In the war-torn disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh, our reporters Luke Shrago and Tarek Kaï recently saw first-hand how local Armenians 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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