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International organisations condemn deteriorating freedom of expression situation

The International Partnership Group for Azerbaijan (IPGA), coordinated by ARTICLE 19, is deeply concerned by the deteriorating freedom of (...)

Published on 7 September 2012 Read

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Freedom of expression situation worsens in aftermath of Eurovision

The International Partnership Group for Azerbaijan (IPGA), coordinated by Article 19, condemns recent actions taken by the Azerbaijani (...)

Published on 25 June 2012 Read

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Independent journalist beaten unconscious by state oil company guards

Update - 19.04.2012: The International Partnership Group for Azerbaijan (IPGA) wrote to President Ilham Aliyev today asking him ensure that an (...)

Published on 18 April 2012 Read

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Journalist’s relatives beaten, home attacked with excavator

The severe beating of members of journalist Idrak Abbasov’s family and the partial destruction of their home in a Baku suburb with a mechanical (...)

Published on 14 September 2011 Read

Articles Azerbaijan

President Aliev says police will not be punished for beating up journalists

Reporters Without Borders condemns comments made today by President Ilham Aliev in which he told a group of police academy graduates that he (...)

Published on 2 July 2007 Read

Articles Azerbaijan

Support Committee calls for release of journalist Sakit Zahidov

Reporters Without Borders today publishes an appeal from the support committee for Sakit Zahidov to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of (...)

Published on 28 June 2006 Read

Articles Azerbaijan

President Aliev urged to stem wave of attacks on journalists

Reporters Without Borders called today on Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliev to take immediate steps to protect journalists after a wave of (...)

Published on 11 October 2005 Read

2002 Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan - Annual report 2002

Press freedom saw unprecedented deterioration in 2001. A dozen journalists were detained; at least ten others were physically attacked; court (...)

Published on 30 April 2002 Read




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