Faraday Future teases first production race car in action
In the video, it's hard to get a good look at the car because it's camouflaged in the kind of wrapping that companies use during testing.
Uber vows to develop flying taxi service by 2026
Uber claim taxis would completely reduce commuting times, and say their aircraft will complete an over two hour ride in just 15 minutes.
Sport Minister proposes holding Serj Tankian concert in Tsaghkadzor
Addressing a tourism conference, Rostomyan said there are no entertainment centers for the youth doing sports in Tsaghkadzor.
TrustNordisk acquires Fenar Ahmad’s action thriller “Darkland”
“Darkland” stars as a successful surgeon who has it all and sets off to avenge the murder of his brother.
Mourinho sure Mkhitaryan will become top player for Manchester United
Mourinho confirmed that Mkhitaryan is no longer injured, telling reporters that he is working hard on his fitness behind the scenes.
“Look Who's Back,” “Man Called Ove” nommed for Best European Comedy
The animated nominees were chosen by a committee that selected from a list provided by Cartoon, the European Association of Animation Film.
Turkey launches probe into pro-Kurdish leader
Gultan Kisanak and Firat Anli, co-mayors of the southeastern city of Diyarbakir, were taken into custody as part of a "terrorism" probe.
Spike TV lands “Waco” miniseries starring Taylor Kitsch
The series will be based on the harrowing true story of the 1993 FBI siege of the religious sect in Waco that resulted in a deadly shootout and fire.
DMG nabs Brandon Sanderson’s acclaimed novel series, “Cosmere”
The books are a mixture of sci-fi and fantasy, and they unfold in a number of different worlds and time periods.
Europe urges Facebook to stop exploiting WhatsApp data
The privacy watchdogs are set to discuss both matters at the first meeting of their enforcement subgroup in November.
Modernist Syed Haider Raza's masterpiece for sale at Bonhams
Syed Haider Raza (1922-2016, India) was a founding member of the Progressive Artists Group formed in Bombay in 1947.
The story of Judo
When weakness is not a verdict
October 28 was chosen by the International Judo Federation to celebrate the World Judo Day. The 2016 theme is Judo for the World. Previous themes were Unity (2015), Honor (2014), Perseverance (2013), Judo for All (2012) and Respect (2011) for the day, which is dedicated to coaches, fans, judoka and everyone with a passion for one of the world’s most widely practiced sports.
Regular flights to connect Yerevan, Brussels starting from 2017
Brussels Airlines confirmed it will be realizing non-regular flights once a week between December 10, 2016 and March 31, 2017.
“Castle” star Stana Katic to topline AXN drama “Absentia”
The crime thriller follows an FBI agent (Katic) who disappears while hunting one of Boston's most notorious serial killers.
A24 acquires Robert Pattinson-starring “Good Time”
The film follows a bank robber’s race to evade the police dragnet that threatens to send him behind bars.
Iran executed three Turks days after Erdogan's visit
The information about the executions was first received by the Iran Human Rights, which closely monitors Iran’s use of capital punishment.
“Deadpool 2” circling “John Wick” helmer
David Leitch is also attached to direct Chris Pratt in “Cowboy Ninja Viking” and Sony’s adaptation of acclaimed comic book “Bloodshot”.
Works from collection of Tommy Hilfiger to be offered at Phillips
Throughout his illustrious career in fashion, Tommy Hilfiger has been a passionate collector of contemporary art.
Legendary German artist Werner Büttner works on view in NY
“Poor Souls” marks his first New York exhibition since 1986, including new collage and painting.
Jury awards $70M in Johnson & Johnson talcum powder cancer case
Earlier this year, the company lost $72 million and $55 million in the first two talc claims in St. Louis.
EU lawmakers urge Turkey to respect press freedom
Meeting in Strasbourg, the parliamentarians passed a resolution calling on Turkey to "narrow the scope of the emergency measures."
Jesus Christ's “burial slab” found in Jerusalem church
National Geographic is filming the restoration process for the Explorer series, which will air in November.
Syrian rebels launch Aleppo offensive to break siege
The assault started with a barrage of rocket fire into the government-held side of the battered city that killed at least 15 civilians.
Iraqi army retook 40 villages from IS near Mosul, U.S. says
U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Matthew C. Isler said Iraqi troops are consolidating gains made east and south of the city earlier this week.
“Age of Adaline” helmer set for Blackfriars Massacre movie
The film follows an uptight Boston police detective assigned to protect Bobby Zachary, the lone survivor of the infamous 1978 mob hit.
