Azeri troops shell Armenian border villages on September 1
The village chief said that an interstate highway that runs past the village school came under fire, disrupting September 1 celebrations.
Baku: Mkhitaryan coming to Azerbaijan as part of Borussia
Earlier, Azeri media speculated whether Mkhitaryan, who has visited Nagorno Karabakh a number of times could be denied a visa.
Iranian bank to finance construction of 3rd Armenia-Iran transmission line
According to Executive Director Ali Saleh Abadi, the bank will allocate €83 million to complete the project.
Investigation into Armenian magnate’s case extended till November
Another case was initiated against Hayrapetyan, with the latter accused of involvement in Ural Rakhimov's illegal sale of Bashneft to AFC System.
Libertines announce UK club shows after storming Reading & Leeds Fest
They're also rumoured for a show at the Dublin Castle in Camden as part of their 'Somewhere Over The Railings' events in London.
Black Veil Brides frontman working with Patrick Stump on solo record
Andy Biersack took to Instagram to inform fans that he was collaborating with a number of special guests, including the Fall Out Boy singer.
Google brings Android Wear support to iPhone
Google confirmed that Motorola smartwatches will work with iPhones in the future, hinting at compatibility with the forthcoming Moto 360 2.
China-based Internet entrepreneurs team for Tesla rival NextEV
Among the Chinese tech companies that are considering investments in electric car ventures are Alibaba and Xiaomi Technology.
Second suspect in deadly Bangkok bombing arrested
Earlier, Thai police issued arrest warrants for two suspects - a 26-year-old Thai Muslim woman, Wanna Suansan, and an unnamed foreign man.
Azeri troops violate ceasefire, use 107mm rocket launcher
The Armenian armed forces continue controlling the situation at contact line and take retaliatory measures, silencing the attacks.
Netflix drops thousands of movies in U.S
Netflix, which has more than 60 million subscribers worldwide, said it wanted to focus on exclusive content.
Eddie Murphy, Oprah Winfrey join stellar cast of Richard Pryor bio
Richard was one of the most important and influential stand-up comedians responsible for changing the face of stand-up comedy forever.
Private transfers to Armenia drop by 31% in 7 months
Private remittances to Armenia amounted to $137.1 million in July 2015, against $197.4 million in the same period of last year.
Japan's nuke forecast gloomy despite reactor restart: Reuters analysis
Legal challenges from local residents have hit all atomic plants, preventing Kansai Electric Power to restart four reactors.
“Go With Me,” “Youth,” among San Diego Film Fest line-up
The five day event will run from September 30 through October 4, featuring 87 films screened at the Reading Theater.
Stephen King adaptation “Under the Dome” canceled after Season 3
The current season is averaging 4.9 million in total viewers although it remains among higher-rated scripted shows.
Hillary Clinton's ratings affected amid release of censored e-mails
The State Dept. said about 150 of the messages had to be censored because they contained information considered to be classified.
Armenia's Defense Minister: situation at contact line under control
“Peace-building issues are always expected to be focused on at every stage of talks,” Ohanyan said referring to the MG Co-chairs' meeting.
One of the last remaining survivors of Genocide dies at 101
Her story captured the attention of Robert Fisk who featured her story in an edition of the London-based The Independent.
Turkish police raid offices of media group close to Erdogan critic Gulen
Erdogan accuses Gullen of establishing a parallel structure in the state through his supporters in the judiciary, police and other institutions.
“Awakenings” author, famed neurologist Oliver Sacks dies at 82
The movie version of the book starred Robert De Niro and Robin Williams, and was nominated for three Academy Awards.
Nicholas Hoult to topline "Rebel in the Rye" J.D. Salinger biopic
The movie will explore the life and mind of the secretive author and tell the story of the birth of "Catcher in the Rye".
BlackBerry Android phone leak shows off retractable keyboard
The phone is expected to combine touchscreen functionality with BlackBerry's signature physical keys.
Google's Nexus 8 tablet pic “leaks online”
Google is expected to announce the tablet next month alongside Nexus smartphones from Huawei and LG.
Trainloads of migrants arrive in Germany as EU asylum rules collapse
As migrants continued to arrive from the east, authorities let thousands of undocumented people travel on towards Germany.
