6 October 2022

LATEST UPDATES: Armenia warns deadly violence with Azerbaijan could escalate to war

Armenia is warning deadly violence with Azerbaijan could escalate to war.
Armenia's prime minister says he is asked a Russian-led security force to intervene.
The Russian-led Collective Security Treaty Organisation is sending a fact finding mission.
At least 155 soldiers have been killed from both sides in worst fighting since 2020.
UN, US and EU call for an immediate end to fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe
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