T he day the Azerbaijani shelling began, Genadi Hyusunts had just taken his four-day-old
son home from the hospital. Within hours, he had to hustle his wife, newborn
child and six other children to a shelter in his native Martakert,
on the front line of a three-decade confl ict with Azerbaijan.
There, his family faced days of hunger and sleeplessness in an
overcrowded basement – while he headed for the front line as part
of a desperate defence of what Armenians see as their ancestral homeland.
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