Artillery strikes have been reported along a long stretch of the Armenia-Azerbaijan border, fueling fears of another round of fighting between the two neighbors over the long-disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. The clashes come nearly two years after a ceasefire agreement was signed in November 2020; the deal – brokered and backed by Russia – saw large tracts of territory transferred from Armenia to Azerbaijan, in addition to coastal and other areas captured by Baku during the fighting.