Nagorno-Karabakh: Sirens, shelling and shelters in Stepanakert

An elderly couple walks slowly to one of the city’s few remaining open shops. A car filled with men in fatigues, waving as they pass by, heads towards the eastern edge of the city and the front line. Journalists in front of the Hotel Europe, wearing helmets and ballistic jackets, plan their day.

The wail of air sirens is a regular feature, forcing anyone outside to hurry for cover.

An elderly couple walks slowly to one of the city’s few remaining open shops. A car filled with men in fatigues, waving as they pass by, heads towards the eastern edge of the city and the front line. Journalists in front of the Hotel Europe, wearing helmets and ballistic jackets, plan their day.

The wail of air sirens is a regular feature, forcing anyone outside to hurry for cover.

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