Chinese army won't deploy to Syria for Idlib offensive – envoy
"Some media speculations that China is going to involve in the Syrian conflict emerged. That is a false picture of the Chinese policy," he said.
Smithsonian. Artisan master classes lure tourists to Armenia's countryside
Tourists already include a mix of local Armenians and international travelers from select areas of Russia, China and Europe.
Mkhitaryan reveals what he thinks about Arsenal's defeat to Chelsea
Mkhitaryan has pinpointed Arsenal's mistakes in the match they lost to Chelsea (3:2) and what Gunners learned as a result.
Bridge connecting Erbil and Kirkuk reopens after 10-month halt
The two checkpoints on the bridge are reportedly controlled by both Iraqi and Peshmerga forces, each side in charge of its own one.
Asmik Grigorian stuns Salzburg Festival with Salome performance
Her portrayal of Strauss’ heroine has been met with unanimous praise from critics across the world.
Islamic State starts surprise offensive against Syrian army in Deir ez-Zor
IS began their assault last night when they stormed the defenses of the SAA and SDF near the strategic border-city of Albkamal.
Former UN chief Kofi Annan passes away
Annan served as the UN-Arab League special envoy for Syria in 2012, until he became frustrated with the lack of progress.
Artsakh President, Armenia Chief of General Staff meet in Stepanakert
Issues related to army building and cooperation between the two Armenian states were high on the agenda.
Karabakh updates situation on contact line with Azerbaijan
A 15-member group of Azerbaijani troops recently launched an attempted attack against Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh).
Fox News' Kennedy urges Trump to recognize Armenian Genocide
Lisa Kennedy Montgomery (referred to mononymously as Kennedy) has urged the U.S. President to recognize the Armenian Genocide.
Florida airport shooter who killed five sentenced to life
Bloom called the shootings, “85 seconds of evil,” and Santiago chose not to speak at the hearing, the TV station reported.
Yerevan elections set for September 23
Application for participation in the elections can be submitted by September 3, the Central Commission said.
William Saroyan’s unpublished plays set for L.A. world premiere
“William Saroyan: The Unpublished Plays in Performance” is created by award-winning playwright and director Aram Kouyoumdjian.
Councilmember: Armenian American Museum will be a jewel in Glendale
“The Armenian American Museum is going to be a jewel in our city and a world class center that we are all going to be proud of,” Devine said.
"Game of Thrones" star teases painful goodbye
Emmanuel said this season took longer to shoot than any other, even though it has fewer episodes than the usual ten-episode run.
Iran "powerful enough to counter sanctions", says senior cleric
Iran as a country with huge energy resources is powerful enough to counter the US's unilateral sanctions, a senior cleric said
Fifth-generation MiG fighter jet in the works in Russia
Russia’s MiG Aircraft Corporation is working on the MiG-41 fifth-generation fighter-interceptor, MiG CEO Ilya Tarasenko said.
Artsakh: Azerbaijan’s sabotage has nothing to do with Armenia situation
“Such attempts have been made by Azerbaijan in the past and will be made in the future too,” Davit Babayan said.
Ara Güler's first book of short stories and photographs out in 3 languages
A book that brings together short stories that Güler penned during his early period, and his photographs has recently been published.
Merkel to visit Armenian Genocide memorial in Yerevan
Merkel will hold a high-level meeting with Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, after which the two will give a press conference.
Last Islamic State-held mountain 'attacked' in southern Syria
The Syrian Arab Army began the attack at dusk, scoring a big advance from Tal Alam to the Qabr Sheikh Hussein area.
Prehistoric mummy reveals incredible embalming salve
The Turin mummy, or “Fred,” as it has become known to archaeologists, has been housed in Turin's Egyptian Museum.
Karabakh thwarts Azerbaijan’s sabotage on contact line
A 15-member group of Azerbaijani troops launched an attempted attack against Nagorno Karabakh just after midnight.
Citizen of Guinea detained while trying to cross Turkey-Armenia border
The trespasser was detained and transferred to law enforcement bodies of Armenia, in compliance with the country’s legislation.
Cause of miscarriage revealed in new research
The study showed that this gene mutation impairs the ability of a cell receptor called CLR to interact with a helper protein called RAMP.
