Armenian fighters tell VICE World News stories of brutal abuse at the hands of soldiers from Azerbaijan following the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh.
A VICE investigation reveals how a little-known TV station and large sums of money were part of a lobbying strategy to polish Azerbaijan's image in Germany.
The people of war-torn Nagorno-Karabakh have been through hell. But when they returned home after weeks of brutal clashes, a lethal new threat was lurking all around them.
Mahammad Mirzali, a vocal critic of Azerbaijan’s president, was attacked in broad daylight in the French city where he lives in exile. He said he feared his attackers were going to behead him.
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International in separate reports said they had confirmed numerous cases of abuses by both sides during the six-week war.
Putin hopes the Russian-brokered deal will create "a long-term peace," but bitter arguments over banned cluster munitions and the consequences of the truce in Armenia rumble on.
The deal, brokered by Russia, saw furious crowds storming the country's parliament and ransacking government buildings.
French photographer Adrien Vautier spent a month documenting the war in Nagorno-Karabakh, including time on the front. He shared these photos exclusively with VICE News.
Exclusive: Widely-banned Russian-made cluster munitions were used during an attack upon residential areas in Barda, Azerbaijan, that killed 21 people.
Armenia and Azerbaijan show how a good music video can help drum up support for a war.
The Young Turks Led the Armenian Genocide. But the Progressive Show 'The Young Turks' Won't Change Name
"If a group decided to call themselves 'the Young Nazis', and pitched themselves as a disruptor news outlet, people would be rightly outraged."
Russia, France, the United States, and the European Union have all called for a ceasefire, but there are no signs of the hostilities waning.