An Azerbaijani judge has ordered that opposition youth activist Zaur Qurbanli be held for 15 days of pretrial detention for an alleged drug-related crime.
A court in Baku has sentenced three Azerbaijani men for plotting to kill teachers at a Jewish school in Azerbaijan.
Azerbaijan's prosecutor-general is investigating allegations lawmaker Gular Ahmedova requested a bribe in exchange for securing a seat in parliament for academic Elsad Abdullayev.
Armenia's Defense Ministry says Azerbaijani troops shot dead a 19-year-old Armenian soldier along the border with Azerbaijan.
In June, Turkey, and Azerbaijan signed a deal to build a $7 billion Trans-Anatolian natural-gas pipeline (TANAP) -- a project meant to carry Azerbaijani natural gas to European markets without passing through Russia or Iran.
Some 50 protesters have rallied outside the French Embassy in Baku to protest against caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad published last week in a French periodical
The UN Security Council has backed the naming and shaming of governments and armed groups that recruit, kill, or sexually attack children in armed conflicts.
Looks like Charles Duke can walk on the moon, but he can't set foot in Nagorno-Karabakh. Azerbaijan's Foreign Ministry announced that the U.S. astronaut -- a member of the Apollo 16 mission in 1972 -- has been barred from entering Azerbaijan.
Azerbaijani authorities have launched a probe into a fire that killed at least two people and severely injured another two at a plant in the city of Sumqayit, some 30 kilometers north of Baku.
More than 140 people were taken to a hospital after inhaling smoke at a shopping center in Baku where a power generator caught fire.
The Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) has launched large-scale military exercises in the South Caucasus nation of Armenia.