Suicide car bomber slams into foreign forces convoy in Kabul
Last week, a Taliban car bomber targeted a convoy of NATO troops in Kabul, killing one civilian and wounding up to 12.
Trailer for Turkey’s first film on Armenian Genocide released
Scripted and directed by Aren Perdeci and Ela Alyamac, “Lost Birds” is a turning point for cinematography in Turkey.
Samsung Q2 profit hit by Galaxy S6 supply shortages
The Galaxy S6 isn’t only Samsung’s flagship smartphone. It’s also its main hope for reigniting demand for its handsets.
RA MFA calls on Armenian tourists not to leave resort areas in Egypt
Egyptian warplanes killed 25 Islamist militants, as the country’s president visited Sinai after a major escalation of the conflict.
Artsakh schools get new computer equipment
The government of Artsakh has given the project additional support by funding the complete renovation of the computer classrooms.
World’s oldest man dies aged 112 in Japan
Another Japanese man, 112-year-old Yasutaro Koide of Nagoya, succeeds Sakari Momoi as the world's oldest man.
Hungarian MPs backs plans to erect border fence to keep out migrants
"Hungary is confronted with the biggest surge of migrants in its history, its capacities are overloaded by 130%," Pinter said.
Obama pledges more U.S. support for moderate Syrian opposition
"We continue to accelerate the delivery of critical equipment, including anti-tank weapons, to Iraqi security forces," Obama said.
Saudi Arabia signs commitment to invest up to $10bn in Russia
The majority of the $10 billion from Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, will be spent on Russia’s agricultural projects.
Greek PM expected to present new proposals on debt crisis
Central to any negotiations will be new Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos, who replaced outspoken Yanis Varoufakis.
Boston Marathon bomber seeks new trial after death sentence
The 21-year-old ethnic Chechen apologized and admitted he and his now-dead older brother carried out the attack.
Obama paying rare visit to Pentagon over IS campaign
The President has insisted he will not send U.S. troops into combat to fight the Islamic State in Iraq or Syria.
Putin, Lagarde discuss Greek referendum on phone
The phone call between Putin and Lagarde was not linked to any potential Russian help for Greece, Dmitry Peskov said.
Amazon launches dedicated iOS app for Cloud Drive service
The new Cloud Drive app will let users stream music or videos stored in account as well as view photos and documents.
Israel takes another step to walling itself off from neighbors
"A lot of countries like Israel understand the only way to seal off their border is by installing a system of fences," said Oded Eran.
Instagram begins storing high-resolution images
Instagram has begun storing images at 1080×1080 pixels, up from the low standard of 640×640 pixels that it started out with.
Twitter rolling out new ad button in mobile apps
By clicking on the Ads button, users are offered the ability to manage their Twitter ad campaigns while on the go.
Police clear Yerevan’s Baghramyan ave. from protesters, garbage cans
The police said they were going to restore traffic on Baghramyan Avenue by removing everything from the driveway.
Armenian app Zangi provides high level of data protection
“Our servers have specially designed layers of protection. But even if they are hacked, no data can be leaked,” Martirosyan said.
Iran's Foreign Minister says differences on nuke program remain
"Still nothing is clear. ... Some differences remain and we are trying and working hard," Mohammad Javad Zarif.
PSRC to impose AMD 75mln fine on Electric Networks of Armenia
The ENA recently suggested that consumers should cover the expenses to be connected to power supply networks.
Greek Finance Minister resigns
"For this reason I am leaving the Ministry of Finance today," he said. "I shall wear the creditors' loathing with pride."
Pope Francis starts seven-day tour of South America
The Vatican said the decision not to visit the continent's larger nations reflected the Pope's interest in the "peripheries".
OSCE Project Coordinator operations in Baku discontinued
The discontinuation follows the termination by Azerbaijan of the Memorandum of Understanding on the Project Coordinator in Baku.
Blatter says France, Germany applied pressure over World Cup votes
“Before the World Cups were awarded to Russia and Qatar, there were two political interventions,” FIFA president said.
Two bombs kill 44 in Nigeria's central city
The city has been targeted in the past by bomb blasts claimed by Boko Haram extremists that have killed hundreds of people.
