The Azeri government has independent media in a stranglehold, but journalists hold out hope that their basement newsrooms will eventually produce results. by Seymur Selimov BAKU, Azerbaijan–A dark, damp basement is hardly the place for independent journalism to flourish. Nonetheless, that’s where many of Azerbaijan’s newsrooms have been forced to make their homes. And only […]

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