Why fighting between Armenia, Azerbaijan has regional implications

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Published on 8 Oct 2020, 23:01
Fighting has broken out between two former Soviet republics, Azerbaijan and Armenia, over Nagorno Karabakh, an enclave of ethnic Armenians. Hundreds of lives have been lost since the violence started on September 27th, but with most of the world distracted by the pandemic, the conflict has received little attention. Special correspondent Simon Ostrovsky reports on what could become a regional war.

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