Around 20 gunmen have surrendered, and been arrested, following a near fortnight-long siege of a police station, in the Armenian capital, Yerevan. Advertisements
An Azeri soldier has reportedly been killed, following shooting near Nagorno-Karabakh, violating a ceasefire agreement, according to Azerbaijan’s defence ministry.
At least two soldiers have been killed in Nagorno-Karabakh, by gunfire reportedly from Azerbaijan, following the outbreak of violence earlier in the month.
Azerbaijan has announced a ‘unilateral ceasefire’ in fighting with Armenia, in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh, after violent clashes broke out earlier this week.
Fighting has broken out, between Azeris and Armenians, in Nagorno-Karabakh, reportedly killing dozens and prompting international calls for an immediate ceasefire.a
Azerbaijan has claimed two of its servicemen have been killed, following border clashes with the Armenian army.
At least five people, one Azeri soldier and four troops from Nagorno-Karabakh, have been killed, following border clashes in the region.
At least three civilians have been killed, and two wounded, following an attack on several border villages, reportedly by Azeri troops, according to a statement released by Armenia.
At least five soldiers have been killed, and a further eight wounded, following clashes between Azeri troops, and those of the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region, according to Azerbaijan’s Defence Ministry.
Armenian officials have said that at least one soldier has been killed in clashes with Azeri troops on the country’s restive border with neighbouring Azerbaijan.