Almost 2,000 buildings in Syria’s Aleppo are at risk of collapsing after earthquake

About 2,000 buildings in Aleppo, a town in northwestern Syria, are at risk of collapsing after Monday’s earthquake, the Al Mayadeen television channel reported on Tuesday, Tass informs.

Almost 2,000 buildings in Syria’s Aleppo are at risk of collapsing after earthquake

Almost 2,000 buildings in Syria’s Aleppo are at risk of collapsing after earthquake
STEPANAKERT, FEBRUARY 7, ARTSAKHPRESS: The death toll from the earthquake, according to preliminary data, came to about 300 in Aleppo and another 600 people were injured, the report said.
The Al Arabiya television channel earlier reported that at least 84 buildings were toppled in the town of Jindires.
A magnitude 7.7 earthquake hit southeastern Turkey on Monday. Another powerful tremor struck a while later. According to the latest data, more than 3,300 people were killed in Turkey and more than 20,000 sustained injuries.
In Syria, the hardest hit were the provinces of Aleppo, Latakia, Tartous and Hama in the country’s west and northwest. According to the Syrian Health Ministry, the quake claimed the lives of 812 people and more than 1,400 were injured.



Any status of Artsakh within Azerbaijan would be tantamount to ethnic cleansing and genocide of Armenians – Ombudsman

On March 21, the Human Rights Defender of the Republic of Artsakh published an ad hoc trilingual report on the violations of individual and collective human rights as a result of the 100-day blockade of Artsakh by Azerbaijan.

Democratic values are placed at one end of the scale, oil and gas at the other. Here the civilized world has to make a choice. Artsakh NA Speaker

Artsakh NA Speaker Artur Tovmasyan said on the occasion of the 100th day of the blockade of Artsakh.

Artsakh is under Azerbaijan blockade for 100 days but by and large, for several decades. David Babayan

Artsakh is under Azerbaijani blockade for 100 days. Although, by and large, Artsakh has been under a blockade—a diplomatic, political, moral blockade—for several decades. David Babayan, adviser-representative-at large of the Artsakh President, said this in an interview with

Congressman Adam Schiff calls out Caucasus envoy Louis Bono for ruling out sanctions against Azerbaijan

United States Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA) is collecting signatures on a U.S. House letter calling out newly appointed US Senior Advisor for Caucasus Negotiations Louis Bono for ruling out U.S. sanctions against Azerbaijan for its 100-day blockade of Artsakh/Nagorno Karabakh, the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) reported.




Artsakh army did not fire at Azerbaijani positions

The statement released by the Defense Ministry of Azerbaijan claiming that Defense Army units periodically opened fire on March 15 at Azerbaijani positions deployed in the occupied territories of Martuni and Askeran regions in the Republic of Artsakh is yet another disinformation.”

The rescue workers, accompanied by Russian peacekeepers, convoyed the RA citizens who remained in Artsakh. Ministry of Internal Affairs regarded news spread by Azerbaijan as disinformation

Yesterday, on March 13, the Azerbaijani media spread another disinformation that servicemen and weapons were transported from Armenia to Artsakh accompanied by Russian peacekeeping troops, attaching a video of a small convoy of vehicles. In fact, in the video published by the Azerbaijani side, there are not military vehicles, but vehicles belonging to the State Emergency Service.

Pashinyan warns of high likelihood of new attack by Azerbaijan

Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan warned on Tuesday of high likelihood of an escalation by Azerbaijan along the border with Armenia and in Nagorno Karabakh.

Artsakh MOD: Azerbaijan statement is disinformation

The statement released by the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan claiming that the Defense Army units opened fire overnight March 13-14 at Azerbaijani positions deployed in the occupied territories of the Askeran region in the Republic of Artsakh is yet another disinformation.