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#Second Nagorno-Karabakh War

A personal history of trauma: thirty years of depression

One woman grapples with the emotional scars war leaves on its victims, and what it means to finally return home.

A personal history of trauma: thirty years of depression

By Larissa Sotieva

One woman grapples with the emotional scars war leaves on its victims, and what it means to finally return home.

Voice | ‘Women must put an end to the war’

Araksia Martirosyan, participated in the First Nagorno-Karabakh War, fought during the four day clashes in 2016, and returned to the front in 2020.

Voice | ‘Women must put an end to the war’

Araksia Martirosyan, participated in the First Nagorno-Karabakh War, fought during the four day clashes in 2016, and returned to the front in 2020.

A personal history of trauma: The soldier with no photographs

One veteran laments how selfies, social media, and propaganda have twisted the horror of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War.

A personal history of trauma: The soldier with no photographs

By Larissa Sotieva

One veteran laments how selfies, social media, and propaganda have twisted the horror of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War.

A personal history of trauma: a woman of war 

Every time war comes, one woman and her family are forced to leave their home, and every time, they hope it will only be for a short while.

A personal history of trauma: a woman of war 

By Larissa Sotieva

Every time war comes, one woman and her family are forced to leave their home, and every time, they hope it will only be for a short while.

A personal history of trauma: a grandmother’s keys

Exploring societal trauma through the personal stories of Armenians and Azerbaijanis, how it manifests, and how it contributes to the conflict. 

A personal history of trauma: a grandmother’s keys

By Larissa Sotieva

Exploring societal trauma through the personal stories of Armenians and Azerbaijanis, how it manifests, and how it contributes to the conflict. 

Opinion | Religious freedom is more limited than ever in the ‘new Azerbaijan’

Despite the instrumentalisation of religion during the war, hopes of greater religious freedom emerging in its wake are fast fading.

Opinion | Religious freedom is more limited than ever in the ‘new Azerbaijan’

By Rovshan Mammadli

Despite the instrumentalisation of religion during the war, hopes of greater religious freedom emerging in its wake are fast fading.

New convictions as trials of Armenian captives continues in Azerbaijan 

Dozens of Armenian captives are standing trial or have already been convicted in Azerbaijan.

New convictions as trials of Armenian captives continues in Azerbaijan 

Dozens of Armenian captives are standing trial or have already been convicted in Azerbaijan.

Fifteen Armenian POWs released in Russian mediated deal

The prisoners were released in exchange for landmine maps for the Fuzuli and Zangilan regions.

Fifteen Armenian POWs released in Russian mediated deal

The prisoners were released in exchange for landmine maps for the Fuzuli and Zangilan regions.

Video | In the Shadow of War: Voices from Nagorno-Karabakh

A short documentary about the aftermath of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War that looks at the conflict from the perspective of some of those who experienced it first hand.

Video | In the Shadow of War: Voices from Nagorno-Karabakh

A short documentary about the aftermath of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War that looks at the conflict from the perspective of some of those who experienced it first hand.

Two Azerbaijani journalists and one official die in landmine explosion in Kalbajar 

Another four people were hospitalised when their car ran over an anti-tank mine.  

Two Azerbaijani journalists and one official die in landmine explosion in Kalbajar 

Another four people were hospitalised when their car ran over an anti-tank mine.  

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