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00:29 Walmart Protesters Demand Better Wages
Demonstrators outside of a Walmart also showed solidarity with the family of a black teen killed by a white police officer.
00:12
Stuttgart Smash Freiburg On Stevens' Return Stuttgart Smash Freiburg On Stevens' Return
Stuttgart's shrewd coach has navigated through a relegation scrap with little problems in the past. And the Dutchman watched his team give a strong response, bagging a comfortable win at Freiburg. Stuttgart marked the return of Huub Stevens as the club's new head coach with a 4-1 thrashing at South ...
23:59 Liberia Court Indefinitely Halts Poll Campaigns Over Ebola
Liberia's Supreme Court on Friday ordered senatorial election campaigning by political parties and independent candidates to be temporarily halted over fears of the further spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
23:59 Turkey: Borsa Istanbul Rings Bell For Sukuk
Borsa Istanbul has for the first time introduced six sukuk of the Islamic Development Bank that are worth over $6 billion.
23:44 Millions Of Bargain Hunters Hit US Stores On Black Friday
Some stores began huge Black Friday sales on Thursday as protesters called for a shopping boycott.
23:44 Turkey To Fight Global Inequality During G20 Presidency
Prime Minister Davutoglu has vowed to bridge the gap between developed and undeveloped nations during Turkey's G20 presidency.
23:38
Palestinian Minister Hails Europe's Recognition Debates Palestinian Minister Hails Europe's Recognition Debates
Deputy Prime Minister Mohammad Mustafa says that recognition of Palestinian statehood will send 'a strong signal to Israel to change its policy'
23:14 Putin's Visit To Turkey Upgraded To Highest Level
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s upcoming visit to Turkey on Dec. 1 has been upgraded to the highest level, the Kremilin has said.
22:59 Spain: Policeman, Robber Killed In Bank Robbery
A police officer and a robber were killed in an exchange of fire outside a bank in Spain's northwestern city of Vigo.
22:44
Opinion: Cameron A Victim Of His Own Mistakes Opinion: Cameron A Victim Of His Own Mistakes
The British prime minister has promised a European course he can't hold and is paying the price. Instead of defending the EU, he undermines it, which will not help in his struggle against UKIP, argues DW's Barbara Wesel. British Prime Minister David Cameron wants to avoid a head-on clash with Brusse...
22:44 Ruling Party Predicted To Win Uruguay's Runoff Election
Two separate polls show Tabare Vazquez winning with as much as 55 percent of Sunday's vote.
22:44 Gazan Youth Injured By Israeli Gunfire
A Palestinian youth in the northern Gaza Strip was injured on Friday by gunfire emanating from Israeli army troops stationed on the border with Israel.
22:42
Are Self-Driving Cars The Future? Are Self-Driving Cars The Future?
Audi's CEO has said the first generation of driverless automobiles will be on our roads within the next two years. A few prototypes could make their way onto a public streets even sooner. Audi CEO Rupert Stadler called for the early release of self-driving cars along some specially designated stretc...
22:29 Upbeat Outlook For Lima Climate Talks
Major announcements by big climate polluters in event run up raise hopes for UN global deal in 2015.
22:21
Bayern Munich Smash Half A Billion Turnover Mark Bayern Munich Smash Half A Billion Turnover Mark
German champions Bayern Munich have announced their highest turnover in 114 years at a meeting of the club's members. Bayern also now have the most official club members in the world. Bayern Munich announced their largest turnover in 114 years at their Annual General Meeting on Friday. The Bundeslig...
22:18
Debate Over Monetary System Grows Debate Over Monetary System Grows
The majority of all existing money is created by commercial banks, who also make the majority of decisions over how it is spent. Is this a good thing for the economy? A growing movement is arguing for an alternative. Where does money come from? Printing it yourself, unsurprisingly, is illegal. But i...
22:14 Pakistan: Court Bans Arab Royals From Hunting Rare Bird
A Pakistani high court Friday barred Arab royals from hunting endangered migratory birds in the country’s southwestern Baluchistan province.
22:14 Pakistan Army Kills Seven 'Militants' In Airstrikes
Pakistan Army has killed seven suspected militants and injured 12 others in airstrikes in the northwestern Khyber tribal region.
21:44 Turkey: Treasury To Repay 33B Liras Debt By Feb. 2015
Turkey’s Treasury plans to pay back 33.1 billion liras of domestic debt, including 3.6 billion liras of foreign debt between December and February.
21:37
Interest In Joining Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Project Grows Interest In Joining Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Project Grows
Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey are working on an agreement on organizing railway transportation.

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