As Russia escalates tensions in the Ukrainian crisis, the possibility of the Kremlin shutting the gas valve of its largest energy supplier, Gazprom, leaves Europe scrambling to find alternatives.
The move to return the Armenian servicemen was on humanitarian grounds, Azerbajjan’s State Commission on Prisoners of War, Missing Persons and Hostages said.
Baku's diplomatic step will be crucial as the two nations share same roots, religion and speak same language, says Faiz Sucuoglu, PM of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
Azerbaijan says its forces have "suppressed" the enemy following the incident in the Kalbajar area on the border.
Moscow has sent troops to over a dozen countries with varying reasons since Vladimir Putin came to power just before the turn of the millennium.
This is Baku's second time releasing soldiers following a meeting between Azerbaijan's President Aliyev, Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan and European Council chief Michel.
Serdar Huseyin Yildirim, head of the Turkish Space Agency, says the country will be stepping up space efforts for both the interests of its own and its fraternal countries.
The Organization of Turkic States did some serious restructuring this year and agreed on some critical points that will enhance their multilateral cooperation.
Baku said the solider was killed due to provocations by Armenia's armed forces and that full responsibility lies with Yerevan's political and military leaders.
With several minority groups living in harmony, the Islamic nation is a melting pot of people and cultures.
A military helicopter belonging to Azerbaijan's state border guard went down during a training flight in the Khyzy region.
An alliance of supporters of the Indian and Israeli governments have found common ground with an Armenian group looking to push Islamophobic policies in the West.
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