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Armenians torch their homes on land ceded to Azerbaijan

WGN Programming

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

Armenians torch their homes on land ceded to Azerbaijan

"Forced to leave their homes set them on fire rather than simply hand them over. This ceasefire agreement allows our savage Indians to hold onto any areas captured in the last six weeks of conflicts. Armenia will also withdraw from nearby areas in the coming weeks to the UK,

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Thousands call for Armenia PM to resign over truce agreement

John McCulloch

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Thousands call for Armenia PM to resign over truce agreement

"Garden all kind of arc. Thousands of people have gathered in the capital of Armenia to protest the country's agreement with Azerbaijan Toehold Weeks of fighting over Begona Cara back The deal calls for the deployment of nearly 2000. Russian peacekeepers found territorial concessions at the rally. Some of the protestors clashed with police and schools were detained the truce between the two ex Soviet nations brokered by Moscow and announced early Tuesday. Come after significant advances by Azerbaijani forces. I'm

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Thousands in Armenia protest Nagorno-Karabakh truce terms

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Thousands in Armenia protest Nagorno-Karabakh truce terms

"Tensions build following the deal to hold the fighting in Nagorno Karabakh thousands of people have gathered in the capital of Armenia to protest the country's agreement with Azerbaijan to hold weeks of fighting over the gun in the car back the deal calls for the deployment of nearly two thousand Russian peacekeepers found territorial concessions at the rally some of the protesters clash with police and schools were detained the truce between the two ex Soviet nations brokered by Moscow and announced early Tuesday come off to significant advances by Azerbaijani forces I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia sign peace deal over Nagorno-Karabakh

The Troubleshooter

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia sign peace deal over Nagorno-Karabakh

"Through several cease fires, including one brokered by the United States, now appears to be over with Russian troops Moving in ABC is Patrick or Evil has the story. The war over Nagorno Cara back appears to have ended in defeat for Armenia, which agreed piece on Azerbaijan's terms in a deal brokered by Russia. Russian peacekeepers are already moving into Nagano, Cara back to enforce the deal, which will see Armenia except the loss of parts of the inn cliff. Violent protests have erupted in Armenia's capital. Denouncing the deal is a surrender. I mean his leaders. They have said there was no choice in the face of major Azerbaijani advances. Pressure, Regal ABC

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Russia says Russian military helicopter shot down in Armenia, 2 killed

WBZ Midday News

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Russia says Russian military helicopter shot down in Armenia, 2 killed

"All right. We have an update on a story we told you earlier about Russia says one of their 24 military helicopters has been shot down in Armenia will now Azerbaijan is taking responsibility for the shoot down of that chopper. They say it was accidental. And are expressing apologies to Moscow ready to pay compensation, according to a statement. This happened near the border with a region belonging to Azerbaijan again. Two crew members Killed and another injured.

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Why violence has re-emerged in Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Why violence has re-emerged in Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict

"Of Azerbaijan, Il Ham, L. E. F has told the BBC that he does not see much prospect for peace with Armenia under its current leadership, But Mr Ali F said his forces would stop fighting immediately if Armenia withdrew from occupied territories surrounding the disputed n cave off. Not gonna carry back Although Gerren reports Azerbaijan's longtime leader, President Ilha Moliere was sounding confident, he told us the opportunities for compromise are shrinking because back who is reclaiming territories by force. President Ali have said he didn't think there was any possibility for peace with the current Armenian prime minister, Nicole Passion, Yann He insisted that Armenian civilians would be able to remain in Nagorno. Cara Bach on said any fears off ethnic cleansing were groundless. Well

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Armenia, Azerbaijan trade accusations again after new attacks

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Armenia, Azerbaijan trade accusations again after new attacks

"Family F has told the BBC that he does not see much prospect for peace with Armenia under its current leadership, But he said his forces would stop fighting immediately if Armenia withdrew from occupied territories surrounding the disputed enclave of Nagorno Cara back all ago in reports Azerbaijan's longtime leader, President Ilha Moliere was sounding confident he told us the opportunities for compromise are shrinking because back who is reclaiming territories by force? President Ali of said he didn't think there was any possibility for peace with the current Armenian prime minister. Nicole Passion, Yann He insisted that Armenian civilians would be able to remain in Nagorno. Cara Bach on said any fears off ethnic cleansing were groundless. A state of

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Azerbaijani leader: Forces seize key Nagorno-Karabakh city

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Azerbaijani leader: Forces seize key Nagorno-Karabakh city

"Armenia is denying that Azerbaijan has captured a key town in the disputed Nagorno Karabakh region and a televised address today, Azerbaijan's president announced the country's military had taken the city of culture. Sparking celebration on the streets of the capital. The city is culturally and strategically significant, but Armenia's Defense Ministry says heavy fighting is

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Armenia asks Moscow for help amid Nagorno-Karabakh fighting

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Armenia asks Moscow for help amid Nagorno-Karabakh fighting

"Armenia has urged Russia to consider providing assistance to end the fighting over the Nagorno Karabakh the request came after more than a month of fighting in which as a by Johnny troops forged into the separatist territory Russia has a military base in Armenia and has signed a pact obliging to protect its ally but the request puts Russia in a precarious position joining the fighting may risk an open conflict with Turkey were refusing to offer protection to Armenia's ally would tend to Moscow's prestige Nagorno Karabakh lies within Azerbaijan that has been controlled by ethnic Armenian forces since the war ended that in nineteen ninety four I'm Sarah basses

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Azerbaijan, Armenia trade blame for new truce violation

