Karabakh soldier killed in Azerbaijani fire
On March 28, Nagorno Karabakh soldier Artak Rafayelyan (b. 1997) received a fatal gunshot wound in an Azerbaijani attack.
Alternative Energy Project brings outdoor lighting to Armenian villages
An outdoor lighting system, consisting of 65 LED lamps, has been installed in Horbategh community of Vayots Dzor.
Iconic Chinese artist Ai Weiwei to build fences in New York
A champion of refugees and migrants, Ai is calling his new large-scale conceptual installation "Good Fences Make Good Neighbors."
Facebook adds camera features to its smartphone app
Facebook will allow users to get to the app's camera with one swipe of their finger and then add visual details like a rainbow.
100-kilo gold coin "Big Maple Leaf" stolen from Berlin's Bode museum
Bode Museum gave the face value of the coin at $1 million (920,000 euros), though the market price of 100 kg of gold is around $4 million.
Iran oil minister says deal on global oil cuts likely to be extended
Asked whether Iran would be ready to cut its own output, he said: "I think it is necessary that all members comply with their commitments."
Comedienne Sarah Silverman heads to Hulu with “I Love You, America”
The series, from Funny or Die, will have Silverman discuss the current political and emotional landscape of the country.
AI to be main way banks interact with customers in 3 years: report
Four in five bankers believe AI will "revolutionise" the way in which banks gather information as well as how they interact with their clients.
Miles Teller cast in Nicolas Winding Refn’s “Too Old to Die Young”
The series explores the criminal underbelly of Los Angeles by following killers’ existential journeys in becoming samurai.
Ameriabank unveils Drops app for automated payments
Drops commercial director Ashot Mesropyan said that the number organizations represented in the app will grow.
Tsarukyan bloc pledges to attract $15 bn once winning Armenia elections
According to him, the bloc will first implement the 15 points on its program and then pass on to attracting investments in various sectors.
Phoenix announce their first world tour since 2014
The French band will tour North America through May and June, before playing festival dates in mainland Europe in July and hitting Asia in August.
Queens Of The Stone Age have “just finished” their new album
The band are gearing up to hit the road for a number of tour dates this summer, having been working on their new record on and off since last summer.
France’s TF1 nabs “Downton Abbey” star Joanne Froggatt’s “Liar”
Froggatt stars alongside Ioan Gruffudd in a story of a night that changes the lives of their characters, Laura Nielson and Andrew Earlham, forever.
U.S. Congressman demands U.S. recognition of Armenian Genocide
"America denounce all crimes against humanity, if we are to live up to our moral and historic responsibility," Schiff said.
George Clooney’s “Suburbicon” gets award season release
The movie will be set in the quiet family town of “Suburbicon,” where the best and worst of humanity is reflected through the deeds of seemingly ordinary people.
Ryan Gosling’s “Blade Runner 2049” reveals new footage at CinemaCon
It shows a better look at apocalyptic Los Angeles and Las Vegas, which are packed with snow, dust storms and androids.
Idris Elba, Matthew McConaughey in “The Dark Tower” 1st footage
The movie follows The Gunslinger (Elba) who attempts to reach the mythical Dark Tower to save dying Mid-World.
Scientists hack a human cell, reprogram it like a computer
With further development, this could lead to cells capable of responding to specific directions or environmental cues in order to fight disease.
Uber resumes self-driving car tests after Arizona crash
After launching in Pittsburgh in Sept, Uber moved into San Francisco in Dec, but refused to apply for the proper autonomous driving permits.
Armenia’s basketball team to participate in World Cup qualifiers
The secretary general said that new coach Niksha Bavtsevich will get acquainted with basketball players in the summer.
MakeVR turns the HTC Vive into a virtual design tool
The app interface resembles a studio where you can do hands-on work with the controllers.
Intel rolls out extra-fast 3D storage for consumer market
The chip maker has introduced Optane modules designed to boost the performance of your desktop PC.
Armenia elections: Race for parliamentary seats heats up
If party ratings are calculated based on support for candidates in each district, the Republican Party of Armenia comes out on top.
Scientists turn spinach into a farm for human heart cells
Existing approaches to generating heart cells, such as 3D printing, aren't good at replicating the complex network of veins needed to grow cells.
