Haberler      English      العربية      Pусский      Azerice      Kurdî      Türkçe  
  En.Haberler.Com - Latest News
SEARCH IN NEWS:
  HOME PAGE 27/04/2015 11:55 

Latest News

11:56
No Serious Violations In Kazakhstan's Presidential Election – CIS Observers No Serious Violations In Kazakhstan's Presidential Election – CIS Observers
CIS observation mission hasn’t recorded serious violations in the early presidential election in Kazakhstan, said the mission’s head.
No Serious Violations In Kazakhstan's Presidential Election – CIS Observers
CIS observation mission hasn’t recorded serious violations in the early presidential election in Kazakhstan, said the mission’s head.
11:50
Aftershocks Force People To Stay Outdoors In Nepal Aftershocks Force People To Stay Outdoors In Nepal
Thousands of people spent last night huddled under makeshift tents, sleepless with fear as aftershocks rattled Nepal, where more than 3,200 people have died in Saturday's earthquake, according to reports.Till now around 55 aftershocks have been observed, which forced people of Kathmandu to spend the...
Aftershocks Force People To Stay Outdoors In Nepal
Thousands of people spent last night huddled under makeshift tents, sleepless with fear as aftershocks rattled Nepal, where more than 3,200 people have died in Saturday's earthquake, according to reports.Till now around 55 aftershocks have been observed, which forced people of Kathmandu to spend the...
11:48
Arab Israeli Mp Calls For Tuesday Strike, Demonstration Arab Israeli Mp Calls For Tuesday Strike, Demonstration
Arab Member of Knesset (Israeli parliament) Ayman Odeh on Monday urged Israeli Arabs to stage a general strike the following day to protest the razing of Arabs' houses by Israeli authorities.
Arab Israeli Mp Calls For Tuesday Strike, Demonstration
Arab Member of Knesset (Israeli parliament) Ayman Odeh on Monday urged Israeli Arabs to stage a general strike the following day to protest the razing of Arabs' houses by Israeli authorities.
11:48
Spring Brings Poetry Season To Afghanistan Spring Brings Poetry Season To Afghanistan
Afghans welcome in spring with a season of poetry events as they look to revive old traditions.
Spring Brings Poetry Season To Afghanistan
Afghans welcome in spring with a season of poetry events as they look to revive old traditions.
11:41
Iran Names Priority Oil Sector Projects Iran Names Priority Oil Sector Projects
The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) announced in a statement on April 26 that it has defined 21 top priority oil sector projects.
Iran Names Priority Oil Sector Projects
The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) announced in a statement on April 26 that it has defined 21 top priority oil sector projects.
11:41
Saudi Rule Is On The Verge Collapse – IRGC Commander Saudi Rule Is On The Verge Collapse – IRGC Commander

