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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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          R.I.P

          Azeri sniper kills soldier at Artsakh military post


          Armenian serviceman Karen Paruyr Hovhannisyan was killed Wednesday, Aug 12, at around 12:30 pm, by an Azerbaijani sniper at an eastern military post of the Nagorno Karabakh Defense Army.

          An investigation is underway to determine the details.

          As reported earlier, two unsuccessful border penetration attempts were registered by Azerbaijani subversive groups on the night of Wednesday.

          panarmenian.net
          Last edited by argin; 08-12-2015, 01:21 PM.

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            Azerbaijan makes two unsuccessful border penetration attempts
            Azerbaijani subversive groups took unsuccessful attempts of border penetration on the night of Wednesday, Aug 12, spokesperson for the Armenian Defense Ministry, Artsrun Hovhannisyan, said in a Facebook post.

            “Azerbaijani military and political authorities destabilize the line of contact... Azeri armed forces violate truce with shots fired from various caliber weapons, including 60mm and 82mm mortars. The Armenian Defense Ministry presents statistics on violations almost every day,” he said.

            According to Hovhannisyan, 109 shells were fired from 82mm mortars on Tuesday and the following night. Besides, two unsuccessful border penetration attempts were registered during the reporting period.

            “The Armenian side has repeatedly warned the Azerbaijan that calls for military solution to the conflict are manifestation of self-deception. Provocations of such kind are fraught with unpredictable consequences for the Azerbaijani army,” the official said.

            Hovhannisyan also noted that the RA Defense Ministry stands for peaceful resolution of the conflict and the need for ceasefire maintenance, atmosphere of mutual trust, as well as introduction of an international mechanism to investigate violations.

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              Russian soldier accused of killing family tried in Armenia
              [ 12 August 2015 23:04 ]

              Baku-APA. A Russian soldier suspected of killing an entire family in Armenia has been convicted of desertion as a precursor to his murder trial, APA reports quoting Associated Press.

              Valery Permyakov, who served with a Russian military base in Gyumri, is suspected of shooting six family members dead and stabbing a 6-month-old baby to death in the Armenian city in January. He was captured quickly after the killings and pleaded guilty to the charges.

              A Russian military court in Gyumri on Wednesday handed him a 10-year prison sentence on charges of desertion and illegal weapons possession. Armenian investigators are pursuing a separate murder probe, and a date for that trial hasn't been set yet.

              Russia agreed to let Armenia handle the murder investigation after thousands rallied in Gyumri demanding that the soldier face justice in Armenia.

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                What's the story behind this territory and how is it defended?

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                  Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                  What's the story behind this territory and how is it defended?
                  I googled it. Read that and tell us if you know different.
                  HARK

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                    Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                    What's the story behind this territory and how is it defended?
                    Originally posted by Artashes View Post
                    I googled it. Read that and tell us if you know different.
                    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artsvashen
                    Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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                      Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                      Turkish 12 gauge hunting guns I've used were absolute junk, I can imagine how this Mcake thing is already vs. One of the best in the history of rifles, the AK series
                      Agreed. All these Bs Plastic European guns are useless against the AK.

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