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Russia's conundrum in the Caucasus

20 October 2020

2:21 AM

20 October 2020

2:21 AM

For the second time since fighting began on 27 September, a humanitarian ceasefire was agreed between the warring countries of Azerbaijan and Armenia — and, for the second time, it was quickly broken.

Momentum is now firmly in Azerbaijan’s favour, with Azeri forces capturing a number of towns and settlements in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh.

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