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Atambayev congratulates Azerbaijan on Independence Day
AKIPRESS.COM - President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev congratulated Azerbaijan on the Independence Day, the press service of the Kyrgyz president reported. Atambayev said the Kyrgyz-Azerbaijan relations based on mutual respect and trust will be further developing for the benefit of the peoples of the two states. The Independence Day of Azerbaijan is the main state holiday in Azerbaijan. This date is celebrated annually on October 18   Read More ...
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Polling stations closed in India, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, United Arab Emirates at 22:00
AKIPRESS.COM - As of 22:00 GMT+6, polling stations in Yekaterinburg (Russia), India, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, and the United Arab Emirates closed as the presidential election in Kyrgyzstan come to an end. Kyrgyz Finistry of Foreign Affairs said the polling stations are still operating in Russia's Moscow and St. Petersburg, Belarus, Turkey (Ankara, Istanbul), Iran, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Ukraine, Switzerland, Belgium, Austria, Germany (Berlin, Bonn, Frankfurt), Great Britain , and the USA (Washington)   Read More ...
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A Kaleidoscope of Development and Growth in Azerbaijan – Part II
Day Three It is clearer to me that Azerbaijan is constantly mapping its future and they like to share it with the world. It is important for a 25-year-old country to work along a guideline of improvement and development and Azerbaijan is facing an ongoing phase of growth. The country that ten years ago could have been seen as an economic basket case has resources to work with and brain power to bring visions to fruition   Read More ...
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A Kaleidoscope of Development and Growth in Azerbaijan – Part I
It has been a whirl of meetings that are effectively shaping my view about Azerbaijan.It is clear that Azerbaijan is constantly mapping its future and they like to share it with the world. It is important for a 25-year-old country to work along a guideline of improvement and development and Azerbaijan is facing an ongoing phase of growth. The country that ten years ago could have been seen as an economic basket case has resources to work with and brain power to bring visions to fruition   Read More ...
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Kyrgyzpatent and patent offices of Azerbaijan and Finland discuss innovation cooperation
AKIPRESS.COM - Chairman of Kyrgyzpatent Dosaly Esenaliyev and acting Director General of the Patent and Trademarks Center of Azerbaijan Gunel Sevdimaliyeva on October 5 discussed cooperation issues and the possibility of signing a memorandum of understanding between the sides, Tazabek reported... You are trying to access paid-for content on our website. We charge 190 som for the access to this news article   Read More ...
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Arsenal suffer big injury blow as Shkodran Mustafi limps out of Germany's World Cup qualifier against Azerbaijan
Arsenal have been dealt a big injury blow after Shkodran Mustafi limped out of Germany's World Cup qualifier against Azerbaijan. The Gunners defender went off with what looked like a thigh injury and was helped from the pitch by medical staff. Mustafi was running alongside Ramil Sheydaev when he pulled up, with the Azerbaijan player then twisting and turning past Chelsea's Antonio Rudiger to score a famous goal against the world champions in Kaiserslautern   Read More ...
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Armenia’s Aggressive, Baseless, Senseless Conflict with Azerbaijan
Day One Several months ago, I had the honor to be invited to Azerbaijan to witness the ongoing development of a former USSR satellite, now working of its 25-year-old independence. I was impressed by what I saw but, in all fairness, knew that I did not complete my reportage. On my first visit I encounter much formality and saw what my guests wanted me to see   Read More ...
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MEPs call for investigation into „Azerbaijani Laundromat“
Members of the European Parliament have called for an investigation this month into the Azerbaijani money laundering case or the so-called "Laundromat" and the adoption of the Magnitsky sanctions list. In relation to the revealing of the Azerbaijani money laundering case, the MEPs strongly condemned the attempts of Azerbaijan and other authoritarian regime countries to influence European decision-makers through illicit means   Read More ...
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Azerbaijan sentences journalist to nine years in prison
BAKU: A court in Azerbaijan on Monday sentenced opposition journalist Elchin Ismayilli to nine years in prison for extortion, in a case his supporters slammed as politically motivated.   Read More ...
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Israeli blogger, pardoned by Azerbaijan, lands in Tel Aviv
An Israeli-Russian blogger who was imprisoned in Azerbaijan landed in Israel Thursday following his pardon and release earlier in the week. Alexander Lapshin had been facing three years behind bars for traveling to an out-of-bounds area in Armenia, but on Monday, the office of Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev said that he was pardoning Lapshin, who had petitioned to be extradited to Israel   Read More ...
