An Armenian soldier fires artillery on the front line, during fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces over the breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh on October 25th, 2020. Photograph:   Aris Messinis/AFP via Getty Images

Baku denies border incursion six months after fierce Nagorno-Karabakh fighting

Ukrainian politician Viktor Medvedchuk answers journalists’ questions as he leaves the prosecutor general’s office in Kiev after a hearing on Wednesday. Photograph: Sergei Supinsky/AFP via Getty Images

Putin’s friend Viktor Medvedchuk accuses Kiev’s leaders of ‘persecution’

Video footage shared on social media showed emergency service vehicles parked outside the school, with people running towards the building. File photograph: iStock

Teenage ex-pupil arrested after children jump for their lives from upper floors

 Romanian president  Klaus Iohannis (left) and Polish president Andrzej Duda  reviewing   an honour  at Cotroceni Presidential Palace in Bucharest, Romania. Photograph:  EPA/Robert Ghement

Biden backs closer co-operation with Nato states from Baltic to Black Sea

Arthur, believed to have been the biggest brown bear in the European Union, pictured  in the Carpathian Mountains in Romania in  August 2019. Police have opened a criminal investigation into the 17-year-old’s shooting. Photograph:  EPA/Agent Green NGO

Arthur (17) killed instead of ‘problem’ bear that bothered Transylvanian village

Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy greets US secretary of state Antony Blinken in Kiev. Photograph: EPA

US secretary of state urges Kiev to pursue reforms and fight corruption

Visitors at the Festetics Palace, in Keszthely, Hungary as  restrictions ease for those  holding immunity certificates. Photograph: Gyorgy Varga / EPA

Country has world's highest coronavirus death rate despite swift vaccine rollout

A healthcare worker checks a woman before she gets a dose of Russia’s Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine in Moscow on April 26th. Photograph: Natalia Kolesnikova/AFP

Surge in new Covid-19 cases in Moscow causes alarm ahead of 10-day holiday

Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov. Photograph: YURI Kochetkov/Pool/AFP via Getty

Sofia says explosions destroyed munitions ‘bound for Ukraine and Georgia’

Polish prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki: called a  video conference with his Czech, Slovak and Hungarian counterparts to discuss the diplomatic  dispute, and Russia’s recent build-up of troops near Ukraine. Photograph: Wojciech Olkusnik

Moscow and EU and Nato capitals continue wave of diplomatic expulsions

This handout picture released by the Russian defence ministry shows  forces taking part in a military drill along the Opuk training ground not far from the town of Kerch, on the Kerch Peninsula in the east of the Crimea. Photograph: Vadim Savitsky/Russian Defence Ministry/AFP via Getty

Diplomatic tension continues as Prague tells Moscow to recall dozens of embassy staff

Opposition supporters attend a rally in support of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny in Moscow on Thursday evening. Photograph:  Natalia Kolesnikova/AFP

Hundreds detained at rallies in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny stands in a cage in the Babuskinsky District Court in Moscow, Russia. Photograph: Alexander Zemlianichenko File/AP

Speculation swirls over Putin’s intentions in Ukraine and Belarus amid tensions with West

Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov. Photograph: Russian foreign affairs ministry/Handout/EPA

Germany, France and Ukraine urge Russia to end troop build-up near Ukrainian border

Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova accused the US of using its currency and the global financial system as ‘a tool of its aggressive policy’. Photograph: EPA

Moscow says additional measures ‘dangerously raise temperature of confrontation’

Newly elected Kosovo president Vjosa Osmani is sworn in at the parliament in Pristina. Photograph: Valdrin Xhemaj/EPA

Vjosa Osmani says EU-brokered talks offer Belgrade a chance to seek forgiveness

US secretary of state Antony Blinken: ‘If Russia acts recklessly, or aggressively, there will be costs, there will be consequences.’  Photograph: Alexander Drago/AFP via Getty Images

