Armed group in Yerevan takes decision to surrender: 1in.am

Member of the armed group that took control of a police headquarter in Yerevan on July 17 Varuzhan Avetisyan issued a statement about the group’s decision to surrender. “Armenpress” reports Varuzhan Avetisyan called “First Informational” and mentioned in his statement that the number of the group members has drastically decreased. He pointed out two options of their future steps. One of them is to engage into clashes which can cause a lot of casualties, or to surrender. He mentioned that people fulfilling their duties are standing opposite them and they do not want to shed their blood.

Over 70 policemen detained in Turkey

Seventy-four policemen accused of their links with Fethullah Gulen movement have been detained during a special operation in Turkey’s Ankara, Haberturk newspaper reported July 30....
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Cargo train blown up in Turkey

A cargo train was blown up by PKK terrorists in Turkey’s south-eastern province of Bingol, the Turkish Haber 7 newspaper wrote July 30. ...
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Iran, Russia discuss creation of satellite, free trade zone

Russian companies are interested in the Iranian market, said Russia’s Energy Minister and Co-chair of the Russia-Iran Intergovernmental Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation Alexander Novak. ...
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Azerbaijan intensively violates ceasefire regime at directions of Martuni and Martakert (NKR)

The Defense Ministry of Nagorno Karabakh informs overnight July 24-25 the Azerbaijani side violated the ceasefire regime for 28 times by firing nearly 300 shots at the Armenian positions in Nagorno Karabakh-Azerbaijan line of contact.
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Georgia’s Defense Minister Tinatin Khidasheli resigns

Defense Minister of Georgia Tina Khidasheli has issued a resignation letter- requesting PM Giorgi Kvirikashvili to relieve her from the post starting August 1, the Press Service of the Georgian Defense Ministry said, Novosti Gruziya reported.
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Selling weapons to Azerbaijan is a blow to Russia’s reputation - Denis Dvornikov

In an interview with “Armenpress”, Russian public figure, member of the Civic Chamber of Russia Denis Dvornikov said selling weapons to Azerbaijan is a huge blow to Russia’s reputation.
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