Armenia urges Azerbaijan to abandon its blame shifting policy
Armenia consistently supports the unconditional implementation of the agreements on ceasefire.
New South Wales parliament recognizes Karabakh's independence
Tanya Davies MP spoke in favour of the motion, delivering a powerful rebuke to the one speaker against the motion.
Two U.S. foreign agents terminate contracts with Azerbaijan
The DLA Piper contract related directly to Azerbaijan’s transport of oil and its efforts to bypass U.S. sanctions on Iran.
Armenia reports record daily Covid-19 cases of 2306
A total of 4340 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control said.
Turkey says will send troops to help Azerbaijan if requested
Kommersant revealed that 600 Turkish servicemen remained in Azerbaijan after military drills this summer.
Armenia denies Azeri accusation of targeting Gabala, Kurdamir
No missile has been fired from the territory of Armenian in the direction of Azerbaijan.
Armenia was, remains ready for Karabakh peaceful settlement: spokesperson
PM Nikol Pashinyan had said earlier that the Karabakh conflict has no diplomatic solution at this stage.
Karabakh army thwart, stops attacks in every sector of the front
Fierce battles continued in the southern direction as well, specifically the sector at the far south.
Pompeo urges third parties against "providing fuel" for Karabakh conflict
Mike Pompeo has urged countries to refrain from "providing fuel" for the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh.
Armenia PM. Regional actors should take terrorists’ issue more seriously
The Prime Minister said it has been proved that Syrian terrorist mercenaries are being transferred to the region.
Armenia imposes embargo on Turkish products
The ban suspends the financial flow to the Turkish treasury, which Ankara then uses to support Azerbaijan.
Ceasefire verification mechanism is key, Armenia tells Russia
Zohrab Mnatsakanyan has stressed the establishment of stable ceasefire verification mechanisms as a priority.
"Jihad jihad jihad" – Azeris demonstrating in Washington, DC
A group of Azeris rallied in Washington, DC, playing loud music clearly calling for "jihad".
Truce "would prove thousands of Azeri deaths, involvement of mercenaries
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said Azerbaijan is throwing its last reservists into the battle.
Lavrov discusses "urgent issues" with Armenian, Azeri Foreign Ministers
The sides discussed urgent issues related to the implementation of the previously reached ceasefire agreements.
Armenia feels Russia's support, says Pashinyan
Pashinyan said Armenia feels Russia's support as a strategic ally of both the country and the Armenian people.
Karabakh Army reports 62 more deaths
Since September 27, when Azerbaijan started a war against Karabakh, 834 Armenian soldiers have been killed.
Pashinyan: Diplomatic solution in Karabakh not possible at this stage
He said all the hopes and proposals that a diplomatic solution should be found can be considered "over".
How Azerbaijanis abused Armenians in 1920
From an American Colonel's report
The large-scale war unleashed by Azerbaijan against Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) on September 27 is an unprecedented aggression against Armenians, but the international press and foreign military officials sounded the alarm about the Azerbaijanis' determination to exterminate Armenians decades and centuries ago.
Armenia, Karabakh ex-Presidents meet amid nenewed hostilities
Former leaders of Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh have met to discuss the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
Armenia: No Pashinyan-Aliyev meeting is scheduled
Moscow welcomes the "wish" of the leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan to meet in Moscow, said Andrey Rudenko.
Canadian Armenians urge Trudeau to recognize Karabakh
The organizations reminded that the war unleashed by Azerbaijan is now in its fourth week with no end in sight.
Spokesperson: No Armenia-Azerbaijan ministerial meeting on the agenda
Zohrab Mnatsakanyan is set to discuss the Karabakh conflict with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
First teen dies due to Covid-19 in Armenia
The girl was in a vegetative state (could not speak, could not walk, could not sit, could not communicate).
Armenia ex-President: Karabakh conflict has never been frozen
Serzh Sargsyan said the war is "madness" and civilians are paying for Ilham Aliyev’s "insane dream".
Coronavirus: Armenia reports record daily rise in new infections, deaths
A total of 4340 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control said.
Karabakh reports local battles in the north and the south
The Karabakh troops shot down an Azeri plane in the morning and now continue controlling the situation.
Armenia President in Brussels to meet NATO, EU chiefs
Sarkissian will present information about Azerbaijani-Turkish terrorist aggression against Artsakh.
Armenian Foreign Minister travels to Moscow
Mnatsakanyan last traveled to Moscow from October 11-13, to meet his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov.
Karabakh's Martakert targeted by Azerbaijan at dawn
The town of Martakert and neighbouring villages were again targeted by the Azerbaijan army at dawn.
Karabakh Army downs Azerbaijani plane in the south of the front
The situation remains relatively stable but tense, an Armenian Defense Ministry spokesperson said.
Karabakh army displays remains one more Bayraktar drone
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said the Karabakh troops have down a dozen of the Turkish drones.
Armenia denies Azeri claims of striking Goranboy, Tartar
The Armenian side has not launched rocket strikes towards the regions of Goranboy and Tartar.
French Senator to table a bill for the recognition of Karabakh
French Senator Valérie Boyer said she will submit a text to the Senate this week to recognize Nagorno-Karabakh.
Armenia awarding National Hero title to two prominent military men
Two prominent military men will be awarded the title of the National Hero of Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan said.
City of Ryde calls on Australia to recognize Karabakh
The City of Ryde Council has unanimously passed a motion condemning Azerbaijan and Turkey.
Armenia PM meets former Karabakh presidents in Yerevan
After Azerbaijan unleashed the war, Pashinyan also held meetings with extra-parliamentary political forces.
Another drone from Karabakh conflict zone crashes in Iran
On October 15, 10 rockets hit villages in the Iranian border county of Khoda Afarin, injuring one person.
Toddler badly injured in Azerbaijan's bombing discharged from hospital
The two-year-old child has undergone a surgery on his head, and had sustained injuries to the limbs as well.
Armenia calls for suspending drone tech exports to Turkey
Pashinyan said the Karabakh troops have downed at least 10 Bayrakdar drones since the beginning of hostilities․
Karabakh President updates Armenian lawmakers on latest battles
Artsakh President Arayik Harutyunyan hosted lawmakers from Armenia's ruling My Step bloc on October 20.
Armenia: Early to seek CSTO action after Azerbaijan's border shooting
Deputy Foreign Minister Shavarsh Kocharyan has said that in order for Armenia to apply to the CSTO.
Karabakh Army reports 43 more deaths raising the toll to 772
Since September 27, when Azerbaijan started a war against Karabakh, 772 Armenian soldiers have been killed.
27 mercenaries deployed in Azerbaijan killed in the past 48 hours – Monitor
The death toll from Syrian militant factions has now reached 161, the London-based Observatory said.
Senator: Armenia must officially ask Russia for anti-terrorism operation
Konstantin Kosachev noted that the danger and risks of such an operation must also be assessed.
Noam Chomsky, Cornel West urge Karabakh self-determination
The group are calling for an insistence on the preservation of a ceasefire and protection for the Armenian minority.
Levon Aronian says ready to join Armenian army to fight Azeri aggression
Levon Aronian said he already has friends who have been casualties of the fighting that started last month.
Turkey withdraws from base in Syria's northwest
Morek and several other Turkish posts were surrounded last year by advancing Syrian government forces.
Covid-19: Armenia infections grew by 1234 in the past day
A total of 2893 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control said.
Spokesman: Karabakh army waging heavy battles near Ishkhanadzor
According to Vahram Poghosyan, the Azerbaijani forces have not been able to advance in the north of the frontline.