State agencies partnered with a drug trafficker
The State Committee for Work with Religious Associations has outsourced events promoting Islamic unity to a company headed by a man who has been imprisoned for using and selling drugs.
Beaten to death in the army he loved
Suleyman Kazimov was cleared of treason after he was beaten to death under interrogation
Cotton workers didn’t know they were standing in poison
Cotton worker: "I lost consciousness. When I woke up, I was in the hospital connected to a drip."
Azerbaijan hospital building goes slowly
Despite multi-million dollar tenders, the construction of medical facilities stalls.
Baku’s man in America
An American oil and gas consultant of Azerbaijani origin received over $250,000 from the Laundromat to influence US policy
Pasha Holding expands while living standards plummet
A company controlled by the First Daughters expanded its assets rapidly as savings and living standards in Azerbaijan plummeted with the national currency
UK law firm accused of failings over Arzu and Leyla Aliyeva's offshore assets
Child & Child set up secret company in British Virgin Islands and claimed Leyla and Arzu Aliyev had no political connections
Aliyev cousins have their own careers
The Aliyev family includes a professional poker player, a debt collector, restaurant owners, and more
Maltese taxpayers losing out in gas deal with Azerbaijan
Maltese taxpayers could be losing tens of millions of dollars per year in an energy deal with Azerbaijan.
Russian whistleblower linked to slain Maltese journalist turns self in
Maria Yefimova is accused of giving Daphne Caruana Galizia crucial information for a report she wrote pointing to possibly illicit links between the governments of Malta and Azerbaijan