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About 360 people live in Aghdam, and are mainly involved in farming. It is one of the few places in Karabakh without electricity, and residents light their homes with candles and heat them with wood stoves. (Photo: Lusine Musayelyan)
Lusine Musayelyan
26 Apr 11
After 1993 war, Aghdam was left a wilderness of shattered houses and twisted wreckage.
Karabakh president Bako Sahakyan is backed by all parliamentary parties. (Photo: Lusine Musaelyan)
Lusine Musayelyan
29 Jan 11
Political parties shun opposition stance by choice, not because of repression, officials insist.
Karabakh voters turned out for parliamentary elections in force – but they didn't appear to have much of a choice. (Photo: Anahit Danielyan)
Lusine Musayelyan
28 May 10
Politicians opposed to government have struggled to form organised opposition, perhaps because they don't wish to appear disloyal to Karabakh.
Lusine Musayelyan
14 Nov 09
Prison authorities allow reporter in to check conditions following claims inmates are mistreated.
Lusine Musayelyan
10 Oct 09
Azeris wary of Armenian station’s attempts to reach out to them.
Lusine Musayelyan
19 Jun 09
Authorities offer incentives for refugees to return, but little grows on their land and employment prospects are grim.
Lusine Musayelyan
13 Feb 09
Minority religions protest over new law that puts them under supervision of authorities.
Lusine Musayelyan
22 May 08
Government unveils long-term energy plans, but public is angered by rising gas prices.
Lusine Musayelyan
9 Apr 08
Government in Nagorny Karabakh gives incentives to encourage couples to get married and have children.
Lusine Musayelyan
6 Sep 07
Old friendships maintained across the Karabakh conflict divide.

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