Land Mines Are Randomly Hidden All Over The Armenia-Azerbaijan Border
The explosives are remnants of the region's conflict from the '90s.By Melissa Prax | August 27, 2016
Hidden land mines are a part of daily life for for those living by the Armenia-Azerbaijan border.
"I found something unfamiliar in the field, I touched it, and it exploded in my hand and injured me. It was very hard. I couldn't do anything," Armenian Tovma Mkhitaryan said.
The land mines are a remnant of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in the '90s. Both sides used them as a military tactic.