Azerbaijan is threatening to shell the capital of the disputed Nagorno Karabakh region amid clashes with ethnic Armenian separatists. The Kremlin has called for the fighting to stop, but the Azeris have a powerful supporter: the Turkish president.
Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed to resume a dialogue to end fighting over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh. The presidents of the two countries held talks with US, Russian and French mediators.
Armenia's ruling Republican Party, led by President Sargsyan, is leading in key parliamentary elections, according to preliminary results. The opposition has claimed there was widespread voter fraud.
Fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region has resumed. Caucasus expert Uwe Halbach dates the territorial conflict back to the Soviet Union era.
The Azeri town Tartar is on the border of the Nagorno-Karabagh region. Locals have witnessed decades of clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Many have been forced to flee. DW's Seda Serdar went to learn more.
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