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    Karabakh Conflict: New Footage Shows Armenian, Azerbaijani Attacks on One Another’s Positions


    Sunday marked the seventh straight day of fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh between forces from the Armenian-backed self-proclaimed Republic of Artsakh and the Azerbaijani . At least 36 civilians and hundreds of troops are thought to have been killed, with both sides also accusing each other of deliberately targeting populated areas.

    The Armenian Artsakh Defence Army and the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defence have published footage of artillery, and missile strikes on one another's positions and military equipment.

    The Artsakh Defence Army footage shows attacks on Azeri positions, with large plumes of smoke seen rising from ruins and entrenched areas after being hit by artillery, and tanks crewed by Azerbaijani soldiers exploding after being hit, presumably by anti-tank missiles.

    The compilation video released by the Azerbaijani military shows missile guidance footage of attacks on Artsakh command centers, mobile artillery, entrenchments, tanks, rocket artillery, and moving vehicles.

    The videos' release comes in the wake of reports from the Armenian side Sunday morning that Azerbaijani forces have resumed attacks on the Artsakh capital of Stepanakert, and reports from Baku that Armenian forces have struck populated areas in the Azerbaijani city of Ganja.

    Russia, the United States, , and the European Union have called on both sides to put a halt to the fighting immediately and to sit down for peace talks. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has…

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