The conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh has resulted in hundreds of civilian deaths and thousands displaced.
The Armenian Church has blamed the Azerbaijani military for shelling a historic cathedral in the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Turkey sent hundreds of fighters from northern Syria to fight as mercenaries against Armenia and in support of Azerbaijan.
Officials in Nagorno-Karabakh say nearly two hundred Armenians were killed as a result of the attacks.
Armenian Christians are the first victims of this new wave of violence in the Caucasus.
The escalation of violence is a result of the weak reaction of the international community to the "Four Day War" of 2016.
Armenian Christians remain in a particularly sensitive geographic position which constantly threatens their security.
In recent months, the repression of religious minorities and direct attacks on religious freedom have increased in Turkey.
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