Nagorno-Karabakh | No ceasefire for Hadrut?

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    An RT correspondent, at the scene, has discovered that #Hadrut, a town in the Armenian-controlled region of #NagornoKarabakh which Azerbaijan claims to have “liberated,” is at least partially still not under Baku’s control. RT’s Igor Zhdanov traveled to the small town, which has been the subject of conflicting claims by Azerbaijan and Armenia amid the ongoing flare-up in the breakaway region. It is located in the southeast of the territory that the self-proclaimed Nagorno-Karabakh Republic keeps under its control in the wake of the 1990s war with Azerbaijan. MORE: https://on.rt.com/as9d

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