Former Georgian President Saakashvili Charged with Violent Dispersal of 2007 Protests

Hetq.am 10 hours ago

The Office of the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia reports that it has filed criminal charges against the former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili.

Mediators’ Peace Plan ‘Unacceptable’ To Karabakh Armenians

Azatutyun.am 12 hours ago

A key member of Nagorno-Karabakh’s Armenian-backed leadership has publicly spoken out against an Armenian-Azerbaijani peace formula that has been advanced by the United States, Russia and France for almost a decade.

Georgia Thanks Armenia For Energy Relief

Azatutyun.am 12 hours ago

Georgia thanked Armenia on Monday for helping to restore electricity supplies in the country that were disrupted the previous night by reported accidents in the Georgian power distribution network.

Diaspora Tycoon Slams Armenian ‘Monopolies’

Azatutyun.am 12 hours ago

A prominent Armenian-American businessman sounded alarm bells on Monday over what he sees as a lack of competition in Armenia, saying that it could spell serious trouble for the country’s economy.

'Star Wars holograms' edge closer to reality: Gadget lets you watch 3D objects floating in space from any angle

Tert.am 13 hours ago

“When you actually stand there with them floating in front of you they have a life that you connect to in a very different way than you would with a film or video, or even a 3D film…”

Administrative Court’s decision was not a surprise to Mher Arshakyan

Aravot.am Law 14 hours ago

“In this case, yes, the justice won. But whether confidence in the judicial system emerged or not, is hard to say with one case. In this case, justice was achieved. Whether justice will be achieved for other cases...

“Putin first time told the truth.”

Aravot.am World 14 hours ago

ANM Board member, Hovhannes Igityan, thinks that the only party that has a chance to make a change of power in Armenia is Russia “It is clear that a harsh condition is put forward before Armenia by the founding...

Lloyds fined £218m over Libor rigging scandal

Tert.am 14 hours ago

The FCA fined Lloyds £105m. It said the fine was the "joint third-highest ever imposed" by the organization or its predecessor, the Financial Services Authority…

Storm brings chaos in British cities

Panorama.am Society 15 hours ago

Thunderstorms, hail and flash flooding threw parts of Britain into chaos this morning as southeast England's dry spells ended with a bang, The Daily Mail reported. While many parts of the ...

Some people’s dreams turned sour – Rule of Law MP

Tert.am 15 hours ago

“Numerous pictures are available on the Internet. Seven or weight thousand people attended the rally, was it not a massive rally. What disappointment can we speak of?..”

Hague court orders Russia to pay over $50 billion in Yukos case

Panorama.am Economics 16 hours ago

The Hague's arbitration court ruled that Russia must pay a group of shareholders in oil giant Yukos $51.6 billion for expropriating its assets, a big hit for a country teetering ...

Ebola outbreak: Liberia shuts most border points

Tert.am 16 hours ago

"We feel especially compelled to take the business decision to immediately suspend flight services into the two Ebola affected countries due to our interest in the well-being of Nigerians…"

Ebola virus outbreak: Liberia shuts most border points

Panorama.am Society 16 hours ago

Most border crossings in Liberia have been closed and communities hit by an Ebola outbreak face quarantine to try to halt the spread of the virus, BBC reported. Screening centres are ...

Microsoft says government officials make sudden visits to China offices

Tert.am 16 hours ago

The world's largest software company has had a rocky time in China, including a call by state media for "severe punishment" against American tech firms for helping the U.S government to steal secrets…

Western countries urge citizens to leave Libya

Panorama.am Society 16 hours ago

Western countries urged their citizens to leave Libya yesterday, as the country descended further into civil war and British diplomats came under fire, The Guardian reported. As fighting raged across the ...

Georgian Prosecutor-General’s Office filed criminal charges against Mikheil Saakashvili

Armenpress Regional 17 hours ago

The Prosecutor-General’s Office of Georgia filed criminal charges against former President Mikheil Saakashvili, accusing him of illegal actions against the family of businessman Badri Patarkatsishvili and the Imedi...

Orhan Zeynalov sentenced to 17 years in prison

Armenpress International 17 hours ago

The Moscow City Court has sentenced Azerbaijani native Orhan Zeynalov to 17 years in prison for killing Moscow resident Yegor Shcherbakov, which caused mass disturbances in Moscow's Western Biryulyovo district last...

Turkish media for the first time will present stories of 50 families - survivors of Armenian Genocide

Armenpress Regional 17 hours ago

The newspaper reports that the events are told by the genocide survivors, their children and grandchildren, whose families were saved by the Muslims.

Court orders Russia to pay $50bn to Yukos shareholders

Tert.am 17 hours ago

“The majority shareholders of Yukos Oil were left without compensation for the loss of their investment when Russia illegally expropriated Yukos…”

Gülen movement has spent 1.5 million dollars for lobbying against Armenian Genocide recognition: Turkish Website

Armenpress Regional 17 hours ago

The supporters of the ideology of the Gülen movement in Turkey and the U.S.A. in the last 8 years have spent 1.5 million dollars for lobbying against the Armenian Genocide recognition.

Lilit Galstyan. “We are executing a homeland-recognizing program.”

Aravot.am Society 17 hours ago

The twentieth Student Forum of All-Armenian Educational and Cultural Union launched since July 19, which has brought Armenian university students from 9 countries to Armenia. They will stay in Armenia for 17 days. As...

Gaza: Uneasy calm after UN ceasefire call

Panorama.am Society 17 hours ago

There have been sporadic attacks by both Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza amid a relative lull in the violence of recent weeks, BBC reported. There were no Israeli air strikes ...

Malaysia Airlines loses up to $2m Daily after MH370, MH17 tragedies

Tert.am 18 hours ago

"The harrowing reality for Malaysia Airlines after MH17 is that if the government doesn’t have an immediate game plan, every day that passes will contribute to ...

Cutting sugar out of diet totally could kill: experts warn

Panorama.am Health 18 hours ago

With the UN warning sugar could be the new tobacco because of its risks to health through obesity, you might think a diet that cuts it out would get ...

UN Security Council calls for Gaza cease-fire

Armenpress International 18 hours ago

The UN Security Council issued a presidential statement just after midnight in New York, as the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, was beginning.

Secretary of State John Kerry is in the wrong place

Panorama.am Politics 18 hours ago

Last week he had already dragged Qatar, a Hamas backer, into the picture rather than support Egypt and Israels attempt for a no-conditions cease-fire. He then offered a proposal that ...

According to UN report 1,129 civilians killed in Ukraine

Armenpress International 18 hours ago

As many as 1,129 civilians have been killed and 3,442 injured in Ukraine since the beginning of the hostilities in mid-April 2014 until July 26, informs “Armenpress”, according to a UN report.

Lack of School and Kindergarten Town's Main Problems, Says Mayor While Buying Loudspeakers for Town Festivities

Hetq.am 18 hours ago

The two main problems of the town of Burastan in Ararat Province, according to the mayor, are the lack of a school and a kindergarten. However, these issues not yet resolved, the mayor, AshotTarverdyan, has decided to...

MH17 crash in Ukraine 'may be war crime'

Panorama.am Society 19 hours ago

The downing of Malaysia Airlines jet MH17 in eastern Ukraine may constitute a war crime, the UN human rights chief Navi Pillay says, BBC reported. Ukraine and Western governments believe pro-Russian ...

Russia bans import of Ukrainian dairy products

Armenpress International 19 hours ago

Russian authorities’ ban on the imports of all dairy products and milk from Ukraine comes into force on Monday, July 28, the federal agricultural watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor.