Armenia, Iran want coordinated cooperation amid regional challenges
The Armenian and Iranian Foreign Ministers also agreed to work towards a more active political dialogue on different levels.
Rally near Armenia Defense Ministry HQ supports top military brass
During the rally, moment of silence was held to honor the memory of the victims of the 44-day war in Nagorno-Karabakh.
Armenian Genocide documentary coming to Amazon March 8
The documentary reveals that it was women who were left behind to experience the worst kind of torture.
Biden extends U.S. sanctions against Iran
According to Biden, it is necessary to continue the national emergency declared in an executive order with respect to Iran.
NASA's Perseverance rover releases first-drive review
The six-wheeled, car-sized probe went 6.5 meters during a half-hour test within Jezero crater, an ancient lake bed and river delta.
Bill urging Azerbaijan to release Armenian POWs coming to Congress
The measure specifically highlights “significant concern that female detainees in particular could be subject to sexual assaults."
World's first carbon-neutral container ship expected to sail in 2023
Maersk accelerates the efforts to decarbonize marine operations with the launch of a methanol-fuelled 2,000 TEU feeder vessel
Georgia expects Pfizer vaccine by end of March
The country's Deputy Health Minister said the AstraZeneca vaccine may also be introduced in Georgia by the end of the month.
Fitch rates Armenian capital of Yerevan 'B+'; Outlook Stable
The ratings reflect Yerevan's SCP of 'bb-', resulting from a combination of a 'Vulnerable' risk profile and a 'aaa' debt sustainability assessment.
Missile strikes kill one as they hit oil refineries in Syria
Explosions rocked oil refineries near the towns of al-Bab and Jarablus and set off large fires in the country's northeast.
Armenia reports 508 new coronavirus cases, 191 recoveries
A total of 3016 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
IPO makes Fix Price founders Khachatryan, Lomakin worth $3.6B each
The two founders, who together owned 83% of Fix Price before the listing, established the store in 2007.
Pashinyan, Blinken talk Armenia-U.S. ties over the phone
Pashinyan said he appreciates the United States' role in helping settle the Karabakh conflict within the OSCE Minsk Group.
EAEU approves Armenia's proposal to strip Turkey of tariff preferences
The proposal was adopted unanimously, and the decision is expected to enter into force 6 months after its publication.
Court in Armenia rules to release Ara Saghatelyan
Saghatelyan was among several people arrested for allegedly making posts from a fake account registered as "Gagik Soghomonyan".
Yerevan responds to Baku statement on "Zangezur corridor", "historic lands"
Naghdalyan reminded that Article 9 of the November 9 trilateral statement does not mention the establishment of a corridor.
Armenia appoints Marcos Pizzelli as football envoy in South America
According to information published by the Federation, Pizzelli has expressed gratitude for being trusted with the role
Armenia withdraws from Eurovision 2021
AMPTV said Armenia will not be able to manage to organize an entry in time for the March deadline.
Italy blocks AstraZeneca vaccine shipment to Australia amid shortages
Italy made the request and it was signed off by the European Commission under a new export control system.
Armenia Ombudsman touts "demilitarized zone" in Syunik
The demilitarized zone with a width of 5-7 km should be created before the completion of the "demarcation" of borders, he said.
Israel updating plans to strike Iranian nuclear sites – Defense Minister
Israel says it has identified numerous targets inside Iran that would hurt its ability to develop a nuclear bomb.
30-meter flagpole waving Armenian tricolor to be erected in Shurnukh
In mid-January, a similar flagpole was erected in Kapan, a city and the regional center of Syunik province.
Jewish, Israeli scholars defend Armenians amid Azeri propaganda attacks
Jewish and Israeli scholars have published an open letter in defense of the honor and good name of the Armenian people.
Remains of two Karabakh soldiers discovered in Martakert
The area came under heavy shelling and bombardment by the Azerbaijani armed forces during the recent 44-day war in Karabakh.
