IDPs who fled Nagorno-Karabakh 30 years ago hope to live in their old homes after last year’s war, but progress is slow.
Baku and Yerevan again clashed over the control of frontiers defined by Soviet cartographers, raising fears of conflict.
Baku and Yerevan trade barbs as flare-up along shared border threatens fragile ceasefire agreement.
The Armenian defence ministry says the ceasefire was brokered by Russia after clashes sparked fears of a new flare-up.
Several people have been killed and injured as de-mining agencies say lack of resources slows efforts to clear weaponry.
The late Armenian activist showed us the way to peace in the South Caucasus.
The two rivals are trading accusations at the International Court of Justice, almost a year since signing a ceasefire.
One year has passed since the Nagorno-Karabakh war and there are hints that diplomatic ties could be built.
Azerbaijan denied the allegations made at the ICJ and accused Armenia of ‘decades-long ethnic cleansing’.
European financial institutions must keep their environmental commitments beyond EU borders.
Experts say both could benefit economically and geopolitically if they follow up on pledges towards normalisation.
Armenia has called on Russia to deploy troops along its border with Azerbaijan to prevent further violence.
PM Nikol Pashinyan says the move would allow border demarcation to be carried out without the risk of military clashes.
Incident was one of deadliest since a six-week war between ethnic Armenian forces and Baku over Nagorno-Karabakh.