Aliev and Pashinyan agree on need for concrete steps toward Karabakh peace while offering no specifics.
Presidential amnesty includes political opponents, rights campaigners, and youth activists.
World’s largest medieval Armenian cemetery in Nakhichevan was obliterated in 2005, say researchers.
While promising, the statement masks the problem of reversing a quarter-century of virulent rhetoric, analysts say.
Azerbaijan must pay Khadija Ismayilova more than 16,500 euros in damages and costs, court rules.
Critics say the authorities seek to divert anger at state repression onto little-known Muslim extremists.
The Belt and Road vision is grand on paper, but the promised jobs and factories have been slow to materialize.
After more than 25 years, mines near the Azerbaijani border still pose a hazard to humans and animals.
Nikol Pashinyan lauds son’s decision to serve on the front line, declares Karabakh should be part of Armenia.
The release is prompting both relief and calls for continued pressure on the government to stop persecuting its critics.
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