Baku: Clashes have started again between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Both sides have accused each other of violating the ceasefire. Both Azerbaijan and Armenia are former Soviet states that gained independence in 1991. A war broke out and thousands died.
Azerbaijan has a population of more than 10 million, in which the majority are Muslims, while Armenia has a population of 30 million Christians.
In 1988, Armenians started a movement in Nagorno-Karabakh, and in 1991, the region declared independence, and war broke out between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
There was a war between the two sides in 2020, Azerbaijan took control of a large part of Nagorno-Karabagh with the help of Turkey, 6 thousand 600 people were killed and thousands were injured in this war, Russia mediated and after the ceasefire, the Russian army was posted in the area.
The site of recent fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan is at least 200 kilometers away from Karabakh, with experts fearing that the clashes could lead to a full-scale war between the two countries.