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  • Russia has moved trucks mounted with rocket launches into the land corridor between Armenia and Azerbaijan following the latest ceasefire there.

  • Some 2000 Russian troops have been deployed for peacekeeping after the conflict, but the crisis here isn't over.

  • The hardware that Reuters reporters have seen moving include a tank and a Soviet era system that can fire 40 rockets in around 20 seconds.

  • Their deployment suggests Moscow isn't taking any chances as its forces secure the territory.

  • Meanwhile, Armenia is battling through political chaos which prompted its foreign minister to resign on Monday.

  • Prime minister.

  • Nickel passion Ian's government has faced intense backlash after signing the ceasefire which lost them much of their territory in the contested Nagorno Karabakh region.

  • Thousands have protested, demanding his resignation.

  • Armenia's president also said the government should step down.

  • Onda snap parliamentary election should be held The ceasefire ended weeks of fighting in Nagorno Karabakh.

  • The place is internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan but was populated by ethnic Armenians who see the deal as a defeat.

  • Armenians living in the surrounding villages held tearful prayers before leaving the territory.


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Armenia's conflict is over, but turmoil remains

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/20
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