U.S. attorney general nominee may shift marijuana enforcement policy
The booming business of legalized marijuana may be seeing a favorable shift from the Trump administration.
UN chief congratulates re-appointed Armenian PM
António Guterres sent a congratulatory message to Nikol Pashinyan on his appointment as Prime Minister of Armenia.
Mexico pipeline explosion leaves at least 20 killed
The origins of the explosion remain uncertain but it brought home the horrors of huachicol – stolen fuel.
Stress may raise the risk of Alzheimer's disease: study
Sabrina Islamoska and her colleagues published their findings in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease.
Karabakh says frontline troops control contact line situation
The Karabakh frontline units refrained from retaliating continue controlling the situation on the contact line.
Russian-Armenian businessman Ruben Vardanyan joins ACRA Board
“We are pleased that Ruben Vardanyan has accepted ACRA’s offer to join the Board of Directors," said Karl Johansson.
New government taking shape in Armenia
Under one of the decrees, Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Zaruhi Batoyan was appointed Minister of Labor.
Trump: U.S. supports prosperous Armenia at peace with neighbors
"The United States supports a prosperous, democratic Armenia at peace with its neighbors," Trump said in the message.
Turkish Parliament rejects call for probing Armenian editor's murder
Garo Paylan had urged the Turkish parliament to take up the case of the Armenian editor Hrant Dink.
Cancer diagnosis may quadruple suicide risk: study
The risk of suicide is more than four times higher among Americans with cancer than those without the disease, a new study finds.
EU sees positive signal for progress in Karabakh settlement
"The European Union is looking forward to the full implementation of their outcomes," said Maja Kocijancic.
Foreign troop presence decreased by a quarter last year: Iraqi PM
Foreign troop numbers in Iraq fell by a quarter during 2018, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi has said.
Armenia expects new investors and more tourists from UAE: PM
"We expect to see new investors and increased number of tourists coming from the UAE in the near future,” Nikol Pashinyan said.
Highly moral people ‘less likely’ to be funny or laugh at jokes: study
Highly moral people are ‘less likely’ to be funny or laugh at other people’s jokes, new research has claimed.
Rain discovered on Saturn’s moon Titan
So far, Titan is the only celestial body in the solar system, aside from Earth, that homes stable bodies of liquid.
Orthodox Armenians celebrate Christmas in Bethlehem
A procession left from the Armenian Patriarchate in the Old City of Jerusalem and made its way to Manger Square.
Syria's Assad pledges to rebuild Deir ez-Zor Armenian church
The Armenian Genocide Memorial Church in Deir ez-Zor will be rebuilt with state funds, according to a pledge given by Assad.
Many cancer patients have undiagnosed hepatitis B and C
The findings suggest that universal screening for hepatitis B or C may be warranted in community cancer clinics.
British expert says "mood has changed" in Karabakh peace process
Thomas de Waal said the mood has changed in the process of the settlement of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict.
Armenia-China military cooperation discussed in Yerevan
The delegation held meeting with the heads and representatives of the various departments of the Armenian Defense Ministry.
Armenian ex-assistant of Mariah Carey counter-suing the star
Shakhnazaryan claims she was also subjected to "acts of physical abuse" including the "slapping of [her] buttocks and breasts."
Expert reveals why vaping is so dangerous for teens
"How you're delivering [nicotine] and how much you're delivering ... everything you change really matters," she said.
Armenian-American Keshishian to executive produce Netflix series
Along with Murphy, Michael Douglas, who produced the film, will also serve as an executive producer.
Anti-vaccination among top health threats in 2019: WHO
The WHO says that even in nations where the disease was close to eradications, there have been a resurgence of cases.
UN chief hails commitment to Karabakh conflict
Guterres said he welcomes the meeting between the Foreign Minister of Azerbaijan and the Acting Foreign Minister of Armenia.
Syrian army eliminates militants from U.S.-controlled Al-Tanf
The armed militants were trying to sneak past the Syrian Arab Army’s patrol units when they were spotted by the military.
Armenia’s Education Minister to take part in UCLA event
Harutyunyan will take part in a panel discussion celebrating the 50th anniversary of UCLA’s Narekatsi Chair of Armenian Studies.
Prince Philip remains unhurt as his Land Rover flips
Following the collision, Philip saw a doctor at the Queen's Sandringham Estate, where he and the monarch are staying.
Islamic State suffers defeat after losing stronghold in Euphrates
The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) seized the key town of Al-Sousah in the eastern region of the Euphrates River Valley
Arsenal say Mkhitaryan will return to full training next week
Arsenal expect Mkhitaryan to return to full training next week after a month out with a fractured metatarsal.
MP: Army will soon possess weapons with “made in Armenia” label
According to him, just one month after Pashinyan took office, the construction of a a military-industrial plant was initiated.
Armenian President meets Ruler of Dubai in UAE
The Armenian President expressed delight to be visiting the UAE and participating in Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week.
Explosion at Lyon university campus leaves three injured
The building on the La Doua campus in Villeurbanne, north of Lyon city centre, is a science library.
EU, World Bank will invest €700 million in Armenia
The majority of the projects set to be implemented in Armenia are connected with the North-South Road Corridor.
Researchers grow viable human blood vessels
Researchers have developed a way to grow stable, viable human blood vessels from stem cells in the lab.
Motorola Razr phone reportedly making a comeback
Lenovo Group Inc. is partnering with Verizon on a deal to begin selling the new devices in the U.S. as soon as February.
HRW: Human rights challenges for Armenia's new leadership
Armenia’s new government has inherited a country plagued with corruption and myriad human rights problems, HRW said.
Swiss MP says Turkey selling looted Syrian olive oil to fund militia
Bernhard Guhl has told authorities that Turkey could be exporting olive oil plundered in Syria in its military op there.
Alexander Lapshin will spend two months in Armenia
"Landed in Yerevan. Settled in a luxury apartment in the center. Almost 2 months ahead in Armenia and a lot of plans," he said.
Iranian tried to smuggle drug-soaked clothing from Armenia to Canada
The SRV employees first found the 25kg 2-piece luggage at Zvartnots airport in Yerevan on January 10.
Armenian youth behind booze-infused popsicles in U.S.
Nassim Aoude and Michael Melkonian are the young founders of PunchPops, a new Worcester-based company.
Council of Europe chief congratulates Armenian PM
The Council of Europe Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland has sent a congratulatory message to Nikol Pashinyan.
Rocket artillery weapons caches created in Armenia’s border areas
The warehouses will serve the decentralization and storage of ammunition and operational strategic resources.
Sanctions relief removes obstacle to U.S.-Armenia aluminum trade
The mill employs 700 in Yerevan, supports thousands of area families, and exports products to U.S. and other markets.
A summit of Azeri, Armenian leaders would boost Karabakh talks: OCSE
State Secretary for Europe and Foreign Affairs Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne reviewed the outcomes of the talks with the participants.
Armenian startup Renderforest among Top 100 Software Products
The Awards provide the definitive ranking of the best software companies and products worldwide, based on user reviews.
Huawei designs replicas of 12 European cities
Chinese technology giant Huawei is building a brand new campus designed to look like different places in Europe.
Rubens authenticated in the Hague is first discovered in 19 years
The first undiscovered work by Peter Paul Rubens to be found in 19 years has been authenticated in The Netherlands.
Online calculator could help predict breast cancer chances
Around 627,000 women died from breast cancer worldwide in 2018, according to the World Health Organization.
Russia hopes to return citizen with Armenian roots from Azerbaijan
Sergey Lavrov hopes that the issue of the return from Azerbaijan to Russia of Marat Ueldanov-Galustyan.