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TM 2017-07

FORMULA 1 ROARS TOWARDS CONTROVERSY IN BAKU

Also in this issue:

Armenian killing of an Azerbaijani two-year-old and her grandmother near the ‘contact line’ provokes worldwide outrage and condemnation

The role of Azerbaijani women celebrated in the British Parliament

Azerbaijani IDPs highlighted in events across Europe

The poetry of Vagif Samedoglu comes to Paris

$5bn invested in the Azerbaijani economy in six months

TM 2017-06

BAKU 2107 ISLAMIC SOLIDARITY GAMES – THE CURTAIN COMES DOWN AS AZERBAIJAN HEADS THE MEDALS ROSTER

 

Also in this issue:

IDP issues highlighted to the new British Parliament

The struggle for Baku Oil during World War II highlighted at the Musée de l’Armée

Ahmad Jamal brings Shahin Novrasli to Paris

Azerbaijani and UK poets come together at Foyle’s

Silver anniversary of BP operations in Azerbaijan

TM 2017-05

SPORT REPRESENTS TOLERANCE AND UNDERSTANDING: ISLAMIC SOLIDARITY GAMES COME TO BAKU

Also in this issue: 

Interview: Ambassador Vaqif Sadiqov on the Azerbaijani role in the UN

Senator André Reichardt pushes the Karabakh issue to the top of the French foreign policy agenda

EU–Azerbaijani relations on the ascendance

Mugham from Azerbaijani Karabakh highlighted for French cinephiles

Jevdet Hajiyev centenary remembered at Carnegie Hall

TM 2017-04

NOVRUZ CELEBRATED IN AZERBAIJAN

Also in this issue:

President Ilham Aliyev pays an official visit to France

Khojaly Art Prize awarded in Paris

Leonie Mergen brings the Karabakh-Collection to European runways

Mukhtar Kazimoglu – keeping folklore alive

Leyla Begim – poetry and prose from the heart

TM 2017-03

KHOJALY VICTIMS 25 YEARS ON – NEVER FORGOTTEN, NEVER FORGIVEN

Also in this issue:

Karabakh-Collection by Leonie Mergen touches down on the runway

Ali and Nino move a European Parliament audience

Flare-up in ‘contact line’ violence claims five young Azerbaijani lives

Developments in mugham outlined at SOAS

UN Secretary-General disparages the term ‘frozen conflict’

TM 2017-01

AZERBAIJAN – NEW CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR A NEW YEAR

Also in this issue:

Azerbaijani IDP/refugee issue raised in the UK Parliament

Celebrating Azerbaijani religious pluralism

ASAN visa – destined to kickstart the tourism industry

Intensive negotiations with the EU underway

The experimental sound of DiHaj carries Eurovision hopes

TM2016-12

FIVE ROADS BACK HOME BRINGS THE FACES OF KARABAKH TO LONDON

Also in this issue:

TEAS capitalises on sport as a peace catalyst

Health concerns expressed over Azerbaijani hostages in Karabakh

Elchin Shirinov headlines at the EFG London Jazz Festival

The wonderful story of Yvonne Botto comes to UNESCO

Baroness Nicholson looks to the future

TM 2016-11

HEYDAR ALIYEV CENTRE BY THE LATE ZAHA HADID – NOMINATED FOR RIBA INTERNATIONAL PRIZE

Also in this issue:

Ronaldinho soccer academy ­– coming soon to Baku

Khojaly tragedy highlighted to UN representatives in Geneva

Tourism potential in the spotlight

The Azerbaijani–UNESCO alliance – shared values, shared objectives

TEAS Literary Competition – now open for prose and poetry

TM 2016-010

POPE FRANCIS IN BAKU – PRAISES TOLERANCE AND CALLS FOR KARABAKH PEACE

Also in this issue:

EU–Azerbaijani dialogue resumes

Azerbaijani population to reach 12m by 2050

New name, new office: TEAS Benelux opens its doors

Five Roads Back Home to come to London

Endless Corridor screened on Al Jazeera

TM 2016-09

RADIK ISAYEV – A GOLDEN ACHIEVEMENT

Also in this issue:

The Economist: Baku – one of the top ten most liveable cities

A world of music comes to Gabala

ICRC visits Azerbaijani hostages in Armenian captivity

Ashiq Nargile – maintaining the purity of ashiq passion

Elchin Shirinov – an intoxicating ethnojazz blend

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