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Female reporters routinely intimidated by blackmail, sexual assault and harassment.
Azerbaijan and Georgia need to answer urgent questions about reporter’s kidnapping and imprisonment.
The costs of Azerbaijan putting its name on the map are high, but the benefits are not clear.
State repression means that something as simple as a call for gender equality cannot be tolerated.
Moves seen as tactic to calm international criticism.
24 Nov 15
Analysts examine new trends as geopolitical context evolves.
7 Nov 15
Local group judges vote “not free, not fair, not democratic and not transparent”.
3 Nov 15
“First they destroyed opposition-leaning and independent media inside the country, and then they shifted to the international media."
27 Oct 15
Opposition figure Ilgar Mammadov beaten up by prison staff, lawyer says.
23 Oct 15
Instead, observers from former Soviet states will applaud the ruling party's repeat victory.
12 Oct 15
Just a "routine" spike in cross-border attacks, or something more ominous?
30 Sep 15
Borrowers squeezed tight by exchange rate shift that raised their repayments.
25 Sep 15
European legislators demanded release of political prisoners, and a probe into allegations of high-level corruption.
23 Sep 15
Investigators say they're questioning witnesses for a separate criminal investigation, but presidential advisor confirms detentions are warning to journalists.
2 Sep 15
As Khadija Ismayil is given a seven-and-a-half year jail term, she tells judges that witnesses were pressured and testimony based on coercion and forgery.
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