140 ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan registered in past week
The Karabakh soldiers took measures to silence the rival and continue controlling the situation on the contact line.
Billionaires didn't donate money to rebuild Notre Dame
It's been mainly American and French citizens, via charitable foundations at Notre Dame, that have footed the bills.
German lawmaker says Armenia is on right path to judicial reforms
Nikol Pashinyan on June 14 hosted a delegation led by German Bundestag Vice President Thomas Oppermann
Maine lawmaker with Armenian roots to run for Congress seat
She will likely launch her campaign shortly after the close of the state’s legislative session on June 19.
Apple registers 7 Mac notebooks in Eurasian database
The 12-inch MacBook is certainly long overdue for an update, having been last refreshed in June 2017.
Armenia's Levon Aronian shares 2nd-3rd spots at Norway Chess
Carlsen secured victory in the penultimate round of the event, ultimately collecting 13.5 points throughout the tournament.
Exiled Turkish journalist reunited with family in Germany after 3 years
Can Dundar, the former editor-in-chief of the main opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet, fled to Germany in 2016.
Russian air force bombs militant high command meeting in Syria's Idlib
The report said the Russian Air Force, along with their Syrian partners, bombed Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham’s high command.
Hidden brain signals behind working memory identified
Making a specific type of brain pattern last longer improves short-term memory in rats, a new study finds.
Israeli jets hit Gaza "after rocket fire into Israel"
The seminary was empty at the time of the attack as students had left to celebrate the Jewish Sabbath with their families.
Assange to face extradition hearing in 2020
Ben Brandon said the case "related to one of the largest compromises of confidential information in the history of the United States".
First-ever Armenian-language TV station launches in Turkey
Turkey's first Armenian-language television station has hit the airwaves, according to the journalist spearheading the project.
Iran denies tankers attack in Gulf of Oman
Iran dismissed as "baseless" accusations that it carried out twin attacks that left two tankers ablaze in the Gulf of Oman.
Two-hour "dose" of nature significantly boosts health, study finds
The finding is based on interviews with 20,000 people in England about their activity in the previous week.
Armenia climb nine notches in latest FIFA ranking
Armenia have climbed nine notches to take the 97th spot in the latest FIFA ranking published on June 14.
VivaCell-MTS, FPWC work for better infrastructure in rural Armenia
VivaCell-MTS and the FPWC continue the partnership for addressing important problems in remote regions of Armenia.
Brain disease linked to lychee toxins kills almost 50 children in India
47 children have died in northern India over the past three weeks from a brain disease that has been linked to toxins in lychees.
Kim Kardashian promotes prisoner reentry effort at White House
Kardashian returned to the White House to help Trump promote efforts to help those leaving prison get jobs and stay on track.
Armenian, Azerbaijani Foreign Ministers will meet in D.C. June 20
The next meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan is scheduled to take place in Washington D.C. on June 20
Mogherini describes relations with Armenia as "excellent"
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini has described relations between the bloc and Armenia as "excellent."
Fathers' smoking during pregnancy tied to asthma in kids
The study offers fresh evidence that it’s not just a pregnant mother’s smoking that can cause harm.
Rep Speier rallies support for $40 mln more appropriation for Armenia
Speier spoke about Armenia's "Velvet Revolution" during House consideration of the Fiscal Year 2020 Foreign Aid Bill.
Russia bombs militant base with coordinates from Turkey
The Russian Air Force, with coordinates from their Turkish partners, launched the attack on the western countryside of Idlib.
Changing your meat-eating habits could mean a longer life: study
Evidence continues to suggest that eating too much red meat -- such as bacon and hot dogs -- is linked with health problems.
Epilepsy drugs linked to higher risk of birth defects in new study
Two medicines used to control epileptic seizures are associated with an increased risk of birth defects.
Abe says Iran has "no intentions" to make, use nuclear weapons
Abe met Khamenei on June 13 during a trip to Iran in an attempt to ease tensions between the Islamic republic and the US.
Alzheimer’s vaccine may be heading for clinical trials
“I really wanted to take this as a challenge to see if we could develop any sort of treatment,” says Kiran Bhaskar.
Most meat won’t come from animals by 2040: report
The report, based on expert interviews, highlights the heavy environmental impacts of conventional meat production.
Earliest evidence for cannabis use discovered in ancient tombs
Cannabis plants and seeds have been identified at other archaeological sites from the same general region and time period
New laser can destroy cancer cells circulating in the blood
Researchers have long attempted to look at CTCs as a way of understanding the risk of metastasis in patients.
UK signs order for Julian Assange to be extradited to U.S.
UK home secretary Sajid Javid said he has signed a request for Julian Assange to be extradited to the U.S.
Armenia's Lake Sevan a top destination for travelers
Lake Sevan in Armenia is included in the list of the 5 best resorts that are popular for summer holidays among Russians.
EU will extend Russia sanctions for another year
EU leaders will prolong economic sanctions against Russia, which mainly target the country's energy and banking sectors.
Lawyer had to defend Armenian fictional characters in Turkish court
She was acquitted (and the penal code on which her case was based has been amended since, though not sufficiently).
Turkey's pro-Kurdish HDP submits queries on Armenian woman's attack
HDP lawmaker Hüda Kaya submitted a series of written inquiries in parliament to Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu.
Armenia improves standing in Global Peace Index
Armenia was ranked 118th among 163 countries in the 2019 Global Peace Index published by the Institute for Economics and Peace.
Militants launch big assault to expel Syrian army from SW Idlib
The militants began their attack by storming the Syrian Arab Army’s defenses at the town of Qasabiyah.
Pallone challenges barriers to U.S.-Artsakh travel and communication
We must remain committed to strengthening the ceasefire in Nagorno Karabakh, removing barriers to dialogue, he said.
Lovelorn fish suffer from heartache when separated: study
The tiny Central American convict cichlid may only be a few centimetres long but it's a fish with a big heart.
Missile hits Saudi Arabia airport, injuring 26: official
Eighteen people were treated at Abha International Airport for minor injuries and another eight were taken to hospital.
Golden Apricot 16th International Film Festival to kick off July 7
The organizers of the event have presented to the journalists the official poster of the film festival.
Fifth of people living in war zones have a mental illness
One in five people in war zones has depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia.
Hong Kong police use rubber bullets, tear gas to disperse protesters
Violent clashes broke out in Hong Kong on June 12 as police tried to stop protesters storming the city's parliament.
Georgia joining Azerbaijan and Turkey's military drills
Georgian Defense Minister Levan Izoria has revealed that Georgia will be joining Azerbaijan and Turkey's military drills.
Pashinyan hails exemplary Armenia-Russia relations in letter to Putin
Nikol Pashinyan has sent messages to Russian President Vladimir Putin and PM Dmitry Medvedev on Russia's Day.
Russia says will deliver S-400 missiles to Turkey in July
Russia said on Tuesday, June 11 it plans to deliver its S-400 missile defense systems to Turkey in July.
Parents' lenient attitudes lead to greater alcohol use among kinds
Alcohol use is one of the biggest risk factors for social and physical harm and has been linked to the development of diseases.
Azerbaijan used sniper rifles, grenade launchers on contact line
The Artsakh Defense Ministry has refuted disinformation disseminated by Azerbaijan and is calling for refraining from provocations.
Arsen Babajanyan's "Goodbye, Bird" chamber opera to debut in Munich
The premiere of Armenian composer Arsen Babajanyan's "Goodbye, Bird" is scheduled for February 2020 in Munich.
Drug to replace chemotherapy may reshape cancer care
Daiichi’s treatment has been seen to double survival time for advanced breast cancer patients to 20 months from 10.