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#1 MosJan

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Posted 25 September 2006 - 12:30 PM

ARMENIAN SOLDIER SHOT DEAD FROM AZERI POSITIONS

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A ceasefire violation by the Azeri armed forces was fixed September 23 at 1.30 p.m. local time. As reported by the press office of the RA Defense Ministry, ensign Garnik Melyan aged 42 was wounded in the chest and died.

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Posted 25 September 2006 - 12:35 PM

ARMISTICE VIOALTED: ARMENIAN SOLDIER KILLED


On September 23 at about 01:30 p.m. the armistice on the Armenia-Azerbaijan borderline has been violated by the Azeris.

The shot of a sniper in the direction of the Ijevan military basis killed Armenian soldier Garnik Melyan (b. 1964).

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Posted 25 September 2006 - 12:37 PM

ARMENIAN PRAPORSHCHIK KILLED IN A VIOLATED CEASE-FIRE

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Violation of cease-fire by Azerbaijan was reported on Saturday afternoon. Armenian defense ministry press services report that Garnik Melyan, 42, was shot dead at Ijevan military unit. Melyan served at the military unit as a praporshchik on contract basis.

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Posted 25 September 2006 - 06:02 PM

Armenians need to be completly ruthless here and have snipers shoot at everything that moves on the other side.

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Posted 27 September 2006 - 06:46 AM

This is not the first time and these killings happen on almost regular basis. The lying bastards first make up a story that Armenians broke the cease-fire and then they commit such acts of cowardice.

Armenians had their chance to stop the negotiations and carpet-bomb Nakhijevan when this species of worthless garbage was destroying our heritage in broad daylight. Since all the Armenians had been ethnically "cleansed" and all the 27000 Armenian monuments in Nakhijevan, accounted for by Argam Ayvazian, are most probably destroyed there would be no fear of harming any human beings or valuable objects in that virus infested province of ours...

Alas and alack!

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Posted 30 September 2006 - 07:51 PM

if darwin would be alive today, he would say something like this:

" this hybrid of sheep and tatars would take 7 000 000 years to evolve to civilisation, but civilisation, being ever gorwing, would advance another 7000 000 years in the mean time...thus, azerbaijan will never reach true civlisation standards."

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-cheers

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Posted 30 September 2006 - 08:01 PM

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" this hybrid of sheep and tatars would take 7 000 000 years to evolve to civilisation


No need to offend poor sheep! tongue.gif

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Posted 17 May 2008 - 10:31 AM

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Posted 18 May 2008 - 11:57 AM

QUOTE (Johannes @ May 17 2008, 04:31 PM)
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Posted 18 May 2008 - 09:05 PM

Azeris daily manufacture a story that Armenians broke the ceasefire. Their thinking is to convince the international community that Armenia is intentionally provoking Azerbaijan into conflict and, if war begins, it will only be because Armenia forced it upon Azerbaijan, wearing out its patience.

Sneaky bastards.

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Posted 23 May 2008 - 12:08 PM

42 years old? he must have been of a certain rank..which would explain him being targeted by a sniper

and anyways, this sort of thing happens on both sides of the line every week or so for the past 16 years.

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Posted 24 May 2008 - 12:06 AM

QUOTE (hosank @ May 23 2008, 02:08 PM)
42 years old? he must have been of a certain rank..which would explain him being targeted by a sniper

and anyways, this sort of thing happens on both sides of the line every week or so for the past 16 years.

The murdered Armenian soldier was actually 19 years old.

It happens more to them than it happens to us, don't worry. And the good part is, we sometimes don't even need to fire a shot.
For example, http://www.today.az/...iety/45191.html or http://www.today.az/...iety/44961.html

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Posted 22 November 2008 - 01:42 PM

“HE STOPPED AND SHOT FOR NO REASON WHATEVER”

  • more images Deterioration of Armenian-Azerjainai relations is well perceived in Armenian frontier villages Aygedzor and Chinari. The Azeri side opens machine gun-fire on Armenian settlements almost every day.

    The villages of Aygedzor and Chinari are respectively 1700 and 800 metres away from Azeri posts.

    Residents of Chinari don’t leave their homes for fear of the worst. Even burials take place at night as people don’t want to die of an enemy bullet. Local residents say Azeris have turned their village into “a bomb-sight” and continue bombarding with massive shells.

    “As soon as Azeri servicemen get blind drunk they become fearless and open fire at Armenian posts and settlements. This mainly happens in the evenings when they get used of the command’s absence,” say Armenian commanding officers.

    “Everyone shoots there. Once I was looking through binoculars, and saw a man with a knapsack passing by. All of a sudden he stоpped, picked up a machine-gun and began shooting in our direction,” said Commander of N front-line unit Movses Sargsyan.