Pod Save the World

03:48 min | 2 months ago

Azerbaijan, Armenia trade blame for new truce violation

"Talk about the fighting in. Armenia. Azerbaijan to start we've talked about this a couple times the conflict itself started on September twenty seventh over a disputed territory but not everyone can do on Nagorno Karabakh transition like that six years. The NFC. Of talking about this fighting before it's scary for lots of reasons, you know obviously any violence is awful. It's especially when it's harming civilians, but it has the potential to draw in both Turkey and Russia into a broader proxy war. I think that's the bigger concern on Sunday president trump announced his team had brokered a ceasefire between Armenia Azerbaijan, which would obviously be very good thing. But unfortunately, within minutes of that ceasefire coming into effect, both sides accused the other of violating so. It seems unlikely to hold. This wouldn't be the first fire that didn't hold Putin brokered one that was immediately violated the situation on the ground is not good as seen estimates of up to five thousand people who have been killed in the fighting Armenia has accused Azerbaijan of executing prisoners and committing war-crimes. As John is reportedly used cluster munitions which are bombs. They basically released lots of little bombs that can post threats to civilians for years if they don't go off. Bennett impressed at how the Armenian community in the US has organized to raise awareness about the conflict. There have been a bunch of rallies here in La. I'm seeing you know planes dragging signs there's banners everywhere apparently president trump spoke to a group of Armenian Americans in New Hampshire for the weekend and said, ending the fighting would be quote an easy one. So that's good to know So you know the Obama Administration negotiated many ceasefires in places like Syria that didn't always hold. What do you think of this latest effort? Does it tell us anything about whether the US is sufficiently engaged in trying to solve the problem? Well, look I I on the one hand. I'm sympathetic intractable problem. It's been around for decades but were we got from the election so I'm gonNA focus on. Brown here which is. What was wrong was trump going out and spiking the football. You know I mean essentially declaring victory tweeting like as if the United States had just ended this conflict when this is very tenuous I think. You know the fact that collapsed is not a huge surprise to Russian brokered ceasefire had previously collapsed I. Think what needs to happen differently is this needs the broadest possible international engagement. You're just the US just Russia just Europeans not enough like. If we add administration I think a very broad multilateral process that brings in Russia, the European Union, the United States. These countries by the way that are selling arms to both parties to just say like you guys got to pull back from the brink here and deal with this and frankly as revised on has been more the aggressor in this case, and they basically said as much. They said, you know we're tired of waiting for diplomacy to deliver what we think is Arslan back to us, and so we're just going to start killing people including civilians and releasing. Like video footage of drone attacks on Armenians. Really really awful stuff. So I think it's just gonNa take a really muscular sustained multilateral effort with the US involved with other countries to save. We got cut out this fighting and then really start a process of negotiation around these disputed territory. So it's not just a ceasefire everybody kind of goes home, but like drive the momentum from the ceasefire talks into actually addressing these underlying territorial questions, which are there's no, there's no layup answer to that. There's no easy answer. Both sides claim it. You have to figure something out though it's a mix of territory in autonomy for the people who live there for the two warring parties.

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Nagorno-Karabakh truce frays amid reports of new shelling

John Batchelor

05:01 min | 3 months ago

Nagorno-Karabakh truce frays amid reports of new shelling

"Alliance to mano, and we're joined by Professor Brenda Shaffer of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. I begin with the news. This is Reuters. Within these last hours, Armenia and Azerbaijan accused each other on Sunday within last hours. Violating a new humanitarian ceasefire and fighting over the mountain enclave of Nagorno car. Bach after was agreed The truce agreed on Saturday came into force at midnight after a week old Russian brokered ceasefire failed to halt the worst fighting at 10. 10 GMT, The Azeri Defense Ministry said the aft Agdam region adjacent to growing a car back was under Armenian shelling. It said overnight army and military units open fire from large caliber weapons along the border, which Armenia denied. Armenia said the Azeri army had fired twice during the night and used artillery and accused Baku. Rejecting its request to withdraw the wounded soldiers from the battlefield. Mr Ambassador, I come to you with first the poor news of the breakdown in the cease fire. And then the positive news from Washington that the foreign minister of Armenia will meet with your foreign minister of Azerbaijan, and Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state on Friday. Does that look to be a moment when a more lasting ceasefire could take hold since the Russians failed? Can Washington succeed? Good evening to you? Good evening, John. Always good talking to you. And once again thank you for keeping this, Uh public and listeners updated on the development of the region. Unfortunately, issue actually pointed out the ceasefire has broken down again. That's the second time that the minions violate the cease fire. We don't fully understand why they Sign this file. Just violated very shortly afterwards. What elevation is that once they don't really want to seize fire? They didn't don't wantto engage in the Meaningful conversation on substantive talks. All they want is to prolong the occupation of the virgin lands on DH by why didn't cease fire created conditions with third parties to participate to direct, uh, posters, other parties, including courses of action in this case in tow, direct confrontation into direct conflict. That's that's a danger. Think. So this continues to because ceasefire is a good thing off course nobody wants people to die. Nobody wants to shooting to continue. But at the same time. The most important thing, of course, is no justice filed by the medical conversation and substantive talks based on international war, and that's what I hope is that meetings in Washington will produce something like that, of course. Every effort for peace is appreciated. Andi if the United States as a culture of the men's group wants to take a proactive approach to that, that's a very positive development. We don't know exactly what what exactly you expect from the conversation. But Um, a little over to the visit to Washington. Mr Ambassador. I believe in these last days, I've seen video of more missile attacks against ganja is that is that correct? These are in addition to the ones we talked about last week. It's holding. It's just horrible. Uh, easy losing on the battlefield. I mean, is exactly what every dictatorship which is militant and the hunter is doing when they was in the better. They attacked someone else's civilians so Friday, just hours off deciding the ceasefire agreement Ah, I mean, you're fired. Ballistic scarred me so into the sedation neighborhood in gadget, this tongue everything. Now they're trying to say this is occasions versus Muslims they hit in, added 500 M from the major. Go to the kitchen, Cassio and 300 M from the major mosque. This is a type of behavior over uncivilized. Nation. I mean, it's like Saddam Hussein. Firing things into Israel works for them works at the same doing that towards others, by the way. Saddam Hussein began firing missiles into civilian Attias of is a also once you began losing in his occupation, illegal occupation off of it. Washing others of the same thing. This is this was a horrible poker, Uh, scores of people died, including a good 10 years old. A 10 month old baby. Can you imagine that toilet picture over father holding it? 10 months old. Body off his daughter. There's a girl who was killed whose birthday was on our additional day, which is the way it is October, so Visit when we go into a cease fire when we're going to come into a negotiation, I want people to understand. If you look at the emotions on the outside when we go Talk to people who do this kind of thing's Ah, Professor. There is a video I have seen

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The Sovereignty of God in Elections (Proverbs 21:1)

Pray the Word with David Platt

07:01 min | 3 months ago

The Sovereignty of God in Elections (Proverbs 21:1)

"Proverbs chapter. Twenty one verse one. The. King's heart is a stream of water in the hand of the Lord. He turns it wherever he will. What verse I listened then I'm Gonna I'm GonNa read that one more time. The King's heart the heart of the king heart of a ruler in country leader in a country. The king's heart is a stream of water in the hand of the Lord. He turns it. Wherever, he will. Like is there any clear statement? Of the sovereignty of God, the Authority of God, the reign and rule of God as King over all kings, all leaders, all rulers in the world you'd think about any leader in the world picture their heart, and it's in the hands of the Lord is this nut confidence giving? To know that ultimately. Alternately, every leader is under the sovereignty of God, the rule and the reign of God even leaders who defy God he holds their hearts in his hands and just think about how this leads us to pray. For our current leaders. In different countries and future leaders. This proverbs leads us to praise God for his sovereignty and to pray that God would turn their hearts and their lives for the good of many people in ultimately for the glory of his name. This proverb drives us to intercession for those who lead us to pray and bleed for the hearts of those who lead us. We're talking to the God who holds their hearts in his hands and God has called us to pray according to his words. So let's do this God, we come to here we come straight to you the blood of Jesus. Christ. We pray for this privilege of prayer. You've given us for access to you the fact that right now we're not saying words. Are, just kind of going up into the air that you the Lord King sovereign over all the universe are listening to us right now and we're praying for our leaders. God We pray for current leaders for future leaders in our countries? And specifically here in the United. States the middle of a presidential election we pray for our current leaders in any new future leaders God we pray that you turn their hearts and lives. For the good of people in our country for the glory of your name. God We pray that you would save them God re pray for the salvation a leaders gallery pray that you would direct them and ways that lead to good to your good purposes for government for your protection of people for the promotion of good in every way in our country's. God We pray for that and for protection against evil in our countries that are countries would do what is right in your eyes as we've seen judges God, we pray for our leaders got a replay in the United States for president trump and vice president pence and speaker. Pelosi, and other other leaders all throughout our national federal government we pray for different governors. State leaders local leaders in government God re pray that you would turn their hearts and lives for the good of people in the glory of your name. Please God we pray that you would do that and we pray for future leaders whoever will lead us in the future and repair to help us to vote according to your leadership at Gallery pray guttering pray. You turn the hearts of future leaders. For the good of our country and the people in it glory your name not according to what is right in our eyes but according to what is right in your eyes and God we pray for leaders around the world like this GonNa replay knowing that the Thai king his heart is in your hand. So we pray that you would move turn his heart for the glory of your name and the good of the people of Thailand gotta we. We pray for leaders in Turkey and Russia and Syria reprieve for leaders in. Azerbaijan. Amidst conflict there got reprieve for leaders in Azerbaijan and Armenia. Amidst the conflict there go through got turn the hearts of leaders re pray that peace might reign that people might be saved like their lives saved physically people might turn to you for the spread of the Gospel in these countries we pray for leaders in Yemen amidst conflict there. God. Repay for peace in Yemen God turn the arts of leaders toe that peace might reign and people might be protected in Yemen God we pray for a new president coming into power in Kirghistan their president stepped down amidst political unrest cowdery for leaders in all over Europe and unique challenges that we're seeing. Countries in Europe facing God. We we pray for world leaders. A. Replay for. Kim Jong UN, and North Korea. please. Please turn as heart we pray for the good of the North Korean people. Repression for the privilege you've given us of. Intercession coming to you the sovereign. Lord and King holds these leaders in the palm of your hand turn their arts for the good of many in the glory of your name we pray. And we pray we pray for this leaders around the world and in leaders in our own country. Even as we pray that, you would turn our hearts daily toward you in to live according to your word. To, love you all our heart and the love our neighbors as ourselves. God. We were so thankful that you are the sovereign king overall and we say together today all of our trust and all of our hope is in you we praise you as our king. Jesus you are our king and repair all of this in your name.

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Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

"Coming into effect. Here's our caucuses Correspondent Ray and Dmitry. This is the second attempt at a cease fire to allow for the exchange of prisoners and the recovery of bodies. But just minutes after the new cease fire went into effect at midnight on Saturday, the Armenian Defense Ministry spokeswoman announced that Azerbaijan was still firing artillery shells and rockets. It had launched an assault near a reservoir close to the Iranian border. Azerbaijan intern accused Armenia off shelling in the direction of Jabra you one of the areas that as very forces had recently recaptured adjacent to the disputed Nagorny Karabakh region. A landslide in central Vietnam has buried at least 22 soldiers leading to a frantic search for survivors. Five bodies have been

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Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

WGN Showcase

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

"Armenia and Azerbaijan have announced a new attempt at a cease fire deal. It comes week after a Russia brokered truce fell apart. Both sides blamed the other for breaking the deal. The disputed territory and question lies within Azerbaijan but has been under control of ethnic Armenian forces backed by Armenia. Since the war. They're ended in

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Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

The Modern Eater

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

"Two countries taking effect at midnight tonight. ABC is Patch agreeable explains. Armenia's Foreign ministry has said a new humanitarian truth has Bean agreed with Azerbaijan toehold fighting around the disputed region of Nagorno Carol back. This is a fresh attempt to end the fighting after an earlier ceasefire agreement, brokered by Russia over a week ago, never really came into effect. France has said it mediated the new ceasefire in coordination with Russia and the US Patrick Evil ABC News at the Foreign Desk

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Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

Fork Report

00:12 sec | 3 months ago

Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

"And Azerbaijan have announced a new attempted a cease fire in their conflict over contested region. Cease fire starts at midnight. The deal comes a week after Russia brokered truce came apart almost immediately after it went into

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Azerbaijan, Armenia Trade Accusations Of Breaking Cease-Fire In Nagorno-Karabakh

Tim Conway Jr.

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Azerbaijan, Armenia Trade Accusations Of Breaking Cease-Fire In Nagorno-Karabakh

"And Azerbaijan fighting over alleged truce violations. Russia has proposed sending military observers to monitor a ceasefire in the region and Azerbaijani capital Baku officials accused Armenia Trying to attack Azerbaijan's petroleum pipelines. In turn, Armenian officials said Azerbaijan was trying to seize Nagorno Kara Bach. Despite the ceasefire. This

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Pompeo: The United States is a ‘Force for Good’ in the Middle East

The Joe Walsh Show

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Pompeo: The United States is a ‘Force for Good’ in the Middle East

"Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is aiming to remind the world that the US is a force for good, he told reporters. That goes for a number of conflicts around the world where America is trying to find a resolution that includes the battle between Armenia and Azerbaijan along with ongoing issues in Belarus. Pompeo also noted the recent Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the United Nations World Food Program. There are no criminal charges or a public report of the so called unmasking probe. The report in The Washington Post comes after the departure of US Attorney John Bash last week. He was appointed by Attorney General Bill Bar and tasked with investigating if Obama administration officials did anything wrong and asking for some people to be unmasked unmasked means that the names of the people would be revealed even though intelligence documents didn't name them. This is I news.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on Worldly

