Henrikh Mkhitaryan scores long-awaited first Manchester United goal
He nicked the ball in the centre circle, drove forward, leaving three defenders in his slipstream before slotting calmly past the advancing keeper.
ACBA Credit Agricole Bank launches new app for scanning QR codes
Through the app, users can not only read QR codes, but also remember previously-read URLs by dates and immediately use them if need be.
New irrigation system installed in Chinari border community
A new water supply system was launched in the village in spring: a new water reservoir, a pumping station and a 300m-long pipe were built.
HayPost, ACRA Credit Reporting launch cooperation
Now, thanks to the collaboration, the customers will be able to save time and get the credit reports from a post office nearby.
Ex-AC/DC drummer announces UK tour, shares new vid
The sticksman will be hitting the road for six shows kicking off at Manchester Band On The Wall on May 21.
St. Vincent has scored Kristen Stewart’s short film “Come Swim”
The movie will premiere at Sundance film festival next year and is the first time Stewart has acted as director on a film.
Fresh efforts needed for Karabakh settlement, OSCE chief says
Federica Mogherini said that the 28-nation bloc is anticipating some progress in the process of the Karabakh conflict settlement.
Samsung's Galaxy S8 might come with edge-to-edge display
The bezel-less displays will provide more viewing real estate while a virtual home button will be buried in the glass in the the lower section.
Chiwetel Ejiofor’s Netflix drama “Come Sunday” adds cast
Ejiofor stars as Carlton Pearson, a popular evangelical minister whose services drew as many as 5,000 people.
“The Fits,” “Neon Bull” nommed for Cinema Eye Heterodox Honors
The award honors films that actively blur the line between narrative fiction and documentary.
Chrome for Android lets you download web pages to read them offline
The new features were first announced in September as part of a push by Google focused on the Indian market.
David Bowie 70th b’day concerts to be staged in London, NY, Tokyo
Each event will “aid local charities,” and features “a core two dozen musicians travelling plus many local, regional, and national musicians.”
Wild giraffes on edge of extinction as numbers plummet by 40%
"As one of the world's most iconic animals, it is time that we stick our neck out for the giraffe before it is too late," said IUCN.
Syria's Assad says Aleppo victory a "huge step" in ending war
Assad said he was confident of victory in Aleppo, though he admitted retaking the city would not end the country's conflict entirely.
2016’s most viewed music videos revealed
YouTube’s most-viewed video worldwide was Fifth Harmony’s ‘Work from Home’, which came third in Vevo’s countdown.
Sony's PlayStation 4 sales top 50 million units
Sony launched the PS4 Pro, a new iteration of the console with upgraded hardware that supports 4K resolution, just under a month ago.
ICRC representatives visit Armenian hostage in Baku
Zara Amatuni from the ICRC's Yerevan office said that Baghdasaryan and his family exchanged information through the ICRC employees.
German steel giant ThyssenKrupp secrets stolen in cyber attack
ThyssenKrupp, one of the world's largest steel makers, attributed the breaches to unnamed attackers located in southeast Asia.
David Oyelowo, Rosamund Pike in “A United Kingdom” trailer
The drama tells the story of a member of a royal family who shocked the world when he married a white British bank clerk in 1948.
Gaumont to remake South Korean zombie hit “Train to Busan”
Critically acclaimed animator Yeon Sang-ho made his live-action directorial debut with “Train to Busan.”
Cult classic “Little Shop of Horrors” to get remake at Warner Bros.
The film revolved around a clumsy young man who raises a plant, discovers it is carnivorous, and kills to keep it fed.
Samuel L. Jackson, “Miss Sloane” give solid start to Dubai Film Fest
Films in 40 languages from 55 countries are screening, more than 70 of which are Middle East premiers.
EU grants visa-free travel to Ukraine, Georgia
Officials said the deal had been struck to end an internal EU dispute that had been holding up the promised measures.
Apple's top selling apps of 2016 unveiled
Candy Crush Saga was announced as the top grossing app of the year, while Minecraft was crowned as the top paid download.
Parliament approves Armenia state budget for 2017
Prior to the vote, several opposition MPs called for boycotting the government-proposed document and blocking it.
New report suggests a reason for Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 explosions
Samsung permanently ceased sales of the device back in October, just a day after announcing a temporary halt amid 'safe' device failures.
