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Justice for Khojsly. Stepanakert, 1991 Xocali Karabakh Armenia Azerbaijan Ходжалы Карабах Justice for Khojsly. Stepanakert, 1991 Xocali Karabakh Armenia Azerbaijan Ходжалы Карабах Justice for Khojsly. Stepanakert, 1991 Xocali Karabakh Armenia Azerbaijan Ходжалы Карабах Justice for Khojsly. Stepanakert, 1991 Xocali Karabakh Armenia Azerbaijan Ходжалы Карабах Justice for Khojsly. Stepanakert, 1991 Xocali Karabakh Armenia Azerbaijan Ходжалы Карабах Justice for Khojsly. Stepanakert, 1991 Xocali Karabakh Armenia Azerbaijan Ходжалы Карабах Justice for Khojsly. Stepanakert, 1991 Xocali Karabakh Armenia Azerbaijan Ходжалы Карабах Justice for Khojsly. Stepanakert, 1991 Xocali Karabakh Armenia Azerbaijan Ходжалы Карабах Justice for Khojsly. Stepanakert, 1991 Xocali Karabakh Armenia Azerbaijan Ходжалы Карабах

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On February 26, 1992, during the war in Karabakh, around 200 to 300 people (according to Human Right Watch, and 600 according to the version propagated by the Azerbaijani version) were killed under unascertained circumstances near the city of Ahgdam. They have been deliberately withheld by the Azerbaijani authorities in the midst of the military actions. Population of the village of Khojalu, which was a firing point shooting at the blockaded Stepanakert (among five others) was kept in the village for months by force and was not evacuated by the authorities of Azerbaijan deliberately, in order to use them as human shields later.

Residents of Khojalu who came out by the humanitarian corridor that the self-defense forces of NKR had left open, they freely passed more than 10 km and reached the Aghdam city controlled by the Azerbaijani troops. Later, not far from the positions of Azerbaijani troops bodies of the villagers were found. The exact death toll remains unknown as the official Baku publishes data contradicting each other. Parliamentary Commission investigating the tragic death of the civilians at Aghdam city was dissolved by the order of Heydar Aliyev, the investigative materials are kept in secret.

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 BETWEEN HUNGER AND FIRE: POWER AT THE EXPENSE OF LIVES

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 BETWEEN HUNGER AND FIRE: POWER AT THE EXPENSE OF LIVES
 BETWEEN HUNGER AND FIRE: POWER AT THE EXPENSE OF LIVES

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Nagorno-Karabakh Republic has been totally blockaded for several months. All the lines of communication between Artsakh and the outside world are under control of Azeri OMON units and paramilitary forces. Armenian-populated capital of Karabakh – Stepanakert – and other inhabited areas of the republic are subjected to day-and-night shelling.