Pashinyan tests positive for coronavirus
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has contracted the coronavirus for at least the second time, his office said January 26.
University of Luxembourg to host Tumo Center
Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat visited the University to learn more about the educational system of the institute.
HRD, French ambassador talk human rights issues in Yerevan
Human Rights Defender Arman Tatoyan and French ambassador to Armenia Anne Louyot met in Yerevan on January 24.
Armenia reports daily Covid-19 cases of 1931
A total of 7721 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
Karabakh: One more body recovered in Jrakan
The body will be identified through DNA analysis, Karabakh's State Service for Emergency Situations said.
Armenia will start Eurovision competition in first semi-final on May 10
The 'Big 5' countries (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom) do not compete in the Semi-Finals.
Report: Turkey looking to establish more air routes with Armenia
The possible launch of flights from Armenia to the cities of Van and Kars in Turkey is reportedly under discussion.
Family in Gandzakar celebrate Housewarming after 13 years of waiting
Four bedrooms instead of one, a living room, a kitchen, and decent facilities that they were completely lacking before.
CSTO ex-chief: Armenia got free weapons from Russia
Bordyuzha said many of the weapons and military equipment in the arsenal of the Armenian army were donated by Russia.
Armenia: Opposition bloc mulling nomination of presidential candidate
The opposition Armenia bloc is considering nominating a candidate for President, Artsvik Minasyan from the bloc said.
Armenia, Greece, Jordan placed 58th in fresh corruption index
Armenia has scored 49 points out of 100 in Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index for 2021.
Pashinyan wants harmony between political majority and next president
Weighing in on the issue of the new presidential candidate, Nikol Pashinyan said it has not been discussed yet.
Ameriabank was largest taxpayer among Armenian Banks in 2021
Ameriabank is the largest taxpayer among Armenian banks, according to data from January-December, 2021.
Armenia's Covid-19 infections grew by 1332 in the past day
A total of 5713 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
MP: Russia concerned about political processes in Armenia
Konstantin Zatulin's comments came after Armenian President Armen Sarkissian rendered his resignation the day before.
ARARAT Museum launches #FeelwithYourHeart campaign
ARARAT Museum has launched the project to define itself as an open space of cultural entertainment for all members of the society.
Duduk player Arsen Petrosyan nommed for Songlines Music Awards
Armenian duduk player Arsen Petrosyan has been nominated for the Best Artist award at the Songlines Music Awards 2022.
5650 Covid booster shots administered in Armenia
5650 people in Armenia have received booster shots against the coronavirus, according to the health authorities.
Armenia reports no Covid deaths in the past 24 hours
A total of 4612 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
Armenian Parliament receives President's resignation
The National Assembly has received a notification on the resignation of Armenian President Armen Sarkissian.
Armenian President resigns
Armenian President Armen Sarkissian resigned on Sunday, January 23, according to a statement on his official website.
Karabakh: Azerbaijanis committed 69 crimes since 2020 ceasefire
The Azerbaijani military has committed 69 crimes against the civilian population of Artsakh since November 9, 2020.
Ombudsman raises human rights violations in border communities
Since the Azerbaijani military's blocking of roads, the rights of the residents of said communities are being violated every day.
Ladaniva wins Public Choice prize Music Moves Europe Awards
The band Ladaniva from Armenia has won the Public Choice award at the at Music Moves Europe Awards.
Armenia begins to require proof of vaccination for restaurants, cafes
Armenia is tightening the screws on unvaccinated people by denying them access to indoor dining and cultural venues.
Armenia considering construction of small nuclear plant in Syunik
Armenia is considering the construction of a low-capacity nuclear power plant in the country's south by Rosatom.
Famous Crete lighthouse lit with Armenian colors to celebrate ties
The building of the city hall of Alexandroupolis too was painted in the colors of the Armenian tricolor on the occasion.
Moscow: Armenian-Azeri delimitation will benefit normalization of ties
Russia said they urge the sides to begin work on the delimitation of the border between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Robin the Robot secures $2 million seed round
Robin the Robot is a Care Assistant that extends care services using emotional AI and autonomous technology advances.
Armenia moves closer to banning gambling advertising
Lawmakers in Armenia are about to introduce significant changes to the country’s gambling advertising laws.
Softr raises $13.5M to create ecosystem for building no-code apps
Since 2021, over 35,000 businesses and operators have started using Softr to build custom apps powered by their data.
Armenia reports daily Covid-19 cases of 628
A total of 3605 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
EU envoy in Yerevan for follow-up meetings after Brussels
Klaar is on a joint EU-France mission and is accompanied by Former French Ambassador to Cyprus and Ukraine Isabelle Dumont.
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Azerbaijanis prevent Armenian pilgrims from visiting Dadivank
It is not known when pilgrims will be able to participate in the liturgy in the ancient medieval monastery of Dadivank.
Armenian teen raised in the Netherlands again facing deportation
A 14-year-old Armenian girl of Yazidi ethnicity faces deportation after living in the Netherlands for 12 years
Grigoryan: No Armenian territory will remain in neutral zone
Security Council chief Armen Grigoryan added that the Armenian side has received no response from Azerbaijan.
Moscow reminds Baku Lachin corridor controlled by Russian peacekeepers
Russia has reminded Azerbaijan that the Lachin corridor is controlled by Russian peacekeepers.
Top Armenian, U.S. lawmakers meet in Washington, DC
President of the Armenian parliament Alen Simonyan has met with the Speaker of the U.S House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi.
EBRD, donors increase funding for SMEs in Armenia
The EBRD is providing a $25m financial support to Ameriabank in Armenia for on-lending to private businesses in the country.
Turkey’s Koç University ends book contract over Armenian Genocide term
The cancellation of their contract is “inconsistent with academic freedom and publishing ethics”, the scholars said.
Armenia reports daily Covid-19 cases of 621
A total of 5838 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
Armenia has no preconditions for border demarcation
Armenia has no preconditions when it comes to the demarcation of the border with Azerbaijan, Vahan Hunanyan has said.
Biden says Ukraine "unlikely" to join NATO anytime soon
Biden believes Ukraine is unlikely to join NATO anytime soon but it would not be possible to agree it would never happen.
Electric Networks, Russian citizen buy Rostelecom Armenia
The Public Services Regulatory Commission approved on January 19 the sale of GNC-Alfa CJSC, a subsidiary of Rostelecom.
Turkey, Armenia resuming flights from February 2
Turkey's Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure announced on January 19 that flights to Armenia will begin from February 2.
Omicron may cut future severity of Covid, protect against Delta – study
A study has found that those who get the Omicron strain couldn’t be infected with Delta, particularly if they have been vaccinated.
Yerevan could serve as a layover point in Syria-Crimea flights
The Syrian authorities are working on establishing flights to Crimea through the airports of Sochi, Anapa and Yerevan.
Cilicia Catholicos says Diaspora is disappointed in Armenia
Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia Aram I believes the Armenian Diaspora has started to "wear out and fade away".
Armenia's Covid-19 infections grew by 563 in the past day
A total of 5285 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.