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BP-led group signs Azerbaijan oilfield extension deal
BAKU, Sept 14 (Reuters) - British oil major BP and Azeri state energy SOCAR on Thursday signed a contract extending its production sharing deal for Azerbaijan’s biggest oilfields until 2050. The existing deal is due to expire in 2024 and BP-led consortium and SOCAR pledged to continue developing the giant Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli (ACG) offshore fields, the largest in the Azerbaijan sector of the Caspian basin   Read More ...
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Azerbaijan's SOCAR seeks 25 pct share in deal with BP on oil fields
BAKU, Sept 14 (Reuters) - Azerbaijan’s state energy firm SOCAR plans to more than double its share in a new production sharing agreement with BP for the development of the country’s biggest oilfields, SOCAR First Vice-President Khoshbakht Yusifzadeh told reporters on Thursday. Yusifzadeh said that under a new draft agreement SOCAR’s share would rise to 25 percent from 11.65 percent. The shareholders in the consortium include BP, SOCAR, Chevron , Inpex, Statoil, ExxonMobil, Turkish Petroleum, Itochu and ONGC Videsh   Read More ...
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Azerbaijan's president pardons jailed blogger
BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) — Azerbaijan's president on Monday pardoned a Russian blogger who was jailed for traveling to a separatist-controlled region of the former Soviet republic. Alexander Lapshin was detained in Belarus last year and extradited to Azerbaijan, where he was charged for his trip to Nagorno-Karabakh via Armenia several years ago. He was sentenced to three years in prison in July   Read More ...
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Azerbaijani president pardons jailed Israeli blogger
Azerbaijan’s president pardoned on Monday an Israeli-Russian blogger who was jailed for traveling to a separatist-controlled region of the former Soviet republic. Alexander Lapshin, who holds Russian, Ukrainian and Israeli citizenship, was detained in Belarus last year and extradited to Azerbaijan, where he was charged for his trip to Nagorno-Karabakh via Armenia several years ago. In July, he was sentenced to three years in prison   Read More ...
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Azerbaijan's president pardons jailed blogger
BAKU, Azerbaijan – Azerbaijan's president has pardoned a Russian blogger who was jailed for traveling to a separatist-controlled region of the former Soviet republic. Alexander Lapshin was detained in Belarus last year and extradited to Azerbaijan, where he was charged for his trip to Nagorno-Karabakh via Armenia several years ago. He was sentenced to three years in prison in July. The office of President Ilham Aliyev said Monday that he had pardoned Lapshin, who had petitioned to be extradited to Israel   Read More ...
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Azerbaijan's president pardons jailed blogger
BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) — Azerbaijan's president has pardoned a Russian blogger who was jailed for traveling to a separatist-controlled region of the former Soviet republic. Alexander Lapshin was detained in Belarus last year and extradited to Azerbaijan, where he was charged for his trip to Nagorno-Karabakh via Armenia several years ago. He was sentenced to three years in prison in July   Read More ...
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Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkey Hold Trilateral Meeting in Baku
The Sixth Trilateral Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkey was held in Baku on September 6; where Mikheil Janelidze, Elmar Mammadyarov, and Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu signed the Baku Statement and Action Plan for Trilateral Sectoral Co-operation for 2017-2019. The documents set forth specific projects and initiatives in the areas of economy, energy, agriculture, environment protection and innovative technologies   Read More ...
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Azerbaijan hits out at international press that reported money laundering network
File photo of Azerbaijan president Ilham Aliyev (left) with former EC president José Barroso The government of Azerbaijan responded angrily to revelations that it ran a secret $2.9 billion fund which was used to pay prominent Europeans, run lobbying operations, and launder money via a group of opaque British companies. Azerbaijan’s presidential aide, Ali Hasanov, said the stories by the Guardian, the OCCRP and a Washington Post editorial were a smear, adding that the regime was the victim of a “scandalous” campaign organised by British intelligence, the Armenian diaspora and the US   Read More ...
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An Ode to Azerbaijan’s Secular Governance from a Pakistani
Azerbaijan has never been like the majority of predominantly Muslim countries today from Iran to Afghanistan where there are countless restrictions on civil liberties in the name of religion and there are despotic Mullahs who thrive on religious sectarianism. Instead of following all the above mentioned rubbish like espousing fanatic Mullahs, Azerbaijan has established new paradigms and paragons in Muslim world regarding how a country can be progressive and secular while at the same time having Islam as the dominant religion of populace   Read More ...
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Independent news agency chief in Azerbaijan arrested
BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) — A court in Azerbaijan on Friday jailed the head of an independent news agency pending an investigation on tax evasion charges, a move that the opposition denounced as an attack on freedom of speech in the ex-Soviet nation. The court in Azerbaijan's capital of Baku put Turan news agency director Mehman Aliyev in prison for three months   Read More ...