Kremlin denies blocking negotiations and rejects US calls to halt troop build-up

 Hungarian minister of foreign affairs and trade Peter Szijjarto, right,  receives Slovakian finance minister Igor Matovic  at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Budapest, on April 9th. Photograph: Lajos Soos/ EPA

‘Congratulations idiots!’ Slovak finance minister tells critics of his Sputnik V deal

Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelenskiy visits the eastern Ukrainian conflict zone: Some claim his adoption of a tougher line towards Donbas is a bid to boost his sagging ratings. Photograph: Presidential Press Service

Merkel urges Russia to stop troop build-up as Putin blames Kiev for soaring tensions

 Newly-appointed Czech health minister Petr Arenberger (right) and Czech prime minister Andrej Babis during a press conference  in Prague, Czech Republic. Photograph: EPA/Martin Divisek

Blatny defied pressure from the president who wants to buy Russian and Chinese vaccines

Nato secretary general Jens Stoltenberg, who spoke to Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, in relation to its membership action plan. Photograph: Olivier Hoslet/EPA

Russia warns Kiev and starts combat-readiness drills as four Ukrainian troops killed

More than 14,000 people have been killed in fighting in Donbas since 2014. File photograph: Alexander Ermochenko/EPA

Kremlin says troop movements are ‘no threat’ as shelling threatens Donbas truce

Election poster for  Bulgarian prime minister and leader of centre-right Gerb party Boyko Borisov: Critics say he presides over a crooked system that enriches only a tiny elite. Photograph: Nikolay Doychinov/AFP

PM Boyko Borisov tipped to win after riding out protests over corruption and poverty

From left: Polish prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban and Italian senator and head of the Lega Nord (Northern League) party Matteo Salvini pose for photos after a press conference  in Budapest. Photograph:   Attila Kisbenedek/Getty Images)

Nationalists call for return to ‘traditional values’ and limits on EU power

 Italian foreign minister Luigi Di Maio:  “We expressed the Italian government’s resolute protest.” Photograph: Fehim Demir/EPA

Scandal comes after Bulgaria smashed ‘spy ring’ and sent Russians home

Igor Matovic:  “I have always followed the Old Testament rule of an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. Today I’ve turned the other cheek . . . and it was damn hard.” Photograph:   Joe Klamar/AFP via Getty Images

Debate over Sputnik V continues as Serbia vaccinates thousands of foreign visitors

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny standing in a cage in the Babuskinsky district court in Moscow on February 20th. Photograph:  Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP

Putin foe says he is being denied proper medical care as allies rally support for protests

People queue at the entrance of a Covid-19 testing lab at the Polish-German border in Slubice, western Poland. Photograph: Lech Muszynski/EPA

Two more ministers quit Slovak cabinet in crisis sparked by Russian vaccine row

Slovak prime minister Igor Matovic has been urged to resign by the country’s president, Zuzana Caputova.  Photograph: Joe Klamar/AFP via Getty Images

Igor Matovic lambasted over handling of pandemic and Russian vaccine deal

A police officer guards the entrance of the Russian embassy in Sofia, Bulgaria, on  January 23rd, 2021. Photograph: Georgi Paleykov/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Sofia arrests defence ministry and intelligence staff as relations with Moscow sour

US president Joe Biden said he agrees with the assessment that his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin is a ‘killer.’ Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

‘It takes one to know one,’ Putin responds as Moscow recalls envoy for consultations

 Serbia’s prime minister Ana Brnabic has announced the closure of non-essential shops and services until Monday. Photograph: Andrej Isakovic/AFP via Getty Images

Estonia’s PM tests positive as it registers world’s highest per capita infection rate

Slovakia’s prime minister,  Igor Matovic,  and health minister  Marek Krajci give a press statement at the International Airport Kosice, Slovakia, on March 1st. File photograph: Peter Lazar/AFP via Getty

Poland, Serbia and Estonia tighten lockdown as Covid-19 surges in central Europe

Vaccines from Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinopharm being unloaded in Budapest, Hungary. Photograph: Zsolt Szigetvary/EPA

