Clashes resumed in Azerbaijan and Armenia hours after the ceasefire Clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia resumed hours after the ceasefire.
Clashes resumed just hours after a ceasefire between Azerbaijan and Armenia, according to a foreign news agency.
According to the news agency, seven powerful explosions took place in the capital of Karabakh just hours after the implementation of the ceasefire yesterday.
Clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the Karabakh conflict began last month, killing more than 450 people so far.
The two sides announced a ceasefire on Saturday, mediated by Russia, but clashes resumed hours later, with both sides accusing each other of violating the ceasefire.
Azerbaijani officials say a temporary ceasefire was for the exchange of prisoners and bodies, and will not back down from efforts to regain control of Karabakh.
Turkey has said a ceasefire is the first important step, but it is the last chance for Armenia to withdraw from Karabakh.