"Because you're not I, mean Armenia took this territory in a war. It is understood to be part of his Airbus Budgen by pretty much the entire international community as was recognized after you know after the breakup of the Soviet Union. But it is ninety percent ethnic. Armenian. At this point according to most estimates, which means that if as ever genre take control all of a sudden, there's about one hundred and fifty thousand people who are ethnic Armenian and are in serious danger from the as Airbus Johnny Government. So. It's a really really really high stakes conflict for these two sides and it's difficult to make claims about who's in the right because they both have credible arguments as to why they should get to administer or control the territory rate. So you're absolutely right but I think you know again even that right like those dynamics have existed for a while that's not new you know this, this threat has been there but what has changed beyond just the thing that fighting a lot worse this time around is the the international, the regional geopolitical situation. is now causing. Even more reasons. For both sides to be kind of in this time around, and that's what I think is is really important to understand why things could get a lot worse is that a lot of stuff outside has changed? So that's what we're gonNA talk about after the break listen to our ads people. Right now, the United States is deciding who wants.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on The Current

The Current

02:34 min | 3 months ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on The Current

"Being used. So huge humanitarian impact Also as we heard reports maybe a bit less of them but reports about me and rocket attacks hitting Azerbaijani I've been sentenced. So there was a huge civilian cost to this. That's not that's one. One thing to say But I guess you know the question is This is a conflict on the edge of your it's one that United States from some of the European nations committed to. A mediating in I'd say it's a massive task to the credibility of these western nations if this is just. To continue as. I, it seems to be at the moment. How do you find a peaceful solution to this I? Mean you mentioned the work that you've done in terms of trying to mediate and get get people to talk to each other wise. They're the reluctance to. To figure out how to end a conflict like this in a long simmering debate about this in a peaceful manner. Almost intractable issues that the speech touch with the haunted boats, kind of Jerusalem science by sides You know the but it's an essential part of the nation. That is the intractable problem take. A genius to sort it out. You know that's a very sophisticated framework plan. On the table, which gives but sides actually most of what they want neither side can get everything that they want. I'm the trouble is that to enforce a plan like that you need. Political in I mean by John, which is lacking and a massive commitment by outside powers including. This is crucial sense. Almost impossible to find a peacekeeping force because the geography of this country because we've been seeing, I've lost weight and so complicated that the two armies need to be separated. So. There is a solution on paper, but but how'd you get the? how do you get and reality's very difficult to say in the nineteen nineties ended just because the two sides got exhausted they lost too many young men and I think that that was why. This conflict king time comes to. again, this time. Thomas to Volka to speak with you this morning I. Appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. Thomas of all is a senior fellow at Carnegie Europe and the author of Black Garden Armenia and Azerbaijan through peace and war for more CBC podcasts. Go to CBC DOT CA slash podcasts..

