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Armenia imposes martial law after clashes with Azerbaijan

Armenia imposes martial law after clashes with Azerbaijan

The long-running dispute in the south Caucasus attracts regional and western concern because the area is a corridor for pipelines carrying oil and gas from the Caspian Sea to global markets.

Turkey has strong cultural and economic ties with Azerbaijan and has threatened to stand with it in any conflict. Russia, another regional power, is traditionally close to Armenia but has had growing links with Azerbaijan’s elites in past years.

Trudeau warns of 'climate reckoning' in UN address, urges shake-up of global establishment

Trudeau warns of 'climate reckoning' in UN address, urges shake-up of global establishment

"Right now, our world is facing a climate reckoning," Trudeau said. "We are at this point because of our collective inability, over the past decades, to make the tough decisions and sacrifices needed to fight climate change and save future generations."

The world needs a new way of thinking in order to address the challenges of climate change, inequality and health care.

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