Armenia: Number of active coronavirus cases drops below 7000
172,994 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
Georgia reports nine new coronavirus infections
Since the beginning of the outbreak, 987 people have recovered from the disease, while 17 have died.
Italian Chamber of Deputies ratifies Armenia-EU agreement
The agreement provides a comprehensive framework for Armenia and the bloc to work together.
Armenia sending plane with humanitarian aid to Beirut
According to Nikol Pashinyan, Chief Commissioner for Diaspora Affairs Zareh Sinanyan will leave for Beirut.
At least 11 Armenians killed in Beirut blast
Several hundred members of the Armenian community have been injured or are missing, a cleric said.
Armenia: Covid-19 infections grow by 233 as 406 recover
170,012 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
Krisp raises $5m A round for its voice-isolating algorithm
Krisp’s smart noise suppression tech silences ambient sounds and isolates your voice for calls.
Armenia extending state of emergency for fifth time
Public gatherings are prohibited with the exception of those authorized by the Commandant's office.
Israeli offers medical aid to Lebanon after massive explosion
The mediators who reached out to Lebanon on behalf of Israel were France and the United Nations.
Viva-MTS inaugurates two new service centers
The company said the new service centers offer all the services that subscribers are interested in.
Up to 300,000 left homeless by Beirut explosion
The explosion sent shockwaves across the city, causing widespread damage as far as the outskirts of the capital.
Macron set to travel to Lebanon on August 6
France has sent three planes with search and rescue personnel and medical equipment to Beirut.
The situation is scarier than one can imagine
Family in Beirut hoping to move to Armenia
An Armenian family – one of many – affected by the string of tragedies that has struck Lebanon in the past year is planning to leave the country to start a new life in Armenia. In the past several months, Lebanon has been trapped in the midst of the worst economic crisis in its history, and the two enormous explosions that devastated the port area of Beirut were the last straw.
Armenia will send support to Lebanon; Needs assessment underway
Lebanon is surveying the damage to its capital Beirut after a massive explosion ripped through the city’s port.
Chaarat produced 26,960 ounces of gold from Armenia mine
The company said it took steps to help alleviate the impact of coronavirus in its areas of operations.
England։ Players can be red carded for deliberate coughing
The measures apply to the restart of grassroots football in England amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Armenia reports 288 new coronavirus infections
170,012 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
At least three Armenians killed in deadly Beirut blasts
An Armenian Foreign Ministry spokesperson said the devastation in the Armenian-populated areas is extensive.
US records almost 1,400 new Covid-19 deaths in a single day
The data emerged as Florida, California, North Carolina tallied record-breaking single-day fatality numbers.
Legendary Goalkeeper Iker Casillas retires from football
During his recovery from heart attack, Casillas was given a role on Porto's coaching staff in July 2019.
Germany already in second wave – doctors' association
Germany is currently experiencing a second coronavirus wave, a physicians' association in the country says.
California governor says Armenian school graffiti attack is "sickening"
The profane and racist graffiti attack on San Francisco’s KZV Armenian School was discovered on July 20-21.
Viva-MTS unveils free call service for customers of various businesses
The incoming calls received on the number within the service are charged from the receiving party.
Armenian company awarded NASA license to produce ventilators
The ventilators produced by YEA Engineering will be used in the treatment of Vocid-19 patients.
UN says 1 billion students affected by virus closures
Even before the pandemic, the world faced “a learning crisis,” with 250 million children out of school.
Karabakh reports four new coronavirus infections
181 people have so far recovered from the disease in Karabakh, while 104 others are quarantined.
Trump says U.S. may have coronavirus vaccine by late 2020
President Donald Trump mentioned vaccine candidates from drug companies Pfizer and Moderna.
76-million-year-old dinosaur diagnosed with bone cancer
The malformed end of the dinosaur's fossilized bone was originally thought to be a healing fracture.
China reports 36 new coronavirus cases
For August 3, China reported 21 new asymptomatic patients, compared to 11 a day earlier.
Coronavirus: Active cases in Armenia drop below 8,000
168,164 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
Twitter allegedly used phone numbers to target ads
Twitter estimated probable loss of between $150 million and $250 million in settlement charges.
Report: Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta puts Henrikh Mkhitaryan up for sale
Arsenal are ready to cash in on several first-team stars to raise funds for Mikel Arteta's rebuild.
Ernest Hemingway's published works littered with errors – study
A scholar said the works were crying out for editions that are “as accurate to what he wrote as possible.”
BBC: Iran cover-up of Covid-19 deaths revealed by data leak
The number of deaths from coronavirus in Iran is nearly triple what Iran's government claims.
Spain records 98% drop in tourism
Data showed that the total spend of international tourists visiting Spain in June decreased 98.6%.
Georgia reports two new coronavirus infections
The country has including 17 deaths and 959 recoveries since the beginning of the outbreak.
Italian study finds people can transmit coronavirus to pets
The study found coronavirus antibodies in 3.4% of dogs and 3.9% of cats, showing they were infected with the virus.
Construction of half-built house resumed in border Armenian village
In Aygepar, active work started two weeks ago to complete the construction of a half-built house.
Karabakh coronavirus cases reach 243
179 people have so far recovered from the disease in Karabakh, while 112 others are quarantined.
Rich nations are first in line for Covid-19 vaccines
The U.S., Britain, European Union and Japan have so far secured about 1.3 billion doses of potential vaccines.
Incident between Armenians and Azerbaijanis reported in Toronto
The Armenian Embassy said they strongly condemn the policy adopted by Azerbaijanis to incite incidents.
EU parliament group wants sanctions for Azeri human rights violators
S&D Group vice-president Kati Piri has reacted to unsettling developments on human rights in Azerbaijan.
Armenian Genocide film "The Promise" coming to Netflix on Aug 8
The war drama centers on a love story involving a medical student, a journalist, and an Armenian woman.
Armenia-Azerbaijan border situation remained calm overnight
Eight ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan – 95 shots overall – were registered on the border overnight.
Armenia: 111 Covid-19 recoveries, 8 deaths reported in past 24 hours
167,095 tests have been performed since the beginning of the outbreak in the country.
Global coronavirus cases surpass 18 million
Since the beginning of the outbreak, almost 690,000 people have died globally from Covid-19 complications.
Ameriabank giving out tours for exploring Armenia
The qualifying payments should be for at least AMD 5,000 or its equivalent in foreign currency.
150 ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan registered in past week
The Karabakh troops remained committed to the ceasefire to continue controlling the situation.
Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's death sentence overturned
Judge O. Rogeriee Thompson said the trial judge “fell short” in conducting the jury selection process.
Number of active Covid-19 cases in Armenia down by 24.5% in a month
The number of active coronavirus cases has dropped from 11,000 on July 1 to around 8300 on July 31.