OCCRP investigation accuses president of using the state to bail out his daughters’ mining failure.
Aliev regime has freed dozens of opposition figures and dissidents this year in an apparent attempt to assuage Western criticism.
As tensions reached the boiling point in Nagorno-Karabakh last month, the breakaway region saw support from some unlikely allies: U.S. state governments.
Three Azerbaijani soldiers reported dead as fighting resumes after a day of relative calm.
Baku’s supreme court reduces lawyer Intigam Aliev's prison term to probation ahead of President Ilham Aliyev’s Washington visit.
President pardons 148 people, including opposition activists, on same day court orders journalist ‘spy’ also be set free.
Azerbaijan America Alliance chairman resigns, saying he hasn’t been paid ‘in a year,’ RFE reports.
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