Local human rights officials say at least 27 people, including two civilians, have been killed after Azerbaijan attacked Armenian-controlled areas

Dozens of people – both civilians and troops – have been killed and hundreds wounded in fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh, according to local officials, after Azerbaijan launched attacks on the disputed region.

Azerbaijan’s presidential administration said what it described as an “anti-terrorist operation” would continue until “illegal Armenian military formations” surrendered and the separatist government of Nagorno-Karabakh dismantled itself.

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