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Topic - Khadija Ismailova
Azerbaijan's hosting of the Eurovision Song contest last month exemplified just how far the predominantly Muslim former Soviet republic has come since the days of communism, the Azerbaijani ambassador to Washington says.
He did, however, acknowledge a government probe into one of the more salacious cases, involving Khadija Ismailova, a Radio Free Europe journalist who has reported on financial dealings of the Azerbaijani president.