Armenia-Azerbaijan clashes: Dozens killed along border near Nagorno-Karabakh
17 September 2022 | 3:49 pm
Armenian and Azerbaijani soldiers exchanged artillery fire near Nagorno-Karabakh, prompting fears of escalation similar to the 2020 war. Both sides blamed each other for the initial provocations.
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