Thousands have demonstrated in Azerbaijan calling for war after recent deadly clashes with neighbouring Armenia.
Protesters marched through the capital Baku demanding the government fully deploy the army, with some even entering the national parliament.
Security forces responded with water cannon and tear gas to disperse the crowds.
The recent border fighting has killed at least 16 people.
Both Armenia and Azerbaijan were part of the Soviet Union before its collapse in the 1990s.
Since then they have been stuck in an unresolved conflict over a piece of disputed territory called Nagorno-Karabakh, internationally recognised as part of Azerbaijan but controlled by ethnic Armenians.
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Azerbaijani Authorities Launch Probe Over Rally Amid Military Conflict With Armenia — RFE
Pro-war Azerbaijani protesters break into parliament — Eurasianet
Azerbaijani police disperse protesters storming parliament to demand ‘mobilization’ against Armenia amid border escalation (VIDEO) — RT
Azerbaijani General, 15 Others Killed In Azerbaijan-Armenia Border Clash — Eurasian Times
Fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan widens — Eurasianet
Azerbaijan general among troops killed in Armenia border clash — BBC
Azerbaijani Forces Destroy One More Military Facility of Armenian Military — Sputnik
Russian military helicopters spotted along Armenian-Turkish border — Defence Blog
Kremlin Urges ‘Restraint’ After Armenia-Azerbaijan Clashes — Moscow Times/AFP