Vaccine debate intensifies as pandemic's third wave batters central Europe

A man uses his mobile phone on Red Square in downtown Moscow on Wednesday. Photograph: Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP

Twitter punished for ‘illegal content’ and sued over pro-Navalny protest posts

A healthcare worker treating a homeless man in a hotel in Prague, Czech Republic. Germany and Switzerland has agreed to take Czech Covid patients. Photograph: EPA/Martin Divisek

Czech and Slovak hospitals to send patients abroad to ease Covid-19 pressure

Slovak prime minister Igor Matovic (right) and health minister Marek Krajci at Kosice airport when a delivery of the Sputnik V vaccine arrived from Russia. File photograph: Getty

Prime minister Igor Matovic denies Sputnik V is part of Moscow’s ‘hybrid war’ with EU

Georgian   prime minister Irakli Garibashvili insisted his government was “solidly committed to dialogue, to ensure that we normalise the political situation in country as soon as possible”. Photograph:  Vano Shlamov/AFP

Neighbouring Armenia also tense as prime minister defies army officers’ call to resign

Opposition supporters march through the streets of Yerevan on Friday to demand prime minister Nikol Pashinyan’s resignation over his handling of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict with Azerbaijan. Photograph: Karen Minasyan/AFP via Getty Images

Government-military standoff in Yerevan continues after alleged ‘coup attempt’

Armenian prime minister Nikol Pashinyan meets with his supporters gathered on Republic Square in downtown Yerevan on February 25th. Photograph: Karen Minasyan/AFP via Getty

Crisis sparked by Azerbaijan’s military victory in Nagorno-Karabakh region deepens

Medical workers move a Covid-19 patient into an ambulance in Cheb, Czech Republic. Photograph: Petr David Josek/File/AP Photo

Poland and Czech Republic reimpose restrictions as Slovakia seeks EU vaccine help

 A man holds a Georgia-shaped sign depicting the national flag during an opposition rally in support of Nika Melia in front of parliament in Tbilisi on Tuesday. Photograph: Zurab Kurtsikidze/EPA

Tbilisi government defends actions as EU and US concerned at deepening crisis

Members and supporters of right-wing parties hold placards  during a rally under the motto ‘Stop collaborationism’ held outside   President Volodymyr Zelenskiy office in Kiev. Photograph: Sergei Supinsky/AFP

Oligarch Viktor Medvedchuk accused of financing Moscow-led militants

Giorgi Gakharia, who has stepped down as Georgia’s prime minister. “Unfortunately, I could not reach a consensus with my team on this issue,” he said.  Photograph: Lex Van Lieshout/ANP/AFP via Getty Images

EU and US call for dialogue as Black Sea state's political deadlock deepens

Critics of populist Slovak prime minister Igor Matovic say the pandemic has exposed his cabinet’s inexperience. Photograph: Lukasz Gagulski/EPA

Slovakia seeks foreign medics and eyes Russian vaccine as death rate soars

 People on  a picket in front of the Polish television building in Warsaw, Poland. Protesters object to the plan to impose tax burdens on private broadcasters. Photograph: Radek Pietruszka/EPA

Brussels also urges Hungary to allow top independent radio station to stay on air

Vetevendosje leader Albin Kurti talks to the media after he voted in the parliamentary elections, in Pristina, Kosovo, on Sunday. Photograph: Valdrin Xhemaj/EPA

Albin Kurti's leftist party dominates vote with pledge to fight graft and poverty

A Hungarian receives on of the first doses of the Russian vaccine. Hungary expects to receive 600,000 doses of Sputnik V and 500,000 doses of Sinopharm’s vaccine this month. Photograph: Getty Images

Country hopes to deploy China’s Sinopharm coronavirus inoculation soon

Leader of the movement Self-determination (Vetevendoje) and candidate for prime minister Albin Kurti at the closing electoral rally in Pristina, Kosovo on Friday. Photograph: EPA

War veterans' political failings under spotlight as corruption and poverty top agenda

Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko attends the All-Belarusian People’s Assembly in Minsk on Thursday. Photograph: Maxim Guchek/Pool/EPA