Warner Bros. , Team Downey set writers’ room for “Sherlock Holmes 3”
Downey is attached to star and Jude Law, who played Watson in the previous pics, is also expected to return.
Military cooperation in focus of Armenia-Iran meeting
At the meeting in Yerevan, the two also dwelled upon regional and international issues, the Defense Ministry said in a statement.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos loses $3 bn in a single hour
Amazon’s net income for the three months ending on Sept. 30 was 52 cents per share, well below analysts’ expectation of 78 cents per share.
Armenians' lahmadjo restaurants cause culinary stir in Turkey
Lahmadjo is a thin circular piece of dough topped with minced meat or lamb, tomatoes, parsley and spices which is then baked.
Mkhitaryan vows to earn own place in Manchester United
Henrikh Mkhitaryan has vowed to fight for his spot in the Manchester United lineup despite not featuring for his new club in six weeks.
UN to launch talks on nuclear weapons ban
Opponents argued that nuclear disarmament should be addressed within negotiations on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Explosion rocks Iran-Turkey pipeline; gas flow halted
Sabotage is common on pipelines leading into Turkey from Iran and Iraq, where the Kurdistan Workers' Party armed group is based.
Social Democratic Hunchakian Party endorses Hillary Clinton
The Party's Executive Committee expressed hope that on the issue of the Genocide, she reverts to the position she held as a Senator.
“Fargo” adds comedian Jim Gaffigan to season 3 cast
Season three of Fargo has been rumored to take place in 2010, following the events of the breakout drama's freshman season.
Apple brings touch control functions to Mac laptops
The new Touch Bar, which is both a narrow display and a control panel, replaces the old physical function keys on a traditional laptop.
“Diamond Island,” “‘Lady of the Lake” win Mumbai Film Fest
Alankrita Shrivastava won the Oxfam Award for best film on gender equality for Tokyo selection “Lipstick Under my Burkha”.
Five schools attacked in Syria since October 11: UNICEF
“Today’s reports of attacks on schools in Douma and western Aleppo should deepen our disgust and outrage," UNICEF said.
Armenia, Russia look to expand trade and economic ties
Karen Karapetyan met with Dmitry Medvedev in Minsk to discuss the deepening of bilateral trade and economic relations.
Ang Lee's "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" unveils new trailer
The trailer highlights the flashback sequences from the war days of 19-year-old private Billy Lynn, who is portrayed by newcomer Joe Alwyn.
“Mummy” star joins Johnny Depp in “Murder on the Orient Express”
The story introduces Belgian detective Hercule Poirot who must solve a murder while being surrounded by duplicitous passengers.
Armenian legend Charles Aznavour gets honorary Hollywood Star
The star is not on Hollywood Boulevard's main Walk of Fame but rather consists of a symbolic star dedicated by the Armenian community.
“Will & Grace” Emmy-winning comedy revival in the works at NBC
In its heyday, the stars earned $600,000 per episode to do the series — on top of points on the back-end.
J.K. Rowling's “Cormoran Strike” to get series treatment at HBO
"Cormoran" is a crime fiction that features many mystery cases of private investigator Cormoran Strike.
Samsung maintains smartphone lead despite massive recall
Samsung had a 20 percent market share in the quarter, well ahead of number two vendor Apple, according to reports.
Felicity Jones leads rebel alliance in “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” pic
The film follows Jyn Erso, a Rebellion soldier and criminal who is about to experience her biggest challenge yet.
Steven Spielberg’s Amblin to adapt “My Magical Life” novel
The movie will center on an 11-year-old who has magical powers, just like everyone else in his family, but has trouble harnessing his abilities.
Armenian lifter gets Olympic silver after Belarusian fails doping test
At the Olympics back in 2008, Martirosyan lifted 177 kg in the snatch, 203 kg in the clean & jerk and 380 kg in the total. He won a bronze medal.
Willem Defoe to topline Daniel Graham’s “Opus Zero”
Dafoe will play a musicologist grieving over the demise of his father who settles in the town of Real de Catorce, San Luis Potosi.
NSV, DShK machine guns used by Azeris in overnight shelling
The Karabakh frontline troops continue controlling the situation on the contact line retaliating only in case of extreme necessity.
World's largest marine reserve to be created in Antarctica
The U.S. and New Zealand have been pushing for a marine reserve for years. They first submitted a joint proposal in 2012.