Prominent Armenian benefactor Vahak Hovnanian dies at 81
A lover of “all things Armenian,” Hovnanian dedicated himself to supporting and preserving Armenian culture and heritage.
UN confirms Palmyra’s Temple of Bel destroyed
There had been earlier reports of an explosion at the Temple of Bel in Palmyra, which is held by militants from the Islamic State (IS) group.
Yen, euro edge higher as equities retreat
The euro rose 0.5 percent to $1.1263, extending its recovery from last week's one-week low of $1.1156.
Thai woman wanted for deadly Bangkok bombing said to be in Turkey
Police issued an arrest warrant for her, as she was listed as having rented an apartment where bomb-making materials were found.
Vatican beatifies Catholic bishop murdered during Genocide
Bishop Michael Melki was a Syrian Catholic cleric martyred during the 1915 Armenian Genocide for refusing to convert to Islam.
“Concussion” sports drama trailer features Will Smith
The film tells the real-life story of Dr. Bennet Omalu, the man who first discovered the link between football injuries and early-onset dementia.
China to open high-speed rail line to North Korean border
The line, under construction since 2010, will run 207 km and will shorten the train journey from 3 1/2 hours to just over one hour.
Davutoglu: Azeri borders safe as long as Baku has Turkey's support
“We are always together. Azerbaijan’s holidays are our holidays, and vice versa,” PM Ahmet Davutoglu told reporters.
Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr. in "Captain America: Civil War" teaser
Directed by the Russo brothers, "Civil War" is scheduled to open in North American theaters on May 6, 2016.
100 police injured in Ukraine's Kiev protest blast after MPs vote
MPs had just voted in a rowdy session to approve more powers in areas of Donetsk and Luhansk under control of pro-Russian rebels.
Armenia’s foreign trade turnover drops by 19.9% in 7 months
Armenia’s exports totaled $847 million, up 0,1% from last year, while the imports amounted to $1,810 million, dropping by 26,7%.
“Argo” star Chris Messina joins Ben Affleck in “Live By Night”
Best known for “The Mindy Project,” Messina can currently be seen in Joe Swanberg‘s “Digging For Fire.”
Martin Scorsese's "The Audition" yanked off Venice Film Fest
"The Audition" will star such A-listers as Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Robert De Niro. It's scripted by Oscar nominee Terence Winter.
Apple TV 4 pricing, availability, product lineup plans emerge
Apple’s next-generation Apple TV will include Siri support, a new remote control, a refreshed user interface and an App Store.
Facebook works on tool to identify unauthorized video postings
Facebook said the new matching technology is a work in progress and plans to coordinate with partners to improve it over time.
Metallica deliver epic headline set at Reading Festival
Rob Trujillo's seemingly never ending bass solo baffled many, but true highlights included a laser show and fitting tribute to fallen troops.
LOT Polish Airlines returns to Armenian market
LOT Polish Airlines suspended flights to Yerevan on July 1, 2015 for purposes of restructuring its schedule.
Disturbed's "Immortalized" lands atop of Billboard 200
The album follows their previous efforts including "Asylum", "Indestructible", "Ten Thousand Fists" and "Believe".
Istanbul to host new Armenian school opening Sept 28
Currently, there are 22 minority schools In Istanbul: five of them are Greek, one is Jewish, and the remaining 16 are Armenian.
Singapore lifts two-decade ban on HIV-positive visitors
The three-month restriction is aimed at preventing long-term residence by foreigners, looking to work in the island-nation.
Titanic's last lunch menu going to auction
The online auctioneer Lion Heart Autographs is offering the menu and two other previously unknown artifacts from Lifeboat 1.
Saudi-led air strike leaves 36 Yemeni civilians dead
More than 4,300 people have been killed in five months of war in Yemen while disease and suffering in the already impoverished country have spread.
Italy's Eni says found huge gas field off Egyptian coast
Eni's find follows other significant gas discoveries in the Mediterranean in recent years, including by Egypt's neighbour Israel.
Legendary horror maestro Wes Craven dies at 76
Craven directed the first installment of "A Nightmare on Elm Street" (1984) which starred Johnny Depp.
Armie Hammer joins Jake Gyllenhaal in Tom Ford’s “Nocturnal Animals”
The story tells of a woman who receives a book manuscript from her ex-husband, a man whom she left 20 years earlier, asking for her opinion.