Moderate physical activity linked to lower depression: research
New research provides evidence that moderate physical activity is associated with reduced depressive symptoms.
Instagram testing hiding likes worldwide
Users who are part of the test will no longer see the total number of likes and views on photos and videos in the feed.
Armenia’s military industry budget to grow 122% in 2020
Budgetary allocations in the military industry will grow by 122% in 2020, Hakob Arshakyan, said.
Turkey condemns IS murder of Armenian priest in Syria
Turkey said it condemns "this terrorist act in the most powerful way and wish our condolences to the Syrian people."
Tbilisi protesters set up tents in city center
Georgians have taken to the streets to protest the parliament’s decision to not hold the 2020 elections with a proportional system.
Astronaut exercise programs could help cancer patients: researchers
researchers say the program could be developed and applied for cancer patients to help them recover after treatment.
Turkish-Armenian lawmaker says Erdogan is glorifying the Genocide
Recep Tayyip Erdogan called Armenia "a state born yesterday" and described Armenians as "refugees".
Syrian army enters northeasternmost point of the country
According to reports, the Syrian army entered the town of ‘Ayn Dewar in northeastern Al-Hasakah.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan spotted training with Roma
Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been training with Roma after several weeks' break due to an injury.
Cher accuses Trump of helping Turks massacre Kurds in Syria
Pop legend Cher has weighed in on the murder of an Armenian priest and his father by the Islamic State militants.
Armenian journalists will reportedly visit Azerbaijan
A delegation of Armenian journalists consisting of 5-6 people will leave for Azerbaijan on November 17.
Syrian army unleashes intense attack on northeast Latakia
So far, the attack has succeeded on the ground, which has given way to a new advance against militant groups .
Armenia aviation chief teases 2-3 more Ryanair routes before summer
Revazian teased 2-3 new destinations that Ryanair will be flying from Armenia in addition to the four routes.
Armenia to borrow €45.8 million from IBRD
The government on November 14 approved the signing of the agreement between the country and the bank.
Lindsey Graham blocks Senate majority vote on Armenian Genocide
He said that in view of the current crisis in Syria, the Senate should not affirm the Armenian Genocide, he said.
Bloomberg: Erdogan should recognize the Armenian Genocide
In addition, acknowledging the genocide would greatly improve Turkey’s relations with Armenia, says Bobby Ghosh.
Venice flooded by highest tide in 50 years
The mayor of Venice is poised to declare a state of emergency after the city was hit by the highest tide in 50 years.
OSCE Mission conducts monitoring of Artsakh contact line
The OSCE Mission conducted a planned monitoring of the ceasefire on the border of Artsakh and Azerbaijan.
Pope offers support to Syrian Armenians after priest’s murder
Pope Francis has offered his support to the Armenians of Qamishli who are mourning the murder of their parish priest.
New postage stamps celebrate Armenia's flora and fauna
The postage stamp with the nominal value of AMD 330 depicts Panthera pardus ciscaucasica (Caucasian Leopard).
Next OSCE monitoring of Artsakh frontline slated for November 13
The OSCE Mission will conduct a planned monitoring of the ceasefire on the border of Artsakh and Azerbaijan.
Armenia PM begins Paris visit with Champs Élysées reception
Pashinyan and his wife, Anna Hakobyan, arrived in France on November 11 evening on a working visit.
Marcos Pizzelli end career in Armenian national squad
“I have already notified the football federation that I am no longer playing in the national team,” Pizzelli said.
Azerbaijan reacts to Lavrov's Karabakh comments
Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry Leyla Abdullayeva has reacted to Russian Foreign Minister's comments on Karabakh.
Islamic State claims responsibility for murder of Armenian priest
IS claimed Monday afternoon via its Telegram channels to have killed “two Christian priests” in al-Zir village.
Human heart muscles cells behave differently in space: study
Heart muscle cells show changes in the way they operate in space, although they behave normally after returning to the Earth.
Russia says ready to help normalize Armenia-Turkey ties
Moscow is ready to contribute to the normalization of relations between Armenia and Turkey, said Sergey Lavrov.
Lifetime risk of cancer has been overstated: research
The method used by the AIHW only takes into account a person’s risk of dying from cancer, not any other causes.
Scientists discover genetic predisposition to taste food differently
Unfortunately, being a super-taster doesn't make everything taste better. In fact, it can do the opposite.
Lavrov: Conflict can’t be solved with consent of Karabakh people
Without the consent of the people of Nagorno Karabakh, it will not be possible to reach any agreements, Lavrov said.
Iranian governor wants deeper trade-economic ties with Armenia
The Governor General of Mazandaran province has called for the expansion of trade-economic ties.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan set to return after injury break: media
Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan will return after being out several weeks due to an injury.
Vitamin E acetate may be to blame for U.S. vaping illness deaths
Vitamin E acetate may be to blame for a U.S. outbreak of e-cigarette-related lung injuries that's linked to dozens of deaths.
Armenians feel as safe as the Swiss, new Gallup poll says
Armenians and the Swiss said they feel equally safe walking alone in their area at night, according to to the Index.
Iran has discovered vast oil field with 53 billion barrels of crude: Rouhani
It would be Iran's second largest oil field, behind one in Ahvaz containing an estimated 65 billion barrels.
Azerbaijanis protest against Artsakh flag in front of Toronto City Hall
The rally was organised by the Azebaijani community of Ontario. The protesters were chanting anti-Armenian slogans.
Mercury to pass between the Earth and the Sun on November 11
The transit begins at 1235 GMT, when the edge of Mercury appears to touch the edge of the Sun.
Armenia PM to make two-day working trip to France
Pashinyan will then visit the International Organization of the Francophonie to meet the IFC Secretary General.
Tel Abyad Armenian church opens for worship
Turkey has restored an Armenian Orthodox Church that was used by the People's Protection Units as a military base.
DC Police urged to protect protesters' rights during Erdogan visit
The ANCA is encouraging legislators to sign the letter, which will be forwarded to the DC Police and State Department.
Pashinyan: International investors interested in Armenia
The international press continues praising the Armenian government's economic policy and reforms, Nikol Pashinyan said.
200 ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan registered in past week
The Karabakh soldiers continue controlling the situation on the contact line and protecting their positions.
Erdoğan claims Trump offered to call Armenian Genocide a "war"
Erdogan said Turkey "had grown tired of being threatened with the Armenian issue by the United States."
Georgia far-right stages protest at gay film premiere
Protesters, gathered outside the Amirani cinema in the capital Tbilisi, chanted "Long live Georgia!" and "Shame!"
Trump could attend Russia's Victory Day parade
"It is right in the middle of political season, so I’ll see if I can do it, but I would love to go if I could,” Trump said.
Several rockets land near U.S. base in Iraq: report
Because the barrage only landed near the base, it did not result in any injuries or significant damage
Reuters: Armenia economic reforms appeal to yield-hungry investors
After peaceful protests last year, "Armenia's economy is growing faster than oil-rich Azerbaijan next door."
Turkey using Interpol to track down dissidents
Turkey is making extensive use of Interpol to issue arrest warrants and gather information about Turkish citizens in Germany.
E-cigarettes don't increase teen smoking chances, study says
The study calls into question earlier research that has linked electronic cigarettes to traditional smoking
Gene editing tool fights cancer, shows early study
For the first time in the United States, the gene editing tool known as CRISPR has been employed to fight cancer.