This year’s “International Mathematical Kangaroo” math competition saw a record number of Armenian winners.
Upon their arrival to Los Angeles for a friendly soccer match, the Armenian National Football team was invited to a press conference at Phoenicia Restaurant in Glendale.
Armenia’s Presidential Award for contribution to the recognition of the Armenian Genocide was awarded to Pulitzer Prize winning author Peter Balakian, as well as to Mohamed Hanafi Nasri and Miriam Zaki for their documentary “Who Killed the Armenians?”
Private Vahe Argam Yeghoyan, born in 1997, was fatally wounded under unknown circumstances at one of the military units north of the Karabakh Defense Ministry on May 25.
Armenia insists on the involvement of Nagorno-Karabakh authorities in the negotiations to end the long-running conflict.
The International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors conducted nearly 200 inspections in Armenia, finding that the country is in line with requirements of international treaties.
Engineers and structural craftsmen based at the Robins Air Force Base in the U.S. state of Georgia have been working on renovations at Yerevan Elderly Institute #1, improving safety and conditions of the institute.
A Turkish politician has been sentenced to jail over remarks suggesting “hunting for Armenians” after a concert in ancient city of Ani by the world-renowned Armenian pianist, Tigran Hamasyan.
The Deputy Foreign Minister of Armenia, Ashot Hovakimian, represented Armenia at the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, addressing Azeri aggression and violations of the ceasefire agreement between Nagorno-Karabakh and Azerbaijan.
The Armenian National Soccer Team arrived in Los Angeles Tuesday to play to friendly matches with Guatemala and El Salvador