Armenia says it never confirmed its participation in a multinational military drill under way in neighboring Georgia.
Georgian troops have joined counterparts from the United States and other countries for the start of the Agile Spirit 2017 military drills -- the seventh time the maneuvers have been held.
The United States has announced the appointment of Andrew Schofer as U.S. co-chair of a negotiating group on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict sponsored by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.
Georgia is getting help from neighboring countries to fight a wildfire that doubled in size in a day.
Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetian has said that his government remains “very determined” to sign an agreement on deepening Armenia’s links with the European Union.
The lawyer for German author Dogan Akhanli says a Spanish court granted conditional release to his client, a day after his arrest on a warrant from Turkey.
Firefighters who have been battling a wildfire in Armenia's Khosrov forest reserve for days have succeeded in localizing the fire with help from a Russian air tanker, officials say.
Former world chess champion and Kremlin critic Garry Kasparov is briefly coming out of retirement after 12 years.
The trial of Armenian opposition politician Andreas Ghukasian on charges of organizing mass disturbances opened in Yerevan on August 2.
Police in Armenia have identified a man who was being sought on charges of using a hunting rifle in an attack on a funeral ceremony that killed four people on August 1.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) says the Armenian government has failed to ensure full accountability for violence conducted by police against "largely peaceful" protesters and journalists in July 2016.
Some 2,800 troops from host Georgia, the United States, and six other countries have begun a major military exercise in the South Caucasus nation.