Thousands of people in are currently protesting the ongoing warfare in — a region of the world that borders and , reports.
- People have been protesting in Beverly Hills, waving Armenian flags and raising signs.
The said close to 100,000 people have participated in the marches.
- “In coming together today as a community, we’re hoping to demonstrate, through this great show of solidarity, is the need for the international community to act, the need for the international community to condemn Azerbaijan and Turkey’s aggression and to immediately place sanctions on Turkey and Azerbaijan and all military assistance to those two countries,” Alex Galitsky of the Armenian National Committee of America told
Protests have been seen across the country — from Boston to Los Angeles to New York City and Chicago.
Fighting broke out in Nagorno-Karabakh back in September. Fears arose of an all-out war in the area, which could create a large scale skirmish.
- The region is recognized as a part of But it is populated by
- The two agreed to a ceasefire over the weekend. But then the two sides accused each other of trying to hurt the deal. have begun to worry about a crisis in the area because of the buckled discussions, reports.