Jack Huston, Jennifer Aniston join Iraq war drama "The Yellow Birds"
The story follows two young soldiers who become friends in boot camp and the elder promises to take care of his buddy.
Armenia, Russia agree to exchange nuclear safety data
Head of Rosatom Sergey Kiriyenko and Armenia's Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Yervand Zakharyan signed the deal.
Facebook checks users' connectivity to filter News Feed
"We're also investing in the best image formats for photo loading," Facebook said, by moving to a Progressive JPEG photo format.
Azerbaijan continues ceasefire violations, uses artillery weapons
Azerbaijani armed forces fired over 1900 shots from firearms, sniper rifles, machine guns, Istiglal anti-materiel rifle.
U.S. Commerce Secretary visits Cuba for embargo talks
Pritzker is the most senior American official to visit Cuba since Secretary of State John Kerry reopened the embassy in Havana in July.
Microsoft debuts its first laptop, Surface Book
The Windows 10 machine has a 13.5-inch display with an eye-watering pixel density of 267PPI, optically bonded so it appears very close to the glass.
Yemen's Houthi rebels announce commitment to UN peace plan
The letter commits to the seven Muscat principles, including a ceasefire, the removal of armed militias from the cities.
Facebook plans satellite in 2016, Zuckerberg says
Facebook and Eutelsat, a satellite operator, announced their collaboration on a new satellite called the Amos-6.
Ex-UN chief charged with taking bribes from Chinese billionaire
Prosecutors said John Ashe "converted the UN into a platform for profit" as he helped real estate mogul Ng Lap Seng gain government contracts.
Arrest warrants issued for 9 suspects in Dink murder
The prosecutors who worked on the case ignored serious allegations of the involvement of top police officers in the murder.
Germany accused of underplaying migrant sex crime reports
German authorities appear anxious to avoid giving extreme-right groups any opportunity to stir up hostility towards migrants.
OSCE MG Co-chair backs calls to decrease tension at contact line
“Confidence building measures and people-to-people programs reduce tensions and lay the basis for a lasting peace,” Warlick said.
Hungary's 1st democratically elected president dies at 93
Arpad Goncz was elected by the parliament twice, in 1990 and 1995, and was credited with helping enforce the fledgling democratic constitution.
U.S. military takes responsibility for deadly strike on Afghan hospital
The strike on an Afghan hospital run by Doctors Without Borders killed 22 people and deeply angered the medical charity.
EU launches operation to intercept migrant smugglers' boats
Under Operation Sophia, naval vessels will be able to board, search, seize and divert vessels suspected of being used for human trafficking.
NATO rejects Moscow's explanation on Turkey airspace
The incidents underscore the risks of a further escalation of the Syrian civil war, as Russian and U.S. warplanes fly combat missions over the same country.
iPad Pro release date set for early November, reports suggest
As well as adopting a new, laptop-inspired form factor, the iPad Pro will mark the introduction of a new Apple stylus.
Microsoft unveils wearable holograms
The wearable holograms – teased in the Project X-ray game – are built around a small controller and are visible only to HoloLens wearers.
Elvis Presley’s 24-karat gold piano expected to top $500,000 at auction
The piano along with the matching bench has been on display at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville for years.
Stephenie Meyer announces a new "Twilight" novel
The author explained that she decided to swap the genders because of the critics who called Bella a typical damsel in distress.
Armenian delegation to PACE slams pro-Azerbaijani report on Karabakh
“Our requirement is logical, and we want the Assembly to further cooperate with Nagorno Karabakh,” Hermine Naghdalyan said.
Robert M. Morgenthau: Armenians firm in quest for self-determination
“I am honored in more ways than I can recount to be asked to accept the Wallenberg Medal on behalf of my grandfather,” he said.
Ex-President against constitutional reforms in Armenia
This is a huge mistake, the consequences of which are extremely dangerous for the future of Armenia,” Kocharian said in an interview.
Last Armenians of Raqqa escape to Aleppo, Latakia
To avoid air strikes, the terrorists use people’s apartments as hideouts; several major militant groups are said to be headed for Iraq.
National Assembly approves $4 mln Yerevan street lighting loan deal
The project envisages energy-efficient street lighting, with automatic control system set to be installed on 28 streets in Yerevan.
