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Sabuhi Mammadli

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Images that appear to show Azerbaijani fighters in Syria, taken from video on FIsyria.com, a Russian-language jihadi website.
Sabuhi Mammadli
30 Jan 14
Religious affiliation – Shia or Sunni – determines which side volunteers take.
Supporters the Azadliq newspaper pledging funds to save it from financial ruin. (Photo: Ramin Deko)
Sabuhi Mammadli
6 Dec 13
Libel suits, unpaid bills and now a ban on some street sales look like stealthy moves to curb critical voices.
Azerbaijani writer Rafiq Tagi, who died on November 23 four days after a brutal knife attack, (Photo: APA news agency)
Sabuhi Mammadli
25 Nov 11
Rafiq Tagi was an unrelenting critic of Iranian theocracy and political Islam in Azerbaijan.
Yvonne Botteau Jacques makes headlines on her return to France. (Photo: Sabuhi Mammadli)
Sabuhi Mammadli
24 Oct 11
IWPR story about her life in Azerbaijan helps bring about reunion in France with relatives she had not seen for over 60 years.
Sabir Rustamkhanli (centre), head of the World Congress of Azerbaijanis, during the protests outside the Iranian embassy. (Photo: Sabuhi Mammadli)
Sabuhi Mammadli
9 Sep 11
Environmental protests in Iran spark concerns about ethnic Azerbaijanis living around shrinking lake.
Yvonne (Joanna) Botteau Jacques at her home in Murguzalli. (Photo: Sabuhi Mammadli)
Sabuhi Mammadli
1 Aug 11
IWPR reporter comes across elderly Frenchwoman with extraordinary story to tell, and one wish – to visit her home once more.
Reporter Sabuhi Mammadli interviews flood victims. (Photo: IWPR)
Sabuhi Mammadli
18 Jul 11
Government set aside plenty of cash for compensation, but it doesn’t seem to have translated into full payouts or decent replacement homes.
Sabuhi Mammadli
12 Dec 10
Officials say opposition briefings provided basis for allegations that Azerbaijani leaders behave like characters from Godfather films.
Chinese street trader in Baku. (Photo: Abbas Atilay)
Sabuhi Mammadli
7 Oct 10
Azeris angry about the arrival of illegal workers at a time when they are struggling to find jobs.
Azerbaijan’s grain harvest this year was far lower than expected, partly due to bad weather but also because of chronic underpending. (Photo: Sabuhi Mammadli)
Sabuhi Mammadli
10 Sep 10
Chronic lack of productivity compounded by bad weather and grain import problems.

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