Kazakhstan unrest: How Vladimir Putin again seizes on unrest in an attempt to expand Russian influence
If the turmoil in Kazakhstan has exposed the vulnerability of the strongman leaders whom the Kremlin has trusted to keep order, it has also presented Russia with a chance to reassert its influence
Joakim Maehle scored in the 53rd minute to send the Danes to Qatar as they build on their surprise run at Euro 2020 this summer when they reached the semi-finals.
FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: Portugal overcome Cristiano Ronaldo's absence to beat Azerbaijan 3-0
Bernardo Silva, André Silva and Diogo Jota scored a goal each for visiting Portugal, which moved three points ahead of Serbia in Group A.
As Armenia goes to polls, things to know about the landlocked country's diverse culture and troubled history
Armenia last year fought a six-week war with Azerbaijan for control of the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Armenia on Thursday accused Azerbaijan's military of crossing the southern border in an "infiltration" to "lay siege" to a lake that is shared by the two countries. Azerbaijan rejected the claims
In historic move, US president Joe Biden recognises 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ottoman forces as genocide
Around 1.5 million Armenians are estimated to have been killed from 1915 to 1917. Turkey, which emerged from the ashes of the Ottoman Empire, rejects the charge of genocide
FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: Netherlands beaten by Turkey, France held by Ukraine, Belgium cruise past Wales
The defeat was a dreadful start to the campaign for the Netherlands, who failed to qualify for either Euro 2016 or the 2018 World Cup, but are one of the fancied sides ahead of the delayed Euro 2020 finals this year.
Sporting defender Luis Neto will take Pepe's place in coach Fernando Santos' squad, the FPF said in a statement on Sunday evening.
As the host nation, Qatar has automatically qualified for the tournament, but were invited by UEFA — the sport's governing body in Europe — to get match practise in the European qualifiers.
Around 6 lakh displaced Azerbaijanis seek to return after country regains control of Nagorno-Karabakh
Armenia is returning territory to Azerbaijan as part of the ceasefire agreement. But Azerbaijani forces discovered that in Aghdam, which was turned over on Friday, much of the recovered land is uninhabitable
Ethnic Armenians returned to their homeland a week after a ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan halted the fighting that had raged over the region for more than six weeks
Armenians and Azerbaijanis lived side by side when both countries were part of the Soviet Union, but century-old ethnic enmity reignited when communism collapsed
Residents of the Kalbajar district in Azerbaijan that was controlled by Armenian separatists for decades began a mass exodus this week after it was announced Azerbaijan would regain control on Sunday
Nagorno-Karabakh peace deal: Anger mounts in Armenia as PM Nikol Pashinyan agrees to cede disputed land to Azerbaijan
The peace accord sparked celebrations in Azerbaijan but fury in Armenia, where demonstrators stormed government buildings and demanded Pashinyan's resignation earlier this week
France to ban Grey Wolves: Why Macron regime is targeting Turkish group, potential impact on relations with Ankara
France's decision to ban the far-right Turkish group comes after a memorial to the Armenian genocide near Lyon was defaced with pro-Turkish slogans
Azerbaijan, Armenia continue heavy shelling in residential areas in Nagorno-Karabakh despite US mediation
Nagorno-Karabakh authorities said other towns in the region were also targeted by Azerbaijani artillery fire, while officials in Azerbaijan claimed that the town of Terter and areas in the Gubadli region came under Armenian shelling early Saturday, killing a teenager
For the region’s populace, the war is a continuation of on-off violent strife over both territory and history, with roots going back more than a century
The new agreement comes a week after a Russia-brokered deal failed to stop the worst fighting in the region in decades
Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry said a missile fired by Armenian forces hit the area near Orduba, in Azerbaijan's Nakhchivan region, on Thursday. There were no casualties
'Everyone wants a flag': Turkey support lifts spirits in Aizerbaijan as Ankara reaffirms backing of Baku
Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev has repeatedly thanked Turkey for support analysts have described as a 'game-changer' in the current conflict