Aleksandr Lapshin sentenced to three years in prison
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Aleksandr Lapshin sentenced to three years in prison

Today, the Baku Court of Grave Crimes has completed the trial of blogger Alexander Lapshin. Report informs, under the chairmanship of Judge Aliovsat Abasov, A. Lapshin was sentenced…

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About 500 officials injured during riots in Hamburg
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About 500 officials injured during riots in Hamburg

Almost 500 officials were injured in riots in Hamburg during the G20 summit. Report informs citing the foreign media, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said. “We have…

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Man stabs his wife and two minor children to death in Azerbaijan’s Mingachevir city
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Man stabs his wife and two minor children to death in Azerbaijan’s Mingachevir city

A murder was committed in Azerbaijan’s Mingachevir city. City resident Nazim Huseynov (born in 1960) has stabbed his wife Aynura Huseynova and children Huseyn Huseynov (born in 2009)…

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4 ISIS-linked terrorists plotting public transport attacks detained in Moscow
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4 ISIS-linked terrorists plotting public transport attacks detained in Moscow

Four members of an ISIS-linked terrorist network, who were managed from the territory of Syria and were preparing attacks on the Moscow public transport system, have been detained.…

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Prosecutor seeks 14-year sentence for Vidadi Zeynalov
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Prosecutor seeks 14-year sentence for Vidadi Zeynalov

The Baku Court of Grave Crimes on Friday continued the trial in the criminal case involving Vidadi Zeynalov, former head of the Office of the Ministry of Communications…

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EC fines Facebook $ 120 mln over ‘misleading’ in purchase of WhatsApp
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EC fines Facebook $ 120 mln over ‘misleading’ in purchase of WhatsApp

Facebook has been fined $ 120 mln by the EU for providing “incorrect or misleading” information during its purchase of messaging service WhatsApp in 2014. Report informs citing…

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MoD: Armenia confirmed to have shelled Azerbaijani settlements
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MoD: Armenia confirmed to have shelled Azerbaijani settlements

The Armenian side has published a video showing their armed forces shelling Azerbaijani residential areas and military positions, along with information that the Azerbaijani side allegedly suffered losses,…

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Azerbaijan approves rules for ensuring security in frontline settlements
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Azerbaijan approves rules for ensuring security in frontline settlements

Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev has signed a decree approving the rules for provision of security regime in residential areas along frontline, APA reported. The Cabinet of Ministers is…

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Armenia continues violating ceasefire with Azerbaijan
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Armenia continues violating ceasefire with Azerbaijan

Over the past 24 hours, Armenia’s armed forces have 122 times violated the ceasefire along the line of contact between Azerbaijani and Armenian troops, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry…

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Azerbaijan’s political party calls for return of death penalty in country
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Azerbaijan’s political party calls for return of death penalty in country

Discussing recent reports of treason by some Azerbaijani military servicemen and civilians at a meeting on Monday, the Board of the Whole Azerbaijan Popular Front Party (WAPFP) called…

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