Aliev cheers ‘even more profitable’ new contract, which foresees $40 billion in new investment by oil majors.
Mehman Aliyev has been released from pretrial detention, while travel blogger Alexander Lapshin was pardoned.
Secret money-laundering scheme allegedly used to pay off European politicians, lobbyists, and a former CNN producer for their support.
Rising temperatures linked to climate change are most likely responsible for steadily falling water levels in the Caspian Sea, a new study contends.
Not long after handing out free flats to journalists, Azerbaijani authorities turned on the head of a last bastion of the free press.
Much-needed investment is flowing into the Balkans but the pipeline still requires additional financing.
Arms maker denies it tried to bomb Armenian positions in a sales pitch to Azerbaijan’s military.
Presidential initiative to hand out free flats to media professionals, praise them for being “helpers” appears at odds with the country’s lack of press freedom.
Alexander Lapshin admits only to ‘moral guilt’ for ignoring ban on Karabakh entry and criticizing the Azerbaijani leader.
Staff shakeup comes amid increasingly edgy relations with Caucasus enemies Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh.
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