Azerbaijan claims second city has been attacked

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    Azerbaijan’s second largest city has been attacked by missiles from Armenia as the conflict ramps up, an aide to the Azerbaijani president claimed. The development marks a sharp escalation in the war that broke out a week ago in the South Caucasus despite calls from Russia, the US, France and the EU to call a ceasefire. Until now, the main fighting had been between Azerbaijan and the separatist territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, an ethnic Armenian enclave inside Azerbaijan that is also known as Artsakh.

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