Austria opposes Turkey’s bid to join EU military project
According to Austrian Defence Minister Klaudia Tanner, Turkey does not fulfil the admission requirements for third countries.
Armenia "remains most constructive in implementing regional agreements"
The Foreign Ministry said Armenia has been and remains most constructive in implementing earlier signed statements.
Karabakh continues search for the war missing
Karabakh's rescue teams have been deployed in Mataghis to continue looking for the remains of the victims of the 44-day war.
Armenian law enforcers help seize 368kg of heroin in Ukraine
Drug traffickers attempted to transport heroin from Iran to Ukraine via Georgia and Armenia to later sell it in central Europe.
Armenia, Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority mull cooperation
Commissioner Toyoshi Fuketa noted that the Nuclear Authority constantly equips NPPs adapting them to possible risks.
Covid-19: Armenia infections grew by 180 in the past day
A total of 4889 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
Armenia's Gevorg Avanesyan wins Int'l Biology Olympiad silver
Armenia student Gevorg Avanesyan has won a silver medal in the thirty-second International Biology Olympiad.
UNESCO adds Iranian railway, ancient Chinese city to World Heritage list
This year's World Heritage sites include a Chinese port city, a boulevard in Spain, an eight-century-old Indian temple.
HRD: Azeris beat, humiliated Karabakh man during his short captivity
Human Rights Defender Gegham Stepanyan said the man's right leg has been injured, he is now back at his home.
Azerbaijani army resumes shelling of Armenian posts
In particular, the Azeri troops used various caliber weapons to fire on Armenian positions beginning from 3:30 pm local time.
Ameriabank named largest taxpayer among Armenian Banks in Q2
Overall, Ameriabank ranks 12th on the list of 1000 largest taxpayers published by the country's State Revenue Committee.
Karabakh man taken captive by Azeris returned to Armenian side
A Karabakh resident, who was taken captive by the Azerbaijani Armed Forces, has been returned to the Armenian side.
Armenia threatened with new problems from Turkey
Ömer Çelik has threatened Armenia with new problems, piling accusations on Yerevan for "endangering regional peace."
Azerbaijani forces target Armenian positions in Gegharkunik, Ararat
The Armenian side took suppressive measures to silence Azerbaijan's ceasefire violations, the Defense Ministry says.
Coronavirus: Delta variant spreads to Armenia too
According to Health Minister Anahit Avanesyan, there is a threat of a new wave of Covid infections in the first half of fall.
PACE rapporteur to travel to Azerbaijan after Armenia trip
Paul Gavan will hold meetings with parliamentarians, including the Speaker of the National Assembly (Milli Mejlis).
Armenian army continues search for two missing soldiers
Artur Balbandyan and Aramayis Torozyan who went missing as thick fog covered the Armenia-Azerbaijan border.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan details current relationship with Jose Mourinho
Henrikh Mkhitaryan has revealed what it's like to play under the former Chelsea, Real Madrid and Inter Milan boss.
Armenia Covid cases grew by 112 in the past 24 hours
A total of 5049 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
Armenia's Haik M. Martirosyan claims only win at FIDE R5 first leg
Martirosyan beat Iran's Amin Tabatabaei in game one, meaning a win or draw would see him progress to the quarter-finals.
Armenian soldier heavily wounded in Azeri shooting has come to
Armenian serviceman Arman Atesyan, who was seriously wounded in Azerbaijan's shooting, has regained consciousness.
U.S. lawmakers call for blocking transfer of drone tech to Turkey
The lawmakers are leading a bi-partisan call on the State Department to suspend export licenses for U.S. drone tech to Turkey.
NASA chooses SpaceX to launch its alien-hunting mission to Jupiter moon
The mission is designed to fly past Jupiter's moon Europa 45 times, getting as close as 16 miles above its surface.
OSCE calls for restraint amid Azerbaijan's provocations against Armenia
The OSCE is concerned about incidents along the Armenia-Azerbaijan border, according to a statement provided by the organization
UNESCO asks Turkey for report on Hagia Sophia
The World Heritage Committee of UNESCO expressed "grave concern" over the consequences of its conversion into a mosque.