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And then they're going to send you to Azerbaijan it is that the president has is that was that was the I was with the third movie Poddar the prisoner of Azerbaijan that was it you know that's a country you know that right yeah I know it sounds like as good bad Aspin okay this is close as I could get it because it's a word I do wait now you get out to report me to a nerd court for not knowing that what would that be what's the thing in Star Trek whatever that is probably would that suffice all right seven twenty here on the case here a radio program so Hey are you doing anything are you let me let me ask this because there's two versions of this and that's how we started this are you doing anything to work on self improvement and if so what is it also did you kind of like new year's say yeah I'm going to take this time to learn French right and then quit after a couple days we'll hear your sad tales as well all of it coming up our phone number eight eight eight nine three four seven eight seven four eight eight eight nine three four seven eight seven four back in just a bit do you promise to love honor and cherish forsaking all others I do I do and now by the power vested in me I now pronounce you you may go forth and that's not the value took but.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm in Baku Azerbaijan I'm here to report on the federal elections taking place in these next days as Azerbaijan a prosperous country goes through the transformation to a transparent democracy making it the hub and the inspiration of the south Caucasus and Central Asia at the same time to the east of may is the people's Republic of China that is tragically bound up now with the non transparent Chinese Communist Party my colleague Gordon Chang is here thanks to our partners Scala dot com a global technology for my reporting from here and also the embassy of Azerbaijan the U. S. and I present this puzzle to Gordon and also to our guest author Walter the university of Pennsylvania man who is much schooled in Chinese civilization gentleman I have anecdotes not confirm just on the front pages of China morning post but strong anecdotes from very good sources two of them that the Chinese P. LA that is the people's Liberation Army lots of the party is establishing fast caps quarantine caps made up of army tents vast in backwards areas are dated ares with open drainage ditches between the tents these are for the migrant workers who went home for the holiday and have plans to go back to their homes in the cities where they've been working in the Chinese manufacturing these cancer to be established people need to stay there for two weeks if they don't get sick they're released if they do the re concentrated they're going to identify the people and put them into groups but you can see the opportunity for trouble is vast and the Chinese Communist Party can do this because they're non transparent and because the Chinese people ark how'd or in some fashion used to trading there of BDS for GDP that just disappeared our third I cannot confirm it but I've seen the videos I am surprised at how badly the Chinese Communist Party continues to behave are you surprised actually I am surprised I wouldn't say badly that I've I've always thought their wicked but they're behaving in a transparently incompetent way now so it's quite clear with they're doing for instance you're talking about the P. L. A. campus life also built some new hospitals and I've been bragging about how they build them in ten days currently these are pre fabricated prison buildings from Turkish day of which have been moved down and this explains why they have bars on the windows and all sorts of things that you wouldn't expect in purpose built hospitals we've also had some other news which confirms they've got big problems there is a on Saturday night there was a open an internet presentation they have a little louder count the number of sick and so forth and it's kind of failed to act properly three times this each time you've gotten a glimpse long enough for people to take a web of of take a photograph and the numbers that it shows are just incomparably bigger for instance it showed on Saturday a hundred and fifty four thousand infected people which is ten times the official FAQ to figure eighty thousand suspected cases which is four times the official figure and then listen to this one twenty five thousand dead on a day when the official listing of three hundred so if there is clearly the huge cover up going on here or at least that's what I'm saying and I think that if you start concentrating these people it's going to make things worse it's also going to make it quite obvious this is the disaster of the sort that I I can think of unless you go back to the terrible died in these terrible plague food the tongue dynasty you know in the sort of seven hundred Gardner this is Gordon I think that essentially the Chinese people understand right now that there is a big discrepancy between what they can see and what the government is reporting and my sense is that this sensually any trust that did exist before the corona virus outbreak between the people and the Congress party is is now gone and that this is going to have to have consequences after this disease goes away and when the recriminations really began to dominate the national conversation it just seems to me that is can be extremely difficult for the party to get past this one largely because people understand just the party completely fumbled its response to something it should have been able to deal with I I think that's exactly right I think recrimination is the word we have many examples of how people who tried to give early warning in fact as long ago as five years there were warnings the what I'm gonna say in just a second might have trouble who we might ask the question why is it all wheel hot wives of people flying in from all this that and the other because the official narrative is these germs are coming from wild animals the interact with people and it's a kind of form of evolution is going on and that that one day a new form of of corona virus appeared in a bouncy feel free market and move on and somehow jumped into a person and that was the case one we have about a minute or so it'll still free market that why should be you hire the answer is through high is the only city which is got a level for biological enviro logical laboratory where they keep stocks of all of these things so it's sort of like say well I think the reason I saw that lever on the street was that came out of the zoo and that's why I thought this town I didn't see it in any of the towns that don't have food and analyses of the new virus show there are apparently have been insertion of DNA and so forth which are not naturally occurring wrists are certainly have not been found in natural specimens and just for good luck there is a chunk of sars virus which is also been inserted so it looks as if what we really have here is a French build biological experimentation station which is designed for the most virulent path we have thirty seconds are there thirty seconds that experiment designed to create a virus leads to the escape of a virus and then if not at all surprising what happens then are there walls in the university of Pennsylvania I'm in Baku Azerbaijan I am here thanks to Scala dot com my global partners at the embassy of Azerbaijan in the U. S. Gordon Chang is my colleague can co host I'm John bachelor this Sunday at two PM it's the invite health show with Jerry Hickey.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Great success of Azerbaijan today Fred a very good evening to you why did garbage chaff why did the Soviets abuse Baku an ancient and important capital in the south Caucasus good evening to you good evening to you well Mister Gorbachev was angered hurt and insulted by the as there are eight and specifically by the person who had had that they that K. G. B. Azerbaijan and then have the the the government of Azerbaijan and then went on to a distinguished career in Moscow on but what it became the third most powerful figure in the Soviet Union why was coverage of angry at him because he was angry at a whole group of local leaders around the USSR who were asserting that right then do that and traditions and cultures of their of their native land hi hello yes god Lydia who was the key figure and they and Azerbaijan he got fired and in nineteen nineteen eighty seven and he and and but so then we have December twenty second of eighty nine we have the Berlin Wall falling and you and you have suddenly Azerbaijan's neighbor Armenia making claims against territory which had been part of the by John for the throughout Soviet times this created a situation not unlike what existed between India and Pakistan after the partition of moms in both countries attacking people of the other country who happen to live on their territory so that the back background what happens specifically leading up to the to the massacre of of twenty January is that as you said the Red Army was is in present in force around Baku there were fights taking place you can call them part groans just as there were programs taking place on the Armenian side but the economy the Red Army did nothing and nationally only one order finally came from Mr garbage at himself did did they act and of course a hundred and seventy people were killed and another eight hundred in injured the next day immediately there were million people out on the streets this symbolized and and it and marked the end of communist rule in Azerbaijan but then it it that and and you can say this was one of the key moments in the overall collapse of the USSR no wonder that garbage at himself that this was the greatest mistake of my career it was in it was a brutal mistake it's just thirty years frat and yet I did not have this background story when I first arrived in Baku two years ago and I've been there several times you've been there many times there the it is it is a phenomena then what's happened since then in thirty years this is a modern capital with without a with a booming economy and surging consumerism how we measure an economy you would never know that it'd been abused I was told the story of how when the Soviets pulled out another was after this massacre they were left with nothing a broken country without resources and they build it themselves will literally took him thirty years it's a miracle it is impressive what they've done that I'm back is by any measure one of the great and very very attractive modern cities however they didn't have the advent it they did have the advantage of a of oil I heard and remember the contract of the century that enable that oil to get to Europe but beyond that they had a and a population that was absolutely committed to the to building a new nation this it out about John it briefly been independent after World War one and was smashed by the Soviet Union so there was the will to build something new and build better and they did in remembering the black January that January twentieth and the victims and all of that that it's become a way of Azerbaijan remembering how hard it's worked is the way I take this now look what we've done and we remember our roots much the same way we remember early conflicts like the Boston massacre that led to the creation of the Continental Congress in other words there the shot heard round the world and in Lexington yes indeed but beyond that I I think there there what we tend to lose sight of is that there was a growing and deepening spirit of national identity religious identity cultural identity new call of a you name it all over the former Soviet Union all of whom were rebelling against the concept which was the Soviet concept of a of a merging of nations so when we look at the world today where we have many people asserting identity again we should learn very soberly we should learn from the experience of the Soviet Union which pushed it super national analogy if you will also be at identity down pays people's throats and they rebelled and eventually overthrew the USSR I'm Fred we're at the edge of a voter parliamentary vote and I'm going to be in Azerbaijan in back for the parliamentary vote I take it this is a way of signaling that Azerbaijan is now moving sophisticated Lee into the world of democratic politics and also feels confident enough in a rough neighborhood to to stand for you know competing parties is that a way to take this well I it certainly is a step in that direction it has been a very controlled system very powerful role for the president and certainly mind minority parties and have suffered and had a difficult time but there is a wave of reform taking place across Central Asia and the Caucasus and it can be seen also in in in Armenia neighboring Armenia and they can be seen and especially and was back and stand but also in Kazakhstan this is something very very important and by looking at each specific case alone we're missing the bigger picture and that is a at the height finally moving beyond the soap post Soviet hang over Frederick Starr fed stars the author most importantly of a book that will transform your understanding of a part of the world with that we did not get in school in the twentieth century good luck for the twenty.