Kerry says Iran’s nuclear program argeement could be sealed this week
The deadline for reaching a comprehensive agreement on Tehran's nuclear program has already been extended from June 30.
Italian surveillance software developer allegedly suffers data breach
Hacking Team develops surveillance tools that it has maintained are legally sold to governments for law-abiding investigations.
IS fighters attack Iraq's northern oil refinery town
"Their lethal weapons are suicide attacks and snipers, and this is why we have fighting back and forth," Baiji mayor said.
Texas senator Cruz presidential campaign raises over $14mln
The money comes from more than 120,000 donors who made an average contribution of $81. Some donors gave more than once.
Greece votes to reject international bailout terms
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said he was consulting the leaders of eurozone member states.
U.S., allies conduct 14 air strikes against IS in Syria, 9 in Iraq
The air strikes in Iraq targeted militants and their holdings near Falluja, Makhmur, Mosul and Sinjar.
The Libertines announce release of “Anthems For Doomed Youth” album
The album was produced by Jake Gosling, known for his work with One Direction and features a more optimistic tone than their past work.
Arctic Monkeys named Best Live Band at year's O2 Silver Clef Awards
The Sheffield foursome beat off strong competition form the likes of Foo Fighters, Kate Bush, Royal Blood, Prince and Arcade Fire.
Apple patent teases new friend payment idea
The patent suggests that iPhone and Apple Watch users may one day be able to transfer money to each other via their devices when nearby.
YouTube videos can now be watched on Android Wear smartwatch
To get sound with the video playing on your smartwatch, you'll need to connect either a pair of Bluetooth headphones or a Bluetooth speaker.
French President says ready to organize new summit on Boko Haram
Earlier this year, Boko Haram occupied large parts of northeastern Nigeria and was increasingly mounting attacks on neighboring states.
Washington Post: Georgia turns its face to Russia as West backs away
Wary of further provoking Russia, Western politicians have quashed talk of NATO and the European Union expanding eastward any time soon.
Syrian army, Hezbollah launch major assault on rebel-held city: TV station
The TV station said heavy artillery and aerial bombardment were being deployed to capture the city, located north-west of the Syrian capital.
Electric Yerevan: Police urge for removal of barricades
Osipyan called on the rally participants to set up a group of experts and participate in the audit to be conducted soon at ENA.
"Queen of the Desert" trailer features Nicole Kidman
The film follows Gertrude Bell (Nicole Kidman), an English explorer, who travels trough the Middle East during the early 20th century.
Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas in "Ant-Man" final trailer
Evangeline Lilly, Bobby Cannavale and Anthony Mackie are also on board to star in the film directed by Peyton Reed.
BlackBerry's rumored Android smartphone pic lieaks online
Well-known leaker Evan Blass shared a press render model which he claims is the company's first Android-powered smartphone, codenamed Venice.
Uber's ride-sharing service suspended in France amid nationwide strike
The move follows increased tension between non-professional Uber drivers and standard taxi drivers, which erupted in violent riots in Paris last week.
Tens of thousands of Greeks gather for bailout vote rival rallies
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was greeted with huge cheers when he told supporters to vote "No" to the terms of an international bailout.
Rockets fired into Israel, Egypt's IS affiliate claims responsibility
An Israeli military source earlier said the rockets had been fired from Sinai, which borders Israel, the Gaza Strip and the Suez Canal.
France rejects Wikileaks founder Assange asylum appeal
France's Le Monde newspaper published an open letter Assange had written to President Francois Hollande asking for asylum.
Iran nuke talks creep towards finish as negotiators wrestle with sticking points
Iran is in talks with the U.S. and five other powers - Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia - on an agreement to curtail its nuclear program.
Moscow court extends Armenian magnate’s house arrest till Sept 15
The court turned down an appeal to release Hayrapetyan on bail citing his poor health and the need for medical care.
Russia in talks to supply Armenia with Iskander-M missiles
Earlier, Konstruktorskoye Byuro Mashinostroyeniya said that the systems will not be exported until 2016.