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Armenian forces hit factory in Azerbaijan’s Terter

Terter city center was calm on Sunday. Civilians went to their homes from safety zones, took valuable and necessary belongings and got back to safety zones. Armenia has attacked a cotton factory in Terter region of Azerbaijan violating the latest cease-fire again. Fire broke

UN-hosted Libya talks begin in Geneva

The UN said that the launch of this round of talks was marked by “in-person meetings” between the delegations of the two conflicting parties in Libya. The military track of the intra-Libyan negotiations resumed on Monday with a 5+5 Libyan Joint Military Commission (JMC)

Azerbaijan urges int’l community to condemn Armenia

Earlier Saturday, at least 13 civilians were killed, including four women and three minors, and nearly 50 others injured, when Armenian missiles struck Ganja. A top Azerbaijani official on Saturday urged the international community to condemn Armenia’s attacks on civilian settlements in Azerbaijan. “THE

Merkel urges citizens to reduce contacts

German leaders have been unable to agree on tougher measures to contain a second wave. Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Germans to curb social contacts and keep travel to a minimum on Saturday after federal and state governments struggled to agree on how to contain

Azerbaijani army liberates villages from Armenian occupation

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev announced that the villages of Arish, Doshulu, Edishe, Dudukchi, Edilli, Chiraguz liberated. The Azerbaijani army has liberated six more villages in three regions from Armenia’s occupation, Azerbaijan’s president announced Thursday. “KARABAKH IS AZERBAIJAN!” “Azerbaijan’s glorious Army has liberated Arish village

Greece’s Golden Dawn leadership sentenced 13-year imprisonment

Last week the Athens Court of Appeals found the leadership of the far-right Golden Dawn party guilty on charges of forming a criminal organisation. A court in Greece’s capital sentenced the leadership of a neo-Nazi political group to 13 years imprisonment. Nikos Michaloliakos, the

UK budget deficit to be 3 times higher than pre-pandemic in 4 years

The country’s national debt recently passed £2 trillion, which is over 100% of national income. The UK unemployment rate rose to 4.5% between June and August, up from 4.1% in the previous quarter, the Office for National Statistics reported on Tuesday. The ONS reported

Azerbaijani official calls int’l community to condemn Armenia

Calling on the global community to condemn and evaluate the missile attack, Hikmet Hajiyev said all information will be sent to international organisations. A top Azerbaijani official on Sunday called on the international community and the OSCE Minsk Group, which carries out the Nagorno-Karabakh

Formula 1 to start in Germany on Sunday

This year’s Formula 1 World Championship is led by Mercedes British star Lewis Hamilton. Germany is set to host the 2020 Eifel Grand Prix in the Formula 1 on Sunday. HAMILTON WON 6 RACES IN THE 2020 SEASON The drivers will compete against each