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21:48 6 Killed In Blasts In Egypt's Sinai
Six people were killed and 18 others injured in multiple blasts Thursday in the northern quadrant of Egypt's Sinai Peninsula.
21:48 Un Envoy Meets Yemen Forces; Meeting Yields No Result
A meeting between United Nations Special Envoy to Yemen, Jamal Benomar, and representatives of Yemen's political forces has come to an end without results, a presidential source has said.
21:48 Argentina Considers Takeover Of Struggling Power Suppliers
Power company warns its 'business is not viable' as Greater Buenos Aires hit with blackouts in 105 degree temperatures.
21:46
Opinion: Poland Aims To Thwart Putin's WWII Ceremony Opinion: Poland Aims To Thwart Putin's WWII Ceremony
Poland's president is preparing a ceremony commemorating the end of World War II in Europe. But it will also give EU leaders a reason not to travel to Moscow for a second memorial, writes Roman Imielski. Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski (pictured above) plans to organize a special memorial to t...
21:33 Serving Albanian Officer 'Dies Trafficking Drugs' To Spain
Albanian PM has said a serving major of its armed forces died when a helicopter he piloted crashed while trafficking illegal drugs from Morocco.
21:18 Psc Starts Meeting In Addis Ababa Ahead Of Au Summit
By Seleshi Tessema.
21:17
Denmark Fights Glut Of Cheap Euro Money Denmark Fights Glut Of Cheap Euro Money
Denmark's central bank has lowered its deposit rate again, making banks pay even more if they choose to park their money at the storage facility. The move was prompted by the ECB's quantitative easing policy. The central bank of Denmark on Thursday announced its third deposit rate cut this month, ai...
21:14
Araqchi: Marathon-Like Talks With Six Countries A Tough Job Araqchi: Marathon-Like Talks With Six Countries A Tough Job
Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said on Thursday that continued talks with six countries that lack close stands is like a Marathon.
21:03 No 'Security Incident' On Israel-Lebanon Border: Sources
Israeli army sources have denied reports about any "security incident" on border with Lebanon.
21:03 Brazil Records 'Lowest-Ever' Unemployment Rate In 2014
Good news on the jobs front was tempered by Brazil's first year end primary budget deficit since 1997.
21:03 Germany Extends Patriot Missile Deployment In Turkey
Patriot missiles to stay in Turkey until 2016, due to ongoing threat posed by Syria.
21:03 Turkey To Evaluate Un Human Rights Review 'Diligently'
Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc says Turkey has already approved 199 recommendations of the UN Human Rights Council.
21:03 Update - Eu Extends Russia Sanctions Over Ukraine Crisis
European Union extends sanctions against Moscow by six months following renewed fighting in eastern Ukraine.
21:03 Egypt Slams Critical Remarks By Un Rights Commissioner
Egypt's Foreign Ministry on Thursday criticized as "incomprehensive" a statement by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the death of more than 20 people in protests marking the 4th anniversary of the Jan. 25 revolution, which ousted autocratic President Hosni Mubarak in 2011.
21:03 Philippine Rebels Sign Landmark Arms Handover Deal
Government and Moro Islamic Liberation Front sign historic protocol.
20:48 Un Appeals For Record $3.1B In Aid For Crisis-Hit Children
UNICEF seeks record $3.1 billion to help 62 million children at risk in humanitarian crisis.
20:47
Opinion: Facebook's Thirst For Data Is Out Of Control Opinion: Facebook's Thirst For Data Is Out Of Control
Facebook users now have to give away even more personal data than before. You can either accept it or get out. This Faustian pact between Internet giants and their users is becoming ever clearer, says Mathias von Hein.
20:46
End Of Austerity In The EU? End Of Austerity In The EU?
Just as austerity advocates say reforms are bearing fruit, fears are growing in northern Europe that parties imitating Greece's Syriza may threaten the consolidation consensus. Is the EU about to reject austerity? Many European governments see Alexis Tsipras' electoral victory in Greece as an accide...
20:33 Correction - Au, Un Voice Cautious Optimism On Ebola
Please read: "No" evidence of Ebola mutation in 14th paragraph.
20:33 Ukrainian President Praises Volunteers For Mobilization
Poroshenko says Ukraine army to boast 250,000 troops in 2015.

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