Explosions Rock Cities As Armenia-Azerbaijan Fighting Escalates.

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Cities on both sides of the conflict between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces have been by hit by sustained rocket and artillery fire, marking an escalation in fighting that was already some of the heaviest since a truce in 1994. Hopes for peace talks were further dimmed by bellicose speeches by the two countries' leaders,

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