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Prosecutor General’s Office opened a criminal case for possible torture and inhumane treatments of Armenians by Azerbaijani soldiers.

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Some mass media and social network pages spread videos of Azerbaijani servicemen insulting the bodies of Armenian servicemen killed during the combat operation to liberate our lands, as well as inhumane treatment with captured Armenian servicemen.

On the basis of the materials collected in connection with the mentioned information, the Military Prosecutor’s Office initiated a criminal case under Articles 115.2 (torture, cruel or inhumane treatment) and 245 (insulting acts on a grave or corpse) of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Azerbaijan, currently implementing necessary investigative operational measures on those video footages, measures are being taken to identify and bring to justice the guilty persons.

 Persons who have committed such illegal acts will be identified and brought to justice, and the public will be provided with detailed information on the progress and results of the investigation.

 The Prosecutor General’s Office once again warns citizens and servicemen of the Republic of Azerbaijan about the inadmissibility of the above-mentioned violations.

 It is also stated that the investigation is conducted under the criminal cases initiated in the Investigation Department of the General Prosecutor’s Office regarding conduction of archaeological excavations by Armenia on our occupied territories beginning from 1992, plundering of historical monuments of material and cultural heritage, environmental crimes, the necessary investigative and operational measures including also visual inspection of scene of incident on our territories liberated from occupation are already implemented and the grounded proofs are obtained during those investigative actions regarding destruction of the historical monuments by Armenians. 

But unlike Armenia, the Republic of Azerbaijan being the place where various cultures join, is renown worldwide as the country where the national and cultural diversity environment is formed, various nations and different confessions coexist in peace, law and order, mutual understanding and dialogue condition. 
Our citizens should refrain from actions not corresponding with our culture and mentality by taking as a basis the values of tolerance and multiculturalism. 
 It should be noted once again that the destruction of historical, religious and cultural monuments on our territories liberated from occupation or infliction of damage on it in any form is unacceptable. 
The General Prosecutor’s Office declares that the taking of measures envisaged in law will be ensured in regard to military and civilian persons who committed law violations of similar nature.

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Armenia reports 26 new COVID-19 deaths

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Armenia confirmed 1,277 new coronavirus cases, bringing the nationwide case tally to 138,508, Report says, citing the National Center for Disease Control and Prevention of the Ministry of Health.

The death toll reached 2,254 as 26 more fell victims to the virus. So far, 113,228 people have recovered from the infection.

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Azeri Light oil price nears $ 49

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Azeri LT CIF crude oil, exported from Azerbaijan to the world markets, increased $ 0.50 (+1.03%), settling at $ 48.88 per barrel, Report says.

The lowest price for Azeri Light was recorded on April 21, 2020 ($ 15.81), and, in July 2008, the all-time high was $ 149.66.

Since pharmaceutical companies started announcing vaccine breakthroughs three weeks ago, the oil market has seen the gloom from the soaring coronavirus cases turn into optimism that vaccine availability would help global economic recovery and a rebound in oil demand at some point next year.

Hedge funds and other money managers have been net buyers of the most important petroleum futures and contracts since November 9, when Pfizer and BioNTech started the race to take vaccines to approval within weeks and to people within months.

At the end of the most recent reporting week to November 24, portfolio managers held the most bullish overall position in oil in three months—since the end of August, suggesting that the market hopes that vaccines will help global oil demand.

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OPEC+ plans gradual recovery of production volumes

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OPEC+ discussions on the deal parameters from 2021 now boil down to proposals for a gradual easing of the decline in oil production over several months..

According to Report, it was reported to Bloomberg by one of the delegates of the Alliance.

"OPEC + discussions are now focusing on proposals to ease production cuts over several months gradually," the delegate said. However, he did not disclose the terms and parameters of a possible easing.

Notably, now OPEC+, according to the deal that started in may, reduces oil production by 7.7 million barrels per day. It is further assumed that from January 2021 to the end of April 2022, OPEC+ will reduce oil production by 5.8 million barrels per day. The Alliance is thinking of postponing this step for some time, but there is no consensus yet.

After a two-day break following an inconclusive OPEC meeting, the OPEC+ countries will meet again at the negotiating table on December 3 via videoconferencing. Members of the Alliance must finally decide on the deal's parameters to reduce production for 2021.

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