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Armenia, Azerbaijan Hold U.S. Talks Hours After New Shootout
Armenia and Azerbaijan held peace talks on Monday, mediated by the United States, just hours after a fresh shootout along their troubled border in a conflict...
Putin Says Normalization in Yerevan and Baku's Interests
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday he hopes for "normalization" of ties between rivals Armenia and Azerbaijan who pledged not to resort to force...
Israel Says it Plans to Open Transit Camps for Russian Jews in Azerbaijan
The Israeli government has said it intends to open temporary camps in Azerbaijan for Russian Jews seeking to move to Israel in the wake of the war in Ukraine...
deadly border clashes
Putin Urges ‘Restraint’ After Armenia, Azerbaijan Fighting
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday said Moscow was worried about fresh fighting between ex-Soviet countries Armenia and Azerbaijan, calling on...
Death Toll in Armenia-Azerbaijan Border Clashes Rises to Over 170
Baku and Yerevan had traded accusations of initiating the violence which saw 105 Armenian troops and 71 Azerbaijani servicemen killed.
Armenia, Azerbaijan Peace Process in Peril After Clashes
Russia had earlier announced that it had negotiated a ceasefire following clashes that killed at least 100 troops on both sides.
Russia-Led Military Bloc Dispatched to Armenia After Azerbaijan Clashes
The mission is tasked with “assessing the current situation” and “drafting proposals for the de-escalation of tensions.”
regional power vacuum
'Difficult Moment for Russia’ as Fighting Flares Between Armenia and Azerbaijan
“We were hearing the sound of rockets. It was very scary,” said an Armenian living near the border with Azerbaijan.
Russia Says Negotiated Ceasefire in Deadly Armenia-Azerbaijan Border Clashes
At least 49 people have been killed in the latest fighting.
Russia Calls for ‘Restraint’ in Restive Karabakh
Armenia's prime minister had earlier voiced rare criticism of ally Moscow, questioning the work of Russian peacekeepers in Nagorno-Karabakh.
Russia Accuses Azerbaijan of Breaking Karabakh Ceasefire
Six weeks of fighting over the region in the autumn of 2020 claimed more than 6,500 lives and ended with a Russian-brokered ceasefire agreement.
Russia to Assist Armenia-Azerbaijan Peace Talks – Lavrov
Russia has lost its status as mediator in the territorial dispute between the two countries, with the EU now leading normalization efforts.
Kremlin Hails 'Very Positive' Progress on Armenia-Azerbaijan Talks
Armenian and Azerbaijani officials are preparing for peace talks over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, following fighting in the area in 2020.
Nervousness in South Caucasus as Russia Distracted in Ukraine
Russian weakness has traditionally been a harbinger of unrest in the region.
Armenia Seeks Russia Aid in Nagorno-Karabakh Flare-up
The latest clashes are widely seen as a consequence of Russia's war in Ukraine.
Azerbaijan Walks Back Plans to Erase Armenian Traces From Churches
The ministry published a statement addressing "reports circulated by some biased foreign mass media outlets over the past few days."
CALMING THE WATERS
Putin Urges Armenia, Azerbaijan to Ease Tensions in Rare Meeting
Putin gathered the leaders for a face-to-face meeting in the Black Sea resort of Sochi.
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Putin to Host Armenia, Azerbaijan Leaders as Fighting Renews
The planned summit follows some of the worst fighting between the Caucasus foes since last year's war over Nagorno-Karabakh.
Armenia Announces Russia-Mediated Truce With Azerbaijan
Clashes between the arch-foes sparked fears of another flare-up over the Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Armenia Seeks Russian Military Aid in New Escalation With Azerbaijan
Yerevan said an attack by Azerbaijani forces at the Nagorno-Karabakh border ended in Armenian deaths and territorial losses.
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