    He says Azeris' unruliness knows no limits. They violate ceasefire even before the monitoring when representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross are deployed on the contact-line.

    During intensive bombardments residents of Chinari hide in the neighbouring village, Aygedzor, which lies in a gulf and is inaccessibility for the enemy gun. Nevertheless, people don't feel secure in Aygedzor either.

    I am afraid to till the land. Hectares of lands lie uncultivated. A few days ago one of our fellow villagers lost 20 pigs but he didn't dare to look for the astray animals,” said Aygedzor resident Hamlet Saghamyan.


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Posted 24 November 2008 - 05:00 PM

Every time I read an article like this I want to go out on the street and shoot every single turd HIV virus.

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Posted 25 November 2008 - 11:39 AM

QUOTE (MosJan @ Nov 22 2008, 02:42 PM)
<h1 class="big center">“HE STOPPED AND SHOT FOR NO REASON WHATEVER”</h1>
  • more images Deterioration of Armenian-Azerjainai relations is well perceived in Armenian frontier villages Aygedzor and Chinari. The Azeri side opens machine gun-fire on Armenian settlements almost every day.

    The villages of Aygedzor and Chinari are respectively 1700 and 800 metres away from Azeri posts.

    Residents of Chinari don’t leave their homes for fear of the worst. Even burials take place at night as people don’t want to die of an enemy bullet. Local residents say Azeris have turned their village into “a bomb-sight” and continue bombarding with massive shells.

    “As soon as Azeri servicemen get blind drunk they become fearless and open fire at Armenian posts and settlements. This mainly happens in the evenings when they get used of the command’s absence,” say Armenian commanding officers.

    “Everyone shoots there. Once I was looking through binoculars, and saw a man with a knapsack passing by. All of a sudden he stоpped, picked up a machine-gun and began shooting in our direction,” said Commander of N front-line unit Movses Sargsyan.

    He says Azeris' unruliness knows no limits. They violate ceasefire even before the monitoring when representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross are deployed on the contact-line.

    During intensive bombardments residents of Chinari hide in the neighbouring village, Aygedzor, which lies in a gulf and is inaccessibility for the enemy gun. Nevertheless, people don't feel secure in Aygedzor either.

    I am afraid to till the land. Hectares of lands lie uncultivated. A few days ago one of our fellow villagers lost 20 pigs but he didn't dare to look for the astray animals,” said Aygedzor resident Hamlet Saghamyan.

fg the SOB'es we should return the fire 3 times greater!!! Turds only respect force!

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Posted 27 January 2009 - 04:53 PM

http://www.reuters.c...is/idUSLR521757

Azerbaijan says 3 Armenian soldiers dead in clash
Tue Jan 27, 2009 11:01am EST

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BAKU, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Azerbaijan said on Tuesday its forces had killed three Armenian soldiers in fighting near breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh late on Monday.

The Azeri Defence Ministry said Armenian soldiers had attacked an Azeri checkpoint in the Agdam district adjacent to the rebel territory.

Officials in the region's Armenian-backed administration could not be reached for comment.

Mainly populated by Armenians, Nagorno-Karabakh broke away from Azerbaijan in the late 1980s, sparking a war that killed an estimated 30,000 people. Armenian forces also seized seven districts surrounding Nagorno-Karabakh.

A ceasefire was agreed in 1994 but clashes are common between forces manning the frontline.

"Three Armenian soldiers died in fighting which lasted for around one hour in the village of Javakhirli, Agdam district, when Armenian forces attempted to seize an Azeri checkpoint," the Azeri Defence Ministry said in a statement.

It said one body had been left in Azeri-controlled territory. (Reporting by Afet Mehtiyeva; writing by Matt Robinson)


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Posted 28 January 2009 - 06:47 PM

QUOTE (MyTerrain @ Jan 27 2009, 05:53 PM)
http://www.reuters.c...is/idUSLR521757

Azerbaijan says 3 Armenian soldiers dead in clash
Tue Jan 27, 2009 11:01am EST

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BAKU, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Azerbaijan said on Tuesday its forces had killed three Armenian soldiers in fighting near breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh late on Monday.

The Azeri Defence Ministry said Armenian soldiers had attacked an Azeri checkpoint in the Agdam district adjacent to the rebel territory.
Armenian forces attempted to seize an Azeri checkpoint, the Azeri Defence Ministry said in a statement.

It said one body had been left in Azeri-controlled territory. (Reporting by Afet Mehtiyeva; writing by Matt Robinson)



Don't believe any colourful lies that the Azeris spit out periodically. Especially the highlighted part.