Germany warns Turkish residents over surveillance from Ankara: report
Turkey's spy agency has identified hundreds of alleged supporters of Fethullah Gülen living in Germany, a report said.
Georgians start travelling to most EU countries visa-free
The deal for Georgia will not be honored in Schengen countries that are not EU members: Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland.
Millions in Mideast unsure of their next meal, UN warns
"Food security and nutrition levels in the Near East and North Africa have sharply deteriorated over the last five years," UN said in a report.
Poll shows Macron beating Le Pen in French election
The Ipsos poll was the latest of many to show Macron and Le Pen six or seven percentage points ahead of erstwhile favorite Francois Fillon.
Once iconic Casablanca architecture falling apart due to neglect: AFP
Clotheslines, satellite dishes and tangled cables have sprouted on the deteriorating facades of the buildings, built nearly a century ago.
Dubai's Souq.com to make announcement on Amazon bid
Dubai's Emaar Malls, operator of some of the region's most glitzy shopping malls, said on Monday it had made an $800 million offer for Souq.com.
The Chainsmokers unveil heartbreaking ballad “The One”
The band’s upcoming album serves as the follow-up to their 2016 EP "Collage", which features their chart-topping single "Closer" featuring Halsey.
No need for new UN resolution on Karabakh, says U.S. envoy
According to the diplomat, the OSCE Minsk Group, which is tasked with the settlement of the conflict, can turn to the UN if need be.
Serj Tankian performs “GOT” song “Rains Of Castamere” at LA concert
The long-running HBO series will return to screens in July for the next eagerly-awaited instalment.
Jake Gyllenhaal drama “Stronger” gets awards season release
The film stars Gyllenhaal as the working-class Boston man whose iconic photo from the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing gained worldwide notice.
Ansel Elgort, Kevin Spacey’s “Baby Driver” release date moved
“Baby Driver” follows a young, talented getaway driver who relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best.
Facebook's Messenger adds live location-sharing
The company has found that one of the most used phrases on Messenger as people talk to friends and family is "How far away are you?"
“True Detective” to return for season 3 with David Milch
"True Detective" was loved by critics and fans when it debuted its first season in 2014, with Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson in the lead roles.
Ray and Nikki plotting revenge in “Fargo” season 3 extended trailer
"Beauty and the Beast (2017)" actor Ewan McGregor stars in dual roles, Emmit and younger brother Ray Stussy.
Malaysia says Kim Jong-Nam's body still in Kuala Lumpur morgue
KL has been waiting for the next of kin to come forward and claim the body, but as this has not happened, they are now seeking other solutions.
“Jason Bourne” helmer to direct Eliot Ness film for Paramount
Brian Helgeland wrote the original screenplay based on Brian Michael Bendis and Marc Andreyko’s graphic novel “Torso.”
China can deploy military hardware on artificial islands any time: report
A think tank cited satellite images taken this month, which its director said showed new radar antennas on Fiery Cross and Subi.
Georgia arrests Armenian citizen in connection with Igla smuggling case
According to a statement from the Georgian interior ministry, Robert A. (b. 1977) was arrested in Tbilisi on March 27.
“Like Crazy” takes top honors at Italy’s David di Donatello Awards
Paolo Virzi’s “Like Crazy” is a road movie about two women who escape from a mental institution in Tuscany.
New pics of Stephen King's “It” feature Pennywise and The Losers Club
The movie follows seven children known as The Losers Club, who have to face life problems, bullies and killer monster Pennywise.
Elon Musk "working on tech" for uploading, downloading thoughts
Musk has taken an active role setting up the California-based company and may play a significant leadership role, according to sources.
1st official pics: Alicia Vikander's Lara Croft in “Tomb Raider” reboot
Based on a popular video game of the same name, the reboot is set to be released in U.S. theaters on March 16, 2018.
Canada to legalize recreational marijuana by mid-2018
The announcement prompted shares of companies producing cannabis for medical purposes to surge on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Azerbaijan uses sniper rifles in ceasefire violations overnight
The Karabakh Defense Army troops continue protecting their positions, retaliating only in case of extreme necessity.
North Korea tests rocket engine, U.S. officials say
Several U.S. officials, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said the engine could possibly be used in an intercontinental ballistic missile.