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Shusha declared cultural capital of Azerbaijan

President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev signed an order today declaring the city of Shusha the cultural capital of Azerbaijan. Earlier, the head of state said that Shusha deserves to be named the cultural capital of the country. "I …

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Exiled Azerbaijanis: "We are ready to live in liberated territories, even in tents."

As a young woman in 1993, Azerbaijani Ramziya Sharifova waded across a river into Iran with her family to escape Armenian forces capturing her village, then watched as they burned it to the ground. Nearly 30 years later, she's finally planning to go home. The 47-year-old librarian is one of the 750,000 Azerbaijanis who fled the Nagorno-Karabakh region in southwestern Azerbaijan and several surrounding districts in the early 1990s

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Iskander missile wreckage found near Shusha

Armenia used Iskander missiles against Azerbaijan in the Second Karabakh war, a representative of the Azerbaijan National Agency for Mine Action (ANAMA) told Caliber.az. "Since December 2020, the Agency for Mine Action has …

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Azerbaijan creating DOST Center in Shusha

The work has already begun to establish the DOST ('Friend') Center in Shusha city upon the instructions of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, according to Azerbaijani Minister of Labor and Social Protection of Population Sahil …

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Azerbaijan to rebuild liberated territories in a smart way

After the peace agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan in November 2020, the latter immediately set to work on the decontamination, reconstruction, rehabilitation and reintegration of liberated Karabakh, which had suffered enormous destruction over the course of the Armenian occupation over the last 30 years

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Ilham Aliyev and Mehriban Aliyeva visit Shusha city

President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, First Vice-President of Azerbaijan Mehriban Aliyeva and Vice-President of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation Leyla Aliyeva visited Shusha city on March 16. A detailed report on the trip will be made on …

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Khazar Ibrahim: "Over $50B material damage inflicted on Azerbaijan by Armenia"

The total material damage Armenia inflicted on Azerbaijan amounts to more than $50 billion, Azerbaijan's ambassador to Turkey told Anadolu Agency in an interview. "Apart from the occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh and seven adjacent regions, and war crimes committed during the wars, Armenia violated the international law among others through the efforts of the destruction of cultural heritage, ecocides, and theft of our natural wealth," Khazar Ibrahim said, Anadolu Agency reports

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Land covered with carpet of mines. Hundreds of thousands of Azerbaijanis are waiting to return home

After the Second Karabakh conflict ended, dozens of Azerbaijani servicemen and internally displaced persons died or were wounded as a result of a mine explosion. Most of the civilian victims tried to see with their own eyes what was left of their cities and villages in and around Nagorno-Karabakh. The area remains closed to civilians until the clearance of unexploded ordnance is completed

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