Azerbaijan's efforts to overcome hostility are not welcomed in Armenia yet

After The Second Karabakh War ended Armenia and Azerbaijan can hope for unblocking of all transport and economic communications routes, Dr. Esmira Jafarova, a Board Member of the Center of Analysis of International Relations (AIR Center), Baku, Azerbaijan, writes in the article Building Peace And Stability In South Caucasus Should Be A Two-Way Street – OpEd for Eurasiareview

Armenian Armed Forces shell Barda

The Armenian armed forces once again subjected the Azerbaijani city of Barda to an intensive rocket and artillery bombardment, the correspondent of Vestnik Kavkaza informs. Today, at about 4 pm local time, a shell hit a private …

Armenia does not hide war crimes

The desire of the Armenian side to re-take lost positions and to retaliate for other losses has led Yerevan to disregard the international calls for a ceasefire and attacking Azerbaijan’s civilian settlements with missiles, writes Vasif Huseynov, a senior adviser at the Center of Analysis of International Relations of Azerbaijan, in the article Deliberately killing civilians is a war crime for EurActiv

Armenian troops again shell Barda (PHOTO)

By violating the humanitarian ceasefire regime, the Armenian Armed Forces shelled Azerbaijan’s Barda city by using 'Smerch' multiple rocket launchers, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said. As a result of the strikes, 21 …