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English: Internally displaced Azerbaijanis from the Armenian-occupied zone of Azerbaijan (Nagorno-Karabakh and the surrounding regions)
Türkçe: Dağlık-Karabağ savaşı döneminde göç etmek zorunda kalan bir Azeri kadını kucağında bebeğiyle birlikte.
Date 1993
Source Azerbaijan: Land of Fire. Azerbaijan International. Sherman Oaks, 1996
Author Oleg Litvin
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