Not all Azerbaijani IDPs want to live in “smart villages”: a story about childhood in the village of Minjivan
Armenia and Azerbaijan deny their responsibility for the bloody tragedies of the Karabakh conflict
Chipping, infertility and mind control- those are just a few of the myths surrounding vaccination in Azerbaijan
What is the current state of cinematography of Azerbaijan, and can newly established State Film Agency help revive the industry?
Stories from both doctors and patients
How 'mixed-heritage' songs survived the Nagorny Karabakh conflict
“I’m going to dance until morning. And get a tattoo” – residents of Baku make plans for after quarantine
Bright red lipstick, traveling, a house with a garden, and more of life’s pleasures
COVID-19 shows whether the people and the authorities are ready to cooperate
Creative spaces that are breaking stereotypes and help break out of the vicious circle of “home, work, home, repeat”
Young people explain why they did not start a new life abroad
Lemon tree, Viennese pastry, Gayane the fashionista and other stories
Rallies, arrests, new appointments. JAMnews looks into an unusually turbulent week in Azerbaijan
Many Georgians in Azerbaijan look at their ethnic homeland as a place of financial and career opportunity – but many feel reluctant to move from their birthplace
How to bathe in the Caspian Sea and not force corn sellers to drop their wares and rescue you
Azerbaijan has yet to develop figure skating, but things could be different
Is it possible to win an information war by avoiding Cher’s songs?
Many in the country still believe that the main priorities for a woman are a home and a family – education is not only unnecessary, but can even be harmful
Does the country’s Russian language education sector put it at risk for foreign influence and further division?