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Head of independent news agency in Azerbaijan arrested
BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) — A court in Azerbaijan on Friday jailed the head of an independent news agency pending an investigation on tax evasion charges, a move that the opposition denounced as an attack on the freedom of speech in the ex-Soviet nation. The court in Azerbaijan's capital, Baku, put Turan news agency director Mehman Aliyev in prison for three months   Read More ...
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Azerbaijan arrests director of sole independent news agency
BAKU: Azerbaijan on Thursday arrested the director of the country's only independent news agency, Turan, which is seen as a rare voice of dissent in the tightly-controlled Caspian Sea nation. Last Friday, Aliyev, who also owns the agency, said prosecutors had frozen Turan's bank accounts, a step that could close the business. "Using bogus tax-related charges to jail critical journalists is nothing new for Azerbaijan," said Giorgi Gogia, the rights watchdog's director for South Caucasus   Read More ...
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Azeri Journalist Afgan Mukhtarli’s Pre-trial Detention Term Extended
An Azerbaijani court decided on Thursday to prolong the pre-trial detention of journalist Afgan Mukhtarli, who was allegedly abducted in Tbilisi on May 29 and put in pre-trial detention in Baku the next day, for two months. Azerbaijani news agency APA reports that the information was provided by the lawyer of Mukhtarli in Azerbaijan Nemat Karimli. Mukhtarli is a political migrant who left Azerbaijan three years ago   Read More ...
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Armenian-Canadians urge Liberals to stop export of armoured vehicles to Azerbaijan
Deal 'violates all the principles that we as Canadians stand for,' says Armenian-Canadian group Related Stories Canada's Armenian community has launched a campaign to convince the Trudeau government to cancel export permits for the sale of Canadian-made armoured personnel carriers to Azerbaijan. The campaign started after Radio Canada International and CBC reported in July that Toronto-based manufacturer INKAS Armored Vehicle Manufacturing signed a deal with Azerbaijan's Interior Ministry to supply the country with the vehicles   Read More ...
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Daily Mail criticises Blair and Muscat’s links with ‘morally bankrupt’ Azerbaijan after meeting
British newspaper The Daily Mail has launched a scathing attack on former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair after his meeting with Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, criticising the pair’s “long-standing and at times unedifying interest in the wealthy, but morally bankrupt, dictatorship of Azerbaijan”, and the corruption claims that have plagued Muscat’s government since the Panama Papers revelations. The article, titled ‘The smell of corruption around Tony Blair’s Brexit bashing friend and their joint links to a brutal dictator’, also claimed that the meeting “provided yet more evidence that Blair is on manoeuvres to thwart Brexit   Read More ...
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Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan conducting joint naval exercises
AKIPRESS.COM - The Armed Forces of Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan are conducting joint naval exercises in Baku, apa.az reports. According to the statement, the exercises are taking place within the international cooperation plan of the Kazakh Armed Forces. Military divers are also taking part in the exercises. In addition, military servicemen of the two countries got acquainted with the educational and material base of the diving training center and also did a training of joint action during emergency and search-and-rescue operations   Read More ...
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Jailed blogger in Azerbaijan seeks extradition to Israel
BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) — The lawyer for a Russian blogger jailed in Azerbaijan for traveling to a separatist-controlled region of the former Soviet republic says his client has petitioned to be extradited to Israel. Alexander Lapshin was detained in Belarus last year and extradited to Azerbaijan, where he was charged for his trip to Nagorno-Karabakh via Armenia several years ago. He was sentenced to three years in prison earlier this month   Read More ...
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Canadian defence deal with Azerbaijan raises new questions about arms export controls
Export permits for military vehicles issued despite concerns over Azerbaijan's poor human rights record External Links (Note: CBC does not endorse and is not responsible for the content of external links.) A deal by a Canadian company to export armoured personnel carriers to Azerbaijan and set up a joint production of these military-style vehicles in the oil-rich former Soviet republic is once again raising questions about the efficacy of Canada's defence export controls   Read More ...
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Journalists in Azerbaijan get free flats for Press Day
As Azerbaijan celebrates National Press Day this 22 July, some journalists will be more thankful than others for the acknowledgement - 255 have been given free flats by the government for their efforts, the Xalq Qazeti newspaper reports. National Press Day marks the publication of the first Azerbaijani-language newspaper, Akinci, in 1875. Azerbaijan's previous president, Heydar Aliyev, started the annual commemoration in 2010   Read More ...
