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Sorin Ducaru, NATO's assistant secretary-general for emerging security challenges

Azaerbaijan's NATO Partnership Praised

A NATO official has praised the alliance's relations with Azerbaijan while marking 20 years of closer cooperation between Baku and Brussels. More

Iran's President Hassan Rohani (right) officially welcomes his Azeri counterpart, Ilham Aliyev, in Tehran on April 9.

Azeri, Iranian Leaders Discuss Cooperation

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has met in Tehran with his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rohani, to discuss strengthening cooperation between their two countries and the status of the Caspian Sea. More

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Three Azeris Killed In Mine Explosion

Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry says an officer and two conscripts have been killed in a mine explosion along the border with an Armenian-controlled region. More

Baku: Two Injured On Armenian Border

Azerbaijan has again accused Armenia of violating the cease-fire along the border, saying a military officer and a local resident were injured. More

The OSCE envoy wondered whether Armenia's Serzh Sarkisian (left) and Azerbaijan's Ilham Aliyev are "really committed to finding a way" to Nagorno-Karabakh peace.

Armenian, Azerbaijani Presidents 'Spoke'

The presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan reportedly met on the sidelines of the March 24-25 Nuclear Security Summit in The Hague. More

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Sanctions On Russia Open Southern Corridor

Amid crisis in Ukraine, there is already talk in Europe and further afield that as the door to Russian resources closes a bit, the Southern Corridor should finally be opened and realize its potential. More

Two Prominent Azerbaijani Oppositionists Sentenced On Fabricated Charges

An Azerbaijani regional court handed down prison terms on March 17 to two prominent opposition politicians for having simply been in the wrong place at the wrong time. More
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Features & Commentary

Afghans Criticize Government’s Handling Of International Norouz Event

The Afghan government has angered many Afghans by ditching a plan to hold an international Norouz festival in a multimillion-dollar castle specifically built for the event.
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Commentary: The Putin Paradigm -- What Next For Nagorno-Karabakh?

A more assertive Russian posture directed toward its neighbors may result in a sudden shift in Moscow’s policy toward Nagorno-Karabakh.
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