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Opinion | How Azerbaijan’s media ignores anti-queer violence

The media’s silence in the face of a surge of anti-queer violence is nothing less than complicity with it. 

Opinion | How Azerbaijan’s media ignores anti-queer violence

By Vahid Aliyev

The media’s silence in the face of a surge of anti-queer violence is nothing less than complicity with it. 

Datablog | How different are people who trust different TV channels in Georgia?

Does the media in Georgia merely reflect the prevailing political polarisation or cause it?

Datablog | How different are people who trust different TV channels in Georgia?

By Givi Silagadze

Does the media in Georgia merely reflect the prevailing political polarisation or cause it?

Georgia’s Rustavi 2 TV transferred to previous owner after ECHR ruling

The ECHR ruled that the channel’s owners’ right to a fair trial was not violated when Georgia’s courts ordered that ownership be transferred.

Georgia’s Rustavi 2 TV transferred to previous owner after ECHR ruling

The ECHR ruled that the channel’s owners’ right to a fair trial was not violated when Georgia’s courts ordered that ownership be transferred.

Russia blocks Ingush news site Fortanga

Fortanga, set up in the wake of mass unrest in the republic over a land deal with Chechnya, has been highly critical of the Ingush authorities.

Russia blocks Ingush news site Fortanga

Fortanga, set up in the wake of mass unrest in the republic over a land deal with Chechnya, has been highly critical of the Ingush authorities.

New anti–hate speech bill for Georgian TV stations slammed by rights groups

the Coalition for Media Advocacy said the bill would give the state leverage to influence the media.

New anti–hate speech bill for Georgian TV stations slammed by rights groups

the Coalition for Media Advocacy said the bill would give the state leverage to influence the media.

Editorial | I/We are Golunov, and Geriyev, and Kochesoko…

The arrest of Meduza journalist Ivan Golunov mirrors the treatment of government critics in the North Caucasus.

Editorial | I/We are Golunov, and Geriyev, and Kochesoko…

By OC Media

The arrest of Meduza journalist Ivan Golunov mirrors the treatment of government critics in the North Caucasus.

Azerbaijani journalist sued for ‘filming election fraud’

The director of a Baku school filed a lawsuit against journalist Sevinj Vagifgizi for filming her during last year’s presidential election.

Azerbaijani journalist sued for ‘filming election fraud’

The director of a Baku school filed a lawsuit against journalist Sevinj Vagifgizi for filming her during last year’s presidential election.

Natia Kapanadze dismissed as Adjara TV director

NGOs and opposition parties had expressed fears that her dismissal would put media freedom at risk.

Natia Kapanadze dismissed as Adjara TV director

NGOs and opposition parties had expressed fears that her dismissal would put media freedom at risk.

Azerbaijan cuts public funding for newspapers

At least 18 newspapers will lose state support, with a number of them dropping their print editions as a result.

Azerbaijan cuts public funding for newspapers

At least 18 newspapers will lose state support, with a number of them dropping their print editions as a result.

Suspect in Daghestani newspaper founder murder convicted on drug and weapon charges

Magomed Khazamov is one of the official suspects in the 2011 killing of Chernovik founder Khadzhimurad Kamalov.

Suspect in Daghestani newspaper founder murder convicted on drug and weapon charges

Magomed Khazamov is one of the official suspects in the 2011 killing of Chernovik founder Khadzhimurad Kamalov.

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