Golden Globes: Three Armenian films submitted for consideration
"Hot Country, Cold Winter" was an official selection for the main competition of the 2015 Tallinn International Film Festival in Estonia.
Pablo Larrain biopic “Neruda” wins big at Fenix Awards
The 3rd edition of the Fenix Awards, held in Mexico City, honors the best in cinema from Latin America, Spain and Portugal.
Mel Gibson's “Hacksaw Ridge” sweeps Australian Academy Awards
Gibson, who last won accolades as a director two decades ago for “Braveheart”, was emotional in his acceptance speech.
Monitoring: Baku refuses to take OSCE mission members to frontlines
From the Karabakh defense army positions, the monitoring was conducted by Ghenadie Petrica (Moldova) and Khristo Khristov (Bulgaria).
“Pete’s Dragon” tops Disney trio of best-selling discs
After two weeks at No. 1, Walt Disney Studios’ “Finding Dory” finally slipped a notch on the national home video sales charts.
Comedienne Kate McKinnon to star in Amblin’s “The Lunch Witch”
Based on the book by Deb Lucke, the story follows Grunhilda, who has inherited generations worth of magical recipes.
Secrets of Egyptian mummies virtually unwrapped in Australia
A dual-energy computed tomography (CT) scanner was used to obtain thousands of slices of images of the mummies.
Sony picks up buzzy comic book miniseries “A.D.: After Death”
The comic is set in a future where a genetic cure for death has changed society and centers on a man frustrated by his never-ending life.
UK, U.S. spies targeted airline passengers' mobiles, report says
In 2012, at least 27 airlines allowed passengers to use mobile phones on board, including British Airways, Aeroflot, Etihad, Cathay Pacific.
Karabakh readies restoration project for Persian mosque
According to the Deputy Economy Minister, the renovation of the mosque is essential in terms of protecting the cultural heritage of Karabakh.
New “Fifty Shades Darker” trailer hits the web
"Fifty Shades Darker" follows a wounded Christian who tries to entice a cautious Ana back into his life.
Israel's Netanyahu rejects Paris meeting with Abbas
Diplomats said that Francois Hollande was also planning to call U.S. President Barack Obama to discuss the issue.
Life expectancy in U.S. drops for first time since AIDS crisis peak
"This is unusual," said Jiaquan Xu, an epidemiologist at the NCHS, which is part of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Indonesian quake toll passes 100, rescue efforts resume
Aceh was devastated by a massive earthquake and tsunami centered on its western coast near Banda Aceh on December 26, 2004.
NASA mission to study Earth's “breathing” from space
The satellite will float 22,000 miles above the equator and examine both solar-based fluorescence as well as gas levels in the atmosphere.
40 ceasefire violations by Azeri army registered overnight
Karabakh army units retaliated to suppress the rival's attacks and continued controlling the situation along the contact line.
Scientists find bacteria resistant to last-ditch drug treatments
Plenty of research is underway to develop both more sophisticated antibiotics and treatments that avoid antibiotics altogether.
Johnny Depp named most overpaid actor for 2nd year in a row
Depp last starred in Disney’s “Alice Through the Looking Glass,” which generated a disappointing $300 million worldwide on a $170 million budget.
Israeli Knesset votes to advance West Bank settler homes bill
Some 400,000 Israeli settlers currently live in the West Bank, excluding annexed east Jerusalem, along with 2.6 million Palestinians.
Alicia Vikander-starring "Tomb Raider" remake finds its villain
WB recently announced the pic would be released on March 16, 2018 with Norwegian director Roar Uthaug helming.
British lawmakers vote to back PM May's Brexit timetable
May has come under pressure from lawmakers and investors to set out a broad picture of how she sees UK's future relationship with the EU.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft sends pics of Saturn's north pole
As Cassini winds down its 20-year mission to Saturn, the spacecraft will maneuver into a series of weeklong orbits.
Kremlin says Russia privatises 19.5% of oil giant Rosneft
Dmitry Peskov said that its investors were the Swiss commodities giant Glencore Consortium and Qatar's sovereign fund.
Microsoft has major plans for VR, AR in 2017
Microsoft announced earlier this year that it would be opening up its Windows Holographic platform to other device makers.