02 April 2016
Dozen of people have been killed in clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia in two disputed Caucasus region of Nagorna-Karabakh.
Armenia said 16 ethnic-Armenia soldiers had died in the fighting, among the worst in two decades., reports the BBC.
The Azerbaijan armed forces said they had come under fire from large-calibre artillery and grenade launchers whilst taking over two strategic ills and a village in the Nagorno-Karabakh region.
The Nagorno-Karabakh has been in the control of ethnic Armenian separatists since the war ended in 1994.
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