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#Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

First Azerbaijani IDPs return after 29 years in exile

Forty-one families from the village of Aghali have become the first Azerbaijanis displaced during the First Nagorno-Karabakh War to return to their hometowns.

First Azerbaijani IDPs return after 29 years in exile

Forty-one families from the village of Aghali have become the first Azerbaijanis displaced during the First Nagorno-Karabakh War to return to their hometowns.

Pashinyan confirms the city of Lachin to be handed to Azerbaijan 

In an online press conference that lasted over three-and-a-half hours, Pashinyan dedicated considerable time to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

Pashinyan confirms the city of Lachin to be handed to Azerbaijan 

In an online press conference that lasted over three-and-a-half hours, Pashinyan dedicated considerable time to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

Invisible scars: Children, war, and mental health in Azerbaijan

Two wars and repeated clashes have taken their toll on Azerbaijani children living near Nagorno-Karabakh’s line of contact.

Invisible scars: Children, war, and mental health in Azerbaijan

By Parvana Rahimova

Two wars and repeated clashes have taken their toll on Azerbaijani children living near Nagorno-Karabakh’s line of contact.

Opinion | The silent victims of war

In post-war Azerbaijan, the wives and widows of soldiers are revered only as long as they remain unquestioning.

Opinion | The silent victims of war

By Narmin Shahmarzade

In post-war Azerbaijan, the wives and widows of soldiers are revered only as long as they remain unquestioning.

‘Women against the meat-grinder’: the Armenian women campaigning for peace

As fighting in and around Nagorno-Karabakh continues to flare up, talk of peace in Armenia is often subject to harsh criticism.

‘Women against the meat-grinder’: the Armenian women campaigning for peace

By Arpi Bekaryan

As fighting in and around Nagorno-Karabakh continues to flare up, talk of peace in Armenia is often subject to harsh criticism.

First Azerbaijani IDPs to return to Zangilan ‘in spring’

President Aliyev said that people would return to the newly reconstructed village of Aghali, in the Zangilan District, in the spring and the summer.

First Azerbaijani IDPs to return to Zangilan ‘in spring’

President Aliyev said that people would return to the newly reconstructed village of Aghali, in the Zangilan District, in the spring and the summer.

Voice | ‘I dreamt of freedom’

An Armenian-Lebanese repatriate tells the story of her capture by Azerbaijani forces following the end of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War.

Voice | ‘I dreamt of freedom’

An Armenian-Lebanese repatriate tells the story of her capture by Azerbaijani forces following the end of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War.

Azerbaijan’s children of war: Part II

Leyla and Imdad were forced to flee their homes as children during the First Nagorno-Karabakh War, this is the story of what happened after.

Azerbaijan’s children of war: Part II

By Hamida Giyasbayli

Leyla and Imdad were forced to flee their homes as children during the First Nagorno-Karabakh War, this is the story of what happened after.

Aliyev and Pashinyan meet one-on-one in Brussels

The issue of reopening transport links between the two countries has continued to cause tension.

Aliyev and Pashinyan meet one-on-one in Brussels

The issue of reopening transport links between the two countries has continued to cause tension.

Opinion | Is dialogue viable amid continuous bloodshed?

The co-founder of an  Armenian-Azerbaijani  dialogue platform comments on the challenges facing the project in light of renewed violence between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

Opinion | Is dialogue viable amid continuous bloodshed?

By Arnold Alahverdian

The co-founder of an  Armenian-Azerbaijani  dialogue platform comments on the challenges facing the project in light of renewed violence between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

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