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Azerbaijan says army enters last district handed over by Armenia

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Azerbaijani forces move into the final district given up by Armenia as part of the November deal that stopped an Azerbaijani offensive that had reclaimed swathes of territory lost to Armenian separatists in a 1990s war.

Added on the 01/12/2020 17:08:41 - Copyright : AFP EN

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