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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