Thousands of soldiers march through Baku on September 27. The marchers are holding placards depicting soldiers and civilians killed in 2020, the most intense escalation since the 1994 truce that turned the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region into a "frozen conflict."
A memorial service in Stepanakert, known as Xankandi in Azeri, on September 27. The city is the largest in the Nagorno-Karabakh region still under control of ethnic Armenians. Armenia’s prime minister has vowed to commit to the “revival and further development” of those parts of the region that remain in Armenian hands.
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