Armenian Defense Minister traveling to Moscow
Armenian defense chief Davit Tonoyan is set to meet his Russian counterpart Sergey Shoigu in Moscow.
120 ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan registered in past week
The Karabakh soldiers continue holding the upper hand on the contact line and taking necessary steps to protect their positions.
U.S. issues warrant to seize Iranian Grace 1 oil tanker
The US Justice Department (DoJ) has issued a warrant for the seizure of the Iranian supertanker Grace 1.
Researcher decodes brain to help patients with mental illnesses
Mental illnesses cause the brain to have trouble dealing with effortful states, like focusing attention over long periods of time.
Fresno State to host panel on Western Armenian research
Armenian Studies Program Director Professor Barlow Der Mugrdechian will moderate the discussion.
Men with advanced dementia "more likely to be hospitalized"
Men are more likely to be hospitalized, physically restrained and receive invasive treatment than women in the last 30 days of life.
SOAD bassist still hopes the band will make new records
"We play live still, we tour; not as often as I would like to, but I am blessed for being able to still do it," says Shavo.
Lydian Armenia: Criminal case over hooliganism, arrogation launched
On August 14th 2019 the case was sent to Vayots Dzor Regional Investigation Department of the Investigative Committee.
Alexis Ohanian calling for paid paternity leave
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, who has Armenian roots, wants new fathers to take paternity leave.
Superintendent backs inclusion of Armenian Genocide in CA curriculum
Tony Thurmond has expressed his support for the inclusion of the Armenian Genocide in the ethnic studies model curriculum.
Artsakh Foreign Minister meets HALO Trust Program Manager
Artsakh Foreign Minister Masis Mayilian on August 16 hosted the newly appointed Artsakh Program Manager.
ICRC working to arrange meeting with Armenian soldier in Azerbaijan
Zara Amatuni from said the ICRC is continuing negotiations with relevant authorities to obtain permission to meet Ghazaryan.
Human-sized penguin used to live in New Zealand, new find suggests
The fossilised bones are of an animal thought to have been about 1.6m (5ft 3in) tall, weighing up to 80kg (176lb).
Armenian leader sends condolences over India floods
President Armen Sarkissian has sent a letter of condolences to his Indian counterpart Ram Nath Kovind.
Unai Emery should sell "frustrated" Henrikh Mkhitaryan: Nigel Winterburn
Mkhitaryan is a talented player but he’s going to struggle to hold down a regular position when everybody’s fit, Winterburn says.
Massive planet clashed into Jupiter when the gas giant was young
In addition to capturing stunning imagery, Juno has also uncovered surprising insight that only creates more questions.
ANCA endorses Andrew Romanoff in 2020 U.S. Senate Primary race
Romanoff has been "an unwavering champion" of the Armenian Cause and Colorado’s Armenian community for 17 years.
Pompeo once again urged to support Armenia with $140 mln grant
The grant would empower Armenia’s youth through a STEAM education program for the country’s public schools.
Turkish-Armenian lawmaker addresses Argentine Congress
"The same Genocide against the Armenians 105 years ago, could be repeated today against the Kurds," said Garo Paylan
One more village in rural Armenia getting LED street lighting system
A LED lights system will be installed to provide economic and environmental efficiency to the settlement.
Russian pilots hailed as heroes after emergency landing in cornfield
The plane landed in a cornfield, with its engines off and landing gear retracted, the agency added.
Doctors to recreate brain behavior with blood cells to find Alzheimer's cure
"Trying to find effective treatments to treat Alzheimer’s has been like a drought in the desert,” Allison Reiss, M.D. said.
Armenia ready to host 6th Starmus Festival, says President
Armenia is ready to host the sixth edition of the Starmus Festival, Sarkissian told people behind the event.
Bolton accuses Russia of stealing U.S. military technology
John Bolton has accused Russia of building hypersonic missiles based on stolen U.S. military technology.
