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Azerbaijani Defense Ministry exposes another lie of Armenian occupants

The Azerbaijani Defense Ministry has commented on reports of the death of Armenian soldier in the occupied territory of republic.
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News.Az congratulates its readers on the World Azerbaijanis' Solidarity Day and the New Year.
Karapetyan will take part in the October 27 Eurasian Intergovernmental Council’s session, and on October 28 in the CIS Prime Ministers’ Council’s session.
It was a close call for MTN staff at Vangate Mall as armed men stormed the store and made off with cellphones and cash.
Banners, leaflets and audiovisual presentations will not be allowed during parliamentary sessions any more, as MPs passed an amendment to Parliament’s Rules of Procedure.
It is still nearly a month to go for the 18th Ukraine-European Union summit. President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko is positive that the documents on granting Ukraine a visa-free regime will be signed
Wages in the Romanian private sector rose by 8% and bonuses grew by 22% in the third quarter of 2016 and the evolution is felt in all areas amid fiercer competition on the labor market, according to
On Wednesday, Bout’s wife Alla told TASS that her husband had been transferred from a specialized unit for particularly dangerous criminals to a general ward in the same jail
This weekend, the time will change from daylight savings “summer time” to the normal Central European time. This means that the clocks will be changed October 30, early Sunday morning – at 3:00 to 2:0
According to a poll, most Russians link the suspension to US actions
The government’s decision to leave the ICC shows little regard for the victims of international crimes or the constitution., writes Angeka Mudukuti.
Fishermen and owners of fishing companies convene at the office of the state mediator this afternoon for wage negotiations.
Opposition O?aNO-NOVA party leader Igor Matovi? is filing a criminal complaint against former Gorilla protest organisers Alena Krempaská and Peter Weisenbacher of the Human Rights Institute (I?P) over
The KSJS public sector trade union confederation has announced a protest of public sector employees from the lowest pay group, which will be held in front of the government building on 3 November. The
Interest in direct trains between Prague and Nitra or Tren?ín has been higher than expected, leading Arriva to increase the number of trains running as well as introducing new runs.
Putin also awarded Serbian filmmaker Emir Kusturica and Elizabeth Lerman of “Lerman LLC” and Chen Pin, Director of the Chinese State Theater.
An exhibition on industry in Ljubljana that also topicalizes the ever changing relations between labour and capital will be launched at the Ljubljana City Museum on Thursday evening. It traces the evo
A plan of consultations between the Russian and Greek Foreign Ministries for 2017-2019 is expected to be signed during the visit
Ukraine has fined Russian airline companies carrying out flights to occupied Crimea UAH 721.236 million, the State Aviation Service of Ukraine told UNIAN.
Agricultural issues were the topic of discussion.
The attack on a school in Syria’s Idlib left more than 20 children dead
Ramon Oladimeji The scheduled trial of an ex-Niger Delta militant leader, Government Ekpemupolo, alias Tompolo, for an alleged fraud of N47.6bn was stalled on Thursday due to the absence of the prosec
Over 440,000 people from Ukraine have applied for asylum
A young Indonesian woman was jailed for 20 years Thursday for murdering a college friend by poisoning her coffee, capping a sensational trial that has gripped the country. Jessica Kumala Wongso, who i
The ministers will discuss the situation in the Middle East
THE regional government of Andalucía will make it obligatory by law for bars and cafés to serve water to customers free of charge.
The two sides reaffirm the commitment of Moscow and Belgrade to continue bilateral cooperation
Russian payment systems are looking for a way to continue operating on the Ukrainian market after the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) on October 19 banned their activities for a year due to the sanctio
Complex diverse political agendas are driving African nations to quit the International Criminal Court, with leaders seeking to cloak the move by reigniting age-old anger at the West, analysts say. Ga
Officials have confirmed that six people were arrested after a protest in Cape Town’s CBD erupted into chaos.
A judge will have to give direction on the fate of the man accused of killing Chumisa Nqakula because he is not fit to stand trial, the DPP has said.
We reported last week that the oldest candidate for Saturday’s parliamentary election was the 92-year-old Jónsteinn Haraldsson, running for the Left-Green Movement in the Reykjavík South district.
The investigation involving an alleged serial rapist has been completed, a court in Cape Town heard.
US company Qualcomm is taking over Dutch chip maker NXP Semiconductors for €43bn, in what is one of the biggest...

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