
The armed opposition group which seized the patrol police regiment headquarters in Yerevan on Sunday continues keeping the building under control, holding four high-ranking police officers hostage under the threat of violence. The group demands the release of Zhirayr Sefilyan, a civic activist who was detained in June over illegal possession and transportation weapons. In a statement on Monday, the National Security Ser...
Nagorno-Karabakh reports more Azerbaijani ceasefire violations
Azerbaijan’s armed troops committed 20 ceasefire violations along the Nagorno-Karabakh Line of Contact overnight, releasing fire 240 times against the Armenian defense guards. In a press release, Nagorno-Karabakh’s Ministry of Defense says that the frontline military units of its Defense Army refrained from retaliatory action, continuing their military vigil to ensure a reliable defense.
Azerbaijan violates the ceasefire 26 times
Azerbaijan violated the ceasefire 23 times at Karabakh-Azerbaijan armed forces Line of Contact on the night of July 17. 450 shots were fired using weapons of different calibre.
Armed confrontation in Armenia’s capital immediate threat to society – National ...
Due to long talks and special measures taken last night, law-enforcers freed one of the policemen and an ambulance driver, who had earlier been taken by a group of armed people that attacked a police station in Yerevan, reads a release by Armenia’s National Security Service. However, the armed people refuse to free the other hostages, including high-ranking police officers and surrender themselves to the authoritie...
Armenian woman reported killed in Nice terror attack
The Thursday night terrorist attack in Nice has reportedly claimed the life of a woman with Armenian descent. Her death was reported by a Facebook user, Ham Jan, in a comment on Tert.am’s Facebook page. The user said their family, which was in Nice, narrowly escaped a tragedy, adding that they know of an Armenian woman’s demise. About 80 people were killed and over 120 injured after a truck plowed through th...
Nagorno-Karabakh reports 27 ceasefire violations
Azerbaijan’s armed forces violated the ceasefire along the Nagorno-Karabakh Line of Contact 27 times overnight, releasing fire from sniper guns, and weapons of different calibers. The adversary targeted the Armenian defense positions 1,400 times, Nagorno-Karabakh’s Ministry of Defense says in a press release. Also, at 10:45pm Yerevan time on Thursday, Armenian defense guards maintaining a military vigil at f...
Situation remained relatively peaceful
The situation at the NK-Azerbaijan Line of Contact remained relatively peaceful on the night of July 13. Azerbaijan violated the ceasefire using fire weapons of different caliber, firing over 200 shoots in the direction of Armenian border.
Russian military base training main phase begins in Armenia
Units of the 102nd Russian military base started the main phase of tactical exercises and went on to defense in high altitude conditions at Alagyaz polygon. Motorized rifle, tank, artillery and special forces interact in repelling attacks of conditional rival, Russian base press service informs. Army Aviation Pilots will work the conditional training missile launches and dump bombs on ground targets of conditional rival...
Azerbaijan performs training flights near the Line of Contact
Azerbaijani Armed Forces have been performing training flights near the Line of Contact with Artsakh since early morning. “The rival performs training flights using helicopters and airplanes in the southeastern direction of Line of Contact starting at 08:26, July 13. As for 11:00, 12 airplanes and 41 helicopters were involved in the training flights”, NKR Defense Army statement reads. Defense Army air defens...
26 violations of ceasefire: Azerbaijan uses mortars
Azerbaijani side violated the ceasefire 26 times at the Line of Contact on the night of July 12. Artsakh Defense Army informs that 250 shots were fired in the direction of Artsakh border using firearms of different caliber. Azerbaijani Armed Forces also used 60mm mortars (2 shells) in the north- east direction (Martakert). Vanguard subdivisions of Defense Army observed the ceasefire.
Earthquake hits Georgia-Armenia border
The Ministry of Emergency Situations confirms reports on an earthquake on the Georgia-Armenia border. The jolts, measuring 4.7 magnitudes, were registered at 2:14pm Yerevan time. The epicenter is reported to be on the territory of Georgia. The earthquake was felt also in Armenia, including capital Yerevan.
Azerbaijan continues ceasefire violations
The Azerbaijani troops committed 14 ceasefire violations on the Line of Contact last night. The Azerbaijani troops fired over 100 shots at the Armenian positions, using submachine guns, machine guns and sniper’s rifles. The Defense Army of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR) remains in control of the situation.
Azerbaijan shoots sporadic fire along Karabakh frontline
The situation was relatively calm in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone overnight despite occasional ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan’s armed forces. In a press release, Nagorno-Karabakh’s Ministry of Defense says that the adversary released sporadic fire along the Line of Contact, using firearms of different calibers to shoot the Armenian defense guards. The advance troops of the Defense Army refrained fr...