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Of Azerbaijan it is a resource rich country that is going to transform the whole region it also is a country of a surging population I see lots of baby carriages in Baku so therefore I turned from knowing about the resources that are going to be use fossil fuel resources going to be used for the security of Europe and Asia minor to thinking about diversification of the economy and I'm very fortunate to have here in the port of Baku which is a brand new glass tower with great cappuccino on the first floor a mean Hussein off aid to the first vice president who's going to educate us about the thinking now about the economy and the thinking about what the economy will look like in twenty five years for the new population and the population here already I mean a very good evening to you thank you for this all right it's not only about a fossil fuel resources it's about the wealth that will come from that and transforming that wealth into a knowledge economy what does it look like good evening to all good evening Sir thank you for having me and welcome to Baku Azerbaijan it's always a pleasure to have such well known people as such as yourself to be here and to actually see first hand what's going on so we hear in Azerbaijan a living through quite interesting times it's been quite a journey since the collapse of the Soviet Union and I'd like to set the stage a little bit by providing some background on what we've been through all this year's to be in position to better understand what is coming next good this is Christmas time nineteen ninety one Soviet Union collapse and all of the attendant countries including Azerbaijan. were cut loose on the route yeah here we go the only difference as what John had at that time is that it started its real economic reforms much later than many other so former Soviet republics and also much later than eastern European transition countries so that was quite the a striking difference we lost about two years due to objective reasons because the country was under threat by military aggression by one neighbor country and it was no time for us to think about how to build up the market economy at the time. this is there was a second difference that was really distinguishing Azerbaijan at the time which is we are we were the country which experience the deepest recession among go older former Soviet republics we lost about sixty percent of Paul were pre ninety one GDP and that was the the biggest collapse among all other countries so that really put us in a very disadvantageous position from the very outset. but the third difference of Azerbaijan experience was that during the short period of time and when you got a list of the fact that we experience the largest recession we actually were also the country which has a covered the fastest in just about the two thousand five we have fully recovered the pre ninety one GDP in just three years we doubled it and by two thousand fourteen we tripled over GP so that was a tremendous trajectory of gross translating into people's slow quality of lives and will be and that was the also tremendous transformation that we've been observing people who would come to Baku in early in the late nineties and then about five years later they couldn't recognize the city so and it's interesting to understand what it's like to leave through that kind of transformation that's one question the second question is what is it based on how sustainable is that. and the you know how can we actually make a quality change based on that kind of transformation. so this questions are really have been on the top of the is it a gender of economic policymakers for quite a you know more than a decade. and of course the answers are not simple so the there like there there are things that we need to take into account including the international experience the experience of other countries similar to Azerbaijan in this or another way so I just wanted to draw your attention to one fact which is the well known by now that Azerbaijan is a resource rich and free and the the fact that we have come under quite sue is external shocks in the past twenty twenty five years have been a yeah giving us some lessons for example I wanted to talk about two thousand fourteen collapse in oil prices the second half of two thousand fourteen we so global oil prices come down and two thousand fifteen in an effort to cope with that challenge of central bank has to the value of a national currency but two times so that translated into a radical fall off living standards double digit inflation. complete loss of confidence in the banking sector as well as a shift from a very substantial surplus in the balance of payments into quite a significant deficit so this actually the walls of very major test to the economist has a budget. and as a result who starting from two thousand sixteen we started the macro economic stabilization programs and the structural reforms and which actually was mainly focused on trying to re establish macroeconomic stability and then of course trying to push for over two more radical structural reforms to increase the role of not all sectors in other words to actually. try to pursue the diversification agenda more vigorously. and here's the point that I wanted to drive that talking about knowledge economy yes and I wanted to draw your attention to one of them. recent. research number the World Bank. wore a Eurovision countries trying to understand where developing comes from is the versification is such a fundamental factor for development. by the fact that by the way I need to mention that there is no evidence worldwide the diversification is necessarily leading to the development. it is neither a cocinar effect so we've seen countries which are well diversified and they grow well well well but we also see countries were not well diversified they still growing well so there's no a clear cut evidence suggesting that if we diversify our experts and we become a developed economy. so then that points us to the issue what is more important. to diversify our experts to diversify our assets. and this is what the World Bank is saying they're saying that. if you consider your national wells comprised of three different components. natural wells produced wells. an intangible wells. natural wells being. natural resources. produced wells being all the infrastructure and the capital that you put together as it as the economy. and intangible wells meaning the human capital and institutions. institutions here imply rules of the game. so in if you look at the composition of this three components of natural world in the case of Azerbaijan you see a dominance of natural wells. so we when we started exploiting all were Kara a hydrocarbon resources and that gave us immensely natural resource wells that was accumulated partly under partly it was directed to producing a more than infrastructure physical social we see a lot of bridges we see a lot of roads water supply irrigation so the throughout Azerbaijan the infrastructure has been upgraded to the top much level. and that actually is going to be the two all were produced capital produced wells but what we lacking and what we need to really shift of focus too is to invest more in human capital and invest more in building more effective more efficient market institutions I want to ask about that when we come back at him because what I've observed over the time of my travels here is that you have a lot of smart young people who speak many languages on like in America we only speak New York Yankees language and so I wanna I wanna hear what you're thinking about going overseas to educator educating here in building your university structure I'm speaking with the aid to the president a first vice president of the Republic of Azerbaijan and mean Hussein off where they've been and where they're going given that their natural resource rich and in there the Grand Central station of Central Asia but you still have to think about the people the young people I'm John bachelor thanks to the Republic of Azerbaijan's embassy in the U. S. and scholar dot com this is the.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"Well, look, you know, veto mutt. Still have a bit of swayed away. And that might be just the factory while they just. Yeah. There will be tone intensive decision making. It'll be interesting to say because he's also be normally pretty good rice for Charlotte. Leclair he's done well in these junior category here. Breakout rice lost year? We really started to switch it on the one. So we white and say, but it is hope for anyone in Azerbaijan this hope of variety this hyphen Mercedes Clinton Steiner from Haas already says he's preparing for disappointment. Which is always a good way to do it because they've headed so hot up till now. Well, I mean considering I've been qualifying so well every writings, and then have found that they are rubbish in the rice last year last weekend in score any points despite qualifying in the top ten I didn't see any lapse in the top ten because of that bungled. But. It's really interesting is sat in with the inside a press conference at the end of the ground prey on Sunday in China to say that he was frustrated because he knows the car is quick. But doesn't know why how it's quick how to make a quick again because I bought it. The phone keeps going being on hold and they're putting wanting those machine answering services, and he keeps saying I want help sitting up the car doesn't understand him. It's very concerning, but he's already expecting terribly here. How much worse can it be committed to Las zone crashed when he's in contention for the podium and imagine that Marcus Ericsson hit him again year could be imagined that happens again, they'll be something clearly wrong with keeping Keep my. it might ruin gorge on. If he says say, he's a mock as Erickson ghost crab, my throat benign. Just throw him off. Just to throw him of someone's shooting clever at Haas. They should invite Marcus Ericsson. Gist of the around to see what happens because if I've already written off the weekend. What did they go to leader shape? So the John grown prix. It's ten o'clock straight eastern time, you're to watch it. And if you're in Azerbaijan, you probably know don't even know how many people leaving us Baijal ten fall. So you can figure it out yourselves off to that. I don't know. Do you know anyone leaps in this John Peter is that we're us? Nightline with Philip Brady and. Another writes, this weight gainer testify, Sean, which means is another end of formula McGinley, Kate referencing McGinley. Hey, going with all that. Your name in vain. We'll be damned for this. We update the schools after China's. So he's the top ten now. I thought that I'll hadn't sit up at team in this. If one which I just had trouble. That's why I didn't talk for. I was very confused Sobat how this whole week. So I was trying to figure that out confusing. I think I'll go to an I'm pretty happy with my team to be honest with you. Okay. Well, what do you want to go through chain tells you tame? So I have collison soja Peres oh Neko hulk in book question vessel, and I have Harari as well. Dan, Macondo is that's pretty awesome. You're saying as well. Yep. And Nico compare drivers Hamilton he's too expensive. That's fame that is understandable. So go through the leaderboard form the Chinese race. This is not the overall late board. But those who scored high in China the highest going team was rugby league drunk racing. Yeah. It sounds about doing this guy. Exactly. The from Australia naturally. Second was Stevie wonder's driving school. Well, we've set it down also third. These costs should be loud of spelled like Niki Lauda, very good for Denmark. We shun you my Scandinavian flags better anyways from somewhere lay industries overtaking and on the taking was forced was data McKinley fiv equal fifth. I guess was Daniela's foster than you seven face-down Haas up equal seventh. There's an l in Lebanon question, Mark. Yes. Indeed. There is also equal seventh chocolate liqueur and Veltri slice. Thanks, one of the better names and tenth is breed dog..

