Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and his Armenian counterpart, Serzh Sarkisian, have signed a deal extending Moscow's lease of a military base in the South Caucasus country by 24 years.
An Iranian citizen being tried in Armenia on charges of spying for Azerbaijan collapsed in court in Yerevan on August 19 while delivering his defense speech.
Azerbaijan's Supreme Court has upheld the November 2009 sentences given to jailed bloggers Emin Milli and Adnan Hajizada.
Russia has denied that amendments to its defense agreement with Armenia imply a change in the functions of its military base in the South Caucasus country.
Armenia's ruling party says the deepening of Yerevan's military cooperation with Russia will strengthen the balance of forces in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and discourage any attempt to resolve it by force.
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul has been making an official visit to Azerbaijan, where he has discussed Turkish cooperation with Azerbaijan and efforts to bring peace to the Southern Caucasus region.
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul has been making an official visit to Azerbaijan.
A diplomatic source told RFE/RL's Armenian Service that the Russian and Armenian governments have finalized a far-reaching agreement that will prolong and upgrade Russia's military presence in Armenia.
A single holding company controls nearly every aspect of Azerbaijan's airline industry and operates its own bank to boot. One of the bank's owners? President Ilham Aliyev's 21-year-old daughter.
The head of the Istanbul airport says the crew of an Azerbaijani plane that went off a runway failed to comply with emergency procedures for evacuating passengers.
An Azerbaijani scientist has arrived in Baku after being released from an Iranian jail after serving a two-year sentence for espionage.
BP Azerbaijan has announced that Turkmen oil is now flowing through the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline.