Report: Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta puts Henrikh Mkhitaryan up for sale
Arsenal are ready to cash in on several first-team stars to raise funds for Mikel Arteta's rebuild.
Ernest Hemingway's published works littered with errors – study
A scholar said the works were crying out for editions that are “as accurate to what he wrote as possible.”
BBC: Iran cover-up of Covid-19 deaths revealed by data leak
The number of deaths from coronavirus in Iran is nearly triple what Iran's government claims.
Spain records 98% drop in tourism
Data showed that the total spend of international tourists visiting Spain in June decreased 98.6%.
Georgia reports two new coronavirus infections
The country has including 17 deaths and 959 recoveries since the beginning of the outbreak.
Italian study finds people can transmit coronavirus to pets
The study found coronavirus antibodies in 3.4% of dogs and 3.9% of cats, showing they were infected with the virus.
Construction of half-built house resumed in border Armenian village
In Aygepar, active work started two weeks ago to complete the construction of a half-built house.
Karabakh coronavirus cases reach 243
179 people have so far recovered from the disease in Karabakh, while 112 others are quarantined.
Rich nations are first in line for Covid-19 vaccines
The U.S., Britain, European Union and Japan have so far secured about 1.3 billion doses of potential vaccines.
Incident between Armenians and Azerbaijanis reported in Toronto
The Armenian Embassy said they strongly condemn the policy adopted by Azerbaijanis to incite incidents.
EU parliament group wants sanctions for Azeri human rights violators
S&D Group vice-president Kati Piri has reacted to unsettling developments on human rights in Azerbaijan.
Armenian Genocide film "The Promise" coming to Netflix on Aug 8
The war drama centers on a love story involving a medical student, a journalist, and an Armenian woman.
Armenia-Azerbaijan border situation remained calm overnight
Eight ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan – 95 shots overall – were registered on the border overnight.
Armenia: 111 Covid-19 recoveries, 8 deaths reported in past 24 hours
167,095 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
Global coronavirus cases surpass 18 million
Since the beginning of the outbreak, almost 690,000 people have died globally from Covid-19 complications.
Ameriabank giving out tours for exploring Armenia
The qualifying payments should be for at least AMD 5,000 or its equivalent in foreign currency.
150 ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan registered in past week
The Karabakh troops remained committed to the ceasefire to continue controlling the situation.
Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's death sentence overturned
Judge O. Rogeriee Thompson said the trial judge “fell short” in conducting the jury selection process.
Number of active Covid-19 cases in Armenia down by 24.5% in a month
The number of active coronavirus cases has dropped from 11,000 on July 1 to around 8300 on July 31.
Microsoft reportedly in talks to buy TikTok
Cfius is examining ByteDance’s purchase of Musical.ly, an app that eventually morphed to become TikTok.
High-tech Industry Minister unveils footage from Armenian UAV in action
The Armenian Minister has published a video of the flight of a strike drone manufactured in Armenia.
Apple tops Saudi Aramco as most valuable publicly listed company
Apple’s stock ended the session at $425.04, putting its market capitalization at $1.82 trillion.
RFE/RL: Azerbaijan's despotic ruler throws "tantrum" in crackdown on rivals
Սenior members of the largest opposition group, the Azerbaijan Popular Front Party have been rounded up.
Armenia: Covid-19 infections grow by 291 as 560 recover
165,656 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
Vietnam records first coronavirus deaths
Both of the patients who died had underlying health conditions, according to Vietnamese media.
Study: Armenia among Europe’s most affordable places for digital nomads
In Armenia, takeaway food and a pint of beer (around 0.6 liters) cost £4.18 and £1.00, respectively.
Belgium shows 62% weekly rise in Covid-19 infections
On average, 371 people a day are testing positive for Covid-19 and 24 people a day are being admitted to hospital.
Armenian Defense Minister asks Azeri President: When is "late"?
Defense Minister Davit Tonoyan is paying a working visit to Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh) on July 30-31.
Galaxy group of companies unveils 2019 tax and credit indicators
Galaxy has access to every third household in Armenia through its products and services.
Hong Kong drops restaurant dining ban after people forced to eat in streets
Social media were quickly swamped by photos of mostly blue-collar workers eating on pavements and parks
Karabakh reports four new coronavirus cases
167 people have so far recovered from the disease in Karabakh, while 119 others are quarantined.
Situation on Armenia-Azerbaijan border relatively calm overnight
14 ceasefire violations by the Azerbaijani side – 155 shots overall – were registered overnight.
After Starship test fire Elon Musk expects 150m hop "soon"
He said its new SN5 build completed a full duration static fire, and said a 150m test hop will happen “soon”.
First dog to test positive for Covid-19 in U.S. has died
Medical records reviewed by veterinarians not involved in his treatment indicate that Buddy likely had cancer.
Apple confirms new iPhones will arrive later than expected
Apple CFO Luca Maestri didn’t reveal why this year’s iPhone supply is delayed or constrained.
Armenia reports 354 new coronavirus cases, 631 recoveries
163,736 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
Armenia: 30 new conscripts have tested positive for Covid-19
Shushan Stepanyan said antibody tests are being used to detect active coronavirus cases in the Army.
All NBA players will be isolated at Disney World in Florida
For the next two-and-a-half months, the top basketball players in the US will all be residing at Disney World.
Armenian Defense Minister, Iranian envoy meet in Yerevan
Davit Tonoyan briefed the envoy on the recent escalation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border.
Report: Greece orders 50 Turkish drones
The company said two Proton Elic RB-128 drones sent to Greece successfully passed acceptance tests.
Global coronavirus cases surpass 17 million
Since the beginning of the outbreak, 667,000 people have died globally from Covid-19 complications.
Jordan summons Baku envoy over Azerbaijan's "astonishing" comments
The ministry expressed its "astonishment" to Rzayev over the summoning of the Jordanian ambassador.
Yerevan won't allow Turkish military inspectors in Armenia
Armenia will suspend military inspections by the Republic of Turkey and guest inspectors from Turkey
Armenia: Active Covid-19 cases drop below 9000
161,754 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
Guatemala burying dozens of unidentified Covid-19 dead
The government has reported more than 47,000 confirmed infections and more 1,800 deaths nationwide.
Azerbaijan randomly fired from Igla-S, Osa-AK systems overnight
15 ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan were registered throughout night, with 120 shots fired overall.
Armenia PM cautiously optimistic about coronavirus
Pashinyan said, however, that if authorities loosen control, the country could quickly return to the crisis.
FT: Moderna aims to price Covid-19 vaccine at $50-$60 per course
Moderna’s proposed price would apply to the United States and other high-income countries.
Bezos, Zuckerberg and Musk have made $115 billion in 2020
Billionaire tech entrepreneurs Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk have made $115 billion this year.
Nearly 3 billion animals killed or displaced by Australia fires
Devastating blazes in 2019 and 2020 described as one of the worst wildlife disasters in modern history.