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Armenia denies firing at Azerbaijani positions

Armenia’s Defense Ministry on Thursday denied Azerbaijani reports that it had allegedly fired across the border at Azerbaijani military positions. “It is yet another disinformation. The Armenian side did not open fire at Azerbaijani positions either today or in the previous days,” the Defense Ministry told

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Brazilian footballer Juninho joins FC Pyunik

FC Pyunik has a new member. Brazilian left-back Carlos Jamisson Teles dos Santos Junior – Juninho, has joined the team. The footballer has played for Brazilian Itabaiana and Paraná clubs, Pyunik said in a statement on Thursday. FC Pyunik welcomes Juninho and wishes him successful play. "I am happy to move to Pyunik. This is ...

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panorama.am10 hours ago

Brother of Armenian captive ends sit-in outside government

Tigran Ambardaryan, the brother of Armenian soldier Mels Ambardaryan who was captured by Azerbaijani forces in Khtzaberd on December 13, announced the end of his sit-in strike outside the government building for now. In a Facebook post on Thursday, he said they held a meeting with government officials, who promised to meet the...

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panorama.am11 hours ago

British man tests positive for coronavirus for almost 10 months

Like thousands of people, Dave Smith became infected with coronavirus at the start of the first wave in the UK in 2020. But while most people, including those who suffer “long Covid”, eliminate the live virus from their bodies within a couple of weeks, Smith experienced a very different sort of long-term problem: a persistent i...

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panorama.am12 hours ago

Delta to account for 90 percent of EU coronavirus cases in August, ECDC says

By the end of August, the highly contagious Delta variant of the new coronavirus is expected to account for 90 percent of the new COVID-19 cases in the European Union, Al Jazeera reported, citing the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). The warning by the health agency on Wednesday echoed a similar statem...

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panorama.am12 hours ago

Armenian opposition figure: Soon we will have to mobilize all our efforts to deal with failures of current authorities

The deputy head of the opposition Armenian National Congress (ANC) party, Levon Zurabyan, on Thursday urged his teammates not to “fall into despair” after failing to enter the National Assembly as a result of Sunday’s snap elections. According to the Central Electoral Commission (CEC), the Armenian National Congress, led by fi...

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panorama.am13 hours ago

Total imports from Turkey dropped by around 70% in 6 months, says Armenian caretaker minister

Over the past six months, the total volume of imports from Turkey into Armenia dropped by around 70% and the composition of imported goods changed dramatically, Armenia's caretaker Minister of Economy Vahan Kerobyan told a cabinet meeting on Thursday, reporting on the decision to extend the ban on the imports of Turkish goods i...

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panorama.am14 hours ago

Yerevan’s Izmirlian Medical Center continues working normally

The staffers of Yerevan’s Izmirlian Medical Center continue working normally despite a court ruling to arrest the hospital head, Armen Charchyan, for one month for “electoral offence”. “Yesterday our doctors made some emotional statements concerning the court ruling to arrest our esteemed director, Armen Charchyan,” the hospit...

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panorama.am14 hours ago

Composer Seven Gharibyan awarded Best Student Diploma by the Queen of Spain

Armenian composer Sevan Gharibyan was awarded Best Student Diploma by Queen Sofía of Spain, the Armenian Embassy in Spain reported. "Our compatriot, composer, student at High Music School after Queen Sofía of Spain, Sevan Gharibyan was awarded Best Student Diploma during a solemn ceremony held on June 22," the Embassy reporte...

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panorama.am15 hours ago

EU considers 3.5 bln euro migrant funding for Turkey - Reuters

The European Union is considering 3.5 billion euros ($4.18 billion) for Turkey to continue hosting Syrian refugees until 2024, two diplomats said on Wednesday, part of a bigger regional refugee support plan to stop migrants reaching the bloc, Reuters reported. The total 5.77 billion euro package for Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon an...

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