Stories about Azerbaijan from November, 2005
Carpetblogger reports that there is a sudden, critical shortage of pirated DVDs in Baku.
Marianna of neweurasia says that more vote recounts may be on the way in Azerbaijan's disputed parliamentary elections.
Carpetblogger reports on preparing for Thanksgiving in Baku and provides nice pictures and descriptions of the Teze Bazaar.
neweurasia has a roundup of the week's political news from Azerbaijan.
Carpetblogger reports on the need for elivator ettiquette in Baku.
“Azadliq Supporter” by commonroman This photo shows a supporter of Azerbaijan's opposition Azadliq (“Freedom”) electoral bloc standing outside one of the bloc's buildings two days after last weekend's parliamentary elections. The vote has been condemned as rigged by observers and the opposition. Backers of the opposition have already held one...
Katy of Blogrel reports on Azeri views on the conflict with Armenia over Nagorno Karabakh that she has encountered in Baku.
neweurasia and Blogrel have numerous reports on Sunday's election in Azerbaijan.
As a service to all the foreigners in town for this weekend's election, Carpetblogger reviews some Baku restaurants.
neweurasia and Oneworld Multimedia round up news about this weekend't election in Azerbaijan.
Registan.net has background, resources, and public opinion data on Azerbaijan's parliamentary election.
Katy of Blogrel is going to Baku this weekend and will be posting photos and reports about this weekend's parliamentary election.
Carpetblogger writes that reality TV is coming to Azerbaijan in a new show called Gefes.