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Voices of dissent: Azerbaijan reacts to war

In Azerbaijan, many have spoken out against the recent fighting despite campaigns to persecute or silence them.

Voices of dissent: Azerbaijan reacts to war

By Ismi Aghayev

In Azerbaijan, many have spoken out against the recent fighting despite campaigns to persecute or silence them.

Datablog | Do Georgians worry about fake news online?

In Georgia, the majority of the internet-using public are concerned about fake news online, believing that fake news is produced in order to draw people's attention away from real issues.

Datablog | Do Georgians worry about fake news online?

By The Caucasus Datablog

In Georgia, the majority of the internet-using public are concerned about fake news online, believing that fake news is produced in order to draw people's attention away from real issues.

Baku court throws out case contesting President's blocking of accounts on social media

The Sabail District Court in Baku refused to consider a lawsuit filed by activist Bakhtiyar Hajiyev.

Baku court throws out case contesting President's blocking of accounts on social media

The Sabail District Court in Baku refused to consider a lawsuit filed by activist Bakhtiyar Hajiyev.

Azerbaijan debates creating its own social media network

Politicians from the ruling party have been highly critical of social networks in recent weeks, suggesting proposals to restrict access.

Azerbaijan debates creating its own social media network

Politicians from the ruling party have been highly critical of social networks in recent weeks, suggesting proposals to restrict access.

Cancelled rap concert sparks freedom of speech debate in Daghestan

The cancellation of a concert by a Russian rapper in Daghestan and a spat with a local MMA star sparked a debate on freedom of speech and religion.

Cancelled rap concert sparks freedom of speech debate in Daghestan

The cancellation of a concert by a Russian rapper in Daghestan and a spat with a local MMA star sparked a debate on freedom of speech and religion.

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