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Remains of Armenian soldiers ‘killed in December clashes’ reportedly handed over

The soldiers were reportedly killed in clashes near Hadrut in late December.

Remains of Armenian soldiers ‘killed in December clashes’ reportedly handed over

The soldiers were reportedly killed in clashes near Hadrut in late December.

Armenia and Azerbaijan mark new year in mourning 

Celebrations took on a sombre mood as families mourned friends and relatives killed in the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War.

Armenia and Azerbaijan mark new year in mourning 

Celebrations took on a sombre mood as families mourned friends and relatives killed in the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War.

Biggest uncertainties in the Caucasus for 2021

After a terrible year for the Caucasus, OC Media takes a moment to look at an uncertain future.

Biggest uncertainties in the Caucasus for 2021

After a terrible year for the Caucasus, OC Media takes a moment to look at an uncertain future.

Tension in southern Armenia amidst border demarcation 

Armenia and Azerbaijan are demarcating a new section of the border after the latter’s military gains in the war.

Tension in southern Armenia amidst border demarcation 

Armenia and Azerbaijan are demarcating a new section of the border after the latter’s military gains in the war.

Over 70 Armenian soldiers missing after fresh clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh

Armenian authorities report that 73 soldiers went missing following skirmishes in the Hadrut region of Nagorno-Karabakh. 

Over 70 Armenian soldiers missing after fresh clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh

Armenian authorities report that 73 soldiers went missing following skirmishes in the Hadrut region of Nagorno-Karabakh. 

War from behind the lens: conflict reporting as an Azerbaijani IDP 

Shells, war crimes, and a belated homecoming, for Ahmad Mukhtar, reporting on the second Nagorno-Karabakh war was a deeply personal affair. 

War from behind the lens: conflict reporting as an Azerbaijani IDP 

By Hamida Giyasbayli

Shells, war crimes, and a belated homecoming, for Ahmad Mukhtar, reporting on the second Nagorno-Karabakh war was a deeply personal affair. 

Azerbaijan charges four soldiers over war crimes

Other videos appearing to show war crimes committed by Azerbaijani soldiers remain under investigation.

Azerbaijan charges four soldiers over war crimes

Other videos appearing to show war crimes committed by Azerbaijani soldiers remain under investigation.

Russian peacekeepers extend control following skirmish near Hadrut

Russian peacekeeping forces extended their area of control in Nagorno-Karabakh to incorporate several Armenian-controlled settlements.

Russian peacekeepers extend control following skirmish near Hadrut

Russian peacekeeping forces extended their area of control in Nagorno-Karabakh to incorporate several Armenian-controlled settlements.

Opinion | Now, more than ever, Armenia must secure the rights of people with disabilities

With scores left with disabilities following the war, the Armenian authorities must push forwards with plans to create an inclusive society.

Opinion | Now, more than ever, Armenia must secure the rights of people with disabilities

By Anahit Chilingaryan

With scores left with disabilities following the war, the Armenian authorities must push forwards with plans to create an inclusive society.

Azerbaijan holds victory parade in Baku

Aliyev said that areas of Armenia including Syunik, Lake Sevan, and Yerevan were Azerbaijan’s ‘historical lands’ during the parade.

Azerbaijan holds victory parade in Baku

Aliyev said that areas of Armenia including Syunik, Lake Sevan, and Yerevan were Azerbaijan’s ‘historical lands’ during the parade.

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