Azerbaijan does not conceal desire to take over Nagorno-Karabakh – presidential ...
Mr David Babayan, Spokesman for the President of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR), commented on Azerbaijani border infiltration attempt in the eastern direction of the Line of Contact (Akna). Azerbaijan continues its counterproductive approaches, which is its style. “Nothing extraordinary. The situation has been relatively calm on the border during the past few months, but Azerbaijan continues its aggressive an...
Armenian President to leave for Warsaw
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan will leave for Warsaw on a working visit today. In Warsaw, Armenian President will take part in the meeting of the leaders of NATO and partner countries participating in peacekeeping operation in Afghanistan that will be held within the framework of NATO Summit. “Serzh Sargsyan will also hold bilateral meetings”, presidential press service statement reads.
Nagorno-Karabakh reports relative calm on frontline
The ceasefire along the Nagorno-Karabakh Line of Contact was mainly respected overnight with the exception of occasional gunshots by the Azerbaijani side. According to a press release by the Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Ministry, the shootings, released mainly from firearms, did not affect the general peace along the frontline. The advance military subdivisions of the Defense Army are on high alert, confidently continuing t...
OSCE MG hopes to hold meeting of Azerbaijani, Armenian presidents in near future
The US, Russia and France as the co-chair countries of the OSCE Minsk Group (MG) are committed to the convening another meeting between the Azerbaijani and Armenian presidents on the Nagorno-Karabakh issue as soon as possible, OSCE MG US co-chair James Warlick told Trend July 6. According to Warlick, there is no date fixed for the next presidential meeting.
Today marks 21st anniversary of Armenia’s Constitution
July the 5th is annually celebrated as the Day of Constitution in Armenia. The independent republic adopted its basic law in the wake of a universal referendum in 1995. This anniversary, however, is different from all the previous ones, as the country has now made a transition to the parliamentary form of government. After the 2015 constitutional referendum, Armenia practically adopted a new model of forming parliament, ...
Soldier’s body found in Armenia’s Tavush
A soldier’s body was found at one of the posts in one of the military units in the Tavush region on Sunday. Armenia’s Investigation Service will report further details, Artsrun Hovhannisyan, Spokesman for Armenia’s Ministry of Defense, told Tert.am. The dead soldier is Arsen Mkhitaryan, a resident of Armavir, Shamshyan.com.
Situation at Line of Contact remains relatively peaceful
Relative peace was maintained at the NK-Azerbaijan Line of Contact on the night of July 1. The rival fired several non-target shots using fire weapons. Vanguard units of NKR Defense Army refrained from return fire.
Situation at Line of Contact remains relatively peaceful
Relative peace was maintained at the NK-Azerbaijan Line of Contact on the night of June 30. NKR Defense Army informs that the Azerbaijani side violated the ceasefire, using fire weapons in general.
The rival fired irregular shots
The situation along the NK-Azerbaijan Line of Contact remained relatively calm on the night of June 29. NKR Defense Army mentioned that the rival violated the ceasefire, fired several irregular shots using artillery weapons.
Azerbaijan shoots Karabakh defense posts from machine guns
Azerbaijan continued violating the truce along the Line of Contact overnight, releasing fire from heavy launchers. Nagorno-Karabakh’s Ministry of Defense reports that the adversary shoot the Armenian defense posts mainly from the DShK machine guns. The advance troops of the Defense Army are maintain full control of the situation, ensuring a reliable defense along the frontline.
Relative calm of Line of Contact
The situation remained relatively calm on the Line of Contact last night. The Azerbaijani side mostly committed ceasefire violations, using small arms. The advance forces of the Nagorno-Karabakh refrained from retaliating and remain in control of the situation.
Nagorno-Karabakh reports relative peace on frontline
The situation remained relatively calm along the Nagorno-Karabakh Line of Contact on the night of Friday despite occasional ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan. The adversary violated the ceasefire from different firearms, releasing gunshots from the GP-25 under-barrel grenade launcher (1 mine) in the northern direction of the frontline. Nagorno-Karabakh’s Ministry of Defense reports that the frontline military uni...
Azerbaijan shoots Karabakh defense posts from grenade launchers
Despite the relative calm along the Nagorno-Karabakh Line of Contact, occasional ceasefire violations by Azerbaijani armed forces continued on the night of June 23. In a press release, Nagorno-Karabakh’s Ministry of Defense reports that the adversary released gunshots from different firearms, using an RPG-7 grenade launcher in the eastern direction. The frontline military units of the Defense Amy maintain full con...
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