Credit Suisse: Armenians own a total of $42 billion
Armenian per capita wealth levels have almost doubled in 19 years, surging from $2,177 in 2000 to $19,517 in 2019.
OSCE monitoring proceeds in line with schedule
The OSCE Mission conducted a planned monitoring of the ceasefire on the contact line between Artsakh and Azerbaijan.
Juncker says Brexit process is "waste of time and energy"
Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the EU Commission, spoke in the European Parliament earlier as his term comes to an end
Armenian parliament shooting ringleader applies for parole
Hunanyan and four other gunmen entered the National Assembly and killed a total of eight officials.
Syria's Assad tours Idlib frontline near rebels
Assad toured an area in northwestern Idlib province close to the last major bastion of Turkey-backed rebel forces.
Lebanese protesters sing "Baby Shark" to cheer up scared child
The video quickly spread across Lebanon--so quickly, that her husband saw the video before she could tell him about it.
No link found between youth contact sports and cognitive problems
Adolescents who play contact sports are no more likely to experience cognitive impairment than their peers.
Creatine powers may improve efficacy of immunotherapies
Creatine is a popular organic acid that is widely used as a supplement by bodybuilders and athletes.
Georgian Airways selling Moscow-Tbilisi tickets with landing in Yerevan
Georgian Airways is offering flights from Moscow to Tbilisi, with a half-hour landing in Yerevan.
Pompeo: Trump "fully prepared" to take military action against Turkey
U.S.Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Trump is "fully prepared" to take military actions against Turkey.
Armenian parliament deputy chief of staff detained
Babayan’s detention was based on a report by independent lawmaker Arman Babajanyan who broke the news himself.
Foreign Minister's London trip highlights Armenia-UK ties
Zohrab Mnatsakanyan's working visit to London commenced on October 21 when he met Chris Pincher.
Japan's new emperor formally proclaims enthronement
Naruhito proclaimed his enthronement, in a centuries-old ceremony attended by more than a hundred dignitaries.
Canada's Liberals win elections; Trudeau set to return as PM
His party will claim the most seats in parliament but their second term will be much harder.
Spain will exhume, relocate Franco's remains
Franco was buried in a grand mausoleum called the Valley of the Fallen, northwest of Madrid in 1975.
Checking your phone at night tells your brain to wake up: expert
By reaching for your phone, "you’re telling your brain it’s time to wake up," Dr. Jeff Rodgers says.
French envoy to Armenia jokes about Trump's "ancient Rome" comment
Lacôte has mimicked U.S. President Donald Trump's comments about the United States' shared history with Italy.
Scientists plan to "give birth" to cancer to learn how disease begins
The scientists plan to "give birth" to cancer in the lab to see exactly what it looks like "on day one".
President: Armenia should be part of China's tech progress
China is constantly developing new technologies, and Armenia should be a part of that process, Sarkissian said.
8,000-year-old pearl to go on display at Louvre Abu Dhabi
The 8,000-year-old pearl was uncovered at an archaeological site on Marawah Island, off the coast of Abu Dhabi.
Armenian delegation joining major security conference in China
The delegation will participate in the 9th Beijing Xiangshan Forum at the Beijing International Convention Center.
Passenger traffic in Armenian airports grew 16.5% in September
The two Armenian airports served 324,755 people in September, up by 16.5% against the same period last year.
Armenia: Organ transplantation from deceased donors “will save lives”
Torosyan confirmed his intention to develop the practice of transplanting organs from deceased donors in Armenia.
Armenia Foreign Minister due in Britain with two-day visit
Foreign Minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan will pay a working visit to the United Kingdom on October 21-22.
Pashinyan: Armenia unemployment has decreased significantly
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said the unemployment rate has dropped significantly in the country.
Next OSCE monitoring of Artsakh contact line slated for Oct. 22
The OSCE Mission will conduct a monitoring of the ceasefire on the contact line between Artsakh and Azerbaijan.
EU raises reports of "excessive, unprovoked force" amid Baku clashes
Ali Karimli was detained with scores of his supporters as they defied a ban to demonstrate in central Baku.
LA welcomes William Saroyan Square at Armenian Festival
The motion for the square was spearheaded by LA City District 7 Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez.
France: Nouvelles d'Arménie office comes under attack
The editorial office of Nouvelles d'Arménie which reports on Armenia and related topics, has come under attack.
Lord Ara Darzi to chair Aurora Prize Selection Committee
The Aurora Humanitarian Initiative has announced the appointment of Lord Ara Darzi as Chair of Selection Committee.
U.S. forces bomb their own airfield in Syria: report
The base had recently been abandoned by U.S. troops due to their withdrawal to Iraq amid a Turkish offensive.
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.