• Dissidents are persecuted by phone tapping, the extradition of call lists and shut down cell phone towers. The opposition in Azerbaijan accuses TeliaSonera to participate in the violations of human rights by the holding in the state company Azercell.View over the capital of Baku, Azerbaijan.

  • A hole in the wall of a factory area that has existed since the Soviet state. Some factories are abandoned, others are still being used.

  • The journalist Haziyev Bahaddin was 9 days earlier beaten and had his legs run over by the regime’s ”muscle men”. Here at a hospital in Baku. In the foreground, Vugar Goyavev who is working for human rights.

  • One of Azercell’s many advertising hoardings in the country.

  • Observers at the congress and election of the leader of one of Azerbaijan’s opposition parties.

  • In the corner on the national TV channel Azerbaijani flag with President Aliyev is displayed.

  • Refugee camp Sabirabad 2 hours from Baku. Safura with her son. In the bed is Safuras 78-year-old mother, who has been apathetic for 10 years.

  • Sardar Jalaloglu, leader of the second largest opposition party ADP. Has been in prison and was tortured.

  • Each star in the pictures of oppositionists shows how many years they have been imprisoned of their struggle for democracy.

  • On one of the trains at Baku’s Central Station.

  • A young couple on the subway in Baku.

  • Reiham Jafarov tells of the terrible condition for the refugees. He lives with his family in an abandoned railway carriage made out of sheet metal.

  • Shahriyar, stands outside the old train wagon in the refugee camp.