Paylan says will never give up fight for Turkey’s democratization
The Turkish-Armenian lawmaker said hate speech leads to hate crimes in Turkey and that he wants to expose this.
Japanese firm to build "green energy" zone in Karabakh's Azeri-controlled areas
The Japanese company has implemented "green" projects in Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brazil and Thailand.
Karabakh reports 13 new coronavirus cases in the past day
Fresh figures from the the Ministry of Health also revealed that 16 patients are receiving inpatient treatment
WHO approves China's Sinopharm vaccine for emergency use
It is the first time the WHO has given emergency use approval to a Chinese vaccine for any infectious disease.
Armenian Parliament OKs amendments to Electoral Code
The electoral threshold for parties was lowered from 5% to 4%, while that of blocs was raised from the 7% to 8% or 10%.
Jerusalem։ Dozens hurt in Al-Aqsa mosque clashes
Tensions have been rising over the potential eviction of Palestinians from land claimed by Jewish settlers.
Armenia reports daily Covid-19 cases of 411
A total of 4231 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
Azerbaijan to withdraw peacekeepers from Afghanistan
The U.S. began to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan on May 1. NATO forces are being withdrawn from the country too.
Saudi Arabia confirms direct talks with Iran
A Saudi foreign ministry official said it was too early to judge the outcome and Riyadh wanted to see “verifiable deeds”.
Official: 10281 doses of Covid vaccine administered in Armenia
A health official saod 6578 doses of AstraZeneca and 3703 doses of Sputnik-V have been administered as of May 7.
Iran's Khamenei says Israel "not a country, but a terrorist base"
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei also blasted Israel's normalization of ties with "some weak Arab governments".
Komandos awarded Armenia's highest National Hero title
Armenian President Armen Sarkissian sighed a decree on May 8 to award Komandos the Order of Fatherland.
Sarkissian to make working trip to Russia on May 10
A number of meetings are planned, the Armenian President's official said on May 7.
OSCE chief joins calls for release of Karabakh captives
The United States, Canada and France too published similar calls earlier, describing the prisoners of war as "detainees".
Belarus develops its own Covid vaccine
Aleksandr Lukashenko said his declaration of Belarus' intention to make a vaccine of its own had been met with criticism.
Aliyev declares Shushi "the cultural capital of Azerbaijan”
Baku took control of the city during large-scale military hostilities unleashed by Azerbaijan against the Armenians of Artsakh
UN chief warns of "abyss" amid record carbon concentrations
UN Secretary General António Guterres said last year was already 1.2 degrees Celsius hotter than pre-industrial times.
Serj Tankian joined by Karabakh kids for surprise performance
The performance was featured at the Hope For Armenia virtual event hosted for Teach For Armenia on May 6.
Georgia says considering opening of land borders too
Georgia had eased entry restrictions for air travel from a number of countries, including Armenia, in late February.
France urges Azerbaijan to release all Armenian "detainees"
U.S. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken and Global Affairs Canada too published similar calls earlier.
Huib-Jan de Ruijter: We find the right partners in Armenia to pursue our development agenda
The acting CIO at FMO has spoken about the banking sector in Armenia and the successful partnership with Ameriabank.
Facebook removes another deceptive Azerbaijani network
The campaign removed targeted primarily Azerbaijan and to a much lesser extent Armenia, Facebook said
Coronavirus: Armenia infections grew by 356 in the past 24 hours
A total of 3434 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
Rep. Chris Smith calls for $50m in direct U.S. aid to Karabakh
The funds would be made available for humanitarian assistance in Artsakh to support food, security, housing.
Armenia welcomes Latvia's recognition of Genocide
The universal recognition of the Genocide is one of an important guarantee for the security of the Armenian people in the region.
Canada calls for release of all Karabakh captives
So far, more than 70 Armenian POWs have returned home, but hundreds more are still being kept hostage.