Saudi Rule Is On The Verge Collapse – IRGC Commander

11:36
Australian Researchers To Uncover More About Australia's Greatest Naval Tragedy Australian Researchers To Uncover More About Australia's Greatest Naval Tragedy
A joint expedition to discover more about Australia's greatest naval tragedy -- the sinking of Australian cruiser HMAS Sydney -- has begun off the coast of Western Australia on Monday. The project, undertaken by Curtin University and the WA Museum, will investigate, scan and map the site, so that c...
Australian Researchers To Uncover More About Australia's Greatest Naval Tragedy
A joint expedition to discover more about Australia's greatest naval tragedy -- the sinking of Australian cruiser HMAS Sydney -- has begun off the coast of Western Australia on Monday. The project, undertaken by Curtin University and the WA Museum, will investigate, scan and map the site, so that c...
11:33
Turkish Press Review Turkish Press Review
Turkish dailies on Monday cover a high profile row over a disputed Istanbul court ruling and the result of the presidential election in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
Turkish Press Review
Turkish dailies on Monday cover a high profile row over a disputed Istanbul court ruling and the result of the presidential election in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
11:26
Kazakhstan Holds Beauty Contest Among Female Soldiers Kazakhstan Holds Beauty Contest Among Female Soldiers
Kazakhstan is holding a “Warrior Maidens” beauty contest among the female soldiers.
Kazakhstan Holds Beauty Contest Among Female Soldiers
Kazakhstan is holding a “Warrior Maidens” beauty contest among the female soldiers.
11:20
Car Bursts Into Flames When Driver Gets Off In Ankara Car Bursts Into Flames When Driver Gets Off In Ankara
A car which crashed a tree on roadside and burst into flames when driver left the vehicle in Ankara. Reportedly, the driver lost the control of his vehicle and hit a tree. The driver struggled to get off the vehicle when he noticed smokes rising from it. After he left and went away for a few meters,
Car Bursts Into Flames When Driver Gets Off In Ankara
A car which crashed a tree on roadside and burst into flames when driver left the vehicle in Ankara. Reportedly, the driver lost the control of his vehicle and hit a tree. The driver struggled to get off the vehicle when he noticed smokes rising from it. After he left and went away for a few meters,
11:18
Syria Asked Plo To Postpone Visit Over Yarmouk: Official Syria Asked Plo To Postpone Visit Over Yarmouk: Official
By Anees Barghouthy.
Syria Asked Plo To Postpone Visit Over Yarmouk: Official
By Anees Barghouthy.
11:18
Nursultan Nazarbayev Re-Elected As Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev Re-Elected As Kazakh President
Nazarbayev, Kazakhstan's president since 1989, wins 97.7 percent of vote.
Nursultan Nazarbayev Re-Elected As Kazakh President
Nazarbayev, Kazakhstan's president since 1989, wins 97.7 percent of vote.
11:06
Japan's Ruling LDP, Opposition DPJ Each Win 2 Of 5 Key Mayoral Races Japan's Ruling LDP, Opposition DPJ Each Win 2 Of 5 Key Mayoral Races
Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and largest opposition Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) each won two of five closely watched mayoral contests in Sunday's united local elections, local media reported Monday. In Tokyo's Setagaya, incumbent Nobuto Hosaka supported by the DPJ and two oppos...
Japan's Ruling LDP, Opposition DPJ Each Win 2 Of 5 Key Mayoral Races
Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and largest opposition Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) each won two of five closely watched mayoral contests in Sunday's united local elections, local media reported Monday. In Tokyo's Setagaya, incumbent Nobuto Hosaka supported by the DPJ and two oppos...
11:06
Chinese FM Calls On International Community To Help Nepal Chinese FM Calls On International Community To Help Nepal
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi called on the international community to provide more help to Nepal and expedite aid delivery in the wake of a powerful earthquake that killed at least 3,200 people. Speaking at the opening ceremony of the 6th joint meeting of the China-Italy intergovernmental commi...
Chinese FM Calls On International Community To Help Nepal
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi called on the international community to provide more help to Nepal and expedite aid delivery in the wake of a powerful earthquake that killed at least 3,200 people. Speaking at the opening ceremony of the 6th joint meeting of the China-Italy intergovernmental commi...
11:06
Nikkei Closes 0.18 Pct. Lower Before Major Company Earnings Nikkei Closes 0.18 Pct. Lower Before Major Company Earnings
Tokyo stocks closed 0.18 percent lower in caution trading before monetary policy decisions and domestic corporate earnings. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average shed 36.72 points, from Friday at 19,983.32. But the broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange gained 0.23...
Nikkei Closes 0.18 Pct. Lower Before Major Company Earnings
Tokyo stocks closed 0.18 percent lower in caution trading before monetary policy decisions and domestic corporate earnings. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average shed 36.72 points, from Friday at 19,983.32. But the broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange gained 0.23...
11:06
China's Industrial Profits Decline In March China's Industrial Profits Decline In March
Chinese factories continued to post shrinking profits in March but the decline was less than in the first two month of the year as major sectors picked up, according to official data released on Monday. The profits of industrial businesses dipped 0.4 percent year on year to 509 billion yuan (83 bil...
China's Industrial Profits Decline In March
Chinese factories continued to post shrinking profits in March but the decline was less than in the first two month of the year as major sectors picked up, according to official data released on Monday. The profits of industrial businesses dipped 0.4 percent year on year to 509 billion yuan (83 bil...
11:06
Security Forces' Operations Kill 72 Militants In Afghanistan Security Forces' Operations Kill 72 Militants In Afghanistan
Some 72 Taliban militants have been killed and 48 wounded as the Afghan security forces pressed ahead with offensives in restive provinces, the Defense Ministry said on Monday morning. "Security forces carried out several military operations throughout the country within the past 24 hours, killing ...
Security Forces' Operations Kill 72 Militants In Afghanistan
Some 72 Taliban militants have been killed and 48 wounded as the Afghan security forces pressed ahead with offensives in restive provinces, the Defense Ministry said on Monday morning. "Security forces carried out several military operations throughout the country within the past 24 hours, killing ...
11:06
Asia-Pacific News Summary At 0600GMT, April 27 Asia-Pacific News Summary At 0600GMT, April 27
- South Korea on Monday approved a fertilizer aid to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK)for the first time in five years. A South Korean foundation doing DPRK aid business was granted its plan to build vinyl greenhouse in the DPRK's southwestern region, Unification Ministry spokesman.
Asia-Pacific News Summary At 0600GMT, April 27
- South Korea on Monday approved a fertilizer aid to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK)for the first time in five years. A South Korean foundation doing DPRK aid business was granted its plan to build vinyl greenhouse in the DPRK's southwestern region, Unification Ministry spokesman.
11:05
Collapsed Pedestrian Bridge Kills 7 In Nigeria: Police Collapsed Pedestrian Bridge Kills 7 In Nigeria: Police
At least seven people lost their lives in northwest Nigeria's Kano State on Sunday when a pedestrian bridge collapsed, the police said on Monday. State police spokesperson Magaji Majiya, who confirmed the incident to Xinhua, said the bridge, which was still under construction, caved in and collapse...
Collapsed Pedestrian Bridge Kills 7 In Nigeria: Police
At least seven people lost their lives in northwest Nigeria's Kano State on Sunday when a pedestrian bridge collapsed, the police said on Monday. State police spokesperson Magaji Majiya, who confirmed the incident to Xinhua, said the bridge, which was still under construction, caved in and collapse...
11:03
Asean: Code Of Conduct Would Ease S. China Sea Disputes Asean: Code Of Conduct Would Ease S. China Sea Disputes
Malaysian PM says Southeast Asian body must address South China Sea disputes in proactive, constructive way.
Asean: Code Of Conduct Would Ease S. China Sea Disputes
Malaysian PM says Southeast Asian body must address South China Sea disputes in proactive, constructive way.

<< Previous           1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20        Next >>

 
      Top News