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15 August 2012 Military sports camp opens in NKR

 Traditional military sports camp has opened at Gandzasar Monastery, Martakert region, NKR. The organizer is the Motherland Defender youth organization, ArmInfo's correspondent to Stepanakert reports.

The camp involves 120 young people from NKR and 15 compatriots from Stavropol region, Russia.  The program includes military games, sport competitions, visits to military units, training voyages, lectures etc. 

The event organizers say camping is a good opportunity to unite the youth and promote communication with army, as well as to introduce
the combat efficiency and morale of the Armenian soldier.

Arthur Haroutiunyan, Head of the NKR Rescue Service, says such camping educates patriotic youth, develop various skills necessary for army service.

The participants from Russia say they have got new impressions and friends in Nagorno Karabakh.

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10 August: There are reports of fresh violence on the line of contact separating Armenian and Azerbaijani forces in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone. Azerbaijani sources report that one soldier was killed and another injured at around 10.00 pm on Saturday in incidents near the Tovuz region. Armenian sources report widespread cease fire violations overnight, but have not spoken of any casualties.
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