Life in fear | Air-raid sirens heard overnight in Nagorno-Karabakh

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    Yerevan and Baku have accused each other of breaking the ceasefire declared on Saturday. The nations are fighting over #NagornoKarabakh, an Armenian-populated part of Azerbaijan, with hundreds reported killed during the flare-up. The mutual accusations came on Sunday just hours after the fighting was supposed to be stopped by all sides on midnight Sunday local time (20:00 GMT). Azerbaijan said its opponents shelled locations around the town of Jabrayil which were claimed to have been captured by Azerbaijani troops during the hostilities. #Armenia said #Azerbaijan broke the truce twice, firing artillery shells and rockets and attempting to move troops into a more favorable position. MORE: https://on.rt.com/asrj

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