23.04.2015 - Zoia, 66, poses in the city of Shushi. She is a refugee from Baku, Azerbaijan. Her only son has migrated to Russia for better work options. The city still struggles with destroyed roads, buildings and infrastructure. In Soviet times it used to be a popular mountain tourist destination. Throughout most of the 20th century, the city had a mixed population of Armenians and Azerbaijanis. It was captured by Armenians in 1992 during a war between Azerbaijan and Armenian separatists from Nagorno-Karabakh between 1988 and 1994. Today, the city's population is almost exclusively Armenian.