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Crisis in the Caucasus: Two Facts You Aren’t Being Told

Greek City Times 27 Jan 2023
It hosts Europe-bound gas and oil pipelines originating in Azerbaijan ... Azerbaijan, an ally of Turkey and Israel, has fallen into line with Georgia ... Around December 12, 2022, Azerbaijan initiated what has turned into a food, fuel, electricity, medical, and communications blockade of the 120,000 Christian Armenians of Artsakh [Nagorno-Karabagh].
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Russia is turning Nagorno-Karabakh into another Crimea

The Hill 27 Jan 2023
Russia’s “peace-keeping” troops in the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan are pursuing Moscow’s plan to transform the area into another Crimea ... But the Russian-backed separatist authorities artificially created food shortages to blame Azerbaijan.
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Resolution Against Artsakh Blockade Set to be Introduced in U.S. House

Asbarez 26 Jan 2023
Bipartisan ANCA-Backed Measure Seeks to Break Azerbaijan’s Blockade of Artsakh ... House of Representatives on record in favor of five practical remedies to the worsening humanitarian crisis in Artsakh caused by Azerbaijan’s blockade of food, medicine, and other vital necessities. ... HOUSE RESOLUTION CONDEMNING AZERBAIJAN’S BLOCKADE OF ARTSAKH RESOLUTION.
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Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev casts his ballot at a polling station during a referendum in Baku, Azerbaijan on Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. The Monday vote is on proposals including raising the presidential term from five years to seven.
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Aliyev accepts credentials of incoming Greek Ambassador to Azerbaijan

Greek City Times 26 Jan 2023
Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev received the credentials of the newly appointed Ambassador of Greece to Baku Christos Capodistrias ... 120,000 Armenians in Artsakh are currently trying to survive in sub-zero temperatures without heat, food and medicines due to the blockade of the Lachin Corridor by Azerbaijan.
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Russia slams new EU mission to Armenia, says it will stoke tensions

FX Empire 26 Jan 2023
The EU’s move comes amid growing Armenian frustration over the failure of Russian peacekeepers to reopen the Lachin corridor, the only route across Azerbaijan by which Armenia can supply food, fuel and medicine to Nagorno-Karabakh ... Azerbaijan denies any blockade, saying the activists are staging a legitimate protest against illegal mining activity.
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Azerbaijan, FAO Implement Numerous Projects In Agricultural Sector

MENA FN 25 Jan 2023
(MENAFN - AzerNews) Qabil Ashirov read more The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) together with Azerbaijan has implemented over 60 projects in the agricultural sector, ... .
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Tensions high over isolated Azerbaijan region

The Salem News 24 Jan 2023
The winding road, which is the only land connection between Armenia and the ethnic Armenian Nagorno-Karabakh region in Azerbaijan, has been blocked by protesters claiming to be environmental activists since mid-December, threatening food supplies to Nagorno-Karabakh's 120,000 people ... Armenia contends the protests are orchestrated by Azerbaijan.
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EXPLAINER: Tensions high over isolated Azerbaijan region

Citizen Tribune 23 Jan 2023
The winding road, which is the only land connection between Armenia and the ethnic Armenian Nagorno-Karabakh region in Azerbaijan, has been blocked by protesters claiming to be environmental activists since mid-December, threatening food supplies to Nagorno-Karabakh's 120,000 people ... Armenia contends the protests are orchestrated by Azerbaijan.
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Two years after a bloody war, Armenia-Azerbaijan tensions are running high again. Why?

The Los Angeles Times 23 Jan 2023
The winding road, which is the only land connection between Armenia and the ethnic Armenian Nagorno-Karabakh region in Azerbaijan, has been blocked by protesters claiming to be environmental activists since mid-December, threatening food supplies to Nagorno-Karabakh’s 120,000 people ... Fears over festering Armenia-Azerbaijan territorial dispute.
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EU greenlights Armenia mission to ease border tensions

Midland Daily News 23 Jan 2023
BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union agreed on Monday to dispatch a civilian mission to Armenia to help boost security around its border and improve relations with neighboring Azerbaijan, amid tensions over a transport corridor to the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
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Nagorno-Karabakh shuts schools amid Azerbaijan blockade

The New Arab 20 Jan 2023
Authorities in the breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh shut schools on Friday due to gas and electricity shortages amid a blockade by arch-enemy Azerbaijan ... As a result, the region of around 120,000 people is running short of food, medicines and fuel ... The government also pointed Friday to an "acute shortage" of medicine and food.
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The Hidden Siege of Nagorno-Karabakh

The Intercept 20 Jan 2023
Russia brokered a cease-fire agreement in 2020 between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The two were engaged in a bloody six-week war, the deadliest in the region in decades. Conflict between the two countries has recently escalated again. Azerbaijan set up a blockade of the contested Nagorno-Karabakh region, causing a shortage in food, medicine, and energy ... .
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Blinken Says U.S. Concerned about Lachin Blockade

Asbarez 19 Jan 2023
Secretary Blinken welcomed the Prime Minister’s commitment to peace, and the two discussed steps to restart bilateral talks with Azerbaijan,” Price added ... “The OSCE and its various institutions are well placed to assist Armenia and Azerbaijan based on our comprehensive approach to security and anchored in our values, principles, and commitments.
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Armenian-Australians ‘frustrated’ by Aus govt’s silence on Azerbaijan conflict

The Daily Telegraph Australia 19 Jan 2023
“No food, no medicine, no humanitarian relief is able to enter the region, and Azerbaijan is threatening to shoot down planes carrying ...
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The Crisis in Nagorno-Karabakh Highlights Russia’s Waning Global Influence

Time Magazine 18 Jan 2023
Regular supplies of food and medicine have been stopped by Azerbaijan, and locals say supermarket shelves are empty and pharmacies are running out of essential prescriptions, while officials warn a famine could now be on the cards ... Inside Azerbaijan’s Grand Plan To Make the Disputed City of Shusha a Cultural Capital.

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