All-out war? Armenia, Azerbaijan clash over Nagorno-Karabakh

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    Why are Armenia and Azerbaijan back to the brink of all-our war? Dozens killed in a flare-up of July’s tensions in the separatist Armenian-speaking enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh. This time, it has escalated with both sides declaring martial law and competing images to back up rival claims. It has escalated and could escalate even further, what with Turkey jumping to Azerbaijan’s defense and/or president Recep Tayep Erdogan pulling no punches this time. What is Ankara’s next move? What response from Russia in standoff that pits against each other two former Soviet republics.

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