Armenia has called on Russia to deploy troops along its border with Azerbaijan to prevent further violence.
PM Nikol Pashinyan says the move would allow border demarcation to be carried out without the risk of military clashes.
Incident was one of deadliest since a six-week war between ethnic Armenian forces and Baku over Nagorno-Karabakh.
Azerbaijan’s serious crimes court says those sentenced will be deported after serving their prison terms.
The standoff could delay plans to pump more oil through the end of the year to cool oil prices.
UEFA sponsors such as Volkswagen have been barred from using rainbow-coloured ads on billboards.
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Three killed and four wounded after anti-tank mine explodes in the Kalbajar region.
Azeri soldier wounded in enclave of Nakhchivan following fire from Armenian forces along shared border, Baku says.
Azerbaijan accuses the Armenian soldiers of trying to cross into its territory in the Kelbajar border region.
Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Defence denies accusations it had fired across the border at Armenian positions.
Move by Moscow comes after Armenia accused Azerbaijan of sending troops across the border last week.
Azerbaijan dismisses the accusations, saying it was enforcing its own border and is committed to easing tensions.
World oil consumption will rebound by a vigorous six million barrels a day this year, according to OPEC+ estimates.