Turkey: Military helicopter crash leaves 11 killed
The Cougar-type helicopter crashed near the village of Cekmece in the predominantly Kurdish-populated Bitlis province.
Armenia reports daily Covid-19 cases of 442
A total of 2825 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
German Bundestag hosts discussion on Armenian prisoners of war
Armenian Human Rights Defender Arman Tatoyan introduced a report to more than 70 German participating in the event.
Burbank City Council recognizes Nagorno-Karabakh
The Burbank City Council also rescinded the Burbank-Hadrut Friendship City status while the city remains under Azerbaijani occupation.
Opposition leader asks Aronian to revise decision to move out of Armenia
When leaving, Aronian maintained that the government had not been honoring its commitment to develop chess in the country
Covid-19: Armenia planning to vaccinate 10-15% of population by year-end
According to the Health Minister, people at increased risk of severe illness from the virus have already been identified to receive the jabs.
Russia says not interfering in Armenia's "domestic affairs"
Maria Zakharova noted that whatever is happening in Armenia is "the internal affair of a sovereign state."
Karabakh top cleric says Sunday mass will return to Amaras
Bishop Vrtanes Abrahamian has said that Gandzasar, Amaras and Dadivank must always remain open to serve believers.
Health Minister: 2000 bodies of Karabakh victims identified through DNA
According to Armenia's Anahit Avanesyan, only a small number of bodies remain to be identified.
Armenia ex-President believes defeat in Karabakh was planned
In a press conference for Russian media, Robert Kocharyan cited "very serious doubts" about the authorities' actions.
Armenia probing opposition leader charged with inciting violence
Vazgen Manukyan is the leader of the coalition of 17 opposition parties calling itself the Homeland Salvation Movement.
Long-term coronavirus symptoms stump doctors
Serious complications include decreased lung function and damage to the heart and kidneys, researchers said.
Kocharyan weighs in on Army Staff "outcry" amid Armenia crisis
He said after the story with Iskander missiles, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan should have apologize to the General Staff.
Armenia reports 491 new coronavirus cases, 179 recoveries
A total of 2922 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
U.S. closely monitoring political tensions in Armenia
The United States said it has been a steadfast supporter of the development of democratic processes in Armenia and its sovereignty.
No bodies discovered during Karabakh search mission on March 3
On Thursday, March 4, the search mission will be deployed in Jrakan, Hadrut and the southern regions of Kashatagh.
European Commission deplores Azeri attacks on Karabakh Cathedral
The European Commission was asked whether it was planning to take steps to protect both the civilian population and places of worship.
President: Peace, recognition are Karabakh's foreign policy priorities
Harutyunyan made the remarks at a meeting with the employees of the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure.
SpaceX rocket goes up in flames after landing
SpaceX founder Elon Musk’s Starship prototype rocket soared into the sky in a high-altitude test on March 3.
Ex-President: Aronian will return to Armenia when chess is respected again
Attending a tournament in Yerevan on Wednesday, March 3, Sargsyan refused to comment on Aronian's statement.
Armenia using various channels to settle POW issue – Foreign Minister
According to Aivazian, different countries are already building up the pressure on Azerbaijan over the issue of captives.
Prosecutor's office denies arrest warrant against top military chief
An aide to the Armenian Prosecutor General said criminal proceedings are initiated solely on the basis of the fact of a crime.
President, Chief of Army Staff meet amid crisis in Armenia
According to a press release from Sarkissian's office, the two weighed in on the tense situation in the country.
Ombudsman: Azerbaijan killed 33 Karabakh civilians in their own homes
The Human Rights Defender of Artsakh revealed that the fate of more than a dozen civilians is still unknown.
New holiday in Armenia will celebrate national minorities
Lawmaker Rustam Bakoyan said although Armenia is a monoethnic country, there are still some 11 ethnic minorities living there.
Official: Azerbaijan holding over 100 Armenian citizens captive
Zareh Sinanyan noted that he has discussed the issue with Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Rudenko.