Over five thousand athletes from 49 Olympic nations will compete in the Azerbaijan capital Baku in the first European Games.
The country’s ancient
Lech in Warsaw asks: “The European Union is to hold its third Eastern Partnership Summit later this month in Vilnius. What is this partnership
Baku is the capital and largest city of Azerbaijan. Known as the City of Contrasts, Baku boasts an interesting blend of traditional values and modern
Authorities in Azerbaijan are engaged in an “abusive strategy” to clampdown on freedom of expression ahead of elecitons next month, say Human Rights
This final edition of Azerbaijan Life takes us to the city of Sheki, nestling in the foothills of the Caucasus mountains.
For centuries, it has
In this second edition of Azerbaijan Life, we travel northwest to the country’s second largest city of Ganja.
It was home to the poet Nizami, born
The Caucasus region is a crossroads of more than 50 ethnic groups and a variety of religious beliefs. Many of these populations have inhabited the
In this edition of Azerbaijan Life we go to the capital of the country, Baku, to see and hear how the city is moving into the future.
Baku is on
Representatives from 35 countries and over 250 organisations gathered at the 12th Azerbaijan International Travel and Tourism Fair, all aiming to
On the eve of a new round of negotiations between Armenia and Azerbaijan, mediated by Russia, the president of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, told
María Piñeiro euronews:
“President Sargsyan, there appears to be a sense of optimism about the possible outcome of the meeting to be held in Kazan
On the eve of a new round of negotiations between Armenia and Azerbaijan, mediated by Russia, the president of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, spoke to
The Caspian Republic of Azerbaijan sees itself as a successful multicultural society, with all its religions coexisting peacefully – while Europe
Dancing in the streets, resolving quarrels and paying tributes: Novruz, the spring festival of Persian origin, has been celebrated for over three