What the Armenian side has said is that a young deranged civilian crossed the line to what seems a suicide, the Armenian soldiers ran after him to stop him but were fired upon by the Azeris and both the civilian and the Armenian soldier were killed.

A tragic event.

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Posted 29 January 2009 - 09:59 AM

Example of another lies



AZERBAIJAN TO SPREAD REGULAR MOCKING AND DISINFORMATION

Panorama.am
16:41 28/01/2009

It turns out that the rumors spread by Azeri mass media that the head
of Armed Forces of Poland Franchesk Hagor during his meeting with
the Defense Minister of Azerbaijan Safar Abiev announced that the
conflict of Nagorno Karabakh can be regulated only by the territorial
integrity of Azerbaijan are pure mocking. Note that Azeri mass media
have referred to some official sources from Azerbaijan.

The press spokesman of Foreign Ministry of Armenia Tigran Balayan
answers to the questions of Panorama.am. "Armenian Embassy in Warsaw
verified that information from the authorities of Poland, and we have
found out that the Polish official has not made such announcement
in Azerbaijan. Moreover, the Polish official landed in Baku because
of some technical problems when flying back from Afghanistan," says
T. Balayan.

Hence, according to the official information the news spread by Azeri
mass media is a pure lie and regular disinformation.



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Posted 11 February 2009 - 07:37 AM

Another headline that can best be described as wishful thinking, if not a lie altogether.
This mad-dash by the Turkish Foreign Minister Babacan to hold meetings with Nalbandian and be seen as "solving" the Artsakh problem is nothing but posturing to show the new US administration that they would be spoiling these efforts is AG is officially recognized.


Check the last paragraph where Armenians are denying such an agreement, but despite that this headline appears! the propaganda continues! I doubt though this qualifies as being "masterful"

From Hurriyet


Azerbaijan-Armenia agree on Turkey-led Nagorno-Karabakh plan

Armenia and Azerbaijan reached a partial agreement on a solution plan for the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The agreement came after the Turkish foreign minister’s contacts with officials from both countries, Hurriyet daily reported on Wednesday.


The sides agree on the four points of the draft plan that aimed at resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Hurriyet added.

According to the plan, Armenia will return some of the towns surrounding the Nagorno-Karabakh region to Azerbaijan in a specific timetable and repatriate those Azeris who were forced to leave the regions, the report said.

The administration of the Nagorno-Karabakh region will be handed to a provisional body and Kelbejer will be returned to Azerbaijan after the status of the region is determined, Hurriyet added.

The railroad and highway between Azerbaijan and Armenia will be opened, while an international peace force will be deployed at the border region between Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh, the report said.

Officials said any step taken towards the solution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict will have a positive impact on Turkey-Armenia relations. Turkey closed its borders with Armenia in the 1990s to protest Yerevan's occupation of Azerbaijani territory.

BABACAN'S CONTACTS
Hurriyet said the agreement came after the busy meeting traffic of Turkish Foreign Minister Ali Babacan. He met with Armenian Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandian and President Serzh Sargsyan on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference on Saturday.

He later held a meeting with his Azerbaijani counterpart Elmar Memmdyarov on the plane on their way to Ankara. On board, the two ministers took the snap decision not to land in Ankara but travel onto Baku where they met with Azerbaijani leader Ilham Aliyev on Monday.

Nagorno-Karabakh, a frozen conflict legacy of the Soviet Union, has been standing at the center of Azerbaijan-Armenia and Turkey-Armenia relations. Turkey closed its borders with Armenia due to Yerevan's aggression against Azerbaijan.

The conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia began in 1988 on Armenian territorial claims over Azerbaijan. Since 1992 Armenian Armed Forces have occupied 20 percent of Azerbaijan including the Nagorno-Karabakh region and its seven surrounding districts.

Both countries continue with fruitless peace negotiations. The OSCE Minsk Group, co-chaired by the United States, Russia, and France, is engaged in efforts to the conflict peacefully.

TURKEY, ARMENIA DENIALS
A spokesman from the Foreign Ministry said Wednesday Turkey is not included in a solution plan to the issue, though it is an issue that concerns the country.

"There is no discussion of Turkey’s inclusion in a Nagorno-Karabakh plan. We are just gathering information from both sides," Burak Ozugergin told Anatolian Agency.

A spokesman from the Armenian Foreign Ministry also said the Nagorno-Karabakh issue was not discussed at the meeting of Turkish and Armenian foreign ministers.

"Talks on the settlement of the Karabakh problem with Turkey's help were not held", said Tigran Balayan, head of Armenian Foreign Ministry press department, according to Azeri and Azerbaijani media.

"As Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandyan said repeatedly, talks about a resolution of the Karabakh problem were being held under the mediation of the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs on the basis of Madrid proposals", said Balayan.







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