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3 Azerbaijani soldiers die in Karabakh retaliatory fire

3 Azerbaijani soldiers die in Karabakh retaliatory fire

January 26
Over 800 instances of ceasefire violation by Azerbaijani troops were reported on the line of contact with the Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh) armed forces on the night of Jan 25. Azerbaijan fired over 14,000 shots from various caliber weapons including RPG and AGM-type grenade launchers towards the Artsakh positions. The Karabakh frontline units retaliated to the attack, leaving 3 dead and 2 injured on the Azeri side. No losses on the Karabakh side were reported. Azerbaijani Defence Ministry acknowledged the deaths, posthumously awarding the soldiers with medals.
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