- Correction: Armenia-Azerbaijan story Updated: May-18-16 3:01 pm
VIENNA - In a story May 17 about the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region, The Associated Press incorrectly reported the size of Nagorno-Karabakh. The region is 4,400 square kilometers (1,700 square miles), not 12,000 square kilometers (4,400 square miles).
- Ukraine's Jamala wins 2016 Eurovision Song Contest Updated: May-14-16 8:34 pm
STOCKHOLM - Ukrainian singer Jamala's melancholic tune about Soviet dictator Josef Stalin's 1944 deportation of the Crimean Tatars was crowned the winner of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest early Sunday, an unusual choice for the kitschy pop fest.
- The Latest: Timberlake performs at Eurovision Song Contest Updated: May-14-16 5:33 pm
STOCKHOLM - The Latest on the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest (all times local):
- Pope to visit genocide memorial during June trip to Armenia Updated: May-13-16 9:28 am
VATICAN CITY - Pope Francis' trip to Armenia in June will include a visit to the genocide memorial complex, a monastery stop in the city of Gyumeri and a meeting with the president.
- Azerbaijan alleges white-phosphorus use in Karabakh fight Updated: May-11-16 12:56 pm
ASKIPARA, Azerbaijan - Azerbaijan says Armenian forces have used white phosphorus weapons in the fighting over the Nagorno-Karabakh region and is calling for an international investigation.
- Eurovision Song Contest struggles to enforce politics ban Updated: May-11-16 10:12 am
STOCKHOLM - You can croon about unrequited love, dance with unbridled passion or dress up in drag. Just keep politics out of it.
- USGS scientists helping to restore depleted Armenian aquifer Updated: Apr-26-16 7:10 pm
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - Some South Dakota scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey are helping to restore a depleted aquifer in Armenia.
- Investigators: Explosion in Armenia's capital not terror act Updated: Apr-26-16 1:11 pm
YEREVAN, Armenia - An explosion that devastated a bus in Armenia's capital, killing two people and injuring seven, was not the result of a terrorist attack, the country's investigative committee said Tuesday.