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Deep Dive: Armenia, Azerbaijan, And The Ramil Safarov Case

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15:46 6.9.2012

International condemnation:

15:45 6.9.2012

In House: RFE/RL's Daisy Sindelar and Arifa Kazimova on all the different flash points in the Safarov case:

An excerpt:

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Erkin Gaderli, a lawyer and a member of the Republican Alternative opposition group, says he believes "no one" in Azerbaijan "seriously" thinks of Safarov as a hero.

But at the same time, he acknowledges that ordinary Azerbaijanis are confounded by the continued deadlock over Nagorno-Karabakh, and have fallen into a tit-for-tat relationship with Armenia, with each side looking to best the other on even insignificant issues.

"There is an emotion growing in society, and it's a reflection of a deep frustration with the conflict in the occupied territories," Gaderli says. "And there is a growing expectation that somehow, someday this must come to an end. Many people think that something needs to be done in response to Armenia. So whatever Armenia has done, for good or for bad, should somehow be retaliated." [read full piece]

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15:44 6.9.2012

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15:36 6.9.2012

VIDEO: RFE/RL's Azerbaijani Service gets reactions from Azerbaijan

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