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Yerevan, ARMENIA | AFP | Wednesday 4/27/2016 - 07:24 GMT
Azerbaijani troops have killed an ethnic Armenian soldier in the breakaway Nagorny Karabakh region, the rebel authorities said Wednesday, accusing Baku of breaching a fragile truce.
"A Karabakh army serviceman was killed overnight Wednesday as a result of Azerbaijan's aggression," said the breakaway region's defence ministry.
"Azerbaijan shelled Karabakh army positions along the entire frontline ... using mortars and rocket launchers," the ministry said in a statement.
Cumulative disbursements to Azerbaijan for lending and grants financed by ordinary capital resources, the Asian Development Fund, and other special funds amount to $1.23 billion.
Development priorities for Azerbaijan in the short to medium term will include projects in transport, energy, water and other urban infrastructure services, and private sector development.
Low public spending, ineffective social protection policies and programmes are hampering progress for children in Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia
GENEVA, 20 April 2016 — Children who are falling furthest behind in society benefit the most when countries invest in more effective social protection, according to a new UNICEF Report launched today.
The simmering 25-year conflict between Azerbaijan and the Armenian-backed disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh saw a dramatic escalation early this month. It didn’t make many headlines, but more than 100 people were killed in fierce clashes.
As Azerbaijani forces shelled the border, the northern farming village of Talish was evacuated, its residents forced to abandon their homes.
The HALO Trust has started to clear unexploded ordnance resulting from recent fighting between Karabakhi and Azerbaijani forces.
Between 1st and 5th April 2016 intense fighting broke out in Nagorno Karabakh (NK) all along the front line between Karabakh and Azerbaijan. Ground fighting was confined to areas close to the Line of Contact (LOC) but artillery fire penetrated more than 10km into Nagorno Karabakh.
Berlin, 12 April 2016 - The OSCE Chairperson-in-Office and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier welcomed Serbia’s and Austria’s Foreign Ministers Ivica Dačić and Sebastian Kurz as well as the OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier for an OSCE Troika meeting in Berlin today.
By Nino Lejava
From the outset, Germany’s chairmanship of the OSCE, in 2016, promised to be fraught with sizable challenges. One of these challenges came from the recent developments in the South Caucasus, which demonstrated with renewed force that national boundaries in the post-Soviet space, and thus the security situation, are still far from stable.
GENEVA, April 11 (UNHCR) – The recent fighting in the Nagorno-Karabakh region displaced several hundreds of people, mostly women, children and older people, and UNHCR is calling on all parties to ensure their rights are respected and protected.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has today facilitated the handover, between the sides, of the bodies of those killed in action following the recent escalation of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Posted by Larisa Sotieva
In the early hours of Saturday 2 April, a military escalation erupted on the Nagorny Karabakh line of contact, on a scale not seen since 1994. While the breakfast news reported on Palmyra, on who is planning to restore which monuments, the disturbing news broke about this old, yet now new conflict, that overnight saw dozens of people killed.
Yerevan, Armenia | AFP | Saturday 4/9/2016 - 10:39 GMT
Armenia and Azerbaijan on Saturday traded accusations over the shelling of each other's territory in violation of a days-old ceasefire aimed at halting a flareup of violence over the disputed Nagorny Karabakh region.
The two former Soviet neighbours exchanged fire overnight but there were no reports of casualties.
A Moscow-mediated truce went into effect on Tuesday after the worst outbreak of violence since the 1990s, but some clashes have continued, with two people reported killed on Friday.
Details of Response
Emergency: Emergency Response to the Nagorno - Karabakh conflict
Date of Emergency: 02.04.2016
ACT Requesting Member(s): ACT Armenia Forum
Armenia Round Table Foundation
"UMCOR Armenia” Foundation
ECLOF Foundation in Armenia
DETAILS OF THE EMERGENCY
Lala-Tepe heights, Azerbaijan | AFP | Wednesday 4/6/2016 - 21:36 GMT
by Emil GULIYEV with Karen MINASIAN in Matagis
Azerbaijani and Armenian forces on Wednesday said they were largely observing a truce that halted four days of clashes which claimed scores of lives in the worst outbreak of violence in decades over the disputed Nagorny Karabakh region.
"The ceasefire was largely observed overnight along the Karabakh frontline," said the Armenia-backed separatist defence ministry in Karabakh.
Brussels | 5 Apr 2016
On the Cusp of War
VIENNA 5 April 2016
VIENNA, 5 April 2016 - At a special meeting of the OSCE Permanent Council in Vienna, Ambassador James Warlick, representing the three Co-Chairs of the Minsk Group, and the Personal Representative of the Chairperson-in-Office, Ambassador Andrzej Kasprzyk, informed the 57 OSCE participating States about recent developments in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Stepanakert, AZERBAIJAN | AFP | Tuesday 4/5/2016 - 13:08 GMT.
by Karen MINASIAN with Tofik BABAYEV in Terter and Simon STURDEE in Vienna
Azerbaijan and Armenian separatists in Nagorny Karabakh on Tuesday announced a ceasefire after four days of bloodshed, as international powers scrambled to end the worst violence in decades over the disputed region.
1. Brief description of the emergency and impact
Stepanakert, Azerbaijan | AFP | Monday 4/4/2016 - 21:12 GMT
by Karen MINASIAN with Emil GULIYEV in Baku and Mariam HARUTYUNYAN in Yerevan
Clashes between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces killed at least 13 people Monday in a third day of fighting over Nagorny Karabakh, as Turkey fuelled tensions following the worst violence in decades in the disputed territory.