British-Iranian anthropologist detained in Tehran
Kameel Ahmady was detained in Tehran, according to the New York-based Center for Human Rights in Iran.
Spending time with pets can aid older adults: study
Social isolation is becoming an increasingly common issue, with one in five Americans reporting they feel lonely
Syrian army captures another town in Idlib
The Syrian army captured Harsh Abdeen after advancing north of the town of Al-Hobeit in southern Idlib.
Armenia chocolate exports grow 30%
Pashinyan has revealed that export of chocolate from Armenia has grown by 30.3% in the first six months of 2019.
Lydian "relieved, heartened" as Amulsar report released
Sellers said: “It has been a tough year for many thousands of direct and indirect stakeholders in the Amulsar Project."
Levon Aronian clinches Saint Louis Rapid & Blitz victory
MVL ended up sharing second place with Yu Yangyi and Ding Liren, while world champion Magnus Carlsen finished sixth.
Facebook secretly transcribed users Messenger calls
Facebook has been paying hundreds of outside contractors to transcribe clips of audio from users of its services.
Living in cities bad as smoking 20 cigarettes a day
Breathing in air pollution is just as likely to bring on lung disease as smoking a daily pack of cigarettes for 29 years.
Marijuana may boost risky effects of drinking alcohol: research
Compared to people who only drank alcohol, those who used alcohol and marijuana were more likely to drink heavier and more often.
Preclinical research suggests anti-cancer effect of keto diet
It's well known that keeping blood glucose levels in check can help individuals avoid or manage diabetes.
Archaeologists uncover evidence of Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem
Archaeologists have uncovered evidence of the bloody Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem in the sixth century B.C.
Social media use may harm teens' mental health: study
Social media use has been linked to depression, but a study argues that the issue may be more complex than experts think.
Uruguay is an important, reliable partner for Armenia: Foreign Minister
Uruguay is a very important and reliable partner for Armenia, said Foreign Minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan.
Low vitamin D levels linked to sleep problems in people with Parkinson’s
Low vitamin D levels are associated with a greater tendency for falls, sleep problems, anxiety, and depression in people with Parkinson’s disease
Levon Aronian still leading Saint Louis Rapid event
A kin win over Aronian to close out the session leaves Maxime Vachier-Lagrave with a half point lead.
Ian Wright challenges Mkhitaryan, Ozil to do more for Arsenal
Wright said the playmakers do not provide anywhere near enough for the likes of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Russian Air Force launches massive attack on Syria's Kabani
the Russian Air Force is also retaliating for a recent missile on the Hmeimim Airport near the coastal city of Jableh.
"Shadows of 1915" centers on memories of Armenian Genocide
It’s a contradiction that continues to haunt the contemporary Armenian community, according to Burger.
Placido Domingo concert cancelled amid sexual harassment allegations
The October 6 show had been to mark Placido Domingo’s 50th anniversary with the San Francisco company.
U.S. blacklists two Armenian entities for business ties with Iranian firm
The United States Department of Commerce has blacklisted two Armenian entities, according to a notice.
U.S. court makes wrong decision on Armenian demands: publisher
The first lawsuit was filed in December 2010 by Alex Bakalian, Anais Haroutunian, and Rita Mahdessian.
VivaCell-MTS, Fuller Center help family in Gyumri build their home
Volunteer teams from VivaCell-MTS and the Fuller Center for Housing Armenia have visited Gyumri to support another family.
H&M, Zara closing stores to boost e-commerce
After closing about 140 stores last year, H&M has revised down its plans for store openings this year from a net 175 worldwide to 130.
New dinosaur species discovered in South Africa
A previously discovered dinosaur skull has now been categorised as an entirely new species of dinosaur.
Measles cases have tripled globally, warns WHO
These numbers are "the highest (registered) since 2006," WHO spokesman Christian Lindmeier told reporters in Geneva.
Negative memory storage affects depression symptoms
Physical manifestations of negative memories in the hippocampus could underlie cognitive symptoms of depression