Through the Fog Nagorno-Karabakh Settles in for Five Years of Uncertainty

Russian troops have arrived in Nagorno-Karabakh to keep the peace, but thousands of Armenians are having to flee the region. They are leaving nothing to the arriving Azerbaijanis – and it is unclear when normalcy might return.
Peacekeeping troops in Dadivank

Peacekeeping troops in Dadivank

Foto: Johanna-Maria Fritz / DER SPIEGEL
Photo Essay from Nagorno-Karabakh
Foto: Johanna-Maria Fritz / DER SPIEGEL
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Photo Essay from Nagorno-Karabakh

DER SPIEGEL 48/2020
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Titelillustration: SAMSON / DER SPIEGEL

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Father Hovhannes: "How long will the peacekeeping troops be around? Five years? Fifty years? Nobody knows."

Father Hovhannes: "How long will the peacekeeping troops be around? Five years? Fifty years? Nobody knows."

Foto: Johanna-Maria Fritz / DER SPIEGEL
Russian peacekeeping troops in Shusha.

Russian peacekeeping troops in Shusha.

Foto: Johanna-Maria Fritz / DER SPIEGEL
Volodya Grigoryan and his son-in-law in their home in Yeghegnut. They must now leave.

Volodya Grigoryan and his son-in-law in their home in Yeghegnut. They must now leave.

Foto: Johanna-Maria Fritz / DER SPIEGEL
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