Citizens from the middle east, Africa and Asia say that they are being routinely discriminated against when applying for residency.
State blames increasing cost on global market, while analysts see exploitation and corruption at fault.
While Brussels is keen to provide technical help and mediation, its role can only go so far.
After decades of strained relations, why are they finally making serious moves towards re-opening ties?
An all-women team turned to mobile phone technology to provide a free and easy-to-use tool.
It’s hard to protect yourself from the virus without proper facilities.
As Azerbaijan captures 13 Armenian servicemen amid the worst fighting since the 2020 war, the fate of other prisoners of war remains uncertain.
Amid trauma of defeat, there has been little discussion of the ethical implications of state-sponsored programme.
Experts say that internal politics and a lack of strong reaction from the West have weakened response to ex head-of-state’s arrest.
All students have to learn in Russian, in a move condemned as “an obvious manifestation of racial discrimination”.