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on KGO 810

"Show. You all know that I traveled to the Republican Azerbaijan this past summer. It was my second trip in two years broadcasting from the riches of the Caspian Sea bass, I've discovered that Azerbaijan is a country of bounds. You're listening to John Batchelor precious ratio the energy sectors, expanding by the minute. Now reaching out pipelines to Asia Minor in Europe help with energy security for our allies. And for NATO what I've learned is that as her by John is a prosperous country with big dreams and the leadership to support the dreaming of freedom and growth on the legendary silk road. I'm most privileged to have the embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in the US to support. My weekly business reports I will be highlighting what I'm learning about as Abidjan and the Caspian Sea regularly from food to energy to a knowledge economy. The Republic of Azerbaijan in the Caspian Sea basin is a region. I look forward to explore and I invite you along. Balance of nature's fruits and veggies in a capsule cancer. When my algebra. I have nerve damage and fatigue. I have salad. Mix. So my license cancer to learn how to live with it. But starting balance of nature. I felt that the first month I felt different it made such a difference that. Wake up my head clear. I have more energy very rarely does my body cramp up anymore. It's the best thing. It's just amazing. I don't know what to say. I not be what I am today..

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on KGO 810

"You all know that I traveled to the Republican Azerbaijan this past summer. It was my second trip in two broadcast on. I've discovered that Azerbaijan a country bountiful resources the farmland produces the freshest food in your Asia, the energy sectors or expanding by the minute. Now reaching our pipelines to Asia Minor in your to help with energy security for our allies. And for NATO what I've learned is that Azerbaijan is a prosperous country with big dreams and the leadership to support the dreaming of freedom and growth on the legendary silk road. I'm most privileged to have the embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in the US to support. My weekly business reports I will be highlighting what I'm learning about observation and the Caspian Sea regularly from food to energy to a knowledge economy. The Republic of Azerbaijan and the Caspian Sea basin is a region. I look forward to explorer, and I invite you along. Balance of nature's fruits and veggies in a capsule had cancer. Cyber myalgia. I have nerve damage and fatigue. I have salad Mia. And hypoglycemic, so my license cancer to learn how to live with it. Starting balance of nature. I felt that the first month I felt different. It made such a difference that. Wake up my head clear. I have more energy very rarely does my body cramp up anymore. It's the best thing. It's just amazing. I don't know what to say not.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I hope we get along well with iraq we've certainly spent a great fortune in iraq and many many lives thousands and hundreds of thousands of lives if you think on both sides which i always think about both sides not just our side and they had an election and i hope we're going to be able to get along and we'll see how that goes we've already been talking to the people that won the election i was not in favor of that war i was very much against that war i never thought it was a good thing but that's another deck of cards that i inherited and we'll do the best we can with it i think the election was pretty conclusive and again we've spoken to them we'll see what happens yes sir go ahead go ahead to the next man we have time for one more question tossed from azerbaijan newspaper engineer i come from very far nothing africa asia may question mr president you are we really admire what we are doing enough africa and really wish and hope that something again we'd be done in the middle east devoid people more wars and more blood and more killings in the mid east way to be the just peace process that gives everyone it's we're looking for peace and africa as you know is sonar very strong list but we're looking for peace we want peace all over we want to solve problems we're looking for peace africa right now has got problems like few people would even understand they have things going on there that nobody could believe in this room if you saw some of the things that i see through intelligence what's going on in africa is so sad it's so vicious and violent and we want peace we want peace for africa we want peace all over the world that's my number one goal peace all over the world and would building up a tremendous military because i really believe through strength you get you get peace but we're going to have a military like we've never had before we've given out orders for the best fighter jets in the world the best ships the best everything but hopefully we'll never have to use them that would be a dream to buy the best stuff to have the best stuff to have the best equipment in the world and to never have to use it would be a really great part of my dream thank you very much.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on WTMA