Critics say Russian-allied autocrat is playing for time with regime-led reform debate

Daily newspapers headlines with a special message ‘Media without choice’ at one of the kiosks in the centre of Warsaw, Poland. Photograph: Albert Zawada/EPA

Hungary adds to EU concerns as independent radio station is ordered off air

Chelsea’s Russian owner Roman Abramovich. Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty

Eight priority targets described as ‘enablers and beneficiaries of Kremlin kleptocracy’

A protest against the jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny in St Petersburg, Russia, on January 31st. Photograph: AP Photo/Valentin Egorshin

German, Swedish and Polish diplomats accused of attending anti-Putin protests

Relatives and friends of those detained during recent rallies in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny bring food and clothing to a detention centre on the outskirts of Moscow on Thursday. Photograph: Nikolay Korzhov/AFP via Getty Images

Independent Russian media condemn police violence and ‘mass arrests’ of journalists

 European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell speaks during a press conference following a meeting with EU Ministers of Foreign Affairs at the EU headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Photograph: John Thys/EPA

Moscow dismisses West’s ‘hysteria’ over imprisonment of Putin’s chief rival

 Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny inside a glass cell during a court hearing in Moscow on February 2nd, 2021. Photograph: Alexey Pavlovsky/Moscow City Court press service/AFP via Getty Images

Moscow rejects EU and US ‘meddling’ as riot police arrest anti-Putin protesters

 Alexei Navalny stands inside a defendants’ cage during a court hearing in Moscow on Tuesday. Photograph: Moscow city court press service handout/AFP via Getty Images

Putin critic given 3½-year sentence after recovering from nerve agent poisoning

Yulia Navalnaya (left): Wife of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny at a hearing at the Shcherbinsky district court. She was detained at a rally for her husband. Photograph: Shcherbinsky district court press service

Russian opposition leader due in court amid crackdown on anti-Putin protesters

Russian police officers detain a protester during in Moscow on Sunday. Photograph: Yuri Kochetkov/EPA

Moscow accuses US of whipping up support for jailed campaigner Alexei Navalny

Oleg Navalny, brother of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, inside a defendant dock at the Tverskoi district court. Photograph: Handout/Press service of Tverskoy District Court of Moscow/AFP via Getty

Police warn of possible clashes and tell Russians to stay away from Sunday's rallies

Poster depicting Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny behind bars with a dove freeing him, by street artist  Harry Greb, in Rome. Photograph:  EPA/Fabio Frustaci

Wife Yulia softens edges and broadens appeal of Putin foe and anti-corruption fighter

Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin: A 35-minute call described as “business-like and frank”. Photographs: AFP via Getty Images

Biden's first call with Putin sets tone for tougher US stance on Russia

Kaja Kallas, leader of Estonia’s Reform party, will head a 15-member government comprising appointees from her centre-right Reform party and the centre-left Centre party. Photograph:  Raigo Pajula/AFP via Getty Images

Kaja Kallas to take power after graft scandal ends far right's spell in government

Riot police detain a woman during a protest against the jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny in Pushkin square in Moscow. Photograph: Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP Photo

Tens of thousands answer protest call from jailed campaigner Alexei Navalny

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s spokeswoman Kira Yarmysh enters the Savyolovsky district court prior to a hearing into her case in Moscow. Ms Yarmysh spent the night in jail and is accused of violating legislation on public gatherings and could be detained for 10 days. Photograph: Kirill Kudryavtsev/Getty Images

Jailed campaigner's allies arrested and social media warned before Saturday's rallies

The developers of Sputnik V list Serbia, Argentina, Algeria and the United Arab Emirates among countries that have approved the vaccine. Photograph: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg

‘Hungarians need the vaccine, not an explanation’ about why it is not available, says PM

People  queue to get  Russia’s Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine in a vaccination centre in the GUM State Department store in Moscow on Wednesday. Photograph: AP

Sputnik V wins emergency approval along with AstraZeneca vaccine

 Former Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev: “The state of relations between Russia and the US now causes great concern.” Photograph:  Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images

