The general picture of the coverage of the Karabakh conflict in the Foreign media from October 25 to 28

From October 25 to 28, 2020, “Media Advocate” initiative monitored the publications of 5 leading foreign media outlets to find out how the foreign media covered the actions unleashed by Azerbaijan. The websites of the following media outlets were monitored: “BBC”, “CNN”, “Reuters”, “Associated Press” (AP), and “Deutsche Welle” (DW-English version). Keep Reading

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The general picture of the coverage of the Karabakh conflict in the Foreign media from October 25 to 28

From October 25 to 28, 2020, “Media Advocate” initiative monitored the publications of 5 leading foreign media outlets to find out how the foreign media covered the actions unleashed by Azerbaijan. The websites of the following media outlets were monitored: “BBC”, “CNN”, “Reuters”, “Associated Press” (AP), and “Deutsche Welle” (DW-English version). Keep Reading

The general picture of the coverage of the Karabakh conflict in the Russian media on October 29

On October 29, 2020, “Media Advocate” initiative monitored the publications of 5 leading Russian media outlets to find out how the Russian media covered the actions unleashed by Azerbaijan. The following media outlets were monitored: “Lenta ru”, “Gazeta ru”, “Ria Novosti”, “Regnum”, and “TASS”. Keep Reading

The general picture of the coverage of the Karabakh conflict in the Foreign media from October 25 to 28

From October 25 to 28, 2020, “Media Advocate” initiative monitored the publications of 5 leading foreign media outlets to find out how the foreign media covered the actions unleashed by Azerbaijan. The websites of the following media outlets were monitored: “BBC”, “CNN”, “Reuters”, “Associated Press” (AP), and “Deutsche Welle” (DW-English version). Keep Reading

The general picture of the coverage of the Karabakh conflict in the Russian media from October 27 to 28

From October 27 to 28, 2020, “Media Advocate” initiative monitored the publications of 5 leading Russian media outlets to find out how the Russian media covered the actions unleashed by Azerbaijan. The following media outlets were monitored: “Lenta ru”, “Gazeta ru”, “Ria Novosti”, “Regnum”, and “TASS”. Keep Reading

The general picture of the coverage of the Karabakh conflict in the Russian media on October 26

On October 26, 2020, “Media Advocate” initiative monitored the publications of 5 leading Russian media outlets to find out how the Russian media covered the actions unleashed by Azerbaijan. The following media outlets were monitored: “Lenta ru”, “Gazeta ru”, “Ria Novosti”, “Regnum”, and “TASS”. Keep Reading

The general picture of the coverage of the Karabakh conflict in the Foreign media from October 22 to 24

From October 22 to 24, 2020, “Media Advocate” initiative monitored the publications of 5 leading foreign media outlets to find out how the foreign media covered the actions unleashed by Azerbaijan. The websites of the following media outlets were monitored: “BBC”, “CNN”, “Reuters”, “Associated Press” (AP), and “Deutsche Welle” (DW-English version). Keep Reading

Some statements are unacceptable in these days of war

These days, some Armenian media outlets and individuals publish comments and posts that may be in Turkey’s interest which is engaged in this war and contradict official statements. This, in turn, contributes to the creation of an atmosphere of panic. “Media Advocate” initiative has singled out the comments of media outlets and Facebook statements that can pose a threat to national security, and become a direct blow to the state interest in a state of war.
We appeal to the Police and the National Security Service to consider the following comment with Areg Kochinyan, former spokesman for the Security Council Secretary (https://www.1in.am/2844964.html).

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