“No need for meaningless negotiations” in Nagorno-Karabakh, Aliyev says
Aliyev also underlined that Baku could resort to military option at any time.
Flame Towers complex under investigation, COVID-19 cases pass 20,000
The hotel had reportedly opened its swimming pool for guests over the weekend.
Minsk group concerned over provocative statements
Yerevan escalated tensions with Baku in late May.
LGBTQ+ rights activists hold online pride parade in Baku
More than 250 people reportedly joined the online march.
Baku set to purchase Turkish unmanned combat drones
The drone can also be used for reconnaissance and intelligence-gathering missions.
Supreme Court upholds fine for journalist who documented voter fraud
Finding Vagifgizi guilty, the court ruled on 22 June that the journalist had to pay a fine.
Azerbaijan's weekend lockdown failed to decrease infection rate
"I regret to say that we were not able to achieve the desired goal over the last two weekend lockdowns."
Diagonosed with cancer, Mehman Huseynov vows to continue with activism
Huseynov is currently getting receiving medical treatment in a hospital in Switzerland.
Television editor-in-chief arrested in Azerbaijan
Afgan Sadigov, editor-in-chief of the local Azel TV, was detained on 13 May and has now been charged with extortion of a large amount of property by use of threat and intimidation.
Nobody persecuted for political views in Azerbaijan, says Aliyev
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has said that cardinal steps are being taken to build up political ties on fairly safe ground and that no one should be persecuted for their political views.