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By Avet Demourian, Associated Press
Armenia accused Azerbaijan of firing missiles into the capital of the separatist territory of Nagorno-Karabakh on Monday, while Azerbaijan said several of its towns and its second-largest city were attacked.
Heavy fighting this week between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces has killed dozens and left scores wounded.
The president of Azerbaijan on Wednesday said Armenia's withdrawal from Nagorno-Karabakh was the sole condition to end fighting over the separatist territory, a scenario at odds with Armenia's views on ending the crisis.
Fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces over the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh is continuing for a second day with both sides blaming each other for resuming the attacks that have reportedly killed and wounded dozens.
Fighting erupted anew Sunday between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces over the disputed separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh and a top territorial official said 16 people were killed and more than 100 wounded, while Azerbaijan’s president said his military has suffered losses.
Three days of fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces have killed at least 16 people in the worst outbreak of hostilities between the neighboring countries in years.
By Associated Press
The Trump Organization has canceled a licensing deal for a hotel in Azerbaijan and is taking steps to do the same for a project in neighboring Georgia, part of a string of recent efforts by the president-elect to extricate his…
By Anya van Wagtendonk
The state of human rights in Azerbaijan requires “urgent attention,” the commissioner of a European watchdog organization said Wednesday. Nils Muižnieks, Commissioner for Human Rights at the 47-nation Council of Europe, said in a press release Wednesday that “no…
President Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin met in Maine Monday to discuss Iran's nuclear ambitions and a missile defense system in Europe. Foreign policy analysts assess where the two leaders made progress.
President Bush is scheduled to hold a critical meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in a few weeks to discuss a nuclear shield in Europe. A spokesman for Putin outlines key differences between the two countries.
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