Bill outlawing Genocide denial aims to restore justice: Duma vice-speaker
“If we don’t pay due attention to the facts of the past to defend the historical truth, we are doomed to repeat the bloody events,” he said.
“Cemetery of Splendour” named best film at Asia Pacific Screen Awards
The film takes the form of a story involving the bonding between a hospital worker and a soldier with a mysterious infection.
British rock group Travis unveil new music
The group are offering fans a sneak preview of their new album, with the new song 'Everything At Once'.
North, South Korean officials meet to revive dialogue
If dialogue makes progress, the North is expected to seek the resumption of cross-border tours from the South to its Mount Kumgang resort.
Black Sabbath wrote “a whole load of stuff” for dropped album
Iommi explained that the band had reached an impasse, “After you've just had a Number One album, where do you go from there?”
Jamie Foxx heartbroken in "In Love by Now" music vid
"In Love by Now" is featured on Foxx's "Hollywood: A Story of a Dozen Roses" album which also includes a Chris Brown collaboration.
Benedict Cumberbatch’s "Sherlock" holiday special unveils synopsis
The synopsis hints that Holmes and Watson's latest case is involving "an enemy seemingly from beyond the grave."
Russia deploys S-400 air defense missiles in Syria: media
The S-400s are based in Syria's coastal province of Latakia and are capable of striking targets within a 400-kilometer range with deadly precision.
Yerevan to host unique Wine Tasting Fair Nov. 28-29
The fair aims to promote tourism development in the country, unveiling the best traditions of Armenian winemaking to the attendees.
Amazon Prime “to offer access to rival streaming services”
Amazon is said to have "major, well-known" content providers on board to launch the new feature next month.
New chip could help future smartphones charge in under 10 minutes
The technology uses an algorithm to monitor how much charge is left in the battery, as well as its temperature and voltage.
Russian Rosneft buys Armenia’s Petrol Market
Rosneft is Russia’s largest oil and gas company, its main shareholder being the government-owned Rosneftegaz that holds 69.5% in Rosneft.
Copenhagen Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek exhibit celebrates painting as art form
PAINT rips van Gogh, Cézanne, Degas, Courbet, Rousseau, Manet, Sisley and Monet out of their frames.
Criminalization of Genocide denial irrelevant, Russian lawmaker says
State Duma Deputy, international law expert Vasily Likhachev called on all parties not to link the bill with the downed Russian aircraft.
French Development Agency to allocate € 75 mln loan to Armenia
Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan ordered the heads of the agencies in charge to manage the technical part of the work as soon as possible.
1st and only picture of Charles Darwin on the Beagle discovered at Sotheby's
The watercolour shows fossils and botanical specimens being hauled aboard for examination by Darwin.
Al Jazeera America nabs DOC NYC winner “Motley’s Law”
The film follows a former Miss Wisconsin-turned-litigator in Afghanistan, where she faces personal threats and national instability.
Jerzy Sladkowski doc “Don Juan” wins top prize at IDFA
The Special Jury Award (€2,500), meanwhile, went to “Ukrainian Sheriffs” by Roman Bondarchuk.
10 killed in Russian helicopter crash in Siberia
It was transporting workers to the remote Vankor oil and gas field, which can be reached only by helicopter or along the frozen river.
Panasonic's Windows 10 Pro update makes Toughpad cinema-oriented
The $4,229 Toughpad model now has HDMI 2.0 input and can function as a Digital Cinema 4K monitor for cameras like Red's Raven.
Airstrikes at Turkey-Syria border put trucks on fire
The head of the rebel-run border crossing in the same area said separately that air strikes hit a garage for commercial trailers, killing three people.
Jennifer Lawrence to make directorial debut with “Project Delirium”
Lawrence is currently working on a comedy with Amy Schumer and she hopes to continue writing script in the future.
Baku court rejects jailed Azeri investigative journalist's appeal
The 39-year-old reporter probed the alleged vast riches amassed by President Ilham Aliyev and his family, who have ruled since 1990s.
Ryan Gosling eyed to topline Neil Armstrong biopic
The "Lost River" star is courted to portray the first man who walked on the moon in a biopic scripted by "Spotlight" writer Josh Singer.
French comic sentenced to jail for Holocaust denial
Dieudonne rose to prominence through the invention of the "quenelle", a hand gesture critics have likened to an inverted Nazi salute.
Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr. in “Captain America: Civil War” trailer
In the teaser, fans see Captain America and Iron Man on opposite sides as global governments try to regulate superheroes.
EC's Tusk rules out possibility of Russia-Europe anti-IS coalition
He said the only one way to avoid such incidents in the future is to concentrate all resources on the fight against the Islamic State group.
Russia deputies seek accountability for Armenia genocide denial
"We have just submitted a bill on responsibility for failure to acknowledge the fact of the Armenian Genocide,” a lawmaker said.
Paramount’s star-studded “The Little Prince” unveils new trailer
The Paramount film starring Jeff Bridges, Rachel McAdams, James Franco and Marion Cotillard hits theaters on March 18, 2016.
Azerbaijan uses artillery weapons in ceasefire violations
40 ceasefire violations by Azerbaijani armed forces were registered, with over 800 shots fired from various caliber artillery weapons.
Zoe Saldana readying for role as Gamora in "Guardians of Galaxy 2" pic
The second installment of "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie franchise will also bring back Chris Pratt, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper and Dave Bautista.
Brazil lifts visa requirements for Armenia
The period may be extended for another 90 days on condition that the total period of stay in the country does not exceed 180 days over 12 months.
"The Conjuring 2" hit horror sequel unveils set photos
The film's title indicates that the upcoming movie would include some ghostly activities in a council house in Enfield, England, in the late '70s.
Airbus patents detachable cabin to save boarding time
When you arrive at your destination, the cabin is removed, another is added, and the plane takes off, reducing the time spent on the ground.
Microsoft launches basic Nokia phone pitched as "perfect for selfies"
It’s worth noting here that the Nokia 230 has a touchscreen and physical buttons, which may be an appealing proposition for some.
Vine video service arrives on Apple Watch
Vine for Apple Watch is a simplified experience, displaying only featured clips and videos saved to the user's favourites.
Turkey leaks purported recording of warning, Russian pilot denies contact
It is not clear what happened to the body of his co-pilot, who was killed by gunfire as he parachuted from the burning plane.
Young people trust YouTube more than Wikipedia: research
For making and creating things, most young people turn to their favourite YouTubers to get guides - 44% compared to just 4% who use Wikipedia.
Merkel vows more support for France after deadly attacks in Paris
Angela Merkel said on November 25 she would think about how Germany could further support France in fighting terrorism
Armenian security forces raid “militant hideout”, arrest 10
The Armenian police and National Security Service described the detainees, among them four women, as members of a “criminal association.”
Ukrainian International Airlines to double Kiev-Yerevan flights
Discussions are currently underway with another Ukrainian airline Yanair, forthe latter to enter the Armenian air market.
Apple acquires Star Wars face capture provider
Zurich-based startup Faceshift specialises in 3D sensors that capture facial expressions in real time.
Fossil launches its debut Android Wear smartwatch
The stainless steel wearable is powered by the same Intel chipset found in the costlier TAG Heuer Connected.
Sotheby's to auction the rare private collection of English watches
Put together over the past 20 years, this historic collection comprises 314 lots, estimated to fetch between £6 and 9.5 million.
"Wizard of Oz" dress fetches $1.56 million at Bonhams NY auction
Judy Garland was one of the best-loved actresses of the Hollywood Golden Age who starred in the 1939 "The Wizard of Oz" as a teenager.
VivaCell-MTS, Ministry of Culture talk joint projects, future plans
Media projects aimed at boosting awareness and promoting Armenian cultural traditions are of special importance to VivaCell-MTS.
Chiwetel Ejiofor to be honored at British Independent Film Awards
Previous recipients have included Daniel Day-Lewis, Helena Bonham Carter, Ralph Fiennes, Michael Gambon and Emma Thompson.
Best Supporting Actor Oscar race more crowded than ever
The number of ensembles with multiple standout portrayals, as well as films with scene-stealing turns, makes for a dense category.
Coldplay tease “A Head Full of Dreams” album on Instagram
The British rock band, nearing twenty years of being together, will be releasing their seventh album in early December.
Green Day to re-release “American Idiot” hit album for Black Friday
The ‘Dookie’ rockers will release American Idiot as a double LP, with a red and black disc and a white and black disc.