Turkish company designing railway to Karabakh's Shushi
Azerbaijan Railways CJSC, jointly with Turkey’s Kalyon, has already started the design of the railway to Shushi.
Tokyo Olympics announces 17 more Covid-19 cases
The Czech team has been among the worst hit by the virus, reporting six positive cases, organizers said.
Armenia Covid cases grew by 250 in the past day
A total of 6527 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
Armenian soldier wounded in Azeri fire in critical condition
One of the three Armenian soldiers wounded in Azerbaijan's shooting in Gegharkunik province is in a critical condition.
Russian peacekeepers join campaign to benefit the disabled in Karabakh
The Russian peacekeeping contingent took part in the campaign in Stepanakert, the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Armenia's Haik Martirosyan advances to FIDE World Cup R5
Armenian grandmaster Haik Martirosyan held Ante Brkic to a draw to advance to FIDE World Cup Round 5.
Armenian army "stops" Azerbaijani drone entering its airspace
The Armenian air defense forces have "stopped" the attempt of an Azerbaijani drone to enter the airspace of the Armenia
Remains of four more Karabakh victims recovered in the past day
The remains of four more Nagorno-Karabakh victims were recovered on Friday, July 23 from Varanda (Fizuli).
Three Armenian troops injured in Azerbaijan's fire
Yerevan said the army didn't open suppressive fire until the Azerbaijanis began shooting at the Armenian positions.
Teryan 5 project: Trends and safety requirements in modern architecture
The modern architecture of residential buildings has the highest requirements for safety and preservation.
"This is unfair": Aliyev upset over EU's €2.6B funds for Armenia
He noted that this issue was on the table during the visit of the European Council President Charles Michel to Azerbaijan.
Azerbaijan jails 13 more Armenian PoWs for six years
All the 26 men sentenced in the past two days will be deported after serving their prison terms, the court said.
Australia Foreign Minister reacts to call urging recognition of Karabakh
Foreign Minister Payne reiterated the Australian Government’s support for the OSCE Minsk Group process.
French envoy talks Karabakh status, calls for larger int'l presence
Lacôte said unless the conflict is settled, neither of France's ambassadors to Armenia or Azerbaijan can visit Karabakh.
Iran opens oil terminal to bypass Strait of Hormuz
The new terminal is located near Jask port on the Gulf of Oman, just south of the Strait of Hormuz
Aliyev: There is no status, no Nagorno-Karabakh
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has weighed in on what he describes the post-conflict situation in the region.
Covid-19: Armenia infections grew by 221 in the past 24 hours
A total of 5653 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
Karabakh resident returns home after getting lost in Azeri-controlled areas
A resident of Aygestan village of Nagorno-Karabakh's Askeran region had gotten lost in Khramort district.
Mercedes-Benz says will go all-electric by 2025
Mercedes said it would invest 40 billion euros, or $47 billion, on electric cars, vans and light commercial vehicles by 2030.
FIDE World Cup: Haik Martirosyan defeats Ante Brkic in first leg of R4
Haik Martirosyan of Armenia beat Ante Brkic of Croatia in the first game of Round 4 of FIDE World Cup
Karabakh: Top U.S. diplomat comments on Turkey's transfer of fighters
Nuland also said the U.S. has pressed Turkey to urge Baku to release all Armenian prisoners of war immediately.
Russia concerned about escalation on Armenia–Azerbaijan border
The Russian side also expressed condolences over the death of an Armenian soldier in Azerbaijan's shooting days earlier.
Pashinyan: Baku's provocations create new threats for Armenia, Karabakh
Acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stressed Russia's role as "key" for ensuring stability and security in the region.
Armenia to produce ballistic helmets, anti-thermal imaging uniforms
Production of ballistic helmets, body armor and special tactical anti-thermal imaging uniforms will be established in Armenia.
ECHR orders Azerbaijan to pay €30,000 to Armenian applicant
Badalyan accusing Baku of ill-treatment and torture during detention in violation of Article 3 of the Convention.