Caught in middle, Russia seeks swift end to Nagorna-Karabakh fighting

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    Russia, France and the US have called for an immediate ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan. FRANCE 24 correspondent Nick Holdsworth reports the conflict puts Moscow in a difficult position due to its military ties and strategic interests in the region.

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