Angry protesters demanding PM Nikol Pashinyan step down try to storm parliament as the latest clashes between the Caucasus neighbours leave over 150 soldiers dead, most of them Armenians.
It is part of a strategic transportation route that extends from Azerbaijan’s Baku to Türkiye’s Kars province, passing through Armenia.
Comments by Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian come as tensions are rising between his country and Azerbaijan, which heavily relies on Israeli weapons.
“Those who want to see the difference between civilisation and vandalism should come and look at the difference between the two periods in Karabakh,” Turkish President Erdogan said while addressing the Azerbaijani parliament.
Turkey is a US ally and a NATO member, but under President Erdogan’s assertive foreign policy, Ankara has shown the capacity to go its own way if necessary.
The two neighbours in the South Caucasus are locked in conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh, a region of Azerbaijan under the control of ethnic Armenian forces backed by Armenia.
In France's eastern city of Dijon, the tension was sparked by an attack on a 16-year-old member of the Chechen community on June 10.
Turkey's largest television and radio network TRT starts publishing its news channel TRT Russian on digital platforms.
The Circassians, a predominantly Muslim people, suffered greatly under the Russians and were subjected to ethnic cleansing in 1864 where some 400,000-500,000 people are believed to have died.
"Ramzan Kadyrov was taken by plane to Moscow with a suspected case of coronavirus. Now (he) is under medical supervision," state news agency TASS reported.
Georgia's track record as a dependable NATO ally and its geostrategic importance make a convincing case for the country's membership to the Alliance.
While European and American diplomats are preoccupied with Brexit, Iran or US elections, something might be simmering in Georgia that deserves their attention.
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