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Many villages have become border settlements, with no buffer zone.
President’s party wins again as pressure grows on independent observers and opposition forces.
Officials warn that historic sites in areas under Baku’s control risk damage.
While their visible presence is reassuring, questions still remain over longer-term solutions.
Families of detainees demand answers about the fate of loved ones.
17 Dec 20
Residents return to a very different reality.
16 Dec 20
Mapmakers face long sentences if convicted of handing territory to Azerbaijan.
11 Dec 20
Families whose houses were destroyed in the conflict face a cold winter and uncertain future.
3 Dec 20
The sector exists simply to idolise the president and serve the ruling class.
2 Dec 20
Maintenance of shared facility could lead to power cuts next year.
26 Nov 20
Thousands of residents have already come back, but many face a challenging future.
24 Nov 20
But without snap elections, majority coalition likely to block reforms.
23 Nov 20
Regional centre aims to improve historically low rates of detection.
19 Nov 20
The upset may prove to be a turning point for the current administration.
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