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Azerbaijan agrees to give Armenian forces more time to leave part of territory ceded in a Russian-brokered ceasefire deal
Nikol Pashinian says other towns in the region could have been seized by Azerbaijan if he had not accepted the Russian-brokered agreement
Russia said Monday that one of its military helicopters was shot down in Armenia, near the border with Azerbaijan, killing two servicemen.
The farmers claim that when Armenians took control of the dam in 1992, they diverted the water away from them.
Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed to a third attempt to establish a ceasefire after four weeks of hostilities, but immediately accused each other of breaching it.
As Armenian and Azerbaijani diplomats arrived in the US for peace talks, fighting continued over Nagorno-Karabakh.
Family members grieve at the grave of an Azerbaijani soldier killed in Nagorno-Karabakh.
People in Martuni, Armenia have been issued guns to defend their town as skirmishes between Armenia and Azerbaijan continue.
Armenia's Nikol Pashinyan and Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan discussed the flare-up in violence in Nagorno-Karabakh during exclusive interviews with Euronews.
French, Russian and US presidents issue a joint statement urging the leaders of Azerbaijan and Armenia to return to the negotiating table