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Thousands flee Nagorno Karabakh, prompting international concern
The USAID chief has described the experiences of those fleeing Nagorno Karabakh as harrowing - while on a visit to the Armenian border where thousands are seeking refuge from the Azerbaijani takeover. Also: A Saudi delegation is paying a rare visit to Palestinian officials in the occupied West Bank as Riyadh continues normalisation talks with Israel, and an A-I app that helps blind people envisage the world around them.
'Chaos' as thousands flee Nagornoh-Karabakh
The International Red Cross steps up efforts to cope with the exodus of ethnic-Armenians. Also: Kyiv claims the Admiral in charge of Russia's Black Sea Fleet died following Ukraine's recent attacks in occupied Crimea, and could scientists have cracked one of mankind's embarrassing problems -- how do you get rid of smelly garlic breath?
Ethnic Armenians flee Nagorno Karabakh after military takeover
Armenians flee Nagorno Karabakh as fears grow of an ethnic bloodbath following Azerbaijan's military takeover. Also: a deal to end the Hollywood writers’ strike after almost 150 days, and Lego's plastic bottle recycling plan: why people won't be lining up for blocks.
3 dead in Kosovo monastery stand-off
Belgrade and Pristina blame each other for the violence in the mainly Serb-populated north of Kosovo. Also: Hundreds of ethnic Armenians flee Nagorno Karabakh following Azerbaijan's seizure of the territory, and a NASA space capsule returns to Earth with samples from an asteroid that could shed new light on how planets were formed.
Urgently needed aid sent to Nagorno-Karabakh
Food supplies arrive in the Armenian-majority enclave after Azerbaijan captured the disputed territory. Also: Ukraine says senior Russian commanders were injured in a missile strike on its Black Sea fleet HQ, and how French film survives despite not meeting its production costs.