What Remains in Memory is a short film about the life in Azerbaijan after the second Karabakh war and Khatira Huseynova, whose family home in Terter was destroyed by a rocket and who now lives in a rural school with her family
The anniversary of the victory in the second Karabakh war was celebrated in Azerbaijan. Victory marches were held in many cities across the country, including Baku
Kelagai, a traditional female headdress, is made from silk in the village of Basgal, Ismayilli region of Azerbaijan. This tradition is still preserved by the hero of our story
Melay’s hard journey to becoming a singer began when she got into an unloved profession at the insistence of her parents. But this did not end her love for music, and she became a singer in spite of everything
Vegan, peace loving and denying all forms of violence – who are the memebers of the Krishna Consciousness community in Baku?
Why don't bees sting beekeepers, how are the hives ventilated, and what changes occur in the life of the colony after the death of the queen - all this and more in a day with a beekeeper from Azerbaijan
Animal rights activist Ainur Babazade struggles to protect the rights of stray dogs and cats in Azerbaijan, despite the country's law prohibiting violence against animals.
There are no statistics on children living, sleeping and begging in the streets in Azerbaijan. Children who are forced to live in this way, in most cases, become victims of violence - physical, moral and sexual
And the state and society in Azerbaijan are very negative about same-sex marriage. But this does not prevent LGBT couples from living together in Baku. Video