The reconstruction of the Balakhani settlement near the center of Baku has been completed. Residents are happy, but architects say the authenticity of the historical site has been sacrificed
During his official visit to Cairo, Zohrab Mnatsakanyan spoke about Armenian-Azerbaijani relations, Turkey's behavior in the Caucasus and the Eastern Mediterranean, as well as the situation in Greece and Cyprus
Armenian lawyers contested the decision of the European Court of Human Rights. The court does not hold Azerbaijan accountable for a crime committed by an Azerbaijani soldier.
A book supposedly meant for children written by little-known poet Aygun Bal provoked a flurry of criticism, and was later banned in Azerbaijan
The former Azerbaijani foreign minister Elmar Mammadyarov has been placed on the no-fly list for his involvement in an investigation looking into corruption allegations in the ministry of foreign affairs
Baku will allow outdoor seating at cafes and restaurants, but the number of coronavirus cases in Azerbaijan continues to grow
About the July aggravation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, the Karabakh conflict, relations with Russia and the West, the fight against coronavirus – in a BBC interview with Nikol Pashinyan
Baku cats protected by Islam and citizens’ kindness
Following the deadly explosion in Beirut, Azerbaijan is providing $1 million in assistance to the country
How will the people “be prepared for peace” against the background of the escalation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border?
"What happened is a great loss for both sides" - consultant of International Crisis Group Zaur Shiriev
In an interview with the Israeli Jerusalem Post, Zohrab Mnatsakanyan stated that the weapons that Azerbaijan buys from Israel are being used against civilians in Armenia
“I was lucky not to be there” vs “I miss the warm wind”
The Armenian PM spoke about the conflict with Azerbaijan in an interview with the Russian edition of RBK. At the same time, he openly stated that he considers Turkey to be the instigator of the conflict.
Armenian millionaire offers compensation to Azerbaijani businessmen for losses due to street skirmishes
Businessman Sergei Sarkisov thinks large Azerbaijani businessmen may follow his example and pleas for peace
Azerbaijani investigative journalist Khadija Ismail has been offered a $250,000 cash award from Qatar’s Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Centre.
Living in Movses, right on the border with Azerbaijan, is far from safe
The Armenian government intends not only to restore the border zone, but also to come up with a development strategy
Baku reports around 12 dead, Yerevan reports around four. International organizations and partners urge both parties to practice restraint and end the hostilities