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Countries in Central Europe and Central Asia are increasingly being ruled by autocratic governments with little regard for democracy, according to the 2013 "Nations In Transit" report by democracy watchdog Freedom House. More
Azerbaijani opposition leader Rustam Ibragimbekov has met with U.S. State Department officials in Washington this week to seek support ahead of the Caucasian country's presidential election in October. More
The European Parliament has overwhelmingly passed a resolution calling for the immediate release of opposition politician Ilgar Mammadov, who has been detained since February. More
Twenty-nine people will go on trial in Azerbaijan next month for allegedly plotting terrorist attacks -- including a purported plan to assassinate President Ilham Aliyev -- during last year's Eurovision Song Contest in Baku. More
A district court in the district of Binaqadi in the Azerbaijani capital has sentenced investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova to 220 hours of community service after she refused to pay a fine after being picked up at an antigovernment demonstration. More
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