The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) fired a missile from a launch site in the southern part of the Islamic Republic.

This is a summary of 5 AMN articles on the following subjects: Iran, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Karabakh, Idlib, Syria, Russia.

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Iran’s new long-range missiles will ‘shake the enemy’s core’

Published 2020-11-04 11:22:19 by News Desk in Iran

BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:10 A.M.) – On Wednesday, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards announced the unveiling of a new missile system, which they said would “shake the enemy’s core.” The Tasnim Agency reported on Wednesday: “In the presence of the Commander-in-Chief of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, Major General Hossein Salami, an automatic and intelligent system for the successive launch of long-range ballistic missiles of the space forces of the Revolutionary Guard was unveiled.” Major General Hussein Salami said, in a speech, that “the flight of our missiles will shake the enemy’s core, and their force will push the enemy to retreat.”… Read on ->

Tags: Iran


Karabakh forces have right to respond to Azerbaijani aggression: Armenia

Published 2020-11-04 11:12:04 by News Desk in World-News

BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 A.M.) – The Armenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs considered that the forces of the Karabakh Republic have “the right to launch counter strikes” if the bombing of civilian installations by the Azerbaijani army continues. The Armenian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Anna Nagdalian, said in a statement issued Tuesday evening that the Azerbaijani forces launched strikes that targeted the civilian infrastructure in the cities of Stepanakert and Shusha with cluster bombs fired from Smerch missile launchers, indicating that there were casualties. She continued, “We declare that, in the circumstances of the people of Artsakh (Karabakh) facing a fundamental threat,… Read on ->

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Tags: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Karabakh


Russia accuses Syrian militants of planning provocation against Turkish army in Idlib

Published 2020-11-04 10:53:54 by News Desk in Syria, Turkey

BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:40 A.M.) – The Russian Center for Reconciliation in Syria said on Tuesday that militants were planning to carry out an attack in the Idlib region in order to later accuse the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) of targeting Turkish forces. In a press briefing on Tuesday, Marine Colonel Alexander Greenkiewicz, deputy head of the center, which is based at the Hmeimim Air Base in the Latakia Governorate, confirmed that the center’s information indicates that the terrorist organizations stationed in the area are planning to bombard a town in Idlib Governorate using mortars and rockets. He explained that a… Read on ->

Tags: Idlib, Syria


Armenian forces stifle Azerbaijani advance into key city

Published 2020-11-04 10:18:43 by News Desk in World-News

BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 A.M.) – The Artsakh Defense Army (ADA) squared off against a unit from the Azerbaijani Armed Forces last night, as the latter attempted to push into the strategic city of Shusha in southern Karabakh. According to local activists, the Artsakh Defense Army was able to beat back the Azerbaijani attack after an intense battle south of Shusha. At the same time, the Armenian Minister of Defense, Artsrun Hovhannisyan, corroborated these reports, pointing out that the Artsakh Defense Army is control of the situation. “After midnight, Az. side made a subversive attempt in the direction of #Shoushi, but… Read on ->

Tags: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Karabakh


Russia reveals up to 2,000 foreign mercenaries fighting in Karabakh

Published 2020-11-04 09:27:44 by News Desk in Syria, World-News

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BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:20 A.M.) – Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov revealed that the number of fighters from the Middle East in the Karabakh region is close to 2,000, stressing that his country will continue cooperation with Turkey to resolve the conflict peacefully. Lavrov said in an interview with the Kommersant newspaper: “We are of course concerned about the internationalization of the Karabakh conflict and the involvement of militants from the Middle East in it.” He continued: “We have repeatedly called on external parties to exploit their capabilities in order to cut off the transfer of mercenaries, whose number in the… Read on ->

Tags: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Karabakh, Russia


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