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Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization, but will cooperate with both...Gasanov said that Azerbaijan is most interested in joining the European Union. "Our future path is integration with European nations," he said.
In latest political arrest, official accuse youth activist of making dance video. May 13 The Azerbaijani authorities are continuing to harass dissidents, with a special focus on youth activists. In the latest case, a court in Baku ordered 21-year-old
Jens Astrup/Agence France-Presse Getty Images Denmark's Emmelie de Forest, this year's Eurovision winner. Tension has been rising between Russia and neighboring Azerbaijan since the weekend over an alleged vote-rigging scandal whose reverberations
This weekend was the 58th Eurovision song contest, a campy, nationalistic song contest that briefly united Europe (and places we wouldn't traditionally consider Europe) for one night of singing in Malmo, Sweden. Unfortunately, as the dust from the
Russia's point man on Syria and on its relations with the U.S...Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov was meeting Tuesday with his counterpart from Azerbaijan, a former Soviet republic which is investigating why the country's announced votes did not give
THE head of Azerbaijan's state broadcaster has questioned the vote tally in the Eurovision Song Contest where it embarrassingly gave "nul points" to the entry from neighbouring Russia, claiming votes for Russia were apparently not taken into account.
Once again, a minor incident quickly blows up into an expression of wider discontent. May 13 For the second time this year, a row over a car crash in a provincial town in Azerbaijan has escalated into angry protests against corrupt, unaccountable
Azerbaijan on Tuesday legalised tighter Internet controls in a move critics worry could be used to curb online dissent in the tightly-managed former Soviet state. Azerbaijan's largely rubber-stamp parliament voted overwhelmingly to make online "
While Azerbaijan grows rich from energy extracted from beneath the land and sea, quacks and charlatans in the Caspian Basin nation are making hay. In a national survey conducted earlier this year by the Baku-based Center for Economic and Social
tool goes here Fresno County's pledge of support for the largely Armenian territory of Nagorno-Karabakh has sparked a little-known but certain international standoff. The nation of Azerbaijan, which claims rule over the disputed territory, is asking