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Karabakh serviceman dies in Azeri ceasefire violation

Karabakh serviceman dies in Azeri ceasefire violation

March 3
Over 200 instances of ceasefire violation by Azerbaijani troops were reported at the line of contact with the Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh) armed forces on the night of March 3. Azerbaijan fired 3000 shots from various caliber weapons, including type RPG-7 grenade launchers and 66-mm mortars towards the Artsakh positions, the NKR defense army reports. Karabakh defense army serviceman Arsen Karapetyan, 20, was lethally injured in the Azeri violation. The Karabakh frontline units took steps to suppress the rival activity, continuing to control the situation at the line of contact.
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