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  1. How Does Erdogan Intend to Prevent Change of Borders?
    The Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan understands that Turkey and himself can “survive” only in emergency situations.
    22:55 21/11/2017
  2. Erdogan Washed His Hands of Aliyev and Gave Him Away to Putin
    The Russian minister of foreign affairs Lavrov visited Baku in the morning of November 20 and met with Ilham Aliyev, discussed the Russian-Azerbaijani bilateral relations and spoke about the Artsakh process.
    19:54 20/11/2017
  3. Investors Club and Tashir Group Delivered a Mouse
    Tashir Group which is owned by the Russia-based tycoon Samvel Karapetyan and the Investors Club he heads announced about intentions to invest 1 billion dollars.
    15:20 20/11/2017
  4. The Vigen Sargsyan Drama
    Vigen Sargsyan has grown the “nation-army” concept upside down.
    15:00 20/11/2017
  5. Serzh Sargsyan Closed Investors Club
    The press reported that Serzh Sargsyan has recently met with 30 entrepreneurs and urged them to make investments in the economy and create jobs.
    00:50 19/11/2017
  6. NATO's Slap to Turkey: Erdogan Declared Enemy
    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has apologized to the Turkish president for the incident at the Norwegian training where Ataturk and Erdogan were depicted as enemies.
    23:29 17/11/2017
  7. Lavrov Hurries to Yerevan: What's Up Next?
    The 168 Zham has informed that next week the Russian foreign minister will visit Baku and Yerevan on November 19-20. The agenda of his visit is the Karabakh settlement.
    21:53 14/11/2017
  8. Vienna Again Closed Way to Putin and Erdogan in Karabakh
    Although Putin and Trump did not have a separate meeting, the presidents of Russia and the United States succeeded in agreeing a joint statement.
    20:58 13/11/2017
  9. Between Lines of Trump-Putin Meeting
    The Russian President Putin and the U.S. President Trump have issued a joint statement on the situation in Syria.
    19:00 12/11/2017
  10. Patience May Wear Thin: U.S. Stance on Karabakh
    Paul Goble, professor at the Institute of World Politics, commented on the statement of the U.S. Ambassador in Azerbaijan Cekuta in an interview with 168.am.
    09:46 12/11/2017