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Outlawed Armenian group gives up

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Observer-Reporter – Aug 31, 1990 MOSCOW (AP) — About 250 militant Armenian nationalists gave up their weapons Thursday after the republic declared a state or emergency and surrounded their headquarters with soldiers, police and tanks. The surrender was a major victory for Armenia’s parliament, which declared independence from the Soviet Union last week. By reining […]

20 Reportedly Killed in Nagorno-Karabakh

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The New York Times Published: February 17, 1992 At least 20 people were killed and dozens wounded this weekend in heavy shelling in the disputed Caucasus enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, an independent news agency, Interfax, said today. Russia’s Foreign Ministry said it had invited the former Soviet republics of Azerbaijan and Armenia to open talks in […]

Plane lands safely after hit by missile

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The Press-Courier – Mar 28, 1992 By Larry Rickman Associated Press Writer MOSCOW (AP) — A passenger plane evacuating wounded women and children from Nagorno-Karabakh was hit by a heat-seeking missile fired from Azerbaijan yesterday, news reports said, but the pilot landed the burning jet safely. The attack on the blue and white Aeroflot jet […]

Russia Demands Withdrawal By Separatists in Azerbaijan

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The New York Times Published: October 26, 1993 Russia demanded today that ethnic Armenian forces from Nagorno-Karabakh halt their advance through Azerbaijani territory. A Russian Foreign Ministry statement said the separatist forces were pushing southwest despite a cease-fire. The advance “could have catastrophic consequences for tens of thousands of refugees on the threshold of winter,” […]

Azerbaijani Leader in Moscow for Talks

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By Deborah Seward Associated Press The Daily Gazette – Sep 6, 1993 MOSCOW – Azerbaijani leader Geydar Aliev arrived Sunday for talks with Russian officials on ending the war with Armenia, whose forces were pressing deeper into Azerbaijan, news agencies reported. Skirmishes were reported between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces near the town of Goradlz, a […]

Turkish Leader in Russia for Talks on Caucasus War

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – Sep 9, 1993 Turkey alarmed by Armenian inroads into Azerbaijan By Deborah Seward The Associated Press MOSCOW – Alarmed by Armenian advances into Azerbaijan, Turkey’s prime minister arrived here yesterday for talks with President Boris Yeltsin on the growing threat of war on NATO’s eastern flank. While on route to Russia, Prime […]

Azerbaijan asks Yeltsin to Intercede

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Gainesville Sun – Sep 7, 1993 The Associated Press MOSCOW – Azerbaijan’s acting president promised Monday to repair ties with Moscow and urged Russia’s leadership to help stop an Armenian advance in his republic. President Boris Yeltsin of Russia did not immediately respond. His answer will be watched carefully as an indication of how aggressive […]

Turkish Troops Ready to Defend Ally From Attack

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Gainesville Sun – Sep 7, 1993 Associated Press Armenian forces pose a threat to an Azerbaijani region on Turkey’s border IGDIR, Turkey — Turkish troops backing their nation’s threat of war kept close watch on Armenian forces along the border Monday. “Our military outposts are more vigilant than before,” said Gov. Erdogan Izdi of Igdir […]

Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict threatens to involve Turkey

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Author: John-Thor Dahlburg LOS ANGELES TIMES SERVICE AP AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN Date: September 5, 1993 Publication: Austin American-Statesman Page Number: A6 ${ Word Count: 447 MOSCOW – Azerbaijan said that Armenian forces violated a truce to seize a strategic town near Azerbaijan’s Iranian border Saturday, cutting off the entire southwest of the country and isolating thousands […]

Azerbaijan Claims Armenians Seized a Key Town

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The New York Times Published: September 05, 1993 The Government of Azerbaijan said today that Armenian forces from Nagorno-Karabakh had seized Goradiz, a key town on the Iranian border. International aid workers warned that such an advance could trigger a flood of refugees into Iran. The Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said in Baku, the capital, that […]
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