Azerbaijan confirms 4,267 new COVID-19 cases

Azerbaijan has detected 4,267 new COVID-19 cases, 2,566 patients have recovered and 41 patients have died, according to the Operational Headquarters under the Azerbaijani Cabinet of Ministers. Up until now, 138,000 people have …

Number of COVID-19 cases in Russia exceeds 2.4 mln

The number of confirmed COVID-19 infections in Russia over the past 24 hours has increased by 27,403, bringing the total to 2,402,949, the anti-coronavirus crisis center said. According to the crisis center, the relative growth has not …

Georgia hits record high 5,068 daily COVID-19 cases

Georgia reported 5,068 new cases of coronavirus earlier today: a record-high figure since the country confirmed its first case of the virus on February 26, 2020. Earlier this week the government announced large-scale …

Number of COVID-19 cases in Armenia nears 140,000

Coronavirus cases in Armenia grew by 1,184 in the past 24 hours to 139,692, the republic’s Health Ministry reported. "In the past twenty-four hours, 1,184 new coronavirus cases were identified. Almost 115,00 patients …

Hundreds protest against Pashinyan in Yerevan

Hundreds of Armenians blocked streets in the capital Yerevan late on Thursday and called for the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan over a ceasefire deal that locked in Azerbaijani territorial gains in Nagorno-Karabakh last month. …

Nuclear power plant makes Armenia a ticking time bomb

Once Armenia's defeat against Azerbaijan was put on paper, some Armenians, struggling to face reality, brought up nuclear weapons as a form of potential retaliation (See Armenian newspaper calls for use of nuclear weapon against Azerbaijan) These discussions, however, ignore the fact that Armenia does host nuclear power on its soil but in the form of a decaying Soviet nuclear reactor – a ticking bomb that is not only a threat to Armenia itself but its neighbors as well