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Biden: Impeachment hearings show 'Trump doesn't want me to be the nominee'

Former US Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday said that he learned from the impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill that President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin do not want him to be the Democratic presidential nominee, The Hill reports.

Armenian PM meets with Vice President of Lombardy

Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan met with Vice President of Lombardy (an administrative region in Italy) Fabrizio Sala on the sidelines of his official visit in Italy, Armenpress correspondent reports from Italy.

Greece: Turkey needs to end 'blackmail' for migrant aid

Greece's migration minister said that Turkey needs to stop "blackmail" if it wants more EU aid, saying its loaded language had prompted a spike in movement toward Greek shores, AFP reports.

2 quakes measuring magnitude 2-3 and more registered in Armenia, Artsakh in one week

From November 13 to 19, the seismological network of the Seismic Protection Service Armenia registered two earthquakes measuring magnitude 2-3 and more in Armenia and in Artsakh, news.am reports.

Bako Sahakyan signed a decree on the 2020 winter draft and demobilization

On 21 November Artsakh Republic President Bako Sahakyan signed a decree on the 2020 winter draft and demobilization, Central Information Department of the Office of Artsakh Republic President stated.

Donald Tusk elected president of European People's Party, vows to fight populism

Outgoing European Council President Donald Tusk was elected the new president of the European People's Party (EPP) on Wednesday, DW reports.

Tbilisi court finds some activists arrested at rally to be guilty

The Tbilisi municipal court has handed down an administrative detention ruling for 10 of the 37 persons arrested for hooliganism and disobeying police officers during the rally outside the Georgian Parliament building, news.am reports, citing Georgian First Channel.

Facebook and Google surveillance ‘assault on privacy,’ says Amnesty International

Facebook and Google’s persistent surveillance of billions of people around the world threatens human rights and free expression, says Amnesty International. In a new report, the NGO argues the companies need to change their business model and stop being reliant on people’s data, according to The Verge.

Kim Kardashian told PM Pashinyan about plans to start a business in Armenia

American-Armenian reality TV superstar Kim Kardashian West told Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan at a recent meeting in Yerevan that she plans to invest and start a business in Armenia.

Nagorno-Karabakh issue 'impossible to settle' without compromise. Pashinyan

It is impossible to settle the Nagorno-Karabakh issue without hard and consistent work, without compromise, mutual respect, and balance, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said in his speech at the Institute for International Political Studies in Milan.

Iran's Rouhani claims victory over unrest and blames foreigners

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday claimed victory over unrest he blamed on foreign enemies, according to state media, after protests over fuel price rises rocked the nation and left scores reported dead, Reuters reports.

Armenia MOD receives Personal Representative of OSCE Chairperson-in-Office

Minister of Defense of Armenia Davit Tonoyan held a meeting on November 20 in Yerevan with Personal Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office Ambassador Andrzej Kasprzyk.

President Donald Trump’s Threats Against China are Escalating

In a Cabinet meeting at the White House on Tuesday, the president warned that he would hike tariffs on Chinese imports if the two countries fail to reach an agreement that would end their year-and-a-half-long trade war, FN reports.

Rudik Hyusnunts discusses bilateral relations with European counterpart

Member of the central board of Free Homeland Party of Artsakh, deputy of the Homeland parliamentary faction Rudik Hyusnunts today met with member of the Alternative for Germany Party, Member of the European Parliament Lars Patrick Berg in Yerevan.

Armenia’s finance minister holds meeting with Artsakh State Minister

Finance Minister of Armenia Atom Janjughazyan had a meeting with State Minister of Artsakh Grigory Martirosyan in Yerevan, the ministry stated.

Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan arrives in Italy on official visit

Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and his delegation have arrived in Italy.

736 marriages registered in Artsakh in January-October

736 marriages were registered in Artsakh in January-October of the current year. It grew by 6 marriages as compared with the same period of the last year.

Tusk to become new EPP president in Zagreb

Outgoing European Council President Donald Tusk will be the new president of the European People's Party, the EPP said on Monday ahead of its congress in Zagreb on Wednesday.

Turkey not considering plans to sign new deal with Russia on supplies of S-400 systems

Turkey is not considering any plans of signing a new deal with Russia on the supplies of S-400 missile systems, Turkish Presidential Spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said on November 20, reports TASS.

World oil prices falling

World oil prices are falling during trading on Wednesday, RT reported.