Trump's former 2016 campaign chairman is to be sentenced in March.
In an interview with Euronews, Pashinyan said it's time for his country to transform the "political revolution to an economic one."
Amid the first fitful signs of Senate action since the shutdown began, his supporters and critics agree: if the government is to re-open, the majority leader could well hold the keys.
The porn star lashed out after the president's former personal lawyer said he was cancelling a planned public appearance before Congress.
The amount of rubbish generated per person in the EU has been gradually increasing in recent years despite the Commission's war on waste, according to a Eurostat study.
Liam Fox is making deals in Davos this week in an effort to protect UK business and trade.
In response to criticism and restrictions imposed by several Western governments, tech giant Huawei warns they may take their business elsewhere.
Russia showed off the new cruise missile in hopes that it will save a landmark arms control pact with Washington.
"This is a time where Mr. Cohen had to put his family and their safety first," Cohen's attorney, Lanny Davis, said.
A Jewish community leader accused the party of playing down Nazi crimes during her speech commemorating the Holocaust.
The Venezuelan government and the opposition are measuring their support on the streets of Venezuela this Wednesday after a few days on the edge of the abyss
With 48 hours of notice being given, a reception centre housing around 350 asylum seekers was closed yesterday. The migrants will now be moved to other centres scattered around Italy.
The probe was launched "in response to grave breaches of national security at the highest levels of the Trump Administration," said Rep. Elijah Cummings.
"Everything these days is connected and smart, but I feel like the bathroom is a very untapped area."
The British pound was Wednesday morning trading above $1.30 (€1.14), in a move that many currency analysts were linking to the possibility of the Brexit date being delayed becoming more likely.
Federal prosecutors have formally approached people in the U.S., Germany and Iceland and pressed them to testify against Assange, according to WikiLeaks.