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Fleeing Azerbaijani civilians. Kalbajar 1993

A ‘Frozen Conflict’ That Could Boil Over

One frigid day nearly 19 years ago, I found myself standing along a muddy, rutted road in the foothills of Azerbaijan’s 3,000 meter-high Murov mountain range. Hundreds of Azerbaijani internally displaced persons — from the strategic Kelbajar...
Azerbaijan`s Deputy Prime Minister gives interview to Reuters on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Azerbaijan`s Deputy Prime Minister gives interview to Reuters on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Baku, March 6 (AzerTAc). Discussions on “Occupied territories, forgotten territories (Armenia-Azerbaijan, Nagorno Karabakh conflict – legal and humanitarian aspects)” will be held in Brussels on March 5-7. The discussions will be held...
'Double standards' behind failure to resolve Karabakh conflict

‘Double standards’ behind failure to resolve Karabakh conflict

Talks to resolve the Karabakh conflict, mediated by the OSCE Minsk Group since 1994, have failed to make visible progress, a conference has heard. The deputy director of the Azerbaijani president’s Centre for Strategic Studies, Gulshan...
Argentina’s FM: “We support the restoration of territorial integrities of the countries by negotiations and within UN resolutions”

Argentina’s FM: “We support the restoration of territorial integrities within UN resolutions”

Baku. Rashad Suleymanov – APA. “Argentina supports the restoration of territorial integrities of the countries by negotiations and within UN resolutions”, said Argentinean Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman at the briefing held after the...
Israeli Heron drone

Azerbaijan’s Arms Deal with Israel

The arms sale was reportedly valued at about $1.6 billion and included anti-air systems and unmanned aerial vehicles. The news came as Israeli President Shimon Peres held talks on regional security issues with Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol...
Karabakh conflict major 'security challenge' to Wider Black Sea area

Karabakh conflict major ‘security challenge’ to Wider Black Sea area

News.Az interviews George Niculescu, affiliated expert at the European Geopolitical Forum in Brussels. The Black Sea and Caspian Sea regions are often considered by politicians and experts to be a common wider region. What are the similarities...
Serzh Sargsyan Interview Revisits Khojaly and the Karabakh War

Serzh Sargsyan Interview Revisits Khojaly and the Karabakh War

Amidst all the publicity this weekend to mark the 20th anniversary of the February 25, 1992 slaughter of ethnic Azeris in the Nagorno-Karabakh village of Khojaly , one interesting bit of fresh information related to those events may easily have...
Fuad Aleskerov

Azeri Top official: “Renewed investigation into Sumgayit events will reveal real culprits”

Azeri Top official: “Renewed investigation into Sumgayit events will reveal real culprits” Baku, February 28 (AzerTAc). Head of the Department for Coordination of Law Enforcement Agencies at the Presidential Administration of Azerbaijan...
marcel de haas

‘No legal basis at all for Russia to intervene in Karabakh conflict’

News.Az interviews Dr. Marcel de Haas, Senior Research Associate, Netherlands Institute of International Relations ‘Clingendael’ and Senior Researcher, Russian Studies Centre, University of Groningen. Are there any changes in NATO’s policy...
khojaly genocide-survived civilians (3)

Khojaly, a forgotten massacre

While Western attention is turned to the atrocities taking place in Syria,  the massacre of Khojaly and its significance for Europe today seems to be forgotten, writes the European Azerbaijan Society in Brussels (TEAS). The European Azerbaijan...