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Armenia says soldier killed by Azerbaijani shelling

Auburnpub dot com 22 Nov 2021
Armenia and Azerbaijan have been locked in a decades-old dispute over the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh, a region that lies within Azerbaijan but was under the control of ethnic Armenian forces backed by Armenia since a separatist war there ended in 1994 ... Azerbaijan.
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Armenia says its soldier killed by Azerbaijani shelling

Auburnpub dot com 22 Nov 2021
Armenia and Azerbaijan have been locked in a decades-old dispute over the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh, a region that lies within Azerbaijan but was under the control of ethnic Armenian forces backed by Armenia since a separatist war there ended in 1994 ... Azerbaijan.
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Azerbaijan talks checking COVID-19 passports at entrance of various facilities

MENA FN 06 Sep 2021
(MENAFN - Trend News Agency ) BAKU, Azerbaijan, Sept. 6 Trend. ?hecking of documents of citizens visiting large shopping centers (including malls), hotels and catering facilities is legal, Azerbaijan's Interior Ministry told Trend... .
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Azerbaijan restricts visits museums and galleries only to those with COVID-19 passport - ministry

MENA FN 04 Sep 2021
(MENAFN - Trend News Agency ) BAKU, Azerbaijan, Sept. 4 Trend. By the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of Azerbaijan, from September 1, the services of catering facilities, hotels and large shopping centers can only be used by persons... .
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Azerbaijan discloses amount of fines for absence of COVID-passports - Interior Ministry

MENA FN 20 Aug 2021
(MENAFN - Trend News Agency ) BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug.20 Trend. Individuals entering large shopping centers and educational institutions without COVID passports in Azerbaijan will be fined from 200 ... .
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COVID vaccination to become virtually compulsory in Azerbaijan

Beijing News 29 Jul 2021
Azerbaijan's Cabinet of Ministers announced the new regulations on July 26, making vaccination virtually compulsory in the country ... Azerbaijan eased its lockdown restrictions earlier this summer; on June 10 it reopened shopping malls, gyms, places of worship and beaches.
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VIDEO: Cop A Look: Four Models Seized By Iranian Police For Posing Without Hijabs

The Tennessee Tribune 14 Jul 2021
The event was organized for the opening of a new fashion shop where the owner hired four models to give it a touch of glamour. But after the video was shown online, a copy of it ended up with police from the Law Enforcement Force of the Islamic Republic of Iran, who arrested all four models and the shop’s owner.
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New trailer reveals the terrifying finale venue of Red Bull's cliff diving series - a ...

The Daily Mail 27 May 2021
Vertigo-inducing footage shows the finale venue for the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2021 - a shopping mall in Baku, Azerbaijan, with contestants plunging from heights of up to 88.6ft (27m) ... in Baku, Azerbaijan, with contestants plunging from heights of up to 88.6ft (27m).
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MOFA defends ads in German paper published by scandal-hit lawmaker

Taipei Times 15 Mar 2021
Der Spiegel magazine reported on Wednesday last week that Hauptmann received money for tourism ads run by Taiwan, Azerbaijan and Vietnam in the pro-CDU Sudthuringen Kurier, which he publishes, leading to accusations that he accepted money from foreign government agencies.
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Georgian cartographers accused of 'selling a slice of the homeland

Beijing News 12 Feb 2021
In the authorities' telling, he deliberately gave bad cartographic advice to the government that all but resulted in the handover of a little bit of the country's territory to Azerbaijan ... The online abuse occasionally spills over into real-life insults; a stranger recently accosted him while he was shopping.
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Georgian cartographers accused of “selling” a slice of the homeland

EurasiaNet 12 Feb 2021
In the authorities’ telling, he deliberately gave bad cartographic advice to the government that all but resulted in the handover of a little bit of the country’s territory to Azerbaijan ... The online abuse occasionally spills over into real-life insults; a stranger recently accosted him while he was shopping.
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5 Stories from Europe You May Have Missed

Democratic Underground 10 Feb 2021
1. Europe's oldest person - a 116-year-old French nun - survives COVID-19 ... 2 ... snip ... 3 ... 4 ... SHURNUKH, Armenia -- As a shop owner in Armenia's southern province of Syunik, Lusine Aleksanian sells produce, bread, cheese, juice, cigarettes, and alcohol. Just a few meters from her shop in the village of Shurnukh is the border with Azerbaijan ... 5 ... .
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Fear And Loathing Vs. Trade Across The Armenian-Azerbaijani Border

Radio Free Europe 07 Feb 2021
SHURNUKH, Armenia -- As a shop owner in Armenia's southern province of Syunik, Lusine Aleksanian sells ... Just a few meters from her shop in the village of Shurnukh is the border with Azerbaijan.
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