The fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh extends to the territories of Azerbaijan and Armenia

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The fighting between Azerbaijan and Armenia and the forces of the separatist province of Nagorno-Karabakh continues for the third day in a row, and the two countries have blamed each other for expanding the shelling into their territories. This is the most extensive round of fighting between the two former Soviet republics since the 1990s, and the world is calling for an end to violence.

Armenia’s Foreign Ministry said one of its civilians was killed in an artillery shelling and attack by an Azerbaijani army UAV on the town of Vardnis, where a civilian bus was reported hit.

According to the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense, the Armenian army shelled the Dashkens province on its territory, killing two civilians. Birban denies.

As of Sunday, more than a hundred people had been killed, including 83 soldiers from the Nagorno-Karabakh forces. Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev said ten civilians had been killed since the beginning of the fighting, but Baku did not reveal any casualties in its ranks.

Armenia, whose majority of its citizens are Christians, and Azerbaijan, whose majority of its citizens are Muslims, have declared general conscription and a military regime in parts of their territories. Armenia has banned men aged 18 and over from leaving the country without a permit. They both blame each other at the beginning of the fighting, which could drag the neighboring powers.

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