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Armenia says 49 soldiers killed in attacks by Azerbaijan

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Forty-nine Armenian soldiers have been killed in nighttime attacks by Azerbaijan, the country’s prime minister said Tuesday. Azerbaijan resonded that it had been retaliating following Armenian attacks. There have been frequent reports of shootouts along their shared border since the end of the 2020 war. The neighbours fought two wars -- in the 1990s and in 2020 -- over the Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Published 5 months ago · Baku, Azerbaijan

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Azerbaijan says 50 military personnel died in clashes with Armenia

Armenia said earlier on Tuesday that at least 49 of its soldiers were killed in the deadliest fighting between Azerbaijan and Armenia since a 2020 war.

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