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Armenia fights war with COVID-19 complicated by Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

10 Nov 2020

YEREVAN Emma Mkrtchyan died at home, bedridden and showing severe symptoms of COVID-19. Even though the 83-year-old Armenian's blood oxygen levels were far below normal, the ambulance called by her family refused to take her to hospital.

Armenia fights war with COVID-19 complicated by Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

10 Nov 2020

YEREVAN Emma Mkrtchyan died at home, bedridden and showing severe symptoms of COVID-19. Even though the 83-year-old Armenian's blood oxygen levels were far below normal, the ambulance called by her family refused to take her to hospital.

Armenia fights war with COVID-19 complicated by Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

10 Nov 2020

YEREVAN Emma Mkrtchyan died at home, bedridden and showing severe symptoms of COVID-19. Even though the 83-year-old Armenian's blood oxygen levels were far below normal, the ambulance called by her family refused to take her to hospital.

Analysis: Russia and Turkey keep powder dry in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

09 Nov 2020

YEREVAN/BAKU Sensitive to the threat of wider confrontation, Russia and Turkey are for now limiting involvement in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict to providing humanitarian assistance and some military aid. | Video

U.N. says Nagorno-Karabakh attacks could be war crimes

02 Nov 2020

YEREVAN/BAKU Artillery strikes on civilians in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict could amount to war crimes, the U.N. human rights chief said on Monday, reiterating a call for Azerbaijan and Armenia to halt attacks on towns, schools and hospitals in the mountain enclave.

With ropes and wooden guns, returning Armenians train for war

31 Oct 2020

YEREVAN When conflict broke out in Nagorno-Karabakh last month, Aghasi Asatryan was thousands of kilometres away in Germany, embarking on a career as an IT specialist.

Hospital beds, oxygen run short in Russia's regions as COVID-19 cases surge

30 Oct 2020

MOSCOW Ekaterina Saraichenko, who lives in Saratov, posted a video on Russian social media this month, describing her mother's ordeal with COVID-19 as they waited for an ambulance she said was taking too long. It came in the end, but her mother died on the way to hospital.

With ropes and wooden guns, returning Armenians train for war

29 Oct 2020

YEREVAN When conflict broke out in Nagorno-Karabakh last month, Aghasi Asatryan was thousands of kilometres away in Germany, embarking on a career as an IT specialist.

In Armenia, war refugees sleep rough in the diamonds

27 Oct 2020

ABOVYAN, Armenia In a factory where diamonds are cut, Anna Osipyan and her two grandchildren found something even more precious after fleeing their homes in the mountainous enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh: shelter from the region's worst fighting in almost 30 years.

In Armenia, war refugees sleep rough in the diamonds

27 Oct 2020

ABOVYAN, Armenia In a factory where diamonds are cut, Anna Osipyan and her two grandchildren found something even more precious after fleeing their homes in the mountainous enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh: shelter from the region's worst fighting in almost 30 years.

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