Tag: Azerbaidjan

Turkey and Azerbaijan launch military drills at Armenian border

Azerbaijan announced that its Armed Forces would participate in more than 30 international drills this year.

Azeri MP threatens Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh to "leave or be destroyed"

Several regions were granted to Azerbaijan following the November tripartite agreement.

Azerbaijan doubles down on religious freedom

According to lawyer Subhan Hasanli, the new regulations "amount to the installation of a new, state-centred religion.”

Armenian churches destroyed by Azeri forces in Nagorno-Karabakh

The Shushi province is today mainly occupied by the Azeri army.

Azerbaijan opens “Trophy Park” celebrating genocideo on Armenian Christians

President Aliyev wore a military uniform at the park’s inauguration, emphasizing the continued posture of combat towards Armenia.

Cities split in two following conflict in Karabakh

The situation in the region has deteriorated severely in recent months.

Azerbaijan seizes Armenian heritage artifacts

Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh representatives appealed via Russian peacekeepers for their return, although unsuccesfully.

NGO report accuses Turkey and Azerbaijan of genocidal intent in Nagorno-Karabakh

International Christian Concern published the new report “The Anatomy of Genocide: Karabakh's Forty-Four Day War” last Friday.

Christian Solidarity International warns of "Christian genocide" in Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan’s residents are mostly Muslim, while Armenia is largely made up of Christian.

Nagorno-Karabakh conflict intensifies —thousands of casualties already reported

Officials in Nagorno-Karabakh say nearly two hundred Armenians were killed as a result of the attacks.