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January 17, 2007
Interfax-Azerbaijan launches new Russian and Azeri-language portal

The new web resource acquaints visitors with the latest news from Azerbaijan and includes the following sections: Politics, Economics and Finance, Fuel and Energy, Science and Education, Culture, Society and Sport.

News stories from Interfax-Azerbaijan were earlier posted on the http://www.interfax.ru/ Russian-language portal, which now provides access to all web resources of the agencys four national groups: Interfax-Ukraine (www.interfax.kiev.ua), Interfax-Kazakhstan (www.interfax.kz), Interfax-West (Belarus, www.interfax.by) and Interfax-Azerbaijan (www.interfax.az). Each of these agencies is the indisputable leader on its respective countrys information market.

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Since then, the agency has created a net of correspondents, embracing all of the countrys regions, and opened bureaus in Nakhichevan and Gyandzh.

The agencys main information product is the News of Azerbaijan newswire, which comes out in the Russian and Azeri languages and covers politics, finance and economics, social issues and world affairs. Information about subscription terms is available at any of Interfax Groups offices (www.interfax.ru, http://www.interfax.com/

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