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Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict, 1988-1994

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Topical headingNagorno-Karabakh Conflict, 1988-1994
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Variant(s)First Karabakh War, 1988-1994
First Nagorno-Karabakh War, 1988-1994
See alsoArmenia (Republic)--History--1920-1991
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Armenia (Republic)--History--1991-
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Found inWork cat.: 95-194966: Gaibov, I. Armenian terrorism, 1992: 1st p. (bloody conflict ... by Armenian terrorists) 3rd p. (war against the Azeri people)
WWW Virtual Library, REESWEB, Armenian Research Center at Univ. of Mich. Dearborn Center: Fact sheet--Nagorno-Karabagh, dated April 3, 1996 (The "Karabagh Movement" began in late 1988; was one of the first "independence movements" in the Soviet Bloc. On Jan. 6, 1992, the Autonomous Region of Mountainous Karabagh (also known in America as Nagorno-Karabagh) declared independence as the Republic of Mountainous Karabagh. On June 12 the Azeris launched an offensive; resulted in armed conflict until a tenuous cease-fire in late 1994; conflict is referred to as "war between the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabagh and the Azeri leaders in Baku," "six-year-old war." Current situation--"no peace, no war.")
Britannica book of the year, 1995: p. 376 ("in 1995 Russia brokered a cease-fire ... in an attempt at settlement of the conflict")
Collier's international yearbook, 1995: p. 154 ("six-year-war")
Americana 1996 annual: p. 450 ("conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabagh")
Britannica book of the year, 1994: p. 423, under Armenia (war over Nagorno-Karabakh) under Azerbaijan (Armenian territorial and military gains in Nagorno-Karabakh)
2021062889; Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, 2022: CIP galley (the first Karabakh War, 1991-1994; during the First Nagorno-Karabakh War between Armenia and Azerbaijan, the UN Security Council adopted four resolutions, namely, 822, 853, 874, 884, as a result of the occupation of Azerbaijani regions that were outside of the former Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast by Armenian forces; The resolutions condemned the occupation of these Azerbaijani regions and demanded respect for its sovereignty and territorial integrity; the Security Council demanded the immediate cessation of hostilities and hostile acts that endangered peace and security in the region, and the immediate, full and unconditional withdrawal of all forces from all the occupied territories of Azerbaijan)