Armenia’s Mikayel Mikayelyan performs well at Finland-hosted tournament
19-year-old Armenian skier Mikayel Mikayelyan was the first to cross the finish line among other U20 athletes in the men’s 10 km event
Rebel commander killed by Turkish military in Syria: report
The commander was killed during a fierce battle with the Turkish military and their allies near the city of Afrin over the weekend.
Yerevan hosts three Michelin-starred chef as part of Italian Cuisine Week
The seven-day event was aimed at promoting quality Italian cuisine, the agri-food sector and the benefits of the Mediterranean diet.
Rouhani says Iran not succumbing to U.S.
The Iranian president said, "They wanted to turn November 4 into Iran's sad day, but the Iranians resisted against them."
Armenia taking on Liechtenstein in UEFA Nations League second leg
The Armenians defeated Liechtenstein 2:1 in the first leg, but lost to Macedonia 2:0 and to Gibraltar 0:1.
Azerbaijan raises hysteria over Karabakh president's U.S. visit
A wave of hysteria has spread throughout Azerbaijan in connection with the visit of Bako Sahakyan to the United States.
"Strong link" between obesity and smell discovered
A groundbreaking new study out of Otago has revealed there is a "strong link" between a person's weight and their sense of smell.
Armenian refugees from Baku being driven out of Moscow residence
Armenian refugees from Baku are driven out of the old building of Altai Hotel in Moscow where they have been living for 30 years.
Artsakh President meets Armenian Relief Society members in LA
The state building process in Artsakh, regional processes and Homeland-Diaspora ties were discussed.
British scientists develop virus that "kills cancer cells"
It targets both cancer cells and healthy cells that are tricked into protecting the cancer from the immune system.
New Armenian banknotes will be put into circulation Nov 22
New Armenian banknotes will be put into circulation on November 22, the Central Bank has revealed.
Armenia, Philippines reportedly initiate talks for labor deal
“The Embassy wants to be proactive in extending assistance to Filipinos under its jurisdiction,” said Carlos D. Sorreta.
Victoria opposition matches commitment to Armenian Center
ANC-AU - Melbourne Branch Chairman, Asbed Boymoushakian welcomed Davenport's commitment on behalf of the Matthew Guy Opposition.
Kim Kardashian joining John Legend, Chrissy Teigen Christmas special
A Legendary Christmas features your favorite married couple celebrating the season of joy with friends and music performances.
Syrian army "foils militant attack" in northern Hama
Positions for the Syrian army in the villages of Khirba and Zaleen on northern Hama countryside have come under attack.
Mkhitaryan thanks fans for support in Armenia's match vs Gibraltar
"We’re now heading to the final game vs Liechtenstein! Huge thanks to our 12th man - our supporters," he said.
Iran wants better ties with Iraq, Rouhani says
Both countries boast of of three-decade fight against hegemonic powers, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said.
Karen Khachanov says Paris success can push him into tennis’ elite
Khachanov says he believes he now knows what separates the best from the rest – so he knows what he must do.
Yura Movsisyan hails Armenia win vs Gibraltar as team victory
Chicago Fire forward Movsisyan scored four goals for Armenia in a 6-2 decimation of Gibraltar in Group D4 of the UEFA Nations League.
Karabakh: 700 shots fired by Azerbaijan in past week
The Karabakh frontline units continue adhering to the ceasefire and controlling the situation on the contact line.
"Game of Thrones" stars speculate about the end of the show
Michiel Huisman wasn’t on the show in season 7 and was forced him to stay in Meereen to make sure the city didn’t fall apart.
Armenia, Italy’s Leonardo mull cooperation in high tech, education
Leonardo S.p.A. is an Italian global high-tech company and one of the key players in aerospace, defence and security.
Pot-themed products get their time in South Africa
The ruling explicitly forbids dealing in marijuana products, meaning if you don't already have it, you can't buy or sell it.
Short daily mind-body therapy could alter the course of Alzheimer's
The researchers assessed a group of older adults experiencing memory difficulties who practiced 12 minutes per day of meditation.
