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11:21
Turkey's Main Electric System Breaks Down Turkey's Main Electric System Breaks Down
Turkey’s main electric systems have broken down. Authorities are trying to fix the problem which caused to have all power plants deactivated.
Turkey's Main Electric System Breaks Down
Turkey’s main electric systems have broken down. Authorities are trying to fix the problem which caused to have all power plants deactivated.
11:17
Berlin's Jobspotting Offers Customized Job Hunting Berlin's Jobspotting Offers Customized Job Hunting
A Berlin-based startup offers its users a steady stream of job adverts, automatically selected to match a subscriber's interests. The initial focus is on IT and marketing jobs. Sabine Kinkartz reports from Berlin.
Berlin's Jobspotting Offers Customized Job Hunting
A Berlin-based startup offers its users a steady stream of job adverts, automatically selected to match a subscriber's interests. The initial focus is on IT and marketing jobs. Sabine Kinkartz reports from Berlin.
11:06
Brazil's Economy Grows 0.1 Pct In 2014, Beating Expectation: Finance Minister Brazil's Economy Grows 0.1 Pct In 2014, Beating Expectation: Finance Minister
Brazil's economy grew 0.1 percent in 2014, beating expectation, Brazilian Finance Minister Joaquim Levy said on Monday. "It was a good surprise," Levy told a business conference in Sao Paulo. "The GDP was a bit above what we were expecting." The slight growth is attributed to a 0.3 percent growth ...
Brazil's Economy Grows 0.1 Pct In 2014, Beating Expectation: Finance Minister
Brazil's economy grew 0.1 percent in 2014, beating expectation, Brazilian Finance Minister Joaquim Levy said on Monday. "It was a good surprise," Levy told a business conference in Sao Paulo. "The GDP was a bit above what we were expecting." The slight growth is attributed to a 0.3 percent growth ...
11:06
Suspicious Suitcase Causes Concern In İstanbul Suspicious Suitcase Causes Concern In İstanbul
A suitcase which was left opposite of İstanbul Municipality building alarmed security forces in İstanbul’s Fatih district on early Tuesday. People called the police when getting suspected about the abandoned suitcase. Arriving at the scene, police closed the area to traffic and public entrance. A bo...
Suspicious Suitcase Causes Concern In İstanbul
A suitcase which was left opposite of İstanbul Municipality building alarmed security forces in İstanbul’s Fatih district on early Tuesday. People called the police when getting suspected about the abandoned suitcase. Arriving at the scene, police closed the area to traffic and public entrance. A bo...
11:06
Deaths From Alzheimer's, Dementia Rise 137 Pct In Past Decade In Australia Deaths From Alzheimer's, Dementia Rise 137 Pct In Past Decade In Australia
An aging population has resulted in dementia and Alzheimer's disease becoming the second leading cause of death in Australia, according to official statistics released on Tuesday. For many years, stroke was behind only heart disease as the biggest killer in Australia but the sharp rise of dementia ...
Deaths From Alzheimer's, Dementia Rise 137 Pct In Past Decade In Australia
An aging population has resulted in dementia and Alzheimer's disease becoming the second leading cause of death in Australia, according to official statistics released on Tuesday. For many years, stroke was behind only heart disease as the biggest killer in Australia but the sharp rise of dementia ...
11:06
Saudi Airstrike Kills 40 In Yemen Saudi Airstrike Kills 40 In Yemen
Yemen's defense ministry, which is controlled by Shiite Houthi militia, said a Saudi-led airstrike on Monday hit a local displaced refugee camp in northern Yemen, killing more than 40 people and injuring 250 others. It said the refugee camp consists of 4,000 people and locates at al-Mazrak area in H...
Saudi Airstrike Kills 40 In Yemen
Yemen's defense ministry, which is controlled by Shiite Houthi militia, said a Saudi-led airstrike on Monday hit a local displaced refugee camp in northern Yemen, killing more than 40 people and injuring 250 others. It said the refugee camp consists of 4,000 people and locates at al-Mazrak area in H...
