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The New York Observer
The Lady Vanishes: Russian Princess Sells West-side Condo for $7.1M
In the world of New York City real estate, you can't always get what you want. Not even if you're a Russian princess.
Azerbaijan to send note of protest to Spain
Azerbaijan will send a note of protest to Spain with regard to the adoption of a resolution on Nagorno-Karabakh by a local provincial government in Basque Country, an autonomous community in northern Spain, Azerbaijani Ambassador to Spain Altay Afandiyev told Trend Sept. 15. "The media reports on the adoption of a resolution on Nagorno-Karabakh by the Basque parliament are not quite accurate, the document was adopted not by the parliament, but at the level of local provincial government," he said.
Turkish PM to visit Azerbaijan
Before visiting Baku, Turkey's newly elected prime minister will pay a visit to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus on Sept.16. Davutoglu is expected to attend the ceremony marking the start of the South Caucasus Pipeline Expansion project to be held on the 20th anniversary of signing of the Contract of the Century on Sept.20.
Austrian reporter refused Azeri visa over visiting Artsakh
PanARMENIAN.Net - Reporter Jutta Bauer, who was accompanying Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz during his visit to the South Caucasus, was refused an entry visa to Azerbaijan over visiting Nagorno Karabakh. Azerbaijan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that Die Presse newspaper correspondent Jutta Bauer visited Karabakh "without Azerbaijan's consent" in 2011 and was therefore blacklisted.
The London Free Press
Georgia's Caucasian charm lures hikers and hipsters
A general view of the 6th Century David Gareja cave monastery near the Azeri border, southeast of Tbilisi, July 25, 2014. TBILISI A history spanning centuries and civilizations, churches perched atop green mountains and inexpensive food and wine are just a few of the draws of the small Caucasian country of Georgia.
Trip Tips: Georgia's Caucasian charm lures hikers and hipsters
A history spanning centuries and civilizations, churches perched atop green mountains and inexpensive food and wine are just a few of the draws of the small Caucasian country of Georgia. Nestled between Russia, Turkey, Armenia and Azerbaijan, Georgia has emerged from years of conflict to become the go-to travel destination in the Caucasus.