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Eurovision organizers have remained silent on the Azerbaijani authorities' fresh wave of human rights violations ahead of the song contest in Baku.
A spate of attacks on LGBTI activists points to endemic discrimination that needs to be dealt with in South Caucasus countries.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEDIA ADVISORY AI index: EUR 55/011/2012. 17 May 2012. Amnesty International ...
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Seventeen Azerbaijani prisoners of conscience must be released immediately, Amnesty International said as 11 people jailed for their role in anti-government ...
Azerbaijani prisoners of conscience have launched a hunger strike in the run-up to the Eurovision in Baku.
Azerbaijan must immediately halt the police use of violence to suppress freedom of expression, Amnesty International said after two separate peaceful ...
Just weeks before Azerbaijan hosts the Eurovision song contest, police have violently broken up two peaceful protests in the capital.
Azerbaijani campaigner Emin Milli tells Amnesty International how his blogs revealing government abuse landed him in jail for 16 months.
University student Jabbar Savalan has been conscripted by the Azerbaijani military. As he should be exempt from military service, Amnesty International ...
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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. MEDIA ADVISORY. AI Index: EUR 55/009/2012 2 May 2012. Press freedom trampled in Azerbaijan. ...
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