5 Oct 2020

On the frontline of Armenia’s conflict with Azerbaijan

Foreign Affairs Correspondent

Armenia and Azerbaijan are blaming each other for the surge in fighting across the disputed enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh – which has already left over 200 people dead.

Most of the territory is ethnically Armenian. Their forces have controlled it since the end of the separatist war in 1994 – even though it’s located inside Azerbaijan.

Fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh has intensified over the last 8 days, with reports of heavy artillery fire on it’s capital, Stepanakert, since Friday.

Baku claims that Armenian forces have shelled civilian areas in several towns, including the city of Ganja – which lies outside the territory.

This programme has been able to film inside the enclave – revealing what’s happening on the frontline of the conflict.