Tens of thousands flee Nagorno-Karabakh as fighting continues

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    Goris is one of many Armenian cities now struggling to accommodate an influx of people fleeing fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh. As the conflict nears the end of two weeks, it has so far displaced tens of thousands, who have had homes and livelihoods destroyed. FRANCE 24 correspondent Gulliver Cragg reports from Goris.

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