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Armenians rush to pack and leave Nagorno-Karabakh ahead of Azerbaijan handover

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Armenians rush to leave the village of Nor Maragha, near Aghdam in the contested Nagorno-Karabakh region, with their belongings. As part of a Russia-brokered deal, Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh must return the Aghdam, Kalbajar and Lachin districts to Azerbaijan starting on November 20, with a completion deadline of December 1.

Added on the 19/11/2020 12:17:58 - Copyright : AFP EN

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