Armenia, Azerbaijan say fighting surges along Karabachos frontline

Arch foes Armenia and Azerbaijan said Saturday fierce clashes had erupted along the front line of Nagorny Karabakh, with Russia urging an immediate ceasefire to end the latest surge of violence over the disputed region.

Armenia’s defense ministry said that “Azerbaijan on Friday night launched a massive attack along the Karabakh frontline using tanks, artillery, and helicopters.” Armenian-backed separatist forces meanwhile claimed to have shot down two Azeri helicopters.

“As a result of the Karabakh army’s counterstrike, Azeri forces were repelled and sustained serious losses in manpower,” a defense ministry statement said. “Heavy fighting is underway.”

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Nagorno-Karabakh | Colonel Cassad

The troops of Karabakh repulsed in most areas where the attacks of the Azerbaijani army, while the Azerbaijanis managed to keep some of the height that they took advantage of suddenness of attack. Now there are ongoing battles with use of armored machinery and artillery. At the moment in Armenia, Karabakh and Azerbaijan full mobilization has not been announced – the full-scale mobilisation activities will mean that a full-scale war is inevitable.

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Dugin’s Guideline – The Day of Iran

It’s an amazing phenomenon – a modern revolutionary Iran, inflexible and solid in the main. It has been several decades since the reign of Ayatollah Khomeini, and the free and independent Iran is not falling, despite pressure, sanctions, threats, the blockade and hatred of the USA and their supporters, both in Europe and in the Islamic world.

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