Study shows more young women binge drinking
"It's eye-opening," said a family doctor and scientist at the Ottawa Hospital and the Bruyère Research Institute.
Airbus reveals new "bird of prey" concept plane
The theoretical design is for a hybrid-electric, turbo-propeller aircraft, according to a statement on the Airbus website.
Catalonia plans to introduce outdoor smoking ban
The proposed changes, which could come into force within a year, are certain to meet fierce resistance from the hospitality industry.
Armenia's Tsaghkatzor hosts 5th edition of Business Challenge
The aim of the event is to encourage the development of business skills among high school students.
More younger patients diagnosed with colorectal cancer
The proportion of colorectal cancers diagnosed in younger individuals rose in urban areas, but not in rural areas.
India launches second Moon mission
India's space chief said his agency had "bounced back with flying colours" after the aborted first attempt.
Iran says it's nabbed 17 CIA spies, sentenced some to death
The CIA, State Department and White House didn't offer any immediate comment in response to CBS News inquiries.
Armenia expects first Russian Su-30 fighters in late 2019 or early 2020
Davit Tonoyan has revealed that the Russian Su-30SM fighter jets will arrive in Armenia in late 2019 or early 2020.
Armenia-EU agreement entering implementation stage: envoy
According to Ambassador Switalski, relations between Armenia and European Union are excellent now.
EU pledges "multi-million support" to help revamp Armenia's judiciary
The European Union has come up with a multi-million euro support to Armenia’s reforms in judiciary.
Shinzo Abe declares victory in Japan national elections
Abe has declared victory in elections with polls indicating his party has won a majority of seats in the House of Councillors.
Robert M. Morgenthau, longtime friend of Armenians, dies aged 99
He spent more than 3 decades jailing criminals from mob kingpins and drug-dealing killers to a tax-dodging Harvard dean.
Ukraine president's party set for big win in parliamentary elections
The exit polls only showed results for seats assigned by party lists, which represent half of the 450-member parliament.
Natalie Portman will star as female Thor in "Love and Thunder"
Marvel announced at Comic-Con that Portman would play a female Thor in the fourth installment of the franchise.
"Avengers: Endgame" tops "Avatar" to be highest grossing film ever
Feige announced the news at Comic Con, saying it would be a “matter of days” before Endgame became “the biggest film in history”.
Russia, Syria launch largest attack of year on militant stronghold
The Syrian and Russian forces launched their largest attack of the year over the key town of Khan Sheikhoun in Idlib.
Scientists make mice hallucinate by shining light into their brains
researchers believe they've found a way to make mice hallucinate without feeding them LSD or magic mushrooms.
Indoor smoking ban tied to heart attack decline in older adults
Heart attack rates dropped among older adults in Scotland in the decade after a nationwide indoor smoking ban took effect.
Rafael Arutyunyan to become U.S. citizen
Rafael Arutyunyan will be sworn in as new U.S. citizens, along with nearly 6,300 fellow immigrants.
OSCE wants Turkey to find authors of Armenian editor's murder
Desir said "more needs to be done" and expressed hope that "all others involved in this murder will face justice."
U.S. to deploy troops to Saudi Arabia
"King Salman gave his approval to host American forces,” a ministry spokesman was quoted as saying.
Cyprus completes ratification of new Armenia-EU agreement
The Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement will enter into force once all the 28 members of the EU ratify it.
Sergio Ramos fined €250,000 for illegally cutting down old trees
Football star Sergio Ramos has been slapped with a six-figure fine for chopping down centuries-old trees in Madrid.
Russian ground troops "not taking part in Idlib operation"
According to an officer, all reports claiming Russian ground troops are taking part in the Syrian Army’s operations are ‘lies’.
Armenia parliament speaker meets U.S. lawmakers in D.C.
The President of the Armenian National Assembly met the Members of U.S. Congress in Washington, D.C.
Weed-smoking parents are reportedly harsher disciplinarians
The study also found that marijuana users were more likely to control their kids than non-users.
UK lawmakers threaten to drag Queen Elizabeth into Brexit chaos
Members of the Conservative party are planning to go over the new Prime Minister's head and appeal directly to the Queen.
5.1 magnitude earthquake shakes Athens
Residents said the quake was strong but short, describing televisions shaking and objects falling from bookshelves.
Canada will pay $1 bn settlement for claims of sexual misconduct in army
The settlement reserves $900 million for both members of the class action lawsuits and current or former employees.
Top court: Netherlands partially responsible for Srebrenica massacre
"Dutchbat (Dutch battalion troops) acted unlawfully in the evacuation of 350 men," the court found.
Music "reportedly calms nerves before surgery as well as sedative
The song, written to reduce anxiety, blood pressure and heart rate, performed as well as a sedative in a study of 157 people.
WHO declares int'l emergency over Congo Ebola outbreak
This is only the fifth event to be labelled a “public health emergency of international concern” by the organisation.
Tutankhamun's coffin to be restored for first time since its discovery
Tutankhamun is one of the best known figures of Ancient Egypt, and now his coffin is getting some tender loving care.
Daily coffee doesn't affect cancer risk: study
Drinking coffee does not change a person's risk of being diagnosed with or dying from cancer, a new study has found.
Russian Air Force launches massive attack over Syria's Hama
The Russian Air Force has been launching hourly strikes over the northwestern region of Syria.
Aurora launches Ararat Challenge to support world's humanitarian needs
The crowdfunding campaign is aimed at supporting those in urgent need of basic humanitarian aid around the world.
Eight injured evacuating Armenia-bound plane at Moscow airport
As the crew informed airport authorities, the pilot taxied the plane off the runway before cutting the engines.
Armenia prioritizes protection of religious groups at key D.C. forum
Mnatsakanyan said protection of religious groups has been well-defined in the crime suppression international instruments.
Pashinyan hosts New South Wales Premier Berejiklian in Yerevan
"You are one of the most influential Armenian women in the world, and I am pleased to meet you,” Pashinyan said.
Serj Tankian invests in Patreon
By the end of 2019, Patreon expects to have paid out more than $1bn to its community of creators since its launch in 2013.
Parliament speaker meets members of Armenian organizations in D.C.
Mirzoyan met the representatives of the Armenian National Committee of America and the Armenian Assembly of America.
Research: Why women may be more likely to develop Alzheimer's
New research gives some biological clues to why women may be more likely than men to develop Alzheimer's disease
Iranian forces seize foreign oil tanker, crew
The seizure was the latest in a series of dramatic developments as tensions mount between the United States and Iran.
Russia says ready to discuss delivery of Su-35 fighters to Turkey
"If our Turkish colleagues express a desire, we are ready to work out deliveries of Su-35 fighter jets", Chemezov stated.
Broken heart syndrome linked with cancer: study
Broken heart syndrome occurs when the heart's main pumping chamber temporarily enlarges and doesn't pump well.
Turkish military convoy enters northern Hama: report
A Turkish military convoy has reportedly entered the northwestern region of Syria on July 18 morning.
40,000 capacity stadium in Yerevan draws $300 million investment
Gevorg Loretsyan has revealed that a national Stadium with a capacity of 35,000-40,000 will be built in Yerevan.
responsAbility, Ameriabank join forces for loan securitization project
The arranger and placement agent of the transaction is JP Morgan, while key investors in the vehicle include the OPIC.
Armenian musicians perform at Kusturica's Kustendorf festival
Armenian musicians have performed at the festival of Russian music Kustendorf Classic in the Serbian ethnical village of Drvengrad
Russian nuclear power plant switches off 3 units after short-circuit
The incident occurred at the Kalinin nuclear power plant in Tver region about 350 km northwest of Moscow.