Your brain shields you from thoughts about your own death
The protection may switch on in early life as your mind develops and you realise death comes to everyone.
Dam collapses in Russia's Krasnoyarsk region, leaves 15 dead
At least 13 people remain missing after the incident, according to Russian Emergencies Ministry.
Russian Air Force attacks militant-held town in southern Idlib
The Russian Air Force carried out a new attack on the militant-held town of Rakaya in the countryside of Idlib.
Schiff, Bilirakis call for passage of Armenian Genocide res. again
Adam Schiff (D-CA) and Gus Bilirakis (R-FL) are the lead authors of the Armenian Genocide Resolution.
Best time to exercise is before breakfast - study
For overweight men, exercising before eating breakfast could double your ability to burn fat, according to a new study
Current and ex smokers could lower lung cancer risk with exercise
Current or former smokers may be less likely to develop or die from lung cancer when they’re more physically fit.
150 ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan registered in past week
The Karabakh soldiers continue adhering to the ceasefire and protecting their positions along the contact line.
Armenia President to attend enthronement of Japanese emperor
The President will also meet the heads of several large Japanese companies to encourage them to visit Armenia.
Congressman urges U.S. to recognize Armenian Genocide
"Not only should we have sanctions against Turkey, I think it's also time that we recognize the Genocide," Lieu said.
Irish Examiner: Why Armenia deserves to be your next destination
It’s a mystery why Armenia has remained so long beneath the radar, The Irish Examiner says in an article.
Catalonia protests shut down Barcelona's Sagrada Familia
The church - one of Barcelona's main tourist attractions - has shut down because of protesters blocking its entrance.
Targeted therapy may help children with deadly nerve cancer
Neuroblastoma in older children and adolescents may be responsive to a targeted therapy called tazemetostat.
Charles Aznavour's son moves to Armenia
The son of the great crooner Charles Aznavour, Nicolas Aznavour, has moved to Armenia together with his wife.
Samsung admits to Galaxy S10 fingerprint sensor bug
A flaw that means any fingerprint can unlock a Galaxy S10 phone has now been acknowledged by Samsung.
Turkey bans Hrant Dink Foundation's conference in Istanbul
The conference "Social, Cultural and Economic History of Kayseri and the Region" has been banned by the Şişli Governorship.
VivaCell-MTS rewards winning teams of at Digital UAV Forum Hackathon
Digital UAV International Forum, a first-of-its-kind event on AI and unmanned aerial vehicles has started in Armenia.
Fighting in Kurdish-held Syrian town despite ceasefire: report
Fighting continued in a Syrian border town at the center of the fight between Turkey and Kurdish forces.
Ancient "lost city" of Khmer Empire uncovered in Cambodia
Researchers have identified the elusive ancient "lost city" of Cambodia for the first time, according to a report.
Chief coach of Armenia national squad resigns amid criticism
Gyulbudaghyants has recently come under fire following dire performance by the national team in recent fixtures.
Armenian mission donates medical supplies to Aleppo hospital
The humanitarian mission of Armenia in Syria donated medical supplies to the military hospital of Aleppo.
U.S. Helsinki Commission to examine reforms in Armenia
CSCE (or the U.S. Helsinki Commission) will be having a hearing on Armenian reforms on October 22.
Turkey agrees to halt Syria assault
Trump claimed on Twitter that “[m]illions of lives will be saved” by the suspension of hostilities".
Goran Bregović will perform in Yerevan on New Year’s Eve
Bregović will perform in Yerevan when the residents of the Armenian capital will be ringing in the New Year.
Armenia wins seat at UN Human Rights Council
14 new members, including Armenia, were elected to the United Nations Human Rights Council on October 17.
Los Angeles to dedicate William Saroyan Square in Sunland-Tujunga
The area is adjacent to Bolton Hall, a historic building that was used as a community center for a local Utopian community.
The more active your brain, the shorter your lifespan may be - study
There are many factors that influence how long somebody lives. Some, like their genes, are out of their control.
