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Steinbach: During Karabakh war, int’l community showed it has its own agenda

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The experience of the past 30 years has shown that seemingly both sides could not come to a diplomatic solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Udo Steinbach, professor at the German University of Marburg, told Report, commenting on the results of the 44-day war between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

"The international community, on the other side, has shown that it has an agenda of its own (if at all it has an agenda). The EU has not felt an urgency to engage itself as a mediator; obviously, it sees the conflict as marginal in terms of its interests. The US focuses on Georgia to win the country over to an anti-Russian posture. And Russia may feel satisfied to have come back as a decisive actor in the South Caucasus. Still, Moscow feels embarrassed over the democratic agenda of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan," Steinbach noted.

He added that the return of internally displaced persons to their native lands, which they left 30 years ago, and the restoration of the destroyed infrastructure in the liberated territories is quite a costly business that will require significant investments.

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Another Azerbaijani judoka wins medal

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Azerbaijani judoka Mammadali Mehdiyev (90 kg) won a bronze medal at the Grand Slam tournament in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Report informs that the 28-year-old athlete defeated Uzbekistan's Shermuhammad Jandreev in the match for third place.

Mehdiyev's medal is Azerbaijan's second in the Tashkent Grand Slam. On March 6, Rustam Orucov (73 kg) also won a bronze medal for Azerbaijan.

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Oncologist reveals alarming symptoms of tongue cancer

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Neoplasms, cracks, and bruising in the mouth may indicate the development of tongue cancer, Report informs, citing Russian oncologist Mikhail Myasnyankin.

According to the specialist, the first signs of oncology appear as cracks in the mucous membrane of the tongue and pain around them. Bad breath and bleeding appear in the later stages.

“The main risk factors for developing tongue cancer include smoking, especially along with strong alcohol, chewing various mixtures, and background diseases,” Myasnyankin said.

He also noted that sometimes poor-quality prostheses are the cause of oncology.

“With this type of cancer, people might find it difficult to speak clearly and even eat independently. In such a case, it is necessary to consult a doctor at the first symptoms,” the specialist advised.

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Footage from liberated Suma village of Azerbaijan’s Aghdam district

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The Azerbaijani Defense Ministry has prepared video footage from the village of Suma in Azerbaijan's Aghdam district liberated from the Armenian occupation.

Report presents the footage below:

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