Human heart muscles cells behave differently in space: study
Heart muscle cells show changes in the way they operate in space, although they behave normally after returning to the Earth.
Russia says ready to help normalize Armenia-Turkey ties
Moscow is ready to contribute to the normalization of relations between Armenia and Turkey, said Sergey Lavrov.
Lifetime risk of cancer has been overstated: research
The method used by the AIHW only takes into account a person’s risk of dying from cancer, not any other causes.
Scientists discover genetic predisposition to taste food differently
Unfortunately, being a super-taster doesn't make everything taste better. In fact, it can do the opposite.
Lavrov: Conflict can’t be solved with consent of Karabakh people
Without the consent of the people of Nagorno Karabakh, it will not be possible to reach any agreements, Lavrov said.
Iranian governor wants deeper trade-economic ties with Armenia
The Governor General of Mazandaran province has called for the expansion of trade-economic ties.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan set to return after injury break: media
Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan will return after being out several weeks due to an injury.
Vitamin E acetate may be to blame for U.S. vaping illness deaths
Vitamin E acetate may be to blame for a U.S. outbreak of e-cigarette-related lung injuries that's linked to dozens of deaths.
Armenians feel as safe as the Swiss, new Gallup poll says
Armenians and the Swiss said they feel equally safe walking alone in their area at night, according to to the Index.
Iran has discovered vast oil field with 53 billion barrels of crude: Rouhani
It would be Iran's second largest oil field, behind one in Ahvaz containing an estimated 65 billion barrels.
Azerbaijanis protest against Artsakh flag in front of Toronto City Hall
The rally was organised by the Azebaijani community of Ontario. The protesters were chanting anti-Armenian slogans.
Mercury to pass between the Earth and the Sun on November 11
The transit begins at 1235 GMT, when the edge of Mercury appears to touch the edge of the Sun.
Armenia PM to make two-day working trip to France
Pashinyan will then visit the International Organization of the Francophonie to meet the IFC Secretary General.
Tel Abyad Armenian church opens for worship
Turkey has restored an Armenian Orthodox Church that was used by the People's Protection Units as a military base.
DC Police urged to protect protesters' rights during Erdogan visit
The ANCA is encouraging legislators to sign the letter, which will be forwarded to the DC Police and State Department.
Pashinyan: International investors interested in Armenia
The international press continues praising the Armenian government's economic policy and reforms, Nikol Pashinyan said.
200 ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan registered in past week
The Karabakh soldiers continue controlling the situation on the contact line and protecting their positions.
Erdoğan claims Trump offered to call Armenian Genocide a "war"
Erdogan said Turkey "had grown tired of being threatened with the Armenian issue by the United States."
Georgia far-right stages protest at gay film premiere
Protesters, gathered outside the Amirani cinema in the capital Tbilisi, chanted "Long live Georgia!" and "Shame!"
Trump could attend Russia's Victory Day parade
"It is right in the middle of political season, so I’ll see if I can do it, but I would love to go if I could,” Trump said.
Several rockets land near U.S. base in Iraq: report
Because the barrage only landed near the base, it did not result in any injuries or significant damage
Reuters: Armenia economic reforms appeal to yield-hungry investors
After peaceful protests last year, "Armenia's economy is growing faster than oil-rich Azerbaijan next door."
Turkey using Interpol to track down dissidents
Turkey is making extensive use of Interpol to issue arrest warrants and gather information about Turkish citizens in Germany.
E-cigarettes don't increase teen smoking chances, study says
The study calls into question earlier research that has linked electronic cigarettes to traditional smoking
Gene editing tool fights cancer, shows early study
For the first time in the United States, the gene editing tool known as CRISPR has been employed to fight cancer.
Lavrov expected in Armenia on November 10-11
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will pay an official visit to Armenia on November 10-11.
Armenian scientist helps solve proton radius puzzle
The result, published in Nature, is one of the most precise measured from electron-scattering experiments.
Iran under domestic pressure to abandon nuclear treaty: envoy
Baeidinejad said it was government policy to remain in the treaty but there were growing calls to pull out next year.
Trump ordered to pay $2 mln for misusing own charity foundation
Trump used money donated by veterans to the now-dissolved Donald J. Trump Foundation to further his election campaign.
Greek President's Armenian Genocide comments anger Turkey
Turkish Foreign Ministry has complained about the comments Prokopis Pavlopoulos made about the Armenian Genocide.
VivaCell-MTS's Kids Club service offers hundreds of premium games
VivaCell-MTS has introduced Kids Club, a service offering hundreds of premium games designed for children.
Disney pushing Robert Downey Jr. for "Endgame" Oscar nomination
Disney has updated its For Your Consideration list to include not Downey Jr., but also plenty of other Avengers.
Millennials face health challenges earlier than Gen-Xers
Millennials may love avocados, Fitbits, and booze-free cocktails, but that doesn’t mean they’re healthy.
Passenger traffic in Armenian airports grew 16.5% in October
The two Armenian airports served 298,300 people in October, up by 12.6% against the same period last year.
Deadly 5.8 magnitude earthquake hits Iran; Tremors felt in Armenia too
The quake was felt in Armenia, particularly in the southern province bordering Iran and as far north as in Yerevan.
UN votes to end US embargo on Cuba for the 28th consecutive year
“Like all nations, we get to choose which countries we trade with. This is our sovereign right,” Kelly Craft said.
SDF: Turkey used "internationally banned weapons" in northern Syria
Turkish forces used “internationally banned weapons” against “more than 30 civilians including children.”
Historic Armenian monuments were obliterated in Azerbaijan: LA Times
Today not a single statuesque sandstone sculpture stands at Djulfa, in the remote Nakhichevan region of Azerbaijan.
14th International Microelectronics Olympiad wraps in Armenia
The final stage of the 14th Int'l Microelectronics Olympiad took place at the Synopsys Armenia Education Department.
Skeleton found in Russia believed to be one of Napoleon's generals
A one-legged skeleton unearthed by a team of archaeologists is believed to be Charles-Etienne Gudin.
France's Macron questions U.S. commitment to NATO
“What we are currently experiencing is the brain death of NATO,” Macron was quoted as saying.
Vaping may be as bad for the heart as smoking: research
The team found, like with smoking, it increases blood pressure, heart rate, stiffness of the arteries and inflammation.
Artsakh President begins Belgium visit
Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh) President Bako Sahakyan landed in Belgium with a working visit on November 7 .
Yerevan: Students stage sit-in to demand Minister’s resignation
YSU students are staging a sit-in in front of the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport.
Menendez strongly urges Senate to pass Armenian Genocide resolution
Menendez strongly urged the Senate to pass a resolution on the recognition of the Armenian Genocide.
Iran has "military advantage over U.S. in Middle East"
The Int'l Institute for Strategic Studies concludes Iran’s “third party capability” has become Tehran’s weapon of choice.
Diminished taste function in cancer patients linked with reduced appetite
For many cancer patients, this simple pleasure can be lost due to the disease itself or the side effects from treatment.
OSCE Chairman, Minsk Group co-chairs discuss Karabakh settlement
Personal Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office Andrzej Kasprzyk was also attending the meeting.
Italy making climate change studies compulsory at schools
From next year, Italian school students in every grade will be required to study climate change and sustainability.
Lord Ara Darzi urges UK to recognize Armenian Genocide
Lord Ara Darzi has urged the United Kingdom to follow the United States' lead and recognize the Armenian Genocide.