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Baku hosts tripartite meeting of Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Turkey Foreign Ministers
On July 19, 2017 the fourth meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan R.Meredov, the Republic of Azerbaijan Elmar Mammadyarov and Turkey Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu was held in Baku. The main goal of the meeting was the preparation for the Summit of the Heads of the three states, which will be held till the end of this year in Turkmenistan, Turkmen foreign ministry said   Read More ...
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Russian blogger sentenced to three years in prison by Azerbaijan court
A court in Azerbaijan on Thursday sentenced a Russian blogger to three years in prison for illegally crossing the border after he made a trip to a separatist-controlled region of the country. Alexander Lapshin was detained by police in Belarus last year and extradited to Azerbaijan where authorities filed charges against him over his trip to Nagorno-Karabakh via Armenia several years ago   Read More ...
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Azerbaijan sentences Russian blogger to 3 years in prison
BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) — A court in Azerbaijan has sentenced a Russian blogger to three years in prison for illegally crossing the border after he made a trip to a separatist-controlled region of the country. Alexander Lapshin was detained by police in Belarus last year and extradited to Azerbaijan where he was slapped with charges from his trip to Nagorno-Karabakh via Armenia several years ago   Read More ...
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Azerbaijan sentences Russian blogger to 3 years in prison
BAKU, Azerbaijan – A court in Azerbaijan has sentenced a Russian blogger to three years in prison for illegally crossing the border after he made a trip to a separatist-controlled region of the country. Alexander Lapshin was detained by police in Belarus last year and extradited to Azerbaijan where he was slapped with charges from his trip to Nagorno-Karabakh via Armenia several years ago   Read More ...
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Newly appointed Ambassador of Turkmenistan to Azerbaijan delivers copies of his credentials
AKIPRESS.COM - Newly appointed Ambassador of Turkmenistan to Azerbaijan Mekan Ishanguliyev delivered a copy of his credentials to Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov on July 5, the Foreign Ministry of Azerbaijan reported. Ishanguliyev said Turkmenistan is ready to boost cooperation with Azerbaijan in all fields and vowed to make every efforts to further development of bilateral relations during his diplomatic mission   Read More ...
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Azeri woman and child killed by rebels near Nagorno-Karabakh boundary: defense ministry
BAKU/YEREVAN An Azeri woman and a child were killed and another civilian was wounded by Armenian-backed rebels near the boundary with the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region, Azerbaijan's defense ministry said on Wednesday. Sporadic exchanges of fire in the fight for control over the region - inside Azerbaijan but controlled by ethnic Armenians - have stoked fears of a wider conflict breaking out in the South Caucasus, which is criss-crossed by oil and gas pipelines   Read More ...
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Azerbaijan toddler killed in Nagorno-Karabakh shelling
A young girl and her grandmother died when Armenian-backed troops shelled a village in Azerbaijan. The violence erupted on Tuesday night close to the breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh, an ethnic Armenian-controlled enclave in Azerbaijan. The toddler, who was two, was named as Zahra Guliyeva. Azerbaijan accused Armenia of targeting civilians. Karabakh officials said they had returned fire, accusing Azerbaijan of deploying weapons near civilians   Read More ...
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Sebastian Vettel: Ferrari driver to face no further punishment after Azerbaijan GP collision
Sebastian Vettel will face no further action after his collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Formula 1's governing body, the FIA, met Vettel and Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene in Paris on Monday. The four-time champion admitted full responsibility for the incident, which happened during the race in Baku on 25 June, and escaped further punishment. Vettel "has extended his sincere apologies to the FIA and the wider motorsport family", the FIA said   Read More ...
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Sebastian Vettel sweats over FIA hearing as German could face points deduction after Lewis Hamilton clash in Azerbaijan
Sebastian Vettel was pulled in for talks with FIA boss Jean Todt in Paris on Monday as he faces the prospect of a points deduction following his clash with Lewis Hamilton at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Reports suggested the German had been 'docked' 12 points and disqualified over the altercation. But it is understood that no official verdict will be delivered until this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix   Read More ...
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Sebastian Vettel disqualified from Azerbaijan Grand Prix and docked 12 points after Lewis Hamilton clash
Sebastian Vettel has been docked 12 points after his clash with Lewis Hamilton at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. The German finished in fourth in the race but was criticised after ramming into Hamilton, who was one behind. The incident occurred after Vettel ran into the back of Hamilton's car ahead of the re-start on lap 18. The Ferrari driver accused Hamilton of brake testing him in Baku   Read More ...
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Driver rams his car into Brazil's presidential residence
A driver rammed his car through the gates of Brazil's presidential residence on Wednesday and was arrested, security forces said, though President Michel Temer was not inside the building, Reuters reported.   Read More ...
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