On the frontline | Azerbaijan and Armenia respond to Moscow’s calls for peace talks

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    The disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region has been gripped in violent clashes for the past two weeks, and in the latest incident, three Russian journalists were injured when a 19th-century cathedral was shelled twice in one day. Meanwhile, the Azerbaijani authorities claim that seven people were injured in recent shelling by Armenian forces. However, hopes for a peace deal are growing stronger, with both Armenia and Azerbaijan having now confirmed their participation in talks brokered by President Putin.

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