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Breaking news for the morning of October 18

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Armenia and Azerbaijan accused each other of violating a new ceasefire in the Karabakh conflict zone, which entered into force at midnight on Sunday, October 18, local time (23:00 Moscow time, Saturday, October 17). The Foreign Ministries of Armenia and Azerbaijan published statements stating that the decision on the new ceasefire was made in accordance with the statement of the Presidents of Russia, France and the United States of October 1 and the statement of the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs dated October 5, as well as in accordance with the agreements reached in Moscow 10 October.
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, urged not to look for a “Chechen trace” in the murder of a teacher near Paris. According to him, a native of Russia, who killed a history teacher in France on October 16, has hardly been to Chechnya. Mr. Kadyrov noted that “the criminal has no nationality.” About murder
Over the past 24 hours, 52 patients with COVID-19 coronavirus have died in Moscow, the city’s operational headquarters said. The total number of deaths in the capital has reached 5958. In total, more than 357 thousand cases of coronavirus infection have been detected in Moscow, and 272 thousand people have recovered. On Russia’s readiness for the second wave
US President Donald Trump said that the United States will establish the world from a position of strength, after it has developed new weapons and became the most powerful country in the world from a military point of view. He expressed the hope that weapons will never have to be used.

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