Lausanne's Mudac, Musée de l’Elysée announce new space
"Design me two museums” was the request made to twenty-one international architects selected from a hundred and forty nine initial applicants.
Nuclear deal to boost Iran-Armenia economic ties: official
“Armenia has developed excellent relations with Iran since its independence,” Deputy Foreign Minister Sarmadi said.
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza hosts "Edvard Munch. Archetypes" exhibit
The show brings together a selection of eighty works by the artist, who is hailed today as one of the fathers of modern art.
EEU technical regulations to be applied on Armenian goods
Eurasian Economic Commission board member Karine Minasyan presented changes in the EEU technical regulations.
Nobel Prize in Physics celebrates work on neutrinos
Takaaki Kajita and Arthur B. McDonald discovered that the ubiquitous but elusive subatomic particles known as neutrinos have mass.
Edward Snowden says ready to go to prison in U.S.
Asked whether he actively discusses deal with the government, Snowden replied, "We're still waiting for them to call us back."
Apple unveils App Thinning feature to deal with limited iPhone storage
The App Thinning feature was quietly rolled out along with iOS 9.0.2, an incremental update that was issued to iron out bugs and glitches.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow begins rollout to Nexus users
Android 6.0 will come preloaded on Google's new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P smartphones, which were announced at an event on September 29.
Armenia boasts lowest inflation rate among EEU countries
In August 2015, consumer prices for goods and services across EEU grew by 13.9% against the same period of 2014.
Toyota unwraps self-driving cars, pledges to sell them by 2020
Toyota's plans are part of a larger Japanese government initiative to pioneer automated driving in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
EAFJD calls on OSCE to condemn Azeri ceasefire violations
EAFJD calls on the Minsk Group Co-chairs to objectively point at the side that violates the ceasefire or blocks a constructive peace process.
Communism drama "Trumbo" new trailer features Bryan Cranston
The movie centers on a Hollywood scriptwriter, Dalton Trumbo, who is blacklisted for his political belief.
Amazon Studios nabs SXSW indie “Creative Control”
The film tells the story of an advertising executive (played by Benjamin Dickinson) testing a pair of new virtual reality glasses.
Sharp announces robot smartphone RoboHon
RoboHon is an eight-inch-high robot with a 2-inch screen on the back and a camera and projector built into its face.
David Bowie unveils brand new song, “Blackstar”
This is Bowie's first taster of new material since the bonus footage on his stunning 2013 comeback album, “The Next Day.”
IS claims responsibility for car bombing in Iraq's Basra
IS controls large swaths of Iraq's north and west, including its second-largest city of Mosul and most of Anbar province.
Reddit launching own standalone news website called Upvoted
Right now, reading news on Reddit is all about links listed in a threaded layout within sub-reddits that take you out to other sites.
Kurt Cobain's unreleased solo recording of "Sappy" lands online
The demo version of "Sappy" will be included on the companion album to HBO's documentary "Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck".
Turkey’s Erdogan seeks EU support for Syria buffer, no-fly zones
European Council President Donald Tusk said "Europe stands ready to help Ankara, but Turkey needs to be equally ready to act.”
Jack Dorsey named full-time CEO of Twitter
His predecessor Dick Costolo has tweeted his approval of the appointment, describing Dorsey as a "calm and thoughtful leader".
1 Turkish soldier killed, 23 wounded in clashes with PKK militants
The soldiers were injured after PKK militants detonated a roadside bomb in Turkey's southeastern Diyarbakır province.
Samsung's Galaxy S7 “to run off Snapdragon 820 chip”
One of the most prevalent rumours about the handset concerns its release date, with multiple sourcing tipping it to launch in late February.
Russian volunteer forces to join fight in Syria: Kremlin
American military officials said they believed that more than 600 Russian military personnel were already on the ground in Syria.
Azerbaijan continuously violates ceasefire in Karabakh conflict zone
100 ceasefire violations by Azerbaijani troops were registered, with over 2000 shots fired from various caliber weapons.
A24 to release Anton Yelchin’s thriller “Green Room” on Apr 1
“The horror-thriller stars Patrick Stewart as a diabolical club owner who squares off against an unsuspecting but resilient young punk band.