Hyderabad: With the emergence of new security challenges, the boundaries of modern day battlefield have increasingly moved into the dimensions of virtual, cyber and...
Azerbaijan and Armenia have been locked in a bitter conflict over Karabakh since Armenian separatists backed by Yerevan seized control of the mountainous province in a 1990s war that left 30,000 people dead.
The EU official said he spoke to the Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan "to impress upon them that the ceasefire should be unconditional and strictly respected".
The fighting on the contact line in Nagorno-Karabakh have been ongoing since September 27, with Yerevan and Baku accusing each other of starting the firing.
One witness said they were woken by a huge blast that levelled an entire square block of one- and two-floor houses in the early hours of the morning, leaving nine apartments destroyed.