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a native or inhabitant of Azerbaijan

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the Turkic language spoken by the Azerbaijani

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The cartoon in the Iran daily showed a cockroach speaking in the Azerbaijani language, and was seen as demeaning Azerbaijanis as cockroach-like.
There are about 20 thousand Azerbaijanis living in Kyrgyzstan today and they consider themselves as full citizens of Kyrgyzstan," said the Ambassador.
The two countries decided on all outstanding issues of frequency resources regulation along the border territories during the visit of an Azerbaijani delegation to Tehran in June.
Elkhan Suleymanov, Member of the Azerbaijani Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) and Chairman of the Azerbaijani Delegation to Euronest, pointedly noted this double standard in an impassioned speech Wednesday.
For materializing the idea of "Great Armenia" Armenia started brutality against Azerbaijan and violence on civil population between the year 1905-1907 which resulted the killing of thousands of Azerbaijanis.
The seminar was attended by various members of the Azerbaijani, Arab, and Turkish communities in the UAE.
Nonetheless, some traces of political activity by Southern Azerbaijanis are clearly visible.
The Safavid realm, like Garagoyunlu and Agkoyunlu, was multi-ethnic, but the leading role belonged to the Azerbaijanis.
NEW JERSEY (CyHAN)- Azerbaijani Society of America (ASA) said March 29 the General Assembly of the US State of New Jersey issued a resolution recognizing March 31, 2015 as the Azerbaijani Remembrance Day marking the solemn 97th anniversary of the Azerbaijani Genocide.
Today, there are about 20 thousand Azerbaijanis residing in Kyrgyzstan.
This year, the Azerbaijani-American community throughout the United States along with millions of Azerbaijanis and friends of Azerbaijan around the world paid tribute to the memory of innocent civilians murdered in Khojaly.
Since a lengthy war in the early 1990s that displaced over one million Azerbaijanis, Armenian armed forces have occupied over 20 percent of Azerbaijan's internationally recognized territory, including Nagorno-Karabakh and seven adjacent regions.
Dubai: Azerbaijanis in over 70 countries across the globe commemorate this week the Day of World Azerbaijanis Solidarity, which falls on December 31.
Despite the fact that Azerbaijanis are Shia Muslims and Armenians are Christians, Iran is seen in the area as effectively allied with Armenia.