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Azerbaijan, Southwest Asia
Population: 9,781,000
Chief of State: President Ilham Aliyev
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Artur Rasizade
Christians: 2.7%
Evangelical Christians: 0.2%
Dominant Religion: Shia Islam
Persecution Ranking: 50th
Life Expectancy: 72.2 Years
Literacy Rate: 99.8%
Population Below Poverty Line: 6%
Refugees Living in Azerbaijan: 628,170

Pray for Azerbaijan - facebook page

At the contested border between Azerbaijan and Armenia, two soldiers were killed in sniper fire, one Azerbaijani and one Armenian. The two governments have renewed commitments to peace negotiations, which have resulted in only a handful of deaths this year.

Pray that these negotiations will continue steadily and with commitment to resolution.
Pray for the families that live in this border area to search for hope and peace that can be found through salvation in Jesus Christ (The Bible, Psalm 25:5).

Fatal frontline shootings heighten tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan (Eurasianet)

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Azerbaijan, Southwest Asia
Population: 9,781,000
Chief of State: President Ilham Aliyev
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Artur Rasizade
Christians: 2.7%
Evangelical Christians: 0.2%
Dominant Religion: Shia Islam
Persecution Ranking: 50th
Life Expectancy: 72.2 Years
Literacy Rate: 99.8%
Population Below Poverty Line: 6%
Refugees Living in Azerbaijan: 628,170

Pray for Azerbaijan - facebook page

At the contested border between Azerbaijan and Armenia, two soldiers were killed in sniper fire, one Azerbaijani and one Armenian. The two governments have renewed commitments to peace negotiations, which have resulted in only a handful of deaths this year.

Pray that these negotiations will continue steadily and with commitment to resolution.
Pray for the families that live in this border area to search for hope and peace that can be found through salvation in Jesus Christ (The Bible, Psalm 25:5).

Fatal frontline shootings heighten tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan (Eurasianet)