CSTO holding emergency meeting amid Armenia-Azerbaijan border unrest
The CSTO will hold an emergency meeting to discuss the recent fighting along the Armenian-Azerbaijani border.
Pashinyan: No provocation from Azerbaijan will remain unanswered
Nikol Pashinyan has declared that not a single provocation from Azerbaijan will remain unanswered.
Armenia extends state of emergency for fourth time
Armenians are now required to wear masks when leaving their homes and in public areas.
Armenian forces will respond to Azerbaijani provocations "as needed"
Davit Tonoyan spoke to the Personal Representative of the OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Andrzej Kasprzyk
Armenia: Covid-19 infections grow by 182 as 232 recover
135,687 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
Two Armenian police officers injured in Azerbaijan's fire
Police troops have been on combat duty in the province of Tavush since August 2018.
Armenia: Responsibility for provocations rests with Azerbaijan
The Armenian Foreign Minister is in constant contact with the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs․
Azerbaijan resumes shelling of Armenian positions
A Defense Ministry spokeswoman revealed that the Armenian side has suffered no casualties.
Azerbaijan opens artillery fire against Armenia, reports casualties
After the Armenian side fired warning shots, the Azerbaijani servicemen left the car and returned to their position.
Armenia reports 557 new coronavirus cases, 214 recoveries
134,989 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
Bill Gates: Pandemic could slow the fight against other diseases
He said disruptions could prevent hundreds of thousands of people from getting the treatments they need.
U.S. State Dept. "disappointed" by Hagia Sophia conversion into mosque
The building is an important part of the ‘Historic Sites of Istanbul’ UNESCO World Heritage Site
Eminem slams non-mask wearers on fresh rap track
"The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady" is the first time the two rappers have joined forces.
150 ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan registered in past week
The Karabakh troops remained committed to the ceasefire to continue controlling the situation.
Venice's flood defence system fully tested for first time
The Italian prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, has activated the 78 mobile barriers of the Mose dam.
Trump confirms U.S. cyberattack on Russia in 2018
Asked whether he had launched the attack, U.S. President Donald Trump replied: “Correct.”
Turkish-Armenian MP regrets Hagia Sophia conversion into mosque
Paylan said Hagia Sophia was a symbol of Turkey's rich history, and that its dome was big enough for all.
French bus driver beaten to death by passengers over face masks
His death has sparked tributes from political leaders who condemned his "cowardly" attackers.
Armenia coronavirus infections, death toll continue to rise
133,104 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
A plasma shot could prevent coronavirus, scientists say
The technology has been proven effective in preventing other diseases such as hepatitis A.
Football: Armenia meeting Kuwait for a friendly on November 11
The Armenian team will also meet Albania's for another friendly in Yerevan on October 7.
Trump on Kanye's presidential run: "He is always going to be for us"
Trump brushed off comments that West made earlier this week, saying that he is taking the red hat off․
Kazakhstan denies reports of "pneumonia deadlier than coronavirus"
Kazakhstan’s healthcare ministry branded media reports based on the embassy statement as “fake news”.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan handed one-match suspension
Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan will miss Roma's upcoming fixture against Brescia on July 10.
U.S. records highest daily rise in Covid-19 cases
There are at least 3,115,345 cases in the U.S. and more than 133,000 people have died from the virus.
Study։ Pregnant women may be able to transmit Covid-19 to their babies
Just two of the infants in the sample examined by Italian researchers tested positive for the virus
Karabakh coronavirus cases reach 146
116 people have so far recovered from the disease in Karabakh, while 77 others are quarantined.
U.S. House panel backs Artsakh demining aid
The report indirectly calls for continued USAID funding for humanitarian demining in Artsakh.
AP: Catholic Church in U.S. lobbied, won $1.4b in virus aid
Many millions went to dioceses that have paid huge settlements or sought bankruptcy protection.
Italy bans Armenian citizens' entry due to coronavirus fears
The ban affects anyone who has stayed in or travelled through these countries in the last 14 days.
Armenia reports 557 coronavirus cases, 709 recoveries
131,216 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
Colorado Governor signs Genocide education bill into law
The law mandates the teaching of the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust, among other cases of genocide.
WHO: Health effects of Covid-19 go far beyond the virus
The pandemic is affecting areas such as vaccinations for children, medication for diseases, world hunger.
Police search for Seoul mayor after his daughter reports him missing
Mr. Park, 64, canceled his official schedule for Thursday and called in sick to City Hall.
Hospital at heart of Italy's Covid-19 outbreak reports no positive cases
Italy was one of the first countries in Europe to report coronavirus cases and became one of the hardest hit.
Final Terry Pratchett stories will be published in September
The stories appeared in the Bucks Free Press and Western Daily Press in the 60s and early 70s.
Armenia: Gagik Tsarukyan's casino license revoked
Shangri La has not paid a quarter of the state fee for the second quarter of 2020, a report says.
Researchers: Cloth masks don't work as well as medical-grade versions
The researchers from Sydney, Australia, said their results showed cloth versions don’t work as well.
Viva-MTS, FPWC prioritize energy-efficient technologies
The companies continue the installation of energy-efficient systems in the remote settlements of Armenia.
Spokesperson: Armenophobia is the last line of defense of Aliyev’s power
An Armenian Foreign Ministry spokesperson has commented on Azerbaijani President's remarks.
Armenia coronavirus cases surpass 30,000, recoveries hit 18,000
129,166 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
Global coronavirus cases surpass 12 million
Since the beginning of the outbreak, almost 550,000 people have died from Covid-19 complications.
Report: Samsung won’t include chargers with some phones from 2021
Samsung may not include chargers in the boxes of some of its smartphones starting in 2021.
A fifth of U.S. adults moved due to Covid-19 or know someone who did
Millions of Americans relocated this year because of the COVID-19 outbreak, according to a Pew Research Center survey.
WHO chief says Covid-19 pandemic peak still to come
Some 400,000 new cases of Covid-19 were reported over the weekend and the coronavirus pandemic shows no sign of slowing down.
US reports more than 60,000 cases, its highest single day count
The total number of cases in the U.S. has neared three million, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Pompeo says U.S. "looking at" banning TikTok
Pompeo said "we're certainly looking at it" when it comes to banning TikTok and other Chinese apps.
Rowling, Kasparov among 150 public figures warning over free speech
They say they applaud a recent "needed reckoning" on racial justice, but argue it has fuelled stifling of open debate.
Greek parliament ratifies Armenia–EU agreement
The agreement was approved on July 7, two weeks after entering the Greek parliament.
Demonstrators demand Serbian President resign after lockdown issued
Several thousand people gathered in front of the parliament in Belgrade's central square.