Lavrov convinced Armenian captives will return "in the near future"
The Foreign Minister said Russia will do its best to help resolve these issues in all ways and formats.
Pashinyan calls out Azerbaijan for anti-Armenian polices, territorial claims
Pashinyan said Azerbaijan's actions are aimed at escalating the situation and undermining previously-reached agreements.
Rare works by Ethiopian-Armenian modernist Alexander Boghossian sold in NYC
The works, all acquired directly from the artist's estate, were executed from the 1960s through the 90s, fetching almost $200,000.
Russia considering supply of 1 million Sputnik-V doses to Armenia
Sergei Lavrov also announced additional deliveries of Sputnik V vaccine to Armenia in the coming months.
Shushi Cathedral "should remain place of worship of Armenian Church"
According to him, the protection of historical and cultural heritage is first and foremost about human rights.
Kocharyan to head ARF-Armenian Renaissance bloc in June elections
Armenian Renaissance said the decision comes amid a "desperate situation" in Armenia and Artsakh.
Kim Kardashian West, Cher support Teach For Armenia’s new project
Diaspora leaders are making a call to join Teach For Armenia in its endeavor, make a change and generate hope.
Armenia: Civil Contract heading to polls "on its own"
Lilit Makunts said new people will be involved but failed the reveal whether or not businessmen will also be among them.
Lavrov visits Armenian Genocide memorial in Yerevan
Lavrov laid a wreath at the memorial and flowers at the Eternal Flame to honor the memory of the 1.5 victims of the Genocide.
Return of Armenian POWs is key, Aivazian tells Lavrov
The top Armenian diplomat cited extensive evidence of massive violations of international humanitarian law by Azerbaijan.
Latvia officially recognizes Armenian Genocide
Saeima – the parliament of Latvia – adopted the measure with 58 lawmakers voting in favor and 11 voting against.
Armenia will start demanding vaccine certificates from travelers
The document submitted by the Health Ministry says a lot of countries have already started to demand such certificates from travelers.
Covid-19: Armenia infections grew by 425 in the past day
A total of 3964 tests have been performed in the past day, the National Center For Disease Control and Prevention said.
SpaceX lands Mars rocket prototype for the first time
SN15 is an early iteration of Starship, the vehicle that Musk envisions will one day carry the first humans to Mars.
Russia’s Chumakov Center proves polio vaccine effective against Covid-19
According to the Center’s director, the study involved more than 600 people in the city of Kirov.
OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs call for release of all Karabakh captives
The co-chairs said in a fresh statement they welcome Azerbaijan's release of three Armenian "detainees".
Armenia: Ter-Petrosyan proposes pre-poll alliance to Kocharyan, Sargsyan
Ter-Petrosyan revealed that he first unveiled the proposal at a meeting of the former Presidents of Armenia and Artsakh.
Lebanese-Armenian prisoner of war put on trial in Azerbaijan
Viken Euljekian and Maral Najarian went missing on November 10, one day after a ceasefire statement was signed.
Azerbaijani opposition activist found dead in Turkey
Mammadov's friends wrote on social media on May 4 that his body was found "in the sea" two days earlier.
Karabakh: U.S. calls for release, humane treatment of all POWs
Azerbaijan is still holding up to 300 Armenian POWs, civilians and soldiers alike, while the Armenian side has returned all of them.
Armenian parliament speaker to travel to Moscow in mid-May
The chairman of the National Assembly of Armenia Ararat Mirzoyan is set to pay an official visit to Moscow on May 16-18.
Georgia coronavirus cases grew by 2,171 in the past day
27,648 tests were taken around the country over the weekend, including 19,912 rapid tests and 11,736 PCR tests.
Armenia introducing house arrest as alternative to imprisonment
People serving this type of punishment in the country will be monitored through electronic tags.
Expert: EU should help Armenia find a way forward
Whilst the EU has offered a speedy response in these circumstances, it has stood by silently on the issue of Armenian POWs.