Azerbaijani Opposition Politician Arrested On 'Bogus' Charges, HRW Says.

Azerbaijan has arrested a prominent opposition politician, Tofig Yagublu, in what Human Rights Watch (HRW) calls "another disturbing example of the government's contempt for free speech and political critics."

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