11:06
Indian Stocks Open Higher Indian Stocks Open Higher
Indian stocks opened higher on Tuesday buoyed by a more than 1 percent jump on Wall Street overnight. The benchmark S&P BSE Sensex opened at 28,069.85, 93.99 points or 0.34 percent up from the previous close of 27,975.86. Enditem.
Indian Stocks Open Higher
Indian stocks opened higher on Tuesday buoyed by a more than 1 percent jump on Wall Street overnight. The benchmark S&P BSE Sensex opened at 28,069.85, 93.99 points or 0.34 percent up from the previous close of 27,975.86. Enditem.
11:06
Japan Extends Unilateral Sanctions Against DPRK For 2 Years Japan Extends Unilateral Sanctions Against DPRK For 2 Years
Japan on Tuesday approved a two- year extension of its unilateral sanctions imposed against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), a local report said. The decision showed that Japan sees no tangible progress in the DPRK's investigation into the abduction of Japanese nationals in the 1970...
Japan Extends Unilateral Sanctions Against DPRK For 2 Years
Japan on Tuesday approved a two- year extension of its unilateral sanctions imposed against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), a local report said. The decision showed that Japan sees no tangible progress in the DPRK's investigation into the abduction of Japanese nationals in the 1970...
11:03
Thai Pm To Use Absolute Power To Rule İn Moderation Thai Pm To Use Absolute Power To Rule İn Moderation
Country's human rights commission warns premier of trap of too much authority 'which could lead to criticism later on.'
Thai Pm To Use Absolute Power To Rule İn Moderation
Country's human rights commission warns premier of trap of too much authority 'which could lead to criticism later on.'
10:52
Canadian Parliament Backs Extention, Expansion Of Military Mission Against IS Canadian Parliament Backs Extention, Expansion Of Military Mission Against IS
The House of Commons of Canada passed a motion Monday to extend and expand the country's military mission against the Islamic State (IS) extremist militant group. According to the motion, Canada's military forces will launch airstrikes against IS in Syria for the first time and extend their mission...
Canadian Parliament Backs Extention, Expansion Of Military Mission Against IS
The House of Commons of Canada passed a motion Monday to extend and expand the country's military mission against the Islamic State (IS) extremist militant group. According to the motion, Canada's military forces will launch airstrikes against IS in Syria for the first time and extend their mission...
10:52
Asia Pacific News Summary At 0600GMT, March 31 Asia Pacific News Summary At 0600GMT, March 31
- Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said Japan will not join the China-proposed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) by the deadline of March 31, local report said Tuesday. Speaking at a press briefing after Tuesday's cabinet meeting, Aso said that Japan has to maintain caution toward.
Asia Pacific News Summary At 0600GMT, March 31
- Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said Japan will not join the China-proposed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) by the deadline of March 31, local report said Tuesday. Speaking at a press briefing after Tuesday's cabinet meeting, Aso said that Japan has to maintain caution toward.
10:51
Jubilee Bridge Opens Early For The Passing Of Lee Kuan Yew Jubilee Bridge Opens Early For The Passing Of Lee Kuan Yew
The bridge linking Merlion Park and the waterfront promenade in front of Esplanade, which was supposed to open next month, was opened on Sunday to allow Singaporeans to bid farewell to Singapore's founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, said Singapore's National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan on T...
Jubilee Bridge Opens Early For The Passing Of Lee Kuan Yew
The bridge linking Merlion Park and the waterfront promenade in front of Esplanade, which was supposed to open next month, was opened on Sunday to allow Singaporeans to bid farewell to Singapore's founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, said Singapore's National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan on T...
10:51
Roundup: S.Korea's Industrial Output Growth Hits 4-Year High Roundup: S.Korea's Industrial Output Growth Hits 4-Year High
Industrial output growth in South Korea hit the highest in about 4 years in February, indicating that the economy may resume recovery, a government report showed Tuesday. Production in all industries, including manufacturing, services, construction and public administration, expanded 2.5 percent in...
Roundup: S.Korea's Industrial Output Growth Hits 4-Year High
Industrial output growth in South Korea hit the highest in about 4 years in February, indicating that the economy may resume recovery, a government report showed Tuesday. Production in all industries, including manufacturing, services, construction and public administration, expanded 2.5 percent in...
