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Azerbaijan: Business as usual

Flying Carpets and Broken Pipelines comments on new charges made against imprisoned journalist Eynulla Fatullayev, 2009 recipient of the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) International Press Freedom award. The blog says that some things don't change, but nonetheless encourages its readers to speak out in 2010.


  • […] Judging from other interviews he gave, as well as commentary from supporters on Facebook and Twitter, attention will now turn to Milli who remains in prison along with journalists such as 2009 International Press Freedom Award recipient Eynulla Fatullayev. […]

  • […] Судејќи според другите интервјуа дадени од Хаџизаде, како и коментарите од поддржувачите на Фејсбук и Твитер, сега вниманието ќе се насочи кон Мили кој останува во затвор заедно со неколку новинари, меѓу кои и добитникот на наградата за меѓународна слобода на медиумите од 2009, Ејнула Фатулајев. […]

  • […] Dalle interviste di Hajizade e dai commenti dei suoi sostenitori su Facebook e Twitter, sembra evidente che l'attenzione si sposterà ora su Emin Milli, rimasto in prigione insieme a giornalisti quale il vincitore del premio Libertà di Stampa Internazionale 2009, Eynulla Fatullayev. […]

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