BAKU − Tuesday morning, thousands are marching in orderly groups in Azerbaijan’s capital to the Khojali monument. The length of the avenue are black-and-white photographs of women and children’s bodies. On a black marble column, a statue of a mother holding her baby, and each citizen lays two red carnations on the plinth. The Azeri nation has lived in the heart of the Caucasus, by the Caspian Sea, for two...