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YEREVAN, Armenia—Clashes resumed between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces on the South Caucasus nations’ shared border on Thursday morning, with both sides blaming each other for attacks that continue the worst outbreak of hostilities in years.

Armenia’s Defense Ministry accused Azerbaijani forces of trying to infiltrate the country. Ministry spokeswoman Shushan Stepanyan said that Armenian forces were able to deter the attack.

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