Foreign media: Azerbaijani and Armenian exchange bodies of 200 dead

According to the news agency Moscow on November 17, Russian state media quoted the Red Cross on Tuesday that Azerbaijan and Armenia exchanged the remains of 200 people who died in the conflict in the Naka region, according to the news agency Moscow on November 18. The report quoted Peter Maurer, chairman of the International Committee of the Red Cross, as saying that the remains were exchanged in the presence of Russian peacekeeping forces. A spokesman for the Red Cross, who is responsible for dealing with the Naka conflict, did not confirm the number of remains exchanged, but said the process began last week. It is reported that more than 1000 people have been killed in the six week conflict between Azerbaijan and neighboring Armenia over the Naka region.