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Insult laws can be very easily manipulated by those in positions of power to shut down and punish criticism
An Azerbaijani journalist, who spoke critically of the authorities on social media, has been sentenced to five and a half years in prison.
Autocrats try to use international competitions to control the world’s view of them. We should beat them at their own games, writes Padraig Reidy
The sentencing of eight youth activists this week is just the latest addition to a long list of human rights abuses by Azerbaijani authorities
We should enjoy the football and praise the players, but we owe it to brave Azerbaijanis to ask some tough questions about Atlético's relationship with Ilham Aliyev's repressive regime, Padraig Reidy writes
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Azadliq has been named The Guardian Journalism Award winner.
On International Women's Day, we salute all the women around the world who stand up for freedom of expression
Khadija Ismayilova tells democratic countries she doesn't want "private diplomacy": "I don't believe in human rights advocacy behind closed doors. People of my country need to know that human rights are supported."
A power outage prior to the screening of an arts documentary in Azerbaijan has raised concerns as to the government's involvement in censoring artistic freedom of expression
The glossy image presented in the title edited by President Aliyev's daughter is in stark contrast to the country of those fighting for democracy, writes Milana Knezevic