Navalny, energy and Ukraine among many areas of friction, but arms pact deal achievable

 Opposition leader Alexei Navalny is escorted out of a police station in Khimki, outside Moscow,  following the court ruling that ordered him to be jailed for 30 days. Photograph: Alexander Nemenov/AFP via Getty Images

Russia ‘does not intend to listen’ to West’s views on jailed opposition figure

A handout picture posted by Kira Yarmysh, press secretary of Alexei Navalny, on Twitter shows the anti-corruption activist  and his wife Yulia  before passing the border control at the Sheremetyevo airport in Moscow, Russia, on Sunday. Photograph: EPA

Ireland joins EU and US in decrying arrest and calling for investigation into poisoning

 Kremlin critic  Alexei Navalny, photographed in Moscow in 2018. Photograph:  Mladen Antonov/AFP via Getty

Anti-corruption campaigner could face arrest after surviving nerve agent attack

A clinic where patients were administered Russia’s Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine in Moscow, December 7th. Photograph: Sergey Ponomarev/The New York Times

Kiev urges EU and US to help eastern European allies source vaccines

Former Estonian prime minister Juri Ratas  in Tallinn after resigning on January 13th. Photograph:  Raigo Pajula/AFP via Getty Images

Juri Ratas and controversial far-right coalition partner deny wrongdoing

Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev, Russian president Vladimir Putin  and Armenian prime minister  Nikol Pashinyan  at a joint news conference on Nagorno-Karabakh in the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia. Photograph: Michail Llimentyev/Sputnik/Kremlin Pool

Putin hails Russian-brokered Nagorno-Karabakh deal as key to regional peace and prosperity

The wreckage of the Ukrainian  passenger   aircraft downed by Iranian armed forces on January 8th, 2020, near Tehran, killing all 176 people  on board. Photograph:  EPA/Abedin Taherkenareh

Obfuscation over missile strike that killed 176 undermines trust towards Tehran

Russian president Vladimir Putin:  Allies said the US could no longer lecture other nations on the health of their political systems or rule of law. Photograph:  Mikhail Klimentyev/Sputnik/AFP via Getty Images

Moscow lambasts ‘archaic’ American democracy while Merkel ‘furious’ at scenes

 A woman with a child  on an almost empty Charles Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic, as Covid-19 lockdown continues.  Photograph: Martin Divisek/EPA

Thirteen EU states urge bloc to share vaccine with Balkan and eastern neighbours

Migrants warm themselves by a campfire during a winter day in January at the remains of the Lipa camp outside Bihac, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Photograph:  Fehim Demir/EPA

Some 3,000 people are living rough near border in situation dubbed ‘humanitarian disaster’

At a press conference, Vladimir Putin said 2020  had been a year like any other ‘with pluses and minuses’. Photograph: EPA/Alexei Nikolsky

Kremlin portrays critics as foreign agents while Biden pledges tough US line on Moscow

A man prepares to cast his vote for local elections in Mostar, southern Bosnia and Herzegovin, the first since 2008. Photograph: Elvis Barukcic

Local teacher's European court victory paved way for Bosnian city's return to polls

Belarusian women protest against the government of president  Alexander  Lukashenko in Minsk, Belarus on Wednesday. Photograph: STR/EPA

Pro-democracy protesters to march again as Vatican expresses concern over crisis

Hungary’s prime minister Viktor Orban built border fences in 2015 to block mostly Muslim refugees and migrants, and defended what he called traditional Christian and European values. Photograph: Geert Vanden Wijngaert/Bloomberg

Viktor Orban’s ‘illiberal’ government in tussle with Brussels over migration issues

Politician Vazgen Manukyan (third from right) attends a march to demand the resignation of Armenia’s prime minister Nikol Pashinyan over a controversial peace agreement with Azerbaijan that ended six weeks of war over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Photograph:  Karen Minasyan/AFP via Getty Images

Skirmishes shake Russian-brokered peace and fuel anti-government anger in Armenia

