“I didn’t even know that there was such a thing as vegetarianism”
On World Vegetarian Day, Meydan TV looks at vegetarians and vegans in Azerbaijan to find out who they are and what they eat.
“They’re not even human”
“For 22 years I have been living in the hope of returning to my homeland”
The 2020 Fall War: A Look Back
Here a look back at the war that broke out between Azerbaijan and Armenia last year.
How does Pegasus spyware spy on Azerbaijani activists?
A new investigation has found that Azerbaijan used Pegasus spyware to follow civil society activists, journalists and politicians.
Style and comfort in one: Adaptive clothing for people with disabilities
For every hundred people in Azerbaijan, there are about six with disabilities.
How Facebook trolls spread pro-regime sentiment in Azerbaijan
We spoke to Facebook whistleblower Sophie Zhang about the problem.
Baku soldier's Armenian mother: "War brings grief to everyone"
Maria Aliyeva's son Samir died in the first Karabakh war at age 19.
Azerbaijan once again Europe's "most homophobic country"
This year's Rainbow Index puts Azerbaijan in last place.
Meet Nurjahan, Baku's female cab driver
Nurjahan Jabiyeva has been working as a taxi driver for 33 years.
Press Freedom in Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan has risen one place in RSF's 2021 Press Freedom Index.