Joe Biden applauds Senate's Armenian Genocide resolution
Joe Biden served as the United States Vice President in the administration of Barack Obama.
Turkey summons U.S. envoy over Armenian Genocide recognition
Turkey has summoned the U.S. ambassador over a resolution passed by the Senate recognizing the Genocide.
Time-restricted dieting can lead to weight loss
if your first meal is at 8 a.m., your last calories for the day will need to be consumed by 6 p.m.
140 ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan registered in past week
The Karabakh soldiers continue controlling the situation on contact line and protecting their positions.
US recognition of Armenian Genocide "will foil Turkey’s massacre of Kurds"
According to SDF officials, about 400,000 people have been displaced as a result of Operation Peace Spring.
Armenian boxers Narek Agbaryan, Gor Yeritsyan pick up wins in Moscow
Gor Yeritsyan, a native of Yerevan, Armenia, stopped aged veteran Patrick Lopez 39 seconds into the first.
Students' emotional intelligence key for success in school: study
The study said emotional intelligence is an important psychological trait, necessary for academic success.
Belgium completes ratification of Armenia-EU agreement
the last 9th State body of Belgium – the Brussels Capital Parliament – approved the Armenia-EU agreement.
Artsakh leader, OSCE envoy discuss conflict
The meeting addressed a range of issues related to the situation along the contact line between Artsakh and Azerbaijan.
Metabolic adaptation ensures survival of colon cancer cells
The researchers intend to investigate the strategy in more detail in cancer cells and animal experiments.
Armenia says no document on Karabakh negotiations table
The Armenian Foreign Ministry claims that no document is currently on the table of negotiations.
Wizz Air could start flying to Armenia soon
Wizz Air Corporate Communications Manager Andras Rado is giving a press conference in Yerevan on December 16.
Australia urged to recognize Armenian Genocide
The Armenian Committee said discussions were being accelerated about Armenian Genocide recognition by Canberra
Turkish-Armenian writer among Davutoglu party co-founders
Etyen Mahçupyan is among the 154 co-founders of the Future Party ("Gelecek Partisi" in Turkish).
Boris Johnson's Conservative Party wins majority in UK vote
The result is a vindication of Johnson's strategy to campaign on a single promise to "get Brexit done."
Baku: Armenian side unveiled "Lavrov plan" during Karabakh talks
Mammadyarov said there is no alternative to the negotiations on the settlement of the Karabakh conflict.
Armenia ex-PM joins Russia's Bureau of Expert Council
Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan has joined the Bureau of Expert Council under the Russian Government.
More than $2.2 million raised at Armenian American Museum Gala
More than $2.2 million was raised at the Armenian American Museum Gala at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.
Armenia PM: Senate’s historic vote is a victory of justice and truth
Pashinyan described the decision to recognize the Armenian Genocide as “historic” and “a victory of justice and truth”.
Mouse study tests a fresh approach against Alzheimer's
To get energy, the body usually relies on glucose, which results from the digestion of carbohydrates.
Cilicia Catholicos: Senate’s Armenian Genocide vote “a unique step”
Aram I has hailed the Senate’s vote to condemn the Genocide as “a unique step” in the fight for recognition.
Turkey attacks U.S. Senate's Armenian Genocide vote
Mevlut Cavusoglu called the U.S. Senate's decision to recignize the Armenian Genocide a “political show.”
Former U.S. envoy urges Trump to recognize Armenian Genocide
Samantha Power has urged President Trump to follow the Senate's lead and recognize the Armenian Genocide.
U.S. Senate recognizes Armenian Genocide
Bob Menendez passed the resolution, which provides "official recognition and remembrance" of the Genocide, by consent.
Armenian football fan released from Finnish prison
An football fan from Armenia has been released from a prison in Finland, revealed the First Armenian Front.
Russia reintroducing smoking lounges in airports
A bill on isolated smoking rooms in airports passed its third and final reading in the State Duma.
Half-animal, half-human hybrids depicted on "oldest cave art"
The painting is intriguing because it shows a group of figures that represent half-animal, half-human hybrids.
USC Institute of Armenian studies funds 23 global researchers
The University of Southern California’s Institute of Armenian Studies has selected 23 applicants from nine countries.
Two new breast cancer drugs show promise in early trials
15-20% of people with breast cancer have cells positive for HER2, meaning that they can be treated with drugs.
Dutch House of Representatives ratifies Armenia-EU agreement
The agreement provides a comprehensive framework for the sides to work for the benefit of the citizens of Armenia.
Armenians' favorite Pornhub category changed in 2019
Interestingly, women in Armenia proportionately visited the website as much as men did, the survey shows.
Head cones unearthed in ancient Egyptian graves
Now, for the first time, archaeologists have revealed evidence that they actually existed outside of artwork.
CoE recognize Armenia's anti-corruption efforts, urges more
GRECO encourages the authorities to complete their reforms and take fully into account all recommendations.
Harvey Weinstein and his accusers reach tentative $25 million deal
Weinstein and the board of his bankrupt film studio have reached a deal with dozens of his alleged sexual misconduct victims.
Armenia Catholicos congratulates new Patriarch of Constantinople
Karekin II said the Armenian church is “glad” that the Patriarchate of Istanbul has a head now.
Armenian letter art gets UNESCO recognition
UNESCO has included Armenian letter art on the Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Armenia President, Cilicia Catholicos discuss situation in Lebanon
The Armenian President inquired about the activities of the Armenian religious and national structures.
Israel to hold Knesset elections on March 2
Israeli lawmakers passed overnight a bill to hold the third parliamentary election on March 2, 2020.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee approves Turkey sanctions
With a vote of 18-4, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday, December 11 adopted S.2641.
Greta Thunberg named as Time Person of the Year
Time magazine has chosen Greta Thunberg, a Swedish climate crisis activist, as person of the year.
Asking yourself "What's the meaning of life?" could help you live longer
The study examined the relationship between your physical and mental well-being and the search for purpose in life.
Bishop Sahak Mashalian elected as Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople
Bishop Sahak Mashalian was elected the 85th Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople on December 11.
Mkhitaryan opens up about playing against Messi
Roma players Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Nicolo Zaniolo and Mirko Antonucci visited the parish in Rome.
Netflix could lose 4 million subscribers in 2020
Needham analyst Laura Martin believes Netflix will have to add a lower priced service to compete with competitors.
Serj Tankian wants to share unreleased System of a Down music
Once the year 2020 begins, the calendar will mark 15 years without new music from System of a Down.
Turkey's Erdogan says will not accept Nobel Peace Prize if awarded
Erdogan made the remarks after the Austrian writer, Peter Handke, was given the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize in Literature.
Armenian Genocide Museum unveils 2020 Lemkin Scholarshiп
The duration of the scholarship is one month. The Foundation will cover travel and accommodation expenses.
Children conceived from frozen embryos "at increased cancer risk"
Such babies conceived were more than twice as likely to develop childhood cancer, particularly leukemia and neuroblastoma.
Armenia aviation authority placed under closer EU safety monitoring
Armenia’s civil aviation regulator has been placed under increased monitoring by European safety authorities.
Turkey says may close Incirlik base for U.S. over sanctions
Cavusoglu said Ankara may insist that the US leave Incirlik air base if Washington goes ahead with the sanctions.