Syrian rebels to reportedly leave Tanf area to northern Syria
The US-backed Syrian rebels and their families are set to leave Tanf area in southeastern Syria to the country’s north.
Armenian soldier killed in Azerbaijan's shooting
An Armenian contract soldier was killed in Azerbaijan's cross-border fire in Tavush province on Wednesday, September 19.
VivaCell-MTS head unveils personal success story
The meeting served as an important platform to develop tools of efficient management among younger generation.
Armenia ex-President describes relationship with Putin as 'chemistry'
Kocharyan has described his friendship with Russian President Vladimir Putin as "chemistry that can't always be explained."
USAID, Coca-Cola Hellenic Armenia mark World Water Monitoring Day
The USAID Mission Director, the Ararat City Deputy Mayor, the head of Vedi community attended the event.
North and South Korea to seek right to host Olympics together
The leaders reached key agreements on nuclear disarmament and even announced plans to bid to jointly host the 2032 Olympics.
Ural Airlines launching Anapa-Yerevan flights
Ural Airlines is opening several direct flights from Anapa to destinations in the CIS space, such as Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.
Russia formally complains to Israel over downing of plane in Syria
Russia has formally complained to Israel about its air raid which led to the downing of a Russian Il-20 plane.
World's oldest drawing found in South Africa
This is the earliest drawing ever found, and predates those in Europe by about 30,000 years, according to new research.
Japan says continues supporting Iran nuclear deal
The Senior Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan expressed hope for developing cooperation between the two countries.
Cher's video for cover of ABBA’s “SOS” unveiled
Cher‘s video for her cover of ABBA’s “SOS” pays homage to the Swedish pop group’s original with a star-studded cast.
Charlie Nicholas predicts Henrikh Mkhitaryan will score vs Vorskla
Former Arsenal and Celtic striker Charlie Nicholas has predicted that Henrikh Mkhitaryan will score against Vorskla.
U.S. Embassy donates new equipment to rural schools in Armenia
U.S. Ambassador to Armenia Richard M. Mills, Jr. visited the schools of the Armenian villages of Tsiatsan and Amberd.
California businesses investing in Armenian IT sector
A conference on foreign direct investment in the IT sector of Armenia was held for 50 businessmen in California.
Armenia sends condolences over downing of Russian jet in Syria
"We deeply condole with the colleagues, family and friends of 15 Russian servicemen who died," the Foreign Ministry said.
Young Armenian wrestlers take silver medals at World Championships
Armenian wrestlers have already snatched two silver medals at the 2018 Junior World Championships, currently underway in Trnava.
RSF condemns police search of Armenian news website
RSF condemns the search by police of the headquarters of the Yerevan-based Armenian news website Yerevan.Today.
Google to power Renault, Nissan, Mitsubishi vehicles with Android
With a few exceptions, such as Tesla, manufacturer's navigation and other software often leaves much to be desired.
Alzheimer's patients more often hospitalized after antibiotic initiation
Persons with Alzheimer's disease were more often hospitalized than people without AD after antibiotic initiation.
Researchers begin major depression study, recruit 40,000
A group of researchers will search for links between genetics and depression in the largest study of its kind, experts announced.
Zarif calls meeting with former U.S. Secretary "a sign of Iran's influence"
Zarif said the meeting he had with John Kerry was a part of the routine meetings that are "indication of Iran's influence."
PACE Committee briefed on Azeri shelling of Armenian villages
Also, parliament vice speaker Arpine Hovhannisyan has provided information on the situation in the country.
Gerard Depardieu reportedly wants to obtain Turkish citizenship
Gerard Depardieu, a French actor who received Russian citizenship in 2013, now wants to obtain Turkish citizenship, reports say.
New York Times recommends café founded by Armenians in Istanbul
In a new article published on Tuesday, September 18, The New York Times recommends a café it says was founded by Armenians.
Chief of Armenia General Staff, U.S. Military Attaché talk ties
At the meeting in Yerevan, the two discussed issues concerning military cooperation between Armenia and U.S.
