Azerbaijan

Schoolchildren at war

The wars waged in the 1990s continues on the pages of school textbooks

Zemfira cake

“My aunt’s tasty recipes” series

‘Putin’s plan’ for Karabakh

It means the de-escalation of conflict, opening of the Armenian-Turkish border and Georgia’s turning back towards Russia

Who are you with?

What’s new in Azerbaijani schools and higher educational institutions

Japan in Baku

Can the Japanese culture festival do without the cosplay? It has turned out that it actually cannot

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