Violence Erupts Between Armenia And Azerbaijan Over Long-Disputed Region

Each country is blaming the other for initiating the conflict, which has reportedly left civilians dead on both sides. Armenia has declared martial law and mobilized its military.
Servicemen and members of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation gather after the Armenian government declared martial law and military mobilization amidst growing conflict with Azerbaijan. Source: Melik Baghdasaryan

Fighting broke out between Armenia and Azerbaijan in the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh on Sunday, causing casualties on both sides and prompting the Armenian government to declare martial law and mobilize its military.

The conflict is the latest eruption of violence in a over the region, which lies within the borders of Azerbaijan but is controlled by ethnic Armenian forces. Both countries

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