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Iran targets its Azeri areas for 'Israeli spies'

The Jerusalem Post 06 Apr 2021
Iran said that it had arrested “Israeli spies” in areas of east Azerbaijan province this week ... During the recent conflict in Azerbaijan there were concerns in Iran that Azeris in Iran would become too enthusiastic about nationalism across the border in Azerbaijan. Iran has millions of Azeris who are a powerful minority ... .
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Solar could help Azerbaijan consolidate gains in Nagorno Karabakh after recent conflict

PV Magazine 31 Mar 2021
Eight areas with high solar potential are being explored by the Azeri authorities in the Kalbajar, Lachin, Gubadli, Zangilan, Jabrayil and Fuzuli regions, with the wind power potential of the first two also being assessed, according to the Dentons publication Investing in renewable energy projects in Europe, Dentons' Guide 2021.
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Schiff, Armenian Caucus Leaders Introduce Legislation Demanding Azerbaijan’s Release of Armenian POWs

Asbarez 16 Mar 2021
“In the most extreme cases – as documented by a Human Rights Watch report – Azerbaijan engaged in the extrajudicial execution of captured civilians including 79-year-old Eduard Shahkeldyan, who died of a blunt brain injury while imprisoned in Baku, and Arsen Gharakhanyan, who was shot in the head by his Azeri captors in January.
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Armenian Legislative Caucus Urges Colleagues to Reject Azeri Propaganda

Asbarez 20 Feb 2021
In 1992, the Azeri’s shelled Armenian civilian targets using rockets in the Republic of Artsakh (also known as Nagorno-Karabakh) ... Armenian forces had to neutralize Azeri fire in Khojaly and terminate the blockade ... Although the Armenians were successful in neutralizing the Azeri fire- power, Khojaly remained in Azeri hands for many months.
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Pashinyan Made Yet Another Gaffe, Implying that Shushi Was an Azeri City

Asbarez 03 Feb 2021
Pashinyan now insists that he should remain in power to correct the grave problems of the country ... There was no reason to say that Shushi was mostly populated by Azeris prior to 1992, causing such a controversy at a time when his power is waning and he is criticized by a lot of Armenians, including many of his former supporters.
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Rare Twin Suicide Attack Kills at Least 28 in Baghdad

The Algemeiner 21 Jan 2021
The site of a suicide attack in a central market is seen in Baghdad, Iraq January 21, 2021. Photo ... The hardline Sunni Muslim group captured vast areas of Iraq and imposed its own rule before being defeated in 2017 by Iraqi forces backed with US air power.Related coverage ... 0. Azeri Jews Pay Tribute to Victims of ‘Black January’ With Charity Event ... .
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In Azerbaijan, Jewish soldiers are poster children of war with Armenia

The Jerusalem Post 20 Jan 2021
Azerbaijan is my country as an Azeri,” Isayev, 40, told the Jewish Telegraphic agency ... But it represents something genuine about Azeri society, Isayev said ... But beyond the shared history, “The Jewish people and the Azeri people share a secret weapon that is more powerful than technology.
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In Azerbaijan, patriotic Jewish soldiers are poster children of the war with Armenia

Cleveland Jewish News 19 Jan 2021
Azerbaijan is my country as an Azeri,” Isayev, 40, told the Jewish Telegraphic agency ... In an interview with Trend, a major news site, he was pictured putting on tefillin and posing with the Azeri and Israeli flags ... But beyond the shared history, “The Jewish people and the Azeri people share a secret weapon that is more powerful than technology.
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Don’t Blame the Soviets for the War in Nagorno-Karabakh

GlobalResearch 23 Dec 2020
Azerbaijan was one of the first former Soviet countries to become a Western power-base after the 1993 CIA-backed coup d’etat which ousted the democratically-elected government of Abulfaz Elchibey and brought to power Heydar Aliyev, father of the current Azeri president, who ...
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Azerbaijan and Turkey hail alliance at Nagorno-Karabakh victory parade

The Irish Times 10 Dec 2020
Turkey sold powerful military drones to energy-rich Baku, stationed fighter jets at an Azeri airfield to ward off outside intervention in the conflict, and fully backed Azerbaijan’s assertion of its right to use force to reclaim Nagorno-Karabakh, even as Russia and western powers called repeatedly for an immediate ceasefire.
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Viewpoint: Russia and Turkey - unlikely victors of Karabakh conflict

BBC News 12 Nov 2020
There are, however, two other powers that have benefited from the conflict and the resolution effort ... Over the last two decades, the Kremlin has been under no illusions that, with a petrodollar-fuelled Azeri defence budget three times the size of Armenia's, the balance of power has been inexorably tilting towards Azerbaijan.
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The military lessons learned in Nagorno-Karabakh

Asiatimes 10 Nov 2020
Once Azeri forces took the Lachin corridor and controlled the only road from Armenia into Shusha, the city’s fall was certain since without supplies the remaining “army” holding it could not fight ... On November 9, Azeri forces shot down a Russian Mil Mi-24 helicopter gunship piloted by two Russians who were killed.
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Azerbaijan captures key town in war over disputed region

Irish Independent 09 Nov 2020
Azeri forces reported that they had taken Shusha, a hilltop town deep inside Nagorno-Karabakh that used to be the main stronghold of ethnic Azeris in the region ... Although home to barely 5,000 people, Shusha has powerful symbolic value for both sides in the conflict. For ethnic Azeris, it is regarded as the centre of its poetic and literary culture.
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Azeri forces close in on Nagorno-Karabakh’s biggest city

Metro USA 09 Nov 2020
YEREVAN/BAKU (Reuters) – Nagorno-Karabakh’s ethnic Armenian leadership said on Monday it had lost control of the mountain enclave’s second-largest city and that Azeri forces were closing in on Stepanakert, its seat of power ... if Azeri advances continue.
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