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   Specialists of the International Antimine Center of the Russian Federation AF demining the area and destroying explosive objects in Nagorno-Karabakh.    

   Photo: Maxim Blinov

 

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   Sappers and an employee of the National Agency for Demining the Territory of Azerbaijan (ANAMA) during demining works in Aghdam.

   Photo: Alexey Kudenko

 

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Short summary of that analysis.      Azerbaijan army conducting attack of Nagorniy Karabakh from 2 directions - Southern and Northern. Main attack is happening against city of Martakert (Nor

Massive fighting started along most of the Nagorno Karabakh border. The situation looks very serious as both Nagorno Karabakh and Armenia declared martial law and started general mobilisation.   

3rd pic show wheel that Mi-8s doesn't have. According to what i saw, those photos are from 2013, Russian AN-2 crash. That wheel looks like is a rear wheel of AN-2.

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   An employee of the National Agency for Mine Clearance of the Territory of Azerbaijan (ANAMA) demines a site in the Aghdam region using a robotic mine clearing system "Bozena 5", produced by the Slovak company WAY Industry A.S.

   Photo: Alexey Kudenko

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   Azerbaijan disclosed data on losses during the second Karabakh war.

 

   The Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan has provided complete data on losses during the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh from September to November 2020. For a month and a half of fighting, 2,783 soldiers of the country's army were killed. More than 100 servicemen are missing. 1245 wounded soldiers are being treated in hospitals.

 

   The Ministry of Health of Armenia reported on November 28 that the total losses during the conflict amounted to 2,660 servicemen. Armenian Minister of Health Arsen Torosyan noted that the question is not about the final figure, since the search and identification of the dead are still going on.

 

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   Russian peacekeepers have equipped observation posts with fortifications "Checkpoint" designed to protect servicemen from small arms and shrapnel, as well as conduct all-round observation of the surrounding area.

   The outlines of the "Checkpoint" are equipped with GNT-2 and GNT-3 bulk gabions. The infrastructure of the post includes two comfortable living modules for personnel, a module for cooking and eating, as well as a transport and technological module equipped with units for a constant supply of electricity.

   The modules are equipped with the necessary household equipment, dishes, electrical appliances and heating and air conditioning systems.

 

 

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   So apperently clashes happened between Armenian/NKR forces and Azeri troops over those 2 villages.

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   As people on otvaga pointed out, on Russian MoD map those villages were to be under Azeri control

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   The situation in the Hadrut region, following a conversation with the deputy commander of the Russian peacekeepers, was presented by former deputy Hayk Khanumyan (earlier he called on everyone to gather at the Russian base in Stepanakert)

 

   Armenian troops remained at the positions of Khtsaberd, however, the enemy entered the village. Currently, Russian peacekeepers at all levels are negotiating to restore their former positions.

 

   Earlier, the enemy occupied the village of Khin Taher and used artillery. The territory was guarded by the Artsakh Defense Army, and there were no Russian peacekeeping positions there.

 

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   Some photos of Russian peacekeepers.

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   At the Erebuni airport in Yerevan, a Russian plane was met, which had delivered more than 40 Armenian prisoners of war from Baku.

   Earlier, it was announced in Baku that Azerbaijan and Armenia on December 14 began an exchange of prisoners and hostages on the principle of “all for all”.

   On December 4, Baku and Yerevan exchanged lists of prisoners of war and handed them over to the International Committee of the Red Cross.

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   The Russian Defense Ministry reports on the death of an officer of the peacekeeping contingent during the demining of the terrain in the Shushi region.

   "An explosive device detonated. As a result of the explosion, an officer of the demining group of the International Mine Action Center was seriously injured. The serviceman was promptly provided with medical assistance. During the transfer to the hospital, the officer died from his injuries," it was reported.

   Rare casualty, one of sappers didn't survived explosion. No info if it was a mine, but most likely unexploded EXO.

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