Reports suggest that fighting is continuing near the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh. The territory, which sits within the legally-recognised borders of Azerbaijan, is controlled by forces backed by neighbouring Armenia.
Armenia says it is not directly involved in a conflict, but that is rejected by Azerbaijan.
The past month has seen the worst violence there since the mid-1990s. The BBC’s Tom Burridge travelled to the region of Agdam in western Azerbaijan.
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