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The latest clashes broke out on Sept. 27 with both countries declaring military mobilization.
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Armenians and Azerbaijanis in Moscow Pay Tribute to Karabakh Victims

Sunday marked three weeks since the start of the latest escalation in fighting between longtime foes Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh.

A Moscow-brokered ceasefire has proven to be unreliable as military and civilian casualties continue to rise on both sides.

Over the weekend, members of the Armenian and Azerbaijani diasporas in Moscow gathered near their respective embassies to commemorate the victims, setting up improvised memorials with flowers, candles, toys and portraits.

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