Fire Resumes on Armenia-Azerbaijan border

UPDATE: Armenia’s Defense Ministry reports that at roughly 5:30 pm local time on January 11, the Azerbaijani Armed Forces resumed fire on the eastern part of the Armenian-Azerbaijani border. Artillery and drones are being used. As of 6pm, the exchange of fire continues between the sides. So far, three soldiers have been wounded on the Armenian side.

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