Danny Tarkanian says he is not anti-immigrant, cites Armenian heritage
Tarkanian said he supports Trump’s “America-first policies” including the president’s stance on repealing the Affordable Care Act.
Arsenal: Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan on form in training
The video was captioned "Auba and Micki on form in training" and depicted the two players and fellow Gunners in active training in London.
Syrian army spy shows what militant lines in Idlib look like
Videos show army operatives freely moving around the Idlib Governorate, while others show the spies inside militant command meetings.
Syrian army storms last Islamic State stronghold in east Swaida
Storming the militant fortress was possible after heavy artillery and missile shelling that destroyed the group’s defensives.
Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin dies aged 76
Her representative, Gwendolyn Quinn, said she died on Thursday, August 16. The cause was advanced pancreatic cancer.
Armenia ex-President signals return to politics
Second Armenian President Robert Kocharyan who wa charged with "overthrowing the constitutional order", has announced his return to politics.
Pashinyan, Putin discuss Armenia-Russia ties over the phone
The phone conversation between Pashinyan and Putin was initiated by the Armenian side, the Kremlin said.
‘Distant Constellation’ bought by Grasshopper
The distributor plans an Oscar-qualifying run, starting with Metrograph in New York City on Nov. 2 before expanding to other markets.
In 7 months, Armenia collected as much in taxes as it was to do in 2018
Taxes to be collected in 2018 were to grow by AMD 107 billion year-on-year, and we have crossed that limit in seven months,” Ananyan said.
World's oldest cheese unearthed in Egypt
The tomb of Ptahmes, mayor of Memphis in Egypt during the 13th century BC, was initially unearthed in 1885.
Syrian army launches major attack across Idlib province
Units from the Syrian Arab Army’s 4th and 11th divisions began their attack in the Hama province’s northern countryside.
Third Armenian president to also be summoned for questioning
Second President Robert Kocharyan and CSTO Secretary General Yuri Khachaturov were arrested but later released on bail.
Armenia hold on to 100th position in latest FIFA ranking
Armenia's position in the FIFA ranking has remained unchanged after the country dropped two notches in June to take the 100th spot.
Scientists reverse blindness in mice
The congenital blindness was reversed by changing supportive cells in the retina called Muller glia into a photoreceptor cell known as rod.
Powerful blast rocks Idlib after militant ammo depot explodes
The blast took place at a Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham ammo depot that was located near the governor’s mansion in Idlib’s city-center.
Artsakh transfers body of Azerbaijani citizen to Baku
The person’s body was evacuated to Azerbaijan on August 15 under an agreement reached between Artsakh and Azerbaijan.
State Revenue Committee searches office of South Caucasus Railway
Spokesman for South Caucasus Railway Vardan Aloyan confirmed the news in a phone call with PanARMENIAN.Net.
Islamic State reportedly asks for ceasefire in east Sweida
A source from the Syrian army said that the Islamic State asked for a ceasefire to discuss terms of their surrender in eastern Sweida.
Senator blasts Australia's failure to recognize Armenian Genocide
"Eyewitness accounts were brought to us by our very own Australian servicemen who were there at that time," the Senator says.
Glendale OKs Armenian American Museum ground lease agreement
The $1-per-year Ground Lease Agreement will locate the Armenian American Museum in the southwest corner of Glendale Central Park.
Militants set up fortifications in Aleppo 'to fight off Syrian army attack'
The Syrian Liberation Front is a Syrian rebel group formed as a merger of Ahrar al-Sham and the Nour al-Din al-Zenki Movement.
Bodil Biørn's photos of Armenian Genocide now on WikiCommons
Photographs belonging to Bodil Katharine Biørn and relating to the Armenian Genocide are now available on Wikimedia Commons.
Syrian-Armenian refugee invents renewable energy device for aircraft
Bakarian was granted permanent residency in Canada in early 2016. Her life changed for ever when the conflict reached Aleppo.
Armenia, Iran to broaden nano-technology ties
Scientific and academic cooperation between Iran and Armenia has experienced significant progress over the past three years, Sajjadi said.
U.S. expert: Democratic Armenia can maintain good relations with Russia
According to the expert, Russia runs a very good partnership with a number of democratic nations, such as Israel, India or Brazil.