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Azerbaijan celebrates National Flag Day

Today, on November 9, Azerbaijani citizens are celebrating the 102nd anniversary of the Azerbaijan National Flag. The Azerbaijani Democratic Republic (ADR), which existed until 1920, adopted the Azerbaijani tricolor as the national flag …

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Armenia withdraws from Junior Eurovision 2020

Armenia’s national broadcaster, AMPTV, has announced that Armenia is withdrawing from this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC), according to the statement posted today on the contest's website. "The …

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Rami Meir: "Baku is happy city in my life"

Israeli artist Rami Meir's personal exhibition "The History of One People - for the Whole World" opened at the State Museum of Oriental Art in Moscow. Within its framework, paintings and wooden sculptures dedicated to the …

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The Master and Margarita

Famous song of Alla Pugacheva, “A Million Scarlet Roses” to the verses of Andrei Voznesensky, tells of the crazy and very beautiful act of a poor artist who spent all his property on flowers for his beloved in the hope of …

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Shusha: 28 years of occupation

Twenty eight years have passed since the occupation of Azerbaijan's town of Shusha by Armenia's armed forces. Shusha, one of the unique cultural centers of Azerbaijan, is a city, characterized for its natural beauty, and is …

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