Karabakh civilian injured in Azerbaijan's shooting

Karabakh civilian injured in Azerbaijan's shooting

PanARMENIAN.Net - A Nagorno-Karabakh civilian was injured in Azerbaijan's shooting from across the contact line on Thursday, March 10, the Karabakh police said.

The man identified as Suren Baghdasaryan (b. 1971) sustained a back injury when doing agricultural work after a shell exploded in his backyard.

According to a police statement, the civilian's life is not in danger, he has already been hospitalized.

The Defense Army said earlier that the Azerbaijani military used mortars to fire on civilian settlements in Nagorno-Karabakh throughout the night. In total 23 shells were fired towards the villages of Khnushinak and Khramort since March 9, when ceasefire violations began to intensify.

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