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65 Azerbaijani civilians killed in Karabakh conflict

Azerbaijan has accused Armenia of repeatedly breaching international law during their fight for Karabakh. Baku says Yerevan continues to target civilian areas. Armenia denies the accusations. TRT World’s Melinda Nucifora met a family whose young relative was killed on Saturday in a missile strike 40km away from the conflict zone. Azerbaijan-Armenia Conflict 👉 http://trt.world/1pj4 #Azerbaijan #Armenia #WarCrimes

Armenia targets civilians in Azerbaijan's Ganja

Armenia targets civilians in Azerbaijan's Ganja

Ceasefire reportedly violated within minutes of announcement

Ceasefire reportedly violated within minutes of announcement

Tell Me: Azerbaijan Under Fire

Tell Me: Azerbaijan Under Fire

Armenia continues shelling Ganja, killing 13 civilians

Armenia continues shelling Ganja, killing 13 civilians

Biden says vaccinations will not be mandatory in US

Biden says vaccinations will not be mandatory in US

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Artists protest against crackdown on freedom of expression

Artists protest against crackdown on freedom of expression

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Germany gears up for vaccine rollout

Germany gears up for vaccine rollout

Biden says people should wear masks for 100 days of his term

Biden says people should wear masks for 100 days of his term

Germany hopes to approve Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine soon

Germany hopes to approve Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine soon

Thousands of Rohingya forcibly sent to Bangladeshi island

Thousands of Rohingya forcibly sent to Bangladeshi island

Boeing 737 MAX back in sky after 20-month ban

Boeing 737 MAX back in sky after 20-month ban

People with disabilities struggle in Palestine

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New breed of tuk tuks hits Uganda's streets

New breed of tuk tuks hits Uganda's streets

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