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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    Thomas J. Samuelian, "The False Dichotomy between Territorial Integrity and Self-Determination: How the Kosovo Case further Clarifies the Relationship between these Concepts at International Law"

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        Vehicle carrying servicemen crashes in Azerbaijan, 4 servicemen killed, 7 injured - UPDATED

        [ 18 May 2013 10:19 ]
        Guba. Veli Turan-APA. A vehicle carrying servicemen crashed in Guba region.

        APA’s north bureau reports that 4 servicemen died, 7 were injured in the accident. The injured servicemen were taken to Guba central hospital. The details of the accident are being investigated.

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        According to initial reports, the servicemen are soldiers of Interior Ministry’s Interior Troops.
        apa.az

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          Number of servicemen died in Azerbaijan traffic accident reaches 5

          [ 18 May 2013 12:00 ]
          Injured Elbey Ismiyev died at hospital

          Baku. Hafiz Heydarov – APA. The number of the servicemen, who died in the traffic accident in Azerbaijan, has reached 5. Main State Traffic Police Office told APA that Ismiyev Elbey Adalat, who was injured and hospitalized, died there. The other injured servicemen are still in critical condition.

          Criminal case has been launched on the traffic accident, investigation is underway. The accident happened in Guba region today. RAF microbus driven by serviceman of the Interior Troops Seymur Aliyev crashed. Consequently, the driver and extended servicemen of the Interior Troops Ayaz Bayramov, Rashad Adigozalov, Seymur Aliyev and Elmir Ismayilov died at the site.

          The injured servicemen were hospitalized.

          The injured servicemen are - 21-year-old Iskandarov Afgan Sharif, 27-year-old Mamamdov Fariz Elibey, 21-year-old Hasanov Elnur Maksim, Musayev Ruslan Sabir, Ismiyev Elbey Adalat, Isayev Namig Gahraman and Aghalizadeh Ismayil Behaleddin.

          Mammadova announced the reasons of the accident: “The accident happened when the servicemen were going to work. The slippery road caused by rain and wheel failure caused the accident. Totally, 11 persons were in the car, 4 of them died. The other injured passengers were hospitalized.”
          apa.az

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              One more vehicle carrying servicemen crashes in Azerbaijan, 10 injured
              [ 18 May 2013 19:33 ]

              Baku. Hafiz Heydarov – APA. One more vehicle carrying servicemen crashed in Azerbaijan.


              Narimanov District Police Office told APA that it happened in the daytime today. The vehicle carrying soldiers of the Interior Troops to oath ceremony in the Flag Square crashed. Consequently, soldiers Orkhan Alakbarov, Saddam Samadov, Toghrul Alizadeh, Hasan Mammadov, Sadig Humbatov, Ali Alizadeh, Nurmammad Jabbarli, Kamran Musazadeh, including military students Elmar Mammadov and Nurlan Mammadzadeh were injured and taken to the Central Hospital of the Interior Troops.

              Investigation is underway.

              The Central Hospital told APA that the state of the injured servicemen is stable.
              WOW twice in one day. Must be compensating for a bunch of injuries that happened the last few weeks....
              Ազատություն, արդարություն, ՀՅԴ

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                One more vehicle carrying servicemen crashes in Azerbaijan, 10 injured

                [ 18 May 2013 19:33 ]

                Baku. Hafiz Heydarov – APA. One more vehicle carrying servicemen crashed in Azerbaijan.

                Narimanov District Police Office told APA that it happened in the daytime today. The vehicle carrying soldiers of the Interior Troops to oath ceremony in the Flag Square crashed. Consequently, soldiers Orkhan Alakbarov, Saddam Samadov, Toghrul Alizadeh, Hasan Mammadov, Sadig Humbatov, Ali Alizadeh, Nurmammad Jabbarli, Kamran Musazadeh, including military students Elmar Mammadov and Nurlan Mammadzadeh were injured and taken to the Central Hospital of the Interior Troops.

                Investigation is underway.

                The Central Hospital told APA that the state of the injured servicemen is stable.
                apa.az

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                  UN Implicates Azerbaijan, Kazakhstani In North Korea Arms Embargo Violations
                  May 18, 2013 - 1:35am, by Joshua Kucera The Bug Pit Azerbaijan Kazakhstan North Korea
                  A United Nations report has implicated Azerbaijan and a Kazakhstan airline executive in violations of arms embargos against North Korea. The Associated Press acquired the report, to the U.N. Security Council committee monitoring sanctions against North Korea.

                  Among the violators was Azerbaijan, for buying anti-aircraft missiles from North Korea:

                  The panel... recommended sanctions against the Hesong Trading Corporation, a subsidiary of the Korea Mining Development Trading Corp., which was involved in trying to sell 70 North Korean portable anti-aircraft missiles to Azerbaijan. British arms dealer Michael Ranger was convicted in July 2012 of attempting to sell the missiles.
                  A few more details on Ranger's activities in Azerbaijan, via the U.K.'s Crown Prosecution Service:

                  The court heard that in email correspondence with his arms supplier in North Korea, Ranger boasted that he had been a guest of the Azerbaijani government and was driven round in a Lexus limousine whilst on business there to discuss the supply of Man-Portable Infrared Homing Surface to Air Missiles. It also heard how he told the US manufacturers of Berettas pistols that he had secured orders from the Azerbaijani Ministry of Emergency Situations following a meeting with ‘two people directly under the President’ in February 2010. The jury agreed that the evidence clearly demonstrated Ranger’s intention to disregard the embargos and duly delivered a conviction.
                  http://www.eurasianet.org/node/66985

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