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00:03
Syria: Blast At İntelligence Hq Kills 50 Regime Troops Syria: Blast At İntelligence Hq Kills 50 Regime Troops
At least 50 regime soldiers killed when a bomb went off in a tunnel near an intelligence facility in Aleppo.
Syria: Blast At İntelligence Hq Kills 50 Regime Troops
At least 50 regime soldiers killed when a bomb went off in a tunnel near an intelligence facility in Aleppo.
23:56
Turkish PM Reassures Investors On Stability Turkish PM Reassures Investors On Stability
Turkey is an "island of stability" with a vision for the future and consistent economic growth, Turkey’s Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Wednesday.
Turkish PM Reassures Investors On Stability
Turkey is an "island of stability" with a vision for the future and consistent economic growth, Turkey’s Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Wednesday.
23:48
Amnesty Slams Eu's Rescue Operations For Migrants Amnesty Slams Eu's Rescue Operations For Migrants
International human rights group says European governments are still failing to provide adequate resources for a coordinated search and rescue operation.
Amnesty Slams Eu's Rescue Operations For Migrants
International human rights group says European governments are still failing to provide adequate resources for a coordinated search and rescue operation.
23:48
US Justice Dept. Clears Ferguson Officer İn Fatal Shooting US Justice Dept. Clears Ferguson Officer İn Fatal Shooting
A second 'searing' report documents widespread rights abuses in the Ferguson Police Department.
US Justice Dept. Clears Ferguson Officer İn Fatal Shooting
A second 'searing' report documents widespread rights abuses in the Ferguson Police Department.
23:47
Privacy Advocates Take Big Data To Task Privacy Advocates Take Big Data To Task
Collecting data is the currency of the digital economy, but consumer advocates have been calling on big Internet firms to adopt business models that don't revolve around tricking users into forgoing their privacy. When it comes to the Internet, if you're not paying for a product, you probably are th...
Privacy Advocates Take Big Data To Task
Collecting data is the currency of the digital economy, but consumer advocates have been calling on big Internet firms to adopt business models that don't revolve around tricking users into forgoing their privacy. When it comes to the Internet, if you're not paying for a product, you probably are th...
23:47
German Cup: Holders Bayern Munich Through, Werder Bremen Stunned German Cup: Holders Bayern Munich Through, Werder Bremen Stunned
A 2-0 win for Bayern Munich books their place in the quarterfinals of the German Cup.
German Cup: Holders Bayern Munich Through, Werder Bremen Stunned
A 2-0 win for Bayern Munich books their place in the quarterfinals of the German Cup.
23:18
Alibaba Announces First US Silicon Valley Outpost Alibaba Announces First US Silicon Valley Outpost
Chinese company plans further expansion into Europe and Asia.
Alibaba Announces First US Silicon Valley Outpost
Chinese company plans further expansion into Europe and Asia.
23:18
Us: Nuke Deal Doesn't Mean 'Rapprochement' With Iran Us: Nuke Deal Doesn't Mean 'Rapprochement' With Iran
US have voiced concerns about Iran's human rights record and ties to Hezbollah and the Assad regime.
Us: Nuke Deal Doesn't Mean 'Rapprochement' With Iran
US have voiced concerns about Iran's human rights record and ties to Hezbollah and the Assad regime.
23:17
Evidence Mounting Of Russian Troops In Ukraine Evidence Mounting Of Russian Troops In Ukraine
Evidence is mounting that Russian soldiers are officially fighting in Eastern Ukraine. Reporters and human rights activists describe their attempts to remain undercover. It was a surprising confession. In an interview with the opposition Russian newspaper, Nowaja Gaseta, (from Monday, March 2) a wou...
Evidence Mounting Of Russian Troops In Ukraine
Evidence is mounting that Russian soldiers are officially fighting in Eastern Ukraine. Reporters and human rights activists describe their attempts to remain undercover. It was a surprising confession. In an interview with the opposition Russian newspaper, Nowaja Gaseta, (from Monday, March 2) a wou...
