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Armenia says over 28,000 refugees arrived from Nagorno-Karabakh

Azerbaijan rejects Armenia peace talks planned in US
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Armenia on Tuesday said 28,120 refugees have so far arrived from Nagorno-Karabakh, a majority ethnic Armenian breakaway enclave defeated in a lightning offensive by Azerbaijan last week.

Azerbaijan opened the only road leading from the region to Armenia on Sunday, four days after the rebels agreed to disarm under the terms of a ceasefire agreement that puts the disputed region under Baku’s control.

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