Moderna says Covid vaccine is 94․1% effective
Of the 30 severe cases of Covid-19 in the trial, none were in the group that received the vaccine, Moderna said.
NYTimes: Is there hope for preserving threatened monuments in Karabakh?
For many Armenians, turning over so much of their heritage to a sworn enemy poses a grave new threat.
Sarkissian raises return of Armenian POWs in letter to Putin
Armen Sarkissian said the Armenian society and the Diaspora are deeply concerned about the situation
Scientists discover new moth species in Armenia
Differential diagnosis of organs, as well as DNA barcoding showed this was a specimen unknown to science before.
Karabakh leader says 600 bodies of soldiers recovered so far
The Artsakh leader said all efforts are being made to determine the fate of Armenians who have gone missing.
Former Karabakh army chief to be discharged from hospital "in 2-3 days"
Jalal Harutyunyan was relieved of his post in late October after sustaining major injuries during military hostilities.
Armenia: President says government behind "tragedy" must go
President Armen Sarkissian believes that acknowledging the crisis the country has plunged into is key.
Russia: 25,000 refugees return to Karabakh in two weeks
Russian peacekeepers regularly escort convoys of buses carrying internally displaced IDPs back to their homes in Karabakh․
Maradona's personal doctor probed for involuntary manslaughter
The doctor is under investigation for involuntary manslaughter four days after Maradona suffered a fatal heart attack.
Armenia coronavirus infections, death toll continue to rise
A total of 1098 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control said.
System of a Down's "Chop Suey!" hits 1 billion Youtube views
The single was released as part of "Toxicity", which to date has sold over 2.7 million copies in the United States alone.
Karabakh Ombudsman: Azerbaijan hides Armenian POWs from ICRC
Artak Beglaryan said int'l monitoring bodies must prevent tortures and war crimes against the Armenians captives.
Foreign Ministry: Armenia, Azerbaijan work out temporary checkpoint locations
Demarcation and delimitation of the state border is a complex process, the Armenian Foreign Ministry said.
Rouhani accuses Israel of killing top Iran scientist
Iran’s religious and military rulers have threatened revenge for the killing of nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.
Armenia President paying private visit to Moscow
The President continues his series of discussions and consultations with the Armenian communities of the Diaspora.
Coronavirus: Armenia reports 1248 new infections in the past 24 hours
A total of 3358 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control said.
Recognition of Artsakh's right to self-determination is key, Armenia tells France
Ara Aivazian and Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne also discussed the humanitarian crisis in Artsakh and issues of displaced Armenians.
Tooth loss could be another consequence of Covid-19
A woman reported that her 12-year-old son lost one of his adult teeth, months after he had a mild case of Covid-19.
Britain's Derby recognizes Karabakh independence
The leader of the Labour Group agreed to move the motion, supported by the Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group.
ICRC: Reports of 150 Armenian POWs in Azerbaijan are fake
The representative of the organization failed to reveal the actual number of Armenian POWs and captives in Azeri custody.
Karabakh Ombudsman: 400 bodies recovered, returned to Armenian side
Human Rights Defender Artak Beglaryan said 30 civilians are missing, 11 of them are confirmed dead.
Commissioner reports "crisis of trust" in Armenia-Diaspora relations
Commissioner Zareh Sinanyan believes there is an "abyss" in relations between Armenia and the Diaspora.
American Armenians raise $23 mln for Karabakh
The 23rd Annual Thanksgiving Telethon organized by the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund was held on November 26.
Covid-19: Armenia infections grew by 1476 in the past day
A total of 3656 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control said.
France says does not recognize Nagorno-Karabakh
It said France's responsibility as a co-chair of the OSCE Minsk Group is to work towards finding a negotiated settlement.
Karabakh unveils names of 34 more troops killed in fighting
The Armenian side has announced the names of 1712 Armenian servicemen who were killed in the war.
Pashinyan reports two phone talks with Putin within an hour
The Armenian Prime Minister said such discussions take place regularly, sometimes several times a day.
UEFA bans former Azeri club official for anti-Armenian post
UEFA said in a statement that its Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body had decided to ban Nurlan Ibrahimov.
Azerbaijani troops reportedly closing in on Armenian mine on border
A video allegedly shows Azerbaijani troops, as well as Armenian soldiers and civilians "near the mine".
Sotheby's: 17th c. Armenian Gospel manuscript going under the hammer
Initially estimated to fetch £7,000 - 10,000, the current bidder is already offering £12,000 for the piece․
Azeri troops filmed toppling, destroying Armenian tombstones
Azeri social media users have been disseminating more footage of their troops in territories ceded by the Armenian side in Karabakh.
Smithsonian: Scholars, cultural leaders calling to protect Armenian heritage
The Smithsonian says Azerbaijan has a history of systemically destroying indigenous Armenian cultural heritage.
Dozens in Turkey handed life sentences over 2016 coup attempt
25 F-16 pilots were given aggravated life sentences while four civilians were each given 79 life sentences.
Armenia reports 1785 new coronavirus cases, 2142 recoveries
A total of 4383 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control said.
France: Unilateral Karabakh recognition wouldn't benefit either side
Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne said at the Senate that such a move is not in the interests of Armenia, Karabakh, or France.
Karabakh diplomatic relations to be discussed in Belgian parliament
The government is urged to begin negotiations on the establishment of a diplomatic mission of Artsakh in Belgium.
Senate urges France to recognize Karabakh independence
The resolution was drafted by Senators Bruno Retailleau, Patrick Kanner, Hervé Marseille, Éliane Assassi, Guillaume Gontard.
Armenia to tender facts of Azerbaijan's war crimes to partners
Azeri troops have been filmed beheading, executing, torturing, making fun of Armenian captives and cutting their ears off.
U.S. says Karabakh ceasefire holding
The Chief Pentagon Spokesperson for the US Department of Defense said the American side welcomes such a development.
Over 11,000 Karabakh residents return home within 10 days
The Russian peacekeepers ensure the safety of civilian vehicles along the Lachin corridor in Karabakh.
Armenian boy donates $8300 proceeds from walnuts sale to Karabakh fund
Various social media users were spreading information about the boy's venture to help those affected by the war.
Russia denies claims of expending peacekeeping mission in Karabakh
The Kremlin noted the difference between the work of the peacekeepers and that of the humanitarian response center.
Armenia's economy shrinks 9.1% year-on-year in Q3
The backslide comes amid the Covid-19 pandemic and after a six-week war between Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh.
Armenia: Karabakh status should be determined within OSCE Minsk Group
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has announced Armenia's position on the status of Karabakh has not changed.
Armenia coronavirus infections, death toll continue to rise
A total of 4198 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control said.
Putin, Erdogan talk Karabakh ceasefire execution over the phone
The two presidents discussed in detail the implementation of the agreements reached under the November 9 statement.
Pashinyan says unblocking of transport links a turning point for region
The Prime Minister stressed that he expects to implement the provision, under the trilateral statement on Karabakh.
Parliament Council debates taking Tsarukyan suspension to top court
The National Assembly stripped him of his immunity in June, allowing him to be arrested in late September.
Putin talks unblocking of transport communications with Pashinyan, Aliyev
The three weighed in on the work of Russian peacekeepers in Nagorno-Karabakh during phone calls on Sunday.
Russia's Lavrov, Iran's Zarif discuss Karabakh in phone call
Lavrov and Zarif discussed Russia's efforts at making the ceasefire work in Nagorno-Karabakh.