Karabakh: Azerbaijan uses spy drones as ceasefire holds in conflict zone

Azerbaijani armed forces used unmanned aerial vehicles for spying purposes in the southern, eastern and northern directions of the line of contact with Nagorno-Karabakh overnight as the tentative April 5 ceasefire agreed in the conflict zone after four days of deadly fighting mostly held on April 11 and early April 12.

Courage and Valor: Armenian president heaps praise on soldiers in Karabakh

Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan has commended Nagorno-Karabakh’s ethnic Armenian army as he awarded medals to several dozen of its soldiers who demonstrated courage and valor in fighting against Azeri troops during the April 2-5 clashes.

Nver’s Feat: Karabakh family remember son, brother, who died defending the land

Shushanik Simonyan, a 47-year-old resident of Nagorno-Karabakh’s southeastern district of Hadrut, has worn a black dress since early April. The woman is still in mourning for her son who fell heroically fending off an Azeri attack in what is now known as a four-day war.

Response to Babayan: Armenian officials downplay criticism from Karabakh’s ex-commander

Ruling party representatives in Armenia take the criticism of the former military commander of Nagorno Karabakh regarding the April fighting with Azerbaijan in its stride, saying, at the same time, that criticizing is the “easiest thing to do”.

NKR MFA: Negotiations should be restored in trilateral format

Official Stepanakert has welcomed the Vienna meeting of the presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan focused on the Nagorno Karabakh issue, but believes a “trilateral format” of negotiations must be restored.

Karabakh War Lessons: Armenians fume over Russian arms sales to Azerbaijan

The recent hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh unleashed by Azerbaijan have become another reason for Armenians to raise the issue of strategic ally Russia’s arms supplies to their regional archrival.

On Wednesday night, hundreds of Amenians, mostly young people, held a protest march and rally in front of the Russian embassy in Yerevan, condemning Moscow’s weapons deals with Azerbaijan.

Armenia: Verbal ceasefire may not be enough to prevent new hostilities in Karabakh

Despite the current relative calm in the Karabakh conflict zone the situation may escalate into a full-scale war “at any moment”, official Yerevan believes.

If war resumes, Karabakh will repel Azeris and advance, says DM

Nagorno-Karabakh’s Defense Minister Lt. Gen. Levon Mnatsakanyan says the result of the four-day war with Azerbaijan earlier this month “shows that the equipment we have and our combat readiness is okay for stopping any adversaries.”

Deterrent or Provocation?: Lawmakers say NKR recognition won’t stop Azeri aggression

The recognition of Nagorno Karabakh’s independence will not restrain Azerbaijan’s aggression, Republican faction MP Khosrov Harutyunyan, chairman of the Christian Democrat Party, told media Friday.

Talish: Between survival and destruction

The village of Talish, situated at the Armenian-Azerbaijani line of contact, has seen its share of war. Twice. The north-eastern gateway is a kind of human barrier of Karabakh. Villagers say the homeland begins and ends there.