(Live Science) Since the end of September, hundreds of soldiers and civilians are thought to have been killed in a rapidly developing conflict between the rival Caucasus nations of Armenia and Azerbaijan.
But why are they in conflict? […]
“I don’t think anyone knows for sure why this recent conflict started now. It looks like Azerbaijan started it, but it’s difficult to know what really happens in the confusion when skirmishes break out,” Radnitz told Live Science. […]
Perhaps the most worrisome part of this recent violence is the tone of statements coming from Azerbaijan, Radnitz said. “They’re saying that they won’t stop short of recovering all the occupied territories and [Nagorno-]Karabakh. It’s hard to get a face-saving compromise when that’s the wording.” […]
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