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Euronews 16 Nov 2020

Azerbaijan agrees to extend deadline for Armenian forces to leave ceded territory

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Azerbaijan agrees to give Armenian forces more time to leave part of territory ceded in a Russian-brokered ceasefire deal


Azerbaijan agrees to give Armenian forces more time to leave part of territory ceded in a Russian-brokered ceasefire deal
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