Azerbaijani vintners call low purchase prices and monopoly the main obstacle to the development of winemaking in the country
Residents of a high-mountain village in Azerbaijan who speak a minority language hope that a new road will change their lives
How influential is Islam in this mono-religious nation? A JAMNews deep dive.
History from the Azerbaijani villages of Khrakhoba and Uryanoba
A young beekeeper who radically changed his profession - about beekeeping, journalism and economics
Some residents of Garachinar are waiting to move to Karabakh, others are waiting for the development of the village to finally begin
Jamshid Guliyev, a Krishna devotee farmer from Azerbaijan and a veteran of the Karabakh conflict, used to be a journalist, but now keeps a farm where no animals are slaughtered
The unprecedented depreciation of the Turkish lira has seriously affected the credibility of the Erdogan's government, caused a wave of protests that swept across Turkey
Syrian and Afghan refugees in Turkey have been the cause of society's unrest over the last few weeks. Turks believe that refugee assistance is discriminatory against them
Wildfires and terrorism in Turkey - is there a connection between the two. The opposition and many in society believe that the true cause of the crisis in the southwest of the country is the government's incompetence
Mafia boss Sedat Peker has accused the Turkish government of drug and weapon trafficking. Who is he and how is Erdogan's government addressing his claims?
Turkey nixes Istanbul Convention on prevention of violence against women. Why and what does this mean?
"Only 17% of respondents are against, and the president cannot overturn parliamentary decisions" - Turkey withdrew from the Istanbul Convention, commentary by opposition MP for JAMnews
Copyright in Azerbaijan is protected by law, but this has no practical significance. We tried to find out the reasons for this together with the authors themselves
Around 60 percent of medical staff in Turkey have been exposed to attacks at least ten times
The sacrifices families are ready to make for the sake of a ‘pure blood line’
86 years later, the Hagia Sophia, one of the main symbols of Istanbul, is deprived of the status of a museum and is open for worship as a mosque
Turkish President Erdogan wants to ban Youtube, Twitter, and Netflix after social media users offended his daughter. 16 people who posted comments have been detained, another 15 are on the wanted list.
A possible change in the status of the Hagia Sophia sparks tensions between Turkey and Greece