Workers in protective suits disinfect against the spread of  Covid-19 at the Polish parliament headquarters in Warsaw. Photograph: Mateusz Marek/EPA

Central Europe on guard as winter follows hard second wave of pandemic

Viktor Orbán, Hungary’s prime minister, greets Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, during a roundtable meeting at an EU leaders’ summit in Brussels on Thursday. Photograph: Dursun Aydemir/Anadolu Agency/Bloomberg

Nationalist leaders claim victory in dispute over tying €1.85tn package to rule of law

Lyudmila Soboleva, a doctor, is inoculated with Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine for Covid-19, in Moscow.

Drug has already been given to 150,000 Russians despite trials continuing

Azerbaijani soldiers during a military parade dedicated to the victory in the Nagorno-Karabakh armed conflict, in Baku, Azerbaijan. Photograph: EPA

Armenian protesters demand government resign over ‘treacherous’ defeat

Polish prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban after meeting in Budapest in November. Photograph: Andrzej Lange/EPA

Nationalist governments blocking €1.8tn package over rule-of-law link

Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov (left) and AfD co-chairman Tino Chrupalla greet each other during their meeting in Moscow. Photograph: EPA

Navalny poisoning and Berlin ‘contract hit’ the latest issues to strain bilateral relations

Romanian president Klaus Iohannis arrives to vote at Jean Monnet high school polling station, in Bucharest on December 6th. Photograph: Bogdan Cristel/EPA

Social Democrats win Covid-19 dominated vote but lack coalition partners

President-elect  of Moldova Maia Sandu:  Former World Bank economist who wants Moldova to join the EU is set to be sworn in as the country’s first female president. Photograph: Dumitru Doru

Maia Sandu condemns corruption and record of Russian-backed president Igor Dodon

Romania’s premier and the leader of PNL Ludovic Orban speaks with   reporters during a campaigning event   in Bucharest, Romania. Photograph: Robert Ghement/EPA

Social Democrats tap anger over coronavirus response in bid to regain power

Russian president Vladimir Putin has told health officials to start widespread vaccinations next week, adding that Russia has produced close to two million doses of its Sputnik V vaccine. Photograph: Alexander Nemenov /AFP

Medics and teachers first in line as Russia rolls out Covid-19 vaccine

  A man wearing a  face mask places Christmas decorations over a shop window during preparations for reopening in Prague, Czech Republic,  on Wednesday. Photograph: Martin Divisek/EPA

Kremlin says 2 million doses of Russia's Sputnik V vaccine will soon be available

Jozsef Szajer resigned as an MEP for the Fidesz party, which portrays itself as a staunch defender of “traditional” values. Photograph:  Peter Kohalmi/AFP via Getty Images

Jozsef Szajer stopped by police after being spotted ‘fleeing along gutter’

Opposition supporters hold former  flags of Belarus as they gather to protest against police violence and the Belarus presidential election results in Minsk. Photograph: Stringer / AFP via Getty

More than 20,000 people detained in brutal crackdown on demonstrators

A protester wearing a T-shirt with a former Macedonian flag and holding a photograph of revolutionary figure Goce Delchev and a placard that reads as ‘Get up Goce, they sold you’, during an anti-government protest in Skopje in September.Photograph: Robert Atanasovski/AFP/Getty Images

Nationalists angry as Skopje government tries to ease friction with Sofia

Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban (right) welcomes Polish prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki for their meeting  in Budapest. Photograph: Zoltan Fischer/Hungarian prime minister’s press office/AFP via Getty

Nationalist governments vetoed EU budget and recovery fund over ‘blackmail’ fears

A  volunteer is injected with a dose of Russia’s Covid-19 vaccine, Sputnik V.

Country and foreign partners plan to make enough to inoculate 500m people next year

Azerbaijani tanks  as army units enter the Aghdam region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Photograph:   Azerbaijani defence ministry  via Getty Images

France fears Russia and Turkey may exclude west from Armenia-Azerbaijan peace process

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