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Imprisoned Azerbaijani Popular Front member goes on hunger strike 

Saleh Rustamli was sentenced to seven years in prison in February 2019 on money laundering charges.

Imprisoned Azerbaijani Popular Front member goes on hunger strike 

Saleh Rustamli was sentenced to seven years in prison in February 2019 on money laundering charges.

First opposition protest since the war held in Azerbaijan

Around a dozen people protested outside an Azerbaijani prison demanding the release of a Popular Front Party member who is on hunger strike.

First opposition protest since the war held in Azerbaijan

Around a dozen people protested outside an Azerbaijani prison demanding the release of a Popular Front Party member who is on hunger strike.

Two men detained following Azerbaijan protest go on hunger strike

The two were arrested following a pro-war rally in July and are protesting against their unjust arrest. 

Two men detained following Azerbaijan protest go on hunger strike

The two were arrested following a pro-war rally in July and are protesting against their unjust arrest. 

Four Azerbaijani opposition Popular Front Party leaders arrested

Azerbaijani authorities have detained four leaders and at least 40 activists from the Popular Front Party in the aftermath of the Baku mass rally on the night of 14 July. 

Four Azerbaijani opposition Popular Front Party leaders arrested

Azerbaijani authorities have detained four leaders and at least 40 activists from the Popular Front Party in the aftermath of the Baku mass rally on the night of 14 July. 

Azerbaijani opposition hit with new arrests following Aliyev speech

Six opposition activists were arrested after President Aliyev voiced a need to ‘resolve the issue’ of the opposition after a pro-war rally on Tuesday.

Azerbaijani opposition hit with new arrests following Aliyev speech

Six opposition activists were arrested after President Aliyev voiced a need to ‘resolve the issue’ of the opposition after a pro-war rally on Tuesday.

Azerbaijan re-arrests opposition activists detained for ‘quarantine violation’ 

Three members of the Popular Front Party were re-arrested on new charges shortly after their administrative detentions came to an end. 

Azerbaijan re-arrests opposition activists detained for ‘quarantine violation’ 

Three members of the Popular Front Party were re-arrested on new charges shortly after their administrative detentions came to an end. 

Leaked Zoom meetings reveal homophobia and discord among Azerbaijan’s opposition

Comments made by leading members of the National Council of Democratic Forces included that one ‘regreted Hitler did not exterminate the gays’.

Leaked Zoom meetings reveal homophobia and discord among Azerbaijan’s opposition

Comments made by leading members of the National Council of Democratic Forces included that one ‘regreted Hitler did not exterminate the gays’.

Detained opposition activists ‘tortured’ in Azerbaijan

The opposition Popular Front Party say two of their members have been tortured while in detention.

Detained opposition activists ‘tortured’ in Azerbaijan

The opposition Popular Front Party say two of their members have been tortured while in detention.

Azerbaijan opposition party claims nearly a dozen members arrested in last two weeks 

Ali Karimli, the head of the opposition Popular Front Party reports that his internet and phone lines have also been cut.

Azerbaijan opposition party claims nearly a dozen members arrested in last two weeks 

Ali Karimli, the head of the opposition Popular Front Party reports that his internet and phone lines have also been cut.

Six more opposition activists arrested in Azerbaijan

The six were the latest in a series of arrests of opposition activists since the COVID-19 pandemic began. 

Six more opposition activists arrested in Azerbaijan

The six were the latest in a series of arrests of opposition activists since the COVID-19 pandemic began. 

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