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Nagorno-Karabakh: Azerbaijan and Armenian forces fight new clashes

Azerbaijan and Armenian forces have resumed fighting in a major eruption of their decades-old conflict. Russia says its military is closely watching, while France and Turkey trade barbs as tension mounts.

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