10:51
Argentina Blasts Britain For Boosting Military Presence In Disputed Islands Argentina Blasts Britain For Boosting Military Presence In Disputed Islands
Argentine Foreign Minister Hector Timerman on Monday wrote to international organizations to denounce Britain for boosting military presence in the Malvinas Islands, known as the Falklands in the European country. "Britain is trying to justify a military presence worthy of a colonial power," wrote ...
Argentina Blasts Britain For Boosting Military Presence In Disputed Islands
Argentine Foreign Minister Hector Timerman on Monday wrote to international organizations to denounce Britain for boosting military presence in the Malvinas Islands, known as the Falklands in the European country. "Britain is trying to justify a military presence worthy of a colonial power," wrote ...
10:51
British Ebola Patient Cured By Chinese-Made Drug Released From Hospital British Ebola Patient Cured By Chinese-Made Drug Released From Hospital
A British Ebola patient who was successfully treated with an experimental drug MIL 77 developed by Chinese scientists has been released from hospital on Friday, local media reported. Anna Cross, a 25-year-old British army nurse, is the first Ebola patient to have received treatment with the Chinese...
British Ebola Patient Cured By Chinese-Made Drug Released From Hospital
A British Ebola patient who was successfully treated with an experimental drug MIL 77 developed by Chinese scientists has been released from hospital on Friday, local media reported. Anna Cross, a 25-year-old British army nurse, is the first Ebola patient to have received treatment with the Chinese...
10:48
Turkish President Erdogan Arrives İn Slovakia Turkish President Erdogan Arrives İn Slovakia
Turkey will not give a chance to those who want to divide the country, Erdogan tells Turkish citizens in Bratislava.
Turkish President Erdogan Arrives İn Slovakia
Turkey will not give a chance to those who want to divide the country, Erdogan tells Turkish citizens in Bratislava.
10:48
Turkey: Foreign Trade Deficit Narrows İn Feb. Turkey: Foreign Trade Deficit Narrows İn Feb.
New figures reveal that deficit narrowed to $4.65 billion, a change of 10.2 percent, after foreign trade decreased.
Turkey: Foreign Trade Deficit Narrows İn Feb.
New figures reveal that deficit narrowed to $4.65 billion, a change of 10.2 percent, after foreign trade decreased.
10:47
IBM Bets $3 Billion On 'Internet Of Things' IBM Bets $3 Billion On 'Internet Of Things'
IBM has struck a number of high-profile partnerships over the past year, among them tech giants Apple and Twitter. In its newest venture, the US tech company hopes to help businesses make sense of real-time data.
IBM Bets $3 Billion On 'Internet Of Things'
IBM has struck a number of high-profile partnerships over the past year, among them tech giants Apple and Twitter. In its newest venture, the US tech company hopes to help businesses make sense of real-time data.
10:41
Iranian Nuclear Negotiator Says All Sides Unanimous On Reaching Agreement Iranian Nuclear Negotiator Says All Sides Unanimous On Reaching Agreement
Member of the Iranian nuclear negotiation team Hamid Baidinejad has said that the negotiating parties all share the idea that an approach has to be reached before the March 31 deadline.
Iranian Nuclear Negotiator Says All Sides Unanimous On Reaching Agreement
Member of the Iranian nuclear negotiation team Hamid Baidinejad has said that the negotiating parties all share the idea that an approach has to be reached before the March 31 deadline.
10:36
Armenians Involved In Campaign Of Discrediting Azerbaijan - MP Armenians Involved In Campaign Of Discrediting Azerbaijan - MP
Azerbaijan’s enemy – Armenians are also involved in a campaign of discrediting Azerbaijan, conducted on the eve of the first European Games, Azerbaijani MP Vahid Ahmadov told Trend March 30.He said that double standards are used against Azerbaijan."There are certain forces, international organizatio...
Armenians Involved In Campaign Of Discrediting Azerbaijan - MP
Azerbaijan’s enemy – Armenians are also involved in a campaign of discrediting Azerbaijan, conducted on the eve of the first European Games, Azerbaijani MP Vahid Ahmadov told Trend March 30.He said that double standards are used against Azerbaijan."There are certain forces, international organizatio...

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