Few people have heard of Nagorno Karabakh but it remains one of the most mine-affected places in the world. Karabakh is a disputed region in the Trans-Caucasus. Internationally recognised as part of Azerbaijan, it is populated primarily by ethnic Armenians, who declared independence in 1988. This resulted in a war from 1992 to 1994, which ended with a ceasefire that left Nagorno Karabakh and seven surrounding Azerbaijani provinces controlled by Armenians. Landmines were used extensively.
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