Azerbaijan

Surviving with diabetes in Azerbaijan

Being a diabetic is a life and death race in Azerbaijan, and, the state diabetes management policies being as they are, death has had a head start

Dangerous people

Pressure and persecution of Meydan TV reporters becomes commonplace

Justice abused in Azerbaijan

Defendants are put in a caged dock for the duration of their case hearings, their advocates’ appeals and motions go unheeded by judge, journalists are not allowed to attend and monitor trials

The end is near for the Soviets

A street named Sovetskaya (meaning ‘Soviet’ in English) is about to perish in the centre of Baku. And it’s also a bit scary, as its residents and historic monuments will be ‘perishing’ too

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