In war-torn Nagorno-Karabakh, residents find strength in their faith
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In the war-torn disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh, our reporters Luke Shrago and Tarek Kaï recently witnessed on the ground how much Armenian residents are bolstered by their Christian faith. Religion gives them the strength to keep going, despite the weeks-long conflict between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces. From weddings to group prayers, plus food and clothing for those in need, the church has a strong presence in their daily lives.
Editor's note: This report was filmed before the Azerbaijani army entered the strategic town of Shushi and prior to the announcement of a ceasefire.
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