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.
Baku set to purchase Turkish unmanned combat drones
The drone can also be used for reconnaissance and intelligence-gathering missions.
Supreme Court upholds fine for journalist who documented voter fraud
Finding Vagifgizi guilty, the court ruled on 22 June that the journalist had to pay a fine.
Human Rights House Foundation condemns crackdown in Azerbaijan
The Norwegian Human Rights House Foundation has expressed its concern about Azerbaijan's crackdown on dissident voices.
Activist Giyas Ibrahimov takes solitary stand against police violence
The young activist was accused of minor hooliganism.
Weekend curfew followed by complications in Azerbaijan
Baku imposed a curfew the last weekend, ordering residents in cities to stay home after the sharp rise of coronavirus cases in the country.
Resources providing access to blocked sites in Azerbaijan may be restricted
VPNs may be the next target of the Azerbaijani government.
Freedom House: First lady expected to takeover from President Aliyev
In its newly released report, Freedom House claims that first lady and vice-president Mehriban Aliyeva is expected to succeed President Ilham Aliyev in any upcoming power change in Azerbaijan.