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Many villages have become border settlements, with no buffer zone.
President’s party wins again as pressure grows on independent observers and opposition forces.
Officials warn that historic sites in areas under Baku’s control risk damage.
While their visible presence is reassuring, questions still remain over longer-term solutions.
Families of detainees demand answers about the fate of loved ones.
14 Oct 20
Neighbour state has welcomed politicians and injured protestors alike.
12 Oct 20
Tehran has a complex game to play as it struggles not to take sides.
9 Oct 20
Independent, dissenting Azerbaijani voices have never been so ostracised.
8 Oct 20
Some young people are challenging the narrative of conflict.
7 Oct 20
Armenia’s strategic ally is keeping quiet – but may be playing a longer game.
6 Oct 20
Volunteers rally to clean up city, ensure security and prevent looting.
6 Oct 20
Election results cancelled as opposition supporters seize control of key offices.
6 Oct 20
Fears of rising casualties as crisis continues.
1 Oct 20
How the arrogance of a ruling elite, determined to retain power, triggered public rage.
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