Venice day-trippers to be slapped with €3-10 fee
Tourists looking to explore Venice will be slapped with a fee aimed at making visitors “responsible”.
Frequent drinking worse than binge drinking for heart rhythm disorder
Drinking small amounts of alcohol frequently is linked with a higher likelihood of atrial fibrillation than binge drinking.
Syrian army readies offensive in country's northwest
The Syrian army has deployed reinforcements to the southern countryside of Idlib and northwestern Hama.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan won't play in upcoming Roma match
Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan will miss Roma's upcoming fixture against Sampdoria on October 18.
Depression, anxiety can dampen efforts to recover from heart attack
Recovering from a heart attack can be tough, but research says depression, anxiety and stress can make it even tougher.
Paris Zoo unveils slime dubbed "The Blob" with 720 sexes, no brain
The Paris Zoological Park will begin a first-of-its-kind exhibit housing a super weird organism.
Armenia abolishes departure tax for new destinations
The decision applies to all the carriers who will enter the Armenian market and fly to new destinations.
Housing problem of another family will be solved in Paravakar
In the village of Paravakar, the Chilingaryans are one of the five families involved in the housing project.
Exercise is cancer medicine, says Global Coalition
"A drug with similar benefit would likely be prescribed broadly," write the authors, led by Kathryn Schmitz.
"Don’t be a fool," Trump tells Erdoğan in bizarre, threatening letter
“Let’s work out a good deal!” Trump wrote in the letter, whose authenticity was confirmed by the White House.
Australia Armenians condemn murder of Kurdish human rights activist
The 35-year-old Future Syria Party’s Secretary-General championed tolerance in Syria and worked to unite Christians.
Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry admits to racism against Armenians
“We always speak quite frankly with the Russian side on the matter,” Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov said.
Turkish bombing damages 3,000-year-old temple in Syria
Turkish airstrikes against Kurdish forces have partially destroyed a 3,000-year-old temple in northern Syria.
Archaeologists uncover dozens of sealed ancient coffins in Egypt
The cemetery has previously yielded archaeological finds dating back to Egypt's 18th dynasty, which began in around 1539 B.C.
Researchers look for link between sleep apnea and mood disorders
People with OSA were nearly 3 times as likely to be diagnosed with depression as those in the control group.
New stamp celebrates Aurora Prize laureate Kyaw Hla Aung
With a nominal value of AMD 350, the stamp was printed in Cartor printing house with a print-run of 12 000 pieces.
Drinks, not food, with added sugar promote weight gain: study
The researchers monitored the mice's body weight, body fat, calorie intake, and energy expenditure.
Armenian, Azerbaijani Foreign Ministers "could meet in December"
Igor Popov has said that the next meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan could take place in December.
Modern libraries pop up in Armenian villages; Funds needed for new ones
The first four were constructed in the villages of Drakhtik (Gegharkunik), Movses, Choratan (Tavush) and Amrakits (Lori).
People in UK could be offered cancer screenings during lunch breaks
While GP surgeries and health centres should be used, other premises near where people live should also be pressed into service
Moldovan parliament to consider Armenian Genocide recognition
A legislative initiative will be introduced in the Moldovan parliament to recognize the Armenian Genocide.
Ryanair will be flying from Armenia to Rome, Milan, Berlin, Memmingen
Ryanair will be flying from Yerevan to Rome and Milan starting from January 2020, to Berlin starting from summer 2020.
How "impressive Diaspora" could help augment Armenia’s IT scene
ICANN SVP
Armenia had recently come under the spotlight thanks to several major IT events that Yerevan was hosting, and David Conrad, Senior Vice President & Chief Technology Officer at ICANN (Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers), says the impressive Armenian Diaspora could help bring in more awareness about and investment into the country.
UEFA consider relocating Champions League Final from Turkey
Michele Uva has confirmed they will consider calls to relocate the Champions League Final from Istanbul.