100,000-year-old Paleolithic site discovered in Saudi Arabia
Archaeologists have uncovered a 100,000-year-old site in the mountain range south of Riyadh dating back to the Paleolithic period.
Construction of Armenian Genocide monument underway in Idaho
Because the tragedy often slips under the radar of history books, many Armenian-Americans are committed to memorializing the event.
“Selfie hour” among Armenia independence day events
“Selfie hour” will be among the events to be arranged on September 21 when Armenia celebrates the 27th anniversary of independence.
Russia blames downing of plane in Syria on Israel: media
The ministry accused Israeli military planes of deliberately creating a “dangerous” situation near the Syrian city of Latakia.
"Game of Thrones" wins Emmy as outstanding drama series
"Game of Thrones" returned to the 70th annual primetime Emmys to take home the night’s biggest award.
Syrian military confronts missiles in country's west
According to one source, the attack was carried out by a number of armed drones that belonged to the jihadist rebels.
Renovated cemetery shows Armenians' history in Cairo: Reuters
Renovation work is nearly complete on an Armenian cemetery in Cairo whose graves reflect a 100 years of the community’s history.
Australian National University sheds light on Armenian Genocide
ANC-AU visited the exhibition last week, where they shot this Facebook Live video with Assistant Curator, Annette An-Jen Liu.
Sino-Armenian cooperation in focus of King’s College London conference
The conference was organized by The Lau China Institute, King’s College London and British Association for Chinese Studies.
Japanese billionaire confirmed as SpaceX's 1st Moon tourist
The chief executive of Japan's largest online fashion mall, is the country's 18th richest person, according to Forbes.
ANCA-WR endorses Gavin Newsom for California Governor
The ANCA-Western Region Board of Directors was unanimous in its decision to endorse him as the next Governor of California
Austria: EU must do 'everything possible' to avoid hard Brexit
The European Union must do "everything possible to avoid a hard Brexit," Austria's chancellor said on Monday.
Armenia says has not appealed to CSTO over Azerbaijan’s fire
Armenia has notified the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs and the personal representative of the OSCE Chairman-in-Office.
Kurdish forces clash with Islamic State in eastern Syria
Kurdish troops continues fight against the Islamic State in eastern Syria amid stiff resistance from the militant group
Armenian dram stayed stable despite velvet revolution: Pashinyan
Pashinyan said he hopes that the heads of Central Banks will continue their efficient and constructive dialogue for deeper cooperation.
Scientists test wearable regrowth device to tackle hair loss
Hair loss affects millions of people. For some, it is of little concern, but for others, it can impact both self-esteem and confidence.
More than 40,000 Syrians run for govt. office in first vote in 7 years
According to a report from Damascus, more than 40,000 candidates are competing for 18,478 government seats.
Archaeologists discover Ancient sphinx in Egypt
The sphinx, made of sandstone, was found in the Temple of Kom Ombo during work to protect the site from groundwater.
Israel, Turkey holding backchannel talks to restore ties: media
Israel and Turkey are holding backchannel talks in a bid to restore the all-but-severed diplomatic relations between the two nations.
Armenian, Artsakh Foreign Ministers discuss peace process in Karabakh
The sides stressed the importance of arranging consultations between the Foreign Ministry of Armenia and Karabakh.
Islamic State offensive proves successful in west Deir ez-Zor
The Islamic State began their assault on Sunday by storming the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) positions near Badiya Al-Sham.
Azeris must demand that Aliyev’s son serve on Artsakh line: Armenia PM
Pashinyan said the Azerbaijani people do realize that Ilham Aliyev easily escalates the situation on the frontline.
Azerbaijan shoots up one more village in Armenia
“The situation is somewhat similar to that in Tavush [province, the number of shots was lower though,” Hovhannisyan was quoted as saying.
Spokesman says Putin not stepping down
Peskov said that Putin had asked whether Chinese businessman Jack Ma was really planning to step down.
Armenia side “hits” three Azerbaijani troops: PM
The Armenian side has “hit” three Azerbaijani soldiers in retaliation for Azerbaijan’s in the wee hours of September 16, the PM said.