23:17
Austrian State Faces 'Bad Bank' Crisis Austrian State Faces 'Bad Bank' Crisis
The state of Carinthia in southern Austria faces a bill it can't pay - and may be forced to declare bankruptcy. It may be asked to find as much as 10 billion euros to cover toxic bank debts from a collapsed lender. An Austrian state is threatened with bankruptcy after the country's national governme...
Austrian State Faces 'Bad Bank' Crisis
The state of Carinthia in southern Austria faces a bill it can't pay - and may be forced to declare bankruptcy. It may be asked to find as much as 10 billion euros to cover toxic bank debts from a collapsed lender. An Austrian state is threatened with bankruptcy after the country's national governme...
23:03
Brazil's Real Hits 10-Year Low Against Dollar Brazil's Real Hits 10-Year Low Against Dollar
Fears of a political crisis and ratings downgrade in Brazil weaken currency to levels not seen since 2004.
Brazil's Real Hits 10-Year Low Against Dollar
Fears of a political crisis and ratings downgrade in Brazil weaken currency to levels not seen since 2004.
22:48
Israel Demolished 50 Homes İn Negev This Year Israel Demolished 50 Homes İn Negev This Year
Israeli police forces have demolished a total of 50 homes in the Negev in southern Israel since the beginning of this year, a Palestinian activist has said.
Israel Demolished 50 Homes İn Negev This Year
Israeli police forces have demolished a total of 50 homes in the Negev in southern Israel since the beginning of this year, a Palestinian activist has said.
22:48
Turkish Pm Reassures İnvestors On Stability Turkish Pm Reassures İnvestors On Stability
Visiting New York, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu says Turkey is an 'island of stability' with a vision for the future and consistent economic growth.
Turkish Pm Reassures İnvestors On Stability
Visiting New York, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu says Turkey is an 'island of stability' with a vision for the future and consistent economic growth.
22:33
Nigerian Parties 'Concerned' Over Use Of E-Readers İn Polls Nigerian Parties 'Concerned' Over Use Of E-Readers İn Polls
By Rafiu Ajakaye.
Nigerian Parties 'Concerned' Over Use Of E-Readers İn Polls
By Rafiu Ajakaye.
22:26
Iran, Three European Dy Foreign Ministers Hold Talks Iran, Three European Dy Foreign Ministers Hold Talks
Deputies foreign ministers of Iran and three European countries started negotiations in Montreux, Switzerland, IRNA reported.
Iran, Three European Dy Foreign Ministers Hold Talks
Deputies foreign ministers of Iran and three European countries started negotiations in Montreux, Switzerland, IRNA reported.
22:18
Top Kenya Figures Sent To Court On Corruption Charges Top Kenya Figures Sent To Court On Corruption Charges
By Magdalene Mukami.
Top Kenya Figures Sent To Court On Corruption Charges
By Magdalene Mukami.
22:03
Georgian Fighters Defy Russia İn Ukraine Georgian Fighters Defy Russia İn Ukraine
Fueled by past conflict between Moscow and Tblisi, a number of Georgian fighters are in eastern Ukraine fighting pro Russian separatists.
Georgian Fighters Defy Russia İn Ukraine
Fueled by past conflict between Moscow and Tblisi, a number of Georgian fighters are in eastern Ukraine fighting pro Russian separatists.
21:33
Israel Detains 2 Palestinians Near Gaza Border Israel Detains 2 Palestinians Near Gaza Border
The Israeli army on Wednesday detained two Palestinians from the Gaza Strip for allegedly crossing into Israel.
Israel Detains 2 Palestinians Near Gaza Border
The Israeli army on Wednesday detained two Palestinians from the Gaza Strip for allegedly crossing into Israel.
21:33
Turkish Automobile Market Thrives İn February Turkish Automobile Market Thrives İn February
The Turkish automobile and light vehicles' market has rebounded after contracting 10 percent last year.
Turkish Automobile Market Thrives İn February
The Turkish automobile and light vehicles' market has rebounded after contracting 10 percent last year.
21:33
US Considers More Russia Sanctions US Considers More Russia Sanctions
More sanctions could be placed on Russia if it is found in further violation of Minsk cease fire agreement, says U.S. diplomat.
US Considers More Russia Sanctions
More sanctions could be placed on Russia if it is found in further violation of Minsk cease fire agreement, says U.S. diplomat.

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