Azerbaijan to open bus routes to liberated territories

Bus routes will be opened to the cities and districts of Azerbaijan liberated from occupation, head of the Public Relations Department of the State Road Transport Service under Azerbaijan's Ministry of Transport, Communications and High …

Ganja's children: ""We thought we would remain under the rubble..."

The United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, published an article about conflict-affected children in Azerbaijan learning to recover. The recent escalation of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has left numerous children suffering from psychological distress. Children came under fire and lost homes, families or loved ones. Dozens of children were killed or wounded

Report reveals Armenian war crimes against Azerbaijan

Turkey's Ombudsman Institution prepared a report on Armenia's war crimes and human rights violations against Azerbaijan, detailing the atrocities by the Armenian Army in the Nagorno-Karabakh region before its recent liberation, Daily Sabah writes in the article Report reveals Armenian war crimes against Azerbaijan

Armenian rocket killed Anna Mehrabyan's son in Ganja

Russian citizen Mayakov Artur Vasilievich, born in 2007, was seriously wounded in a rocket attack on the city of Ganja by the Armenian armed forces on October 7 and later died. Artur's mother, Anna Mehrabyan, who is a resident of …

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

Jews pray for peace in Nagorno-Karabakh

"On October 18th, I found myself in Azerbaijan’s Ganja, a day after the fourth missile attack had struck civilian targets in the city. I witnessed the tragic scenes of destruction and death in a residential district, meeting Jewish families and hearing their accounts first-hand," Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi of Azerbaijan Shneor Segal writes in the article Daring to hope in Nagorno-Karabakh for Jewish News