Syrian army inches closer to large volcano under Islamic State control
The Syrian Arab Army managed to advance more than 1.5 kilometers through the terrorist group’s defenses.
UEFA Nations League: Armenia beats Gibraltar 6:2
Armenia secured a 6:2 victory against Gibraltar in the second leg of a game in the EUFA Nations League on November 16.
U.S. State Department experts on Iran sanctions policy visit Armenia
This visit is the latest in a series of engagements designed to explain U.S. sanctions policy against Iran to governments around the world.
Armenia's Pashinyan, Russia's Putin talk over the phone
The two discussed issues concerning cooperation within various Eurasian integration processes and unions.
Armenia votes against anti-Russian UN resolution on Crimea
It is the third time the Committee which is engaged in social, humanitarian affairs and human rights issues has endorsed such a resolution.
Up to 16 years needed for benefits of quitting smoking to show: study
The research used data from the Framingham Heart Study, a longitudinal study of men and women from Framingham.
Vatican slams Iran sanctions, calls for commitment to obligations
Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher lauded the nuclear deal's role in promotion of peace and stability in the region.
Armenia insists on retaining CSTO chief’s position
“As a CSTO member, we are interested in a strong organization and contribute to this matter,” Mnatsakanyan said.
Academics linked to jailed activist detained in Turkey
Twelve had been rounded up so far in simultaneous raids at several addresses early Friday, a reports revealed.
Armenia repairing road connecting Yerevan to Iranian border
The Armenian government will provide more than some $400,000 to the Ministry of Transport, Communication and IT.
Armenia President talks changing world, tomorrow's leaders in Rome
Sarkissian has said that those, who appreciate the fact of the rapidly changing and developing world will become tomorrow’s leaders.
Armenia acting PM, Defense Minister watch offensive tactical drills
The attacking groups employed new tactics and special techniques in complex geographical and weather conditions.
South Africa province could soon allow alcohol in schools
The Western Cape may soon become the first province to legally allow the sale and consumption of alcohol at school functions
Low-carb diets could be best for losing weight
Among 164 adults in a study, those placed on a low-carb, high-fat diet burned more calories, versus those given high-carb meals
Autism, anxiety among youth in focus of new research
A stepped-care model provides a lower-intensity first step as the initial treatment versus beginning with intensive therapy.
Shoah Foundation shares Armenian Genocide info with LA educators
Sedda Antekelian and Manuk Avedikyan shared information about the educational use of testimony in the Institute’s Visual History Archive.
Armenian-American entrepreneur in Forbes 30 Under 30 list
The 27-year-old woman has studied at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and the Yerevan State University.
Karabakh leader's France visits continues with more meetings
The domestic and foreign policy of Artsakh, as well as the conflict settlement process were high on the agenda.
YouDrive lite launching rental of electric kick scooters in Yerevan
The service will be transformed into a subsidiary to enable itself to enter new markets and receive additional investments.
Syrian army expands assault in northern Hama
The army pounded the trenches of Jaysh Al-‘Izza, scoring a number of direct hits with their artillery shells and missiles.
Victoria Premier pledges $35,000 for Melbourne Armenian Centre
Daniel Andrews has announced that, if re-elected, his government will provide $35,000 funding towards the upgrade of the Centre.
Iran urges Europe "to act on economic liabilities"
Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbass Araqchi says Europe should act on its economic liabilities.
Ralph Lauren to receive British knighthood
Antony Phillipson says Lauren earned the honor because he has played a "key role in forging transatlantic cultural connections."
Syrian army unleashes new attack against Islamic State
The Syrian Arab Army unleashed a large-scale artillery assault against Daesh in eastern Deir Ezzor this morning.
Armenia, Bulgaria discuss military cooperation
At the meeting, the sides summed up cooperation in 2018 and outlines the perspectives for the development of collaboration.
Armenia's Levon Aronian takes 3rd spot at Tata Steel Blitz 2018
Armenian grandmaster Levon Aronian took the third spot at the Tata Steel Chess India blitz tournament in Kolkata.