Europe

Four soldiers killed in Azerbaijan-Armenia border clashes

Azerbaijan and Armenia trade blame over a new escalation at their border that killed at least four Azerbaijani soldiers.

Four soldiers killed in Azerbaijan-Armenia border clashes

AJ Impact

Oil prices fall as analysts see more carnage on the horizon

Brent settled at $20 while WTI plunged almost 23 percent to settle at $13 as analysts warn of drawn-out market saga.

Oil prices fall as analysts see more carnage on the horizon

Azerbaijan

Azeri opposition leaders held as police block poll result protest

Opposition party says dozens of people arrested, including party leaders and candidates.

Azeri opposition leaders held as police block poll result protest

Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan governing party wins vote, opposition cries foul

President Aliyev, who has been in power for 17 years, called vote in December, nine months before it was due.

Azerbaijan governing party wins vote, opposition cries foul

Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan to hold snap parliamentary election on February 9

President Ilham Aliyev's move follows a surprise parliamentary vote this week to dissolve the legislature.

Azerbaijan to hold snap parliamentary election on February 9

Europe

Azerbaijan's MPs ask president to dissolve parliament

The appeal comes a month after the prime minister resigned without explanation and was replaced by a presidential ally.

Azerbaijan's MPs ask president to dissolve parliament

Asia

Azerbaijan PM resigns, president replaces him with loyalist

Economic adviser and longtime ally Ali Asadov has been named the new prime minister by President Ilham Aliyev.

Azerbaijan PM resigns, president replaces him with loyalist

United Kingdom

Woman fights UK wealth order after $21m bill at Harrods

Azerbaijan national becomes the first target of the British government's new initiative to seize ill-gotten money.

Woman fights UK wealth order after spending $21m at Harrods

Inside Story

Will the Caspian Sea deal hold?

Five countries have agreed to share resources of the oil-rich, but landlocked, Caspian Sea.

Europe

Five-nation deal paves way for tapping Caspian riches

Five states sharing Caspian shoreline sign deal on legal status of inland body of water, agreeing to keep it exclusive.

Talk to Al Jazeera

Ready to talk Nagorno-Karabakh peace: Armenia PM Nikol Pashinyan

Interim PM Pashinyan discusses Armenia's "Velvet Revolution", economic reforms and relations with Azerbaijan and Turkey.

Voices

The Azeri master of Mugham: From war to the Royal Albert Hall

After being spotted while working as a porter having been shot in war, Gochag Askarov became a celebrated folk singer.

The Azeri master of Mugham: From war to the Royal Albert Hall

Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan's displaced eye return to Armenian-controlled lands

Decades after Nagorno-Karabakh war, more than a million Azerbaijanis live as refugees and internally displaced persons.

Azerbaijan's displaced eye return to Armenian-controlled lands

Asia

Azerbaijan election: President Ilham Aliyev wins fourth term

Ilham Aliyev has secured a landslide victory in a snap presidential election that was boycotted by the main opposition parties.

Asia

Azerbaijan's Aliyev set to win poll boycotted by opposition

Opposition parties say they are boycotting the presidential vote because of President Ilham Aliyev's sustained crackdown on dissent during his rule and a likely rigging of electoral results.