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6 Jul 11
Azerbaijani and Armenian leaders can't agree how they would begin ending long-running dispute.
17 Jun 11
Cases reflect not only individual plight of people displaced by conflict, but also political will to score points off the other side.
Karabakh president Bako Sahakyan is backed by all parliamentary parties. (Photo: Lusine Musaelyan)
29 Jan 11
Political parties shun opposition stance by choice, not because of repression, officials insist.
Built between the 9th and 13th centuries, the Dadivank monastery has undergone substantial restoration in recent years. (Photo: Anahit Danielyan)
25 Jan 11
Lack of recognition and poor infrastructure make this a destination for the more adventurous.
Women in a military unit during the Karabakh War. (Photo: Margarita Taranyan)
20 Dec 10
Women say they are much more prominent in civil and business life due largely to the full part they played in the fighting.
Vladimir Arzumanyan, winner of the junior Eurovision song contest, on his return to Nagorny Karabakh. (Photo: Lilit Asryan)
4 Dec 10
Young singer entered as citizen of Armenia as Nagorny Karabakh remains unrecognised.
17 Sep 10
Armenians fear losing important source of water in negotiations over future of the territory.
13 Aug 10
Music festival brings European artists, but there’s a long way to go before Stepanakert can enjoy the rich cultural life of Soviet times.
The village of Koti sits on a stretch of Armenian territory that is nearly surrounded by Azerbaijan. (Photo: Gayane Mkrtchyan)
6 Aug 10
Armenian villagers say number of shooting incidents is increasing.
Voters in elections to the Karabakh parliament won’t have much choice because of the absence of opposition candidates. Photo by Anahit Danielyan.
7 Jul 10
Activists say lack of an opposition harming development of free society in entity.