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Armenian, French FMs discuss NK conflict’s peaceful settlement over phone

Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan on Friday had a telephone conversation with French Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian, the foreign ministry of Armenia informed.

Georgia has reported 56 Covid-19 deaths in the past 24 hours

Georgia has reported 2,039 new cases of coronavirus, 2,192 recoveries and 56 deaths in the past 24 hours. 26,484 remain infected with Covid-19 in Georgia, Agenda.ge reported.

Putin to vote in parliamentary elections online, says Kremlin

Russian President Vladimir Putin is going to vote in the elections to the State Duma (lower house) online, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Friday, Tass informs.

Azerbaijani armed forces once again violated the ceasefire in the western part of Artsakh

At around 12:30pm on Friday, the Azerbaijani armed forces once again violated the ceasefire in the western part of Artsakh, the Artsakh Defense Ministry informs.

Three Chinese astronauts return to Earth after 90-day mission to space station

A trio of Chinese astronauts returned to Earth on Friday after a 90-day stay aboard their nation's first space station in China's longest mission yet, CBS News reported.

Putin may take part in UN General Assembly, but no concrete plans yet. Peskov

Russian President Vladimir Putin may potentially participate in the UN General Assembly session, but this is not currently on his schedule, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists, Tass informs.

Bicycle race dedicated to the Day of Physical Education organized in Stepanakert

On September 17, a bicycle race dedicated to the Day of Physical Education was organized in Stepanakert with participation of about 100 pupils.

Russian peacekeepers provide security during construction of dirt road to cell tower in Artsakh

Russian peacekeepers ensured the safety of work during the construction of a dirt road from the settlement of Janyatag to a cell tower in the Martakert district of Artsakh.

A memorial evening dedicated to the 206 fallen and missing Stepanakert fighters during the 44-Day War

On September 16, a memorial evening, dedicated to the 206 Stepanakert boys who have fallen and went missing during the 44-Day Artsakh War, was held at the Stepanakert Culture and Youth Palace.

A house in Martuni renovated with the funding support of the Tufenkian Charitable Foundation

The Tufenkian Charitable Foundation continues to implement its programs in Artsakh. This time the foundation has renovated the house of Hayk Hakobyan, a resident of Martuni, a soldier, who has been wounded during the Third Artsakh War.

Armenian PM, Iranian President discuss uninterrupted organization of cargo transportation

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan met with President of Iran Ebrahim Raisi in Tajikistan, the PM’s Office said.

27 teacher-leaders of "Teach for Armenia" Educational Foundation work in Artsakh

27 teacher-leaders of the "Teach for Armenia" Educational Foundation have been teaching in 25 communities of Artsakh since September.

Trump predicts disappearance of US

The US will cease to exist after the House of Representatives election in 2022 and the presidential election in 2024. Former President Donald Trump stated about this in a telephone interview with Newsmax, news.am informs.

Armenian PM meets with Iranian President in Tajikistan

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan is having a meeting with President of Iran Ebrahim Raisi in Tajikistan.

US, Turkish officials hold political talks in Washington

Turkey is sending a top diplomat to the United States for political consultations as part of efforts by the two countries to repair fraught ties, Ahval News reports.

Tufenkian Charitable Foundation has donated laboratory equipment to schools of Artsakh’s Martuni region

Within the framework of its programs, the Tufenkian Charitable Foundation has donated laboratory equipment to schools of Artsakh’s Martuni region.

China has fully vaccinated more than 1 billion people

China has fully vaccinated more than 1 billion people against Covid-19 -- over 70% of its total population -- powering ahead of the U.S. and Europe despite having no immediate plans to ease some of the strictest pandemic measures in the world, The Bloomberg reported.

Putin says withdrawal of western coalition’s troops from Afghanistan "put mildly hasty"

The withdrawal of the western coalition’s troops from Afghanistan was "hasty, mildly speaking," Russian President Vladimir Putin said addressing a summit of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) via video link on Thursday, and noted the related threats in the region, Tass informs.

An apartment renovated in Artsakh's Martuni, through joint efforts of the Tufenkian Charitable Foundation and the Armenian Missionary Association of America

The apartment of 19-year-old Kamo Petrosyan, a resident of Artsakh’s Martuni region, who was wounded during the Third Artsakh War, has been renovated through joint efforts of the Tufenkian Charitable Foundation and the Armenian Missionary Association of America.

Yerevan to host next CSTO summit

The next CSTO summit will take place in Yerevan in the end of 2022, the organization’s council decided during the September 16 meeting in Tajikistan.