Islamic State ambushes Syrian troops in country's east
The IS has ambushed a group of soldiers from the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the eastern region of Syria.
Jamie Oliver restaurant empire collapses
Jamie Oliver’s restaurant empire is calling in administrators, putting more than 1,000 jobs at risk.
Mkhitaryan won't travel to Baku for Arsenal's Europa League final
Henrikh Mkhitaryan will not be travelling with Arsenal for their Uefa Europa League final against Chelsea.
Russian-Armenian scholar among Forbes 30 under 30
author of research in the field of physics Elizaveta Melik-Gaikazyan is listed in the Science and Technology category
Yerevan: Azerbaijan’s refusal to provide visas to Armenians is racist
Anna Naghdalyan has described Azerbaijan’s refusal to grant visas to Arsenal’s fans who may have Armenian roots as racism.
Security Council chief meets Armenian community leaders in DC
Grigoryan presented the details of his working visit, the meetings he held and whose he was planning to have.
George RR Martin teases what’s next after "Game of Thrones"
Outside of his books, TV shows, and films, Martin also teases his involvement in an upcoming video game.
OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs will travel to Armenia, Artsakh in late May
The co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group will visit the region at the end of May and set to travel to Artsakh too.
Merkel inspects NATO troops in Germany
Much of the major hardware the Bundeswehr has to offer took part in an impressively coordinated half-hour display.
Ukraine urges U.S. to increase sanctions on Russia
The US is a powerful and serious partner for Ukraine, first of all, in overcoming Russia's aggression, he said.
Short ultrasound pulses improve drug delivery to brain: study
A new focused ultrasound approach — low-energy, rapid, short-pulsed ultrasound — can open the blood–brain barrier.
Pashinyan: Armenia badly needs a truly independent judicial system
Nikol Pashinyan has said that Armenia badly needs a truly independent and impartial judicial system.
AI diagnoses lung cancer better than specialist doctors
Artificial intelligence is better than specialist doctors at diagnosing lung cancer, a US study suggests.
Serj Tankian and Tom Morello pay tribute to Chris Cornell
Tom Morello and Serj Tankian joined forces onstage at the Sonic Temple festival with a moving rendition of "Like A Stone".
Azerbaijan envoy says Mkhitaryan's safety guaranteed in Baku
The issue may be debatable, but whether a player feels safe deserves to be his call and his call alone.
Syrian army prepares to launch new offensive in country's northwestern
The Syrian army and their allies are preparing to launch the second phase of their northwestern Syria offensive.
Smokers reportedly have higher risk for multiple strokes
Smoking has long been linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and serious cardiac events like heart attacks and strokes.
Drinking fruit juice could increase mortality risk: study
Think about it, you get to have a nice, tasty and refreshing drink while also staying healthy since it’s mostly made of fruits
Iran responds to Trump for tweeting "genocidal taunts"
The Iranian foreign minister, Javad Zarif, has hit back at Donald Trump for his “genocidal taunts”.
Armenian PM congratulates Ukraine's new President
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan congratulated Ukraine's Volodymyr Zelensky on assuming the office of President.
World's biggest cave is even bigger than previously thought
A trio of British divers ventured to Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park to explore the cave's waterways.
Sweden wants Assange to be detained in absentia
Assange, who denies the accusation, was arrested in London last month after spending seven years inside the embassy.
Breakthrough treatment could make cancer "manageable"
The first drugs designed to stop cancer cells becoming resistant to treatment may be available within the next decade.
Pashinyan urges demonstrators to restore access to Armenian courts
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has asked demonstrators to open entrance to the country's courts.
PM says judicial system in Armenia not legitimate
In a live address on Monday, the PM addressed demonstrators blocking access to courts across the country.
Volodymyr Zelensky sworn in as Ukrainian president
Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky has been sworn in as Ukraine's new president at a ceremony in the capital Kiev.
Turkey's Christians destroyed in 30-year genocide: Israeli Researchers
Greek, Armenian, and Assyrian Christians predominated in the region before its colonisation by Turkic Muslims.
Expert: Armenia PM falling back on populism
Schenkkan accused Pashinyan of populism after he called on the people to block access to courts across the country.
Turkish-backed rebels "suffer big losses in Hama"
Upon arrival, the Turkish-backed rebels attempted to reclaim these lost areas near the key town of Kafr Naboudeh.
Pashinyan stops by a court in Yerevan, chats with demonstrators
The PM observed the situation and left almost immediately, promising to provide more details at noon.
President: Court system too must reflect Armenians’ will
President Armen Sarkissian urged Armenians to maintain peace, adhere to the Constitution and the laws.
Demonstrators block access to courts across Armenia
Pashinyan’s call for blocking the court entrances came after a judge ordered the release of Robert Kocharyan.
Iran becomes permanent member of CIS
Iran is now the permanent member of Commonwealth of Independent States, the Deputy Transport Minister said.
Jailed Armenian ex-President set to be released soon
Kocharyan, who was the President of Armenia in 1998–2008, is accused of overthrowing the constitutional order and money laundering.
Karabakh troops remain committed to ceasefire
The Karabakh frontline remained committed to the ceasefire to continue controlling the situation on the contact line.
Kim Kardashian reveals name of fourth child with Kanye West
Kim Kardashian West and her husband, the musician Kanye West, have named their new child Psalm after its recent birth via surrogate.
Movie theater with actual beds opens in Switzerland
Of course, the cinema has the latest technology like IMAX laser and Dolby Atmos and serves gourmet foods.
SME Banking Club’s Caucasus’19 conference features Ameriabank
The SME Banking Club held Caucasus’19, the fifth annual regional banking conference in Caucasus region, in Tbilisi.
IMF OKs $250 mln stand-by arrangement for Armenia
Upon the Board's approval, an amount equivalent to about $35.5 mln becomes immediately available to Armenia.
Colon cancer increasingly striking younger adults: study
The rise in colon cases among younger adults that's been seen in the United States is also occurring in wealthier nations worldwide
Armenian woman to be named first ever female supt at Glendale Unified
Seventeen men have held the position of Glendale Unified School District superintendent, dating back to Richardson D. White in 1913.
Azerbaijan FA says Mkhitaryan’s security is “guaranteed” in Baku
Elkhan Mammadov, the general secretary of the Azerbaijan FA, said Mkhitaryan’s security is “guaranteed” in Baku.
Play about Armenian Genocide to have U.S. debut in June
Odette, a Rwandan-Canadian filmmaker, travels to Turkey to investigate stories of genocide for an upcoming film.
Syrian air defenses "activated over suspected Israeli airstrikes"
According to the Syrian military, they are engaging enemy projectiles that they suspect are from the Israeli Air Force.
Trump may replace Green Card with "Build America" visa
unveiled a new merit and points-based immigration policy that seeks to increase the quota for highly-skilled workers from 12-57%.
Millennials are more depressed than Gen X: study
More than eight in 10 millennials said they considered themselves to be in good or excellent health.
Armenia warns against denigration of genocide victims
"We should be resolute about condemning denigration of victims and justification of heinous crimes," the Minister said.
Iker Casillas tells fans to "relax" after retirement rumors spread
Casillas told football fans to “relax” after rumours spread on Friday that the veteran goalkeeper was on the verge of retiring.
UEFA defends decision to hold Europa League final in Baku
The decision to host the fixture some 2,800 miles away from London has thrown up plenty of issues.
Puzzling could make short-term memory "eight years younger"
researchers discovered the more regularly over-50s played puzzles, the better their brain function was likely to be.