"Mention i think it's really important visit it was an amazing event last night in that conference of presidents hosted to honour muslimmajority countries that had saved us during the holocaust with special emphasis on azerbaijan kazakhstan in morocco you know we we live in an era where we think that this there's sort of a disinherit conflict between the west and islam between islam and jews but for for most of the history it's been actually a very incredibly cooperative relationship between jews and muslims i could say my own interest in the country of azerbaijan in the caspian region in central asia has really been born from understanding this was muslimmajority region that always welcomed jews always saw jews as not just as not as sort of in a tolerant way but actually just local citizens part of their own culture and you know and when you understand how their cultures not surprising that they actually during the holocaust you know kazakhstan uzbekistan curious done azerbaijan accepted jews you know the time when you know many of their men were at the front themselves dying when there was not sufficient food in the region i mean there's no question that they were gonna you know except jews and and try to help them so do that maybe escape to a christian area like ukraine poland wasn't always safe but it's you that that escaped to other by john to curcas tons refuge six people in azerbaijan actually fought in the war we learnt ghastly yes amazing case you know we we really hardly i encourage any you know master students graduate students out there looking for phd topics this is incredible history of muslim countries you know again observation kazahstan kirghistan it was becky on and more local tunisia algeria had case to north africa as well that accepted you save jews and it's very important to document this history before two minutes of servers are gone and i'm actually very happy that many of these countries now are working with the us holocaust museum us government sponsored institution to open up their archives last night the ambassador of co kazakhstan reiterated his interest to do this and and you know share these archives and and and really wrote reveal very beautiful history between muslims and jews.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Uh this is the one i think upon the shirt i'm sorry if i keep zone is but this is a key keen re reema's and kiki animation that so this to a lot of people are radio accomplish shows but you haven't seen it as finished i showed your rough sketch of it and misses the latest piece of art that's come in of cosmo wow that is so cool i know goes i love it that's a great design on a black year and right there i love it even has all they're like an astronomy in the background yeah yeah it does i like that it has like a constantly like it has do them install we didn't alcohol the hair is like did like the galaxies linked the stars and serve so cool i think the have you drinking leg plo rocks or something in the pick and look at a cleaner products yeah we got we'll decide to yeah all we we we yeah yeah not only in our said azerbaijan courcol a joke in a joke and learn you know there but yeah very nice work and like i said that is going to be this piece of our right who is going to be featured i'm pretty sure for february feature for what will as our featured artists for putting up a design in the wonderful dte merge store if you type in dt merge is to take you to amazing place a place a land if you will full of shirts and hats and phone covers and designs all of them celebrating this property here called double toast in as you can see we have our featured artists four january right there gene liano who has done a demon days guerrillas demon days cover parity right there where we replace the characters and guerrillas with double toasty characters and appreciate that because she takes note of certain things on the show like my love for that ban cores low.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Azerbaijan knocked him of was funny about tucker should iran applauded for all ahold of the plenty in the book what was funny about it is that a youth live mask that helmet you could see told historic length off fought with me but you're on the moon either like i could do my pick this ass with this new what is hands up he's like oh she no we're like it's just gonna take this as well you put it there though yeah blocked busier man you could take it off to other people meanwhile israel they wouldn't of seem to lowkey and here's my last point to all you people out there this whole time who have actually been saying and i don't know why but jobless in begging insane what you know really makes a superhero the theme and i just had been built at of interesting is been every move i don't know how you can here and they like all right you know what we just go make the team in a venture they part of the team mountain and i love the way that they had actually worked that theme in here in different ways to make a point that yes that's their battlecry right there as the best at all shit oh shit they age electronic god knows streamed online and what he says he will girls girls.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Ooh a one one draw against cara team from azerbaijan first sunday pain in the champions they that is back to back draws against caravan the needs them all but done chelsea going to get through this group now along with roma folks in on semi yoni something like this happens letsie embarrassing embarrassing from athletic almighty backed by goes against crime about this one at home when you know you have everything to play for and you don't come up with a performance that you would suggest carrier yes i would suggest that for eight always becomes an issue when they are given the responsibility to create the chances themselves when they can they can just sit back and then counterattacked teams when they have to be the ones that say okay gave him the ball and say hey you go go create opportunities go ahead and you just don't see it you don't see you don't see great performance and run tara well i know i still i am telling you they're not gonna say it's embarrassing wasn't that the first thing that i just said that is embarrassing for at that the finnish say it's embarrassing careful you want me to topple you will so see if proven in the past it's difficult for them to take it to a team this isn't a real team is apparently they are dan apparently they are apparently your knowledge of our several young totally skull cap azerbaijan staffing.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on WTMA

"Is a railing cope ring which is why i think the us is time i'm this announcement this of training because the rail link is of vital to understand the ambition here what we're looking at is the possibility of the the silk road over land with a rail link that goes all the way from china to europe and azerbaijan as the hub but most recently there was an inau girl ceremony of a of the rail link eight hundred and twenty six kilometers that's five hundred miles from baku to to please see two cars so this is this is as abidjan working with turkey working with georgia and also opening up this prospect of three countries and it also allowed azerbaijan president alija i'll a farm following the news reporting here to launch this with president alberto on a president out of one of turkey and prime minister khachiashvili of georgia are to these countries all have these countries always worked so easily together ellen this is this is a surprised to me but you been watching this much longer has vainqueur not invade today's a very potent billion and through of in toyoo is you in fact we could mention today as the do pretty both of the historic silk road we have two out the use of all independence suspecting are to one we have developed a very close working relationship between azerbaijan georgia and turkey this is a result of the vote 130 corporation and i think that's a unique about overdue euasian corrpution but we have is that nobody tells us to come together nobody forces all when measures to vote together with dude records oh people in our leaders understand that the future in the regional corporation so if you look at it would you had to do you had uh president of the post think uh president on of turkey firmness acquitting kush meat over georgia but also also very booking the prime minister's was big instead of color store and ministers from focused on uh took vanished stuff so hugh do you have a much wider out each.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on WTMA

"The referendum on iraqi kurdish shit referendum that independence that's coming up in the next couple of next week in fact uh how do you feel this will impact the region what does it mean for azerbaijan ten d has iran's azerbaijan the population it doesn't have a direct impact on other budgam per se are we are strong supporters of territorial integrity and we believe that what they're what actions are taken this should not be a new article so in in that perspective understand the concern of workday central government in bed grab the neighbors over um or you act which all have raised concerns neither would is at the moment i'm stable enough to reverse rubin booed dangerous i have to say as a john has a kurdish population we are very respectful i have deep respect for kurdish culture in fact you would give you one example which would be very towing uh uh one of the ethnic group which was actually it's targeted viewing dave over the between armenia and azerbaijan by damien starter ever order but jenny coat and one over the interesting developments now is that there are two hostages who were taken by the occupation post in uh omagree virginia territory for be to think their mothers gave uh indoor capacitors and they're now oh hold hostages on local partner to one of the signs of this people will be testifying soon at the oil you see about part of his father asking critical visit he's very name because whose name is kudo who would disarmed overcoat which shows how integrated i'd be minorities and different ethnic groups are with in other words any society so we don't it doesn't have a direct impact on us but we do think that tutorials take it is very important and indepth joe environmental to me the way we have to be very careful during her newark who correct mr ambassador.

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"azerbaijan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"azerbaijan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"So the link his parliamentary assembly of the council of europe it has been a body that azerbaijan has long tried to influence uh all the people three politicians were paid over members of the parliamentary assembly they have travel to azerbaijan on monitoring elections and all of them spoke very favourably are even dole the elections have been deeply flawed with the uh abort theft with um in in on one occasion there was even the release of voting records even before the elections have been held a azerbaijan uh did this body is supposed to monitor all human rights records of the countries that are members azerbaijan has been arresting journalists are tracking down the students civil society are closing down our ngos so any free voice in the country said been a um close uh in the past decade yet a council of europe has never condemned them surgery in kobe is they're thinking that perhaps this money was actually buying silence in europe while uhhuh so the eating investigation that this currently in going in italy m a local onto or one of the former members of her parliamentary assembly was actually indicted for bribery by de as a bassani authorities and in the conversation between him uh andy mp who basically a was coordinating the efforts with him it is clearly showing that a president to leave has first off authorized the strategy of actually lobbing inside a parliamentary assembly and that of all onto for example was there to implement a strategy end to uh get everybody else to vote against d m a publication different reports or the findings to guiding the a human rights violations nesselbush on your much of the prison earlier of the there are some people claiming the links from this serve from this reverse slush fund to president ali of is not true or is that still two on untrue.

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