Top opposition member Ibrahim in pretrial detention
Mammad Ibrahim will remain in pretrial detention for four months.
ICG calls on Baku and Yerevan to keep communication channels open
The International Crisis Group has called on both Armenia and Azerbaijan to use communication channels to avoid misunderstanding.
U.S. State Department urges Azerbaijani govt. to stop silencing political opponents
The State Department called authorities not to use COVID-19 to silence civil society and opposition voices in the country.
Journalists detained during demonstration released
The Azerbaijani journalists detained while covering a demonstration calling for war with Armenia were released on Friday, over two days later.
Aliyev sacks Foreign Minister amid border clashes with Armenia
Mammadyarov's dismissal came a day after Aliyev harshly criticized him in an online cabinet meeting saying he could not find the former minister over the weekend when the recent skirmishes began.
Seven detained in overnight rally, and Azerbaijani general buried in Baku
A criminal case has been opened against the detainees.
“No need for meaningless negotiations” in Nagorno-Karabakh, Aliyev says
Aliyev also underlined that Baku could resort to military option at any time.
Flame Towers complex under investigation, COVID-19 cases pass 20,000
The hotel had reportedly opened its swimming pool for guests over the weekend.
Minsk group concerned over provocative statements
Yerevan escalated tensions with Baku in late May.
LGBTQ+ rights activists hold online pride parade in Baku
More than 250 people reportedly joined the online march.