Massacres are unfolding in Nagorno-Karabakh. The enclave in the South Caucasus is the centre of dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Recent military clashes between the two countries have led to hundreds of people dying, including military personnel and civilians. They are the deadliest clashes since the 1991-94 war over Nagorno-Karabakh that killed about 30,000.
To understand why we’re seeing a resurgence of deadly violence, Emanuela Campanella takes a deep dive into the contested region’s turbulent past.
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