Shusha: after the April 4 Day War
Modern.az reported that Russian traveler Pavel Morovkin visited Nagorno Karabakh several months after the Four Day War in April, and captured by camera the situation in occupied Shusha, which is frequently called the 'cradle' of Azerbaijani culture.
The traveller said that people living in Shusha do not want to continue living there, and that they feel a constant sense of discomfort and anxiety.
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