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#Prisoners of war

Armenia moves to arrest several ex-POWs 

Five of the soldiers who were captured by Azerbaijan on 16 November have been charged with ‘violating the rules of duty’.

Armenia moves to arrest several ex-POWs 

Five of the soldiers who were captured by Azerbaijan on 16 November have been charged with ‘violating the rules of duty’.

Parents rally after Armenian parliamentary speaker says POWs ‘no longer exist’ for him

The parents of POWs have held an ongoing rally in front of the government building since the comments were made public.

Parents rally after Armenian parliamentary speaker says POWs ‘no longer exist’ for him

The parents of POWs have held an ongoing rally in front of the government building since the comments were made public.

Armenia and Azerbaijan exchange prisoners

Two Armenian soldiers captured near the southern border were exchanged for an Azerbaijani soldier who entered a house in Martakert.

Armenia and Azerbaijan exchange prisoners

Two Armenian soldiers captured near the southern border were exchanged for an Azerbaijani soldier who entered a house in Martakert.

15 Armenian captives freed in deal negotiated with help of US, Georgia, and OSCE

Fifteen Armenian captives were returned to Armenia in an apparent exchange for a map of around 100,000 landmines.

15 Armenian captives freed in deal negotiated with help of US, Georgia, and OSCE

Fifteen Armenian captives were returned to Armenia in an apparent exchange for a map of around 100,000 landmines.

Frustration in Armenia as POWs remain in captivity

Delays in the exchange of prisoners of war (POWs) and a large number of soldiers missing in action have led to increasing frustration in Armenia.

Frustration in Armenia as POWs remain in captivity

Delays in the exchange of prisoners of war (POWs) and a large number of soldiers missing in action have led to increasing frustration in Armenia.

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