Azerbaijan

Propaganda Machine? Wikipedia Enabling Armenian Genocide Denial

A recent exposé of a regional Wikipedia project revealed some troubling stories of propaganda and abuse — even denial of a genocide The Wikipedia branch in Azerbaijan, a small democratic Muslim country in the Middle East, allowed...
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International Conference In Vienna: Executive Director Of The Geneva Centre Meets With Officials Of...

By Geneva CentreVIENNA, Jun 21 2019 (IPS-Partners) Following the 19 June international conference on “From the Interfaith and Inter-Civilizational Cooperation to Human Security” held in Vienna, the Executive Director of the Geneva Centre for...
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Transfer Insight On Real Madrid's Eden Hazard Plan And Romelu Lukaku's Future

Eden Hazard said goodbye to Chelsea fans in the minutes that followed the final whistle of Wednesday's Europa League final in Baku, and Real Madrid are now preparing to lay out the red carpet to welcome him at the Santiago Bernabeu...
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Mesut Ozil Compared To A Bag Of Cement As Arsenal Thrashed By Chelsea In Baku

German international Mesut Özil was signed by Arsene Wenger by Arsenal from Real Madrid in 2013 but has failed to make an impact in recent seasons and has been accused by fans of "going missing".
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New Snake Species In Europe Named After A Long-forgotten Iron Age Kingdom

An international team of scientists identified the snake and its range, which includes Turkey, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Iraq, Iran, and Russia including a small region extending into the corner of Europe. Based on the genetic and morphological...
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Half A Century And Counting? Strike Duo Hold Key To Arsenal Hopes

Baku (AFP) – Arsenal are aiming to win a first European trophy in a quarter of a century in distant Baku on Wednesday and their hopes of doing so appear to rest at the feet of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette. After missing...
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Uefa President Ceferin Defends Baku Final

Berlin (AFP) – UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has defended the decision to host the Europa League final in Baku in an interview with German news magazine Der Spiegel to be published on Saturday. Chelsea and Arsenal are set to play in Baku...
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Bulgaria, Greece Start Work On Gas Pipeline From Azerbaijan

Bulgaria and Greece are launching the construction of a pipeline to transport Azeri gas to Bulgaria to ease its almost total dependence on Russian gas supplies. At a ceremony near the border on Wednesday, the two prime ministers, Boyko Borissov...
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Azerbaijan, A Citadel Of Multi Ethnic Tolerance

I have just returned from a visit to Azerbaijan where I attended the 5th World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue, a two-day international gathering to build a dialogue into action against discrimination, inequality, and violent conflict. Searching in...

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The Nagorno-karabakh Cease-fire At 25

Masis Mayilian Security, Eurasia Marking the twenty-fifth anniversary of the cease-fire in the area of the Azerbaijan-Karabakh conflict. This month marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the cease-fire brokered by the Russian Federation among all...
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Baku: Processing Common Sense

Mr. Ilham Aliyev is the current President of the Republic of Azerbaijan. He is the son of Heydar Aliyev, who served as the third President of Azerbaijan, from October 1993 to October 2003. Mr. Heydar Aliyev, the father, recognized as the national...
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Spyplane Smasher: This Plane Was Built To Kill America's Sr-71

WarIsBoring Security, Meet the MiG-25 The last Foxbats left Russian service in December 2013. A small number reportedly remain active in Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Syria. “The withdrawal of the MiG-25 leaves notable gaps in Russia’s...
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Azerbaijan Indicates Mkhitaryan Can Play In Europa Final

Azerbaijan's Foreign Ministry has indicated Arsenal midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan can play in the Europa League final despite tension between Azerbaijan and his native Armenia        
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London Calling – In Baku: Aubameyang Hat-trick Takes Arsenal Into Chelsea Showdown

Valencia (Spain) (AFP) – Arsenal will play Chelsea in the Europa League final after a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang hat-trick ended Valencia’s hopes of another dramatic European comeback on Thursday.  Trailing 3-1 from the first leg,...
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In A World Of Intolerance, Azerbaijan Is The Exception

In many countries in the world the social fabric is complex, made of many ethnicities and religious groups, not necessarily having copacetic and cordial relations. A visit to the offices of Mr. Mubariz Gurbanli, the Chairman of the Republic of...
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Executive Director Of The Geneva Centre Received By The Chairman Of The Caucasus Muslims Board His...

By Geneva CentreBAKU, AZERBAIJAN, May 3 2019 (IPS-Partners) (Geneva Centre) – The Head of the Religious Community in Azerbaijan His Virtue Shaikh-ul Islam Allahshukur Pashazadeh invited the Executive Director of the Geneva Centre for Human...
Related topics: Caucasus, Religion, Human Rights

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Fifth World Forum On Intercultural Dialogue: Societies Must Work Together To Build More Tolerant,...

By Geneva CentreBAKU, AZERBAIJAN, May 3 2019 (IPS-Partners) (Geneva Centre) – In times when religions have been considered as a source of hatred and division, harnessing its collective energy in the pursuit of equal citizenship rights is...
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Azerbaijan Foreign Policy: A Well Calculated And Dynamic Political Chess Game

The dictionary explains a chess game as a well calculated and memorized sequence of moves. When I was first invited to visit Azerbaijan, my impression was that this small country of approximately 10 million people, located between the predatory...

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Azerbaijan Journalist: Freed From Prison, But Not Free To Travel 

Azerbaijan is a small country, yet it makes a large footprint on the world stage in two areas: oil, of which it has much, and media freedom, of which it has little.    Azerbaijan's oil wealth gives the nation's president, Ilham Aliyev, an...

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Engaging World’s Youth Vital To Preventing Violent Extremism, Building Sustainable Peace, Un...

The spotlight for the second and final day of the 5th World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue in Baku, Azerbaijan, shined brightly on youth, with a lively discussion on the vital role young people play in countering and preventing violent extremism.
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