Many Azerbaijanis had started to lose hope that they would ever return back to their homes, now the renewed conflict with Armenia could be about to change that.
Azerbaijan’s Defence Ministry says despite Armenia's violations, Baku's army units are fully complying with the new ceasefire that was earlier announced by the US.
The ceasefire is due to take effect at 8 a.m. local time (0400 GMT) on October 26, the US State Department and the governments of Azerbaijan and Armenia said in a joint statement hours after a new fighting erupted between the two countries forces.
Azerbaijan's army makes significant strides in its quest to liberate its land from occupying Armenian forces.
US Secretary of State Pompeo aims to press on with mediation efforts to end the conflict in the region.
The NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg says the organisation will remain neutral in clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Meanwhile, Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev says the country's army had liberated 21 more villages in Fuzuli, Jabrayil and Zangilan provinces from Armenian occupation.
Overnight combat operations by Azerbaijan in Aghdara, Fuzuli-Jabrayil and Gubadli continue as Azerbaijani and Armenian foreign ministers hold talks in Moscow.
The ceasefire in the occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region is under severe strain following Armenia's repetitive violations.
“Available data suggest that we might have news of discovery at Turkali-1, at least as significant and plentiful as in the Tuna-1 well,” the Turkish president said.
A group of German AfD MPs visited Yerevan to show support to Armenia amid Azerbaijan’s de-occupation campaign to liberate Nagorno-Karabakh.
Yes, but it will require accepting that the Minsk Group has failed and a new structure is crucial to mediate between the sides.
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