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19:43 The Prosecutor Asks Why Zaman's Editor Published Two Columns And A News Article
As part of the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) government's efforts to crack down on independent media outlets that are critical of the government, Ekrem Dumanli, the editor-in-chief of the nation's best-selling daily, has been charged with "establishing and administrating an armed organiza...
19.12.2014
18:59 Pinar Selek Acquits For Fourth Time
Pinar Selek, a sociologist and author had been suspected of helping bomb Istanbul's Spice Bazaar in 1998, has been acquitted by a Turkish local court on Friday for the fourth time.Selek learnt about the decision of the court by phone in France, where he lives in forced exile since she has become the...
19.12.2014
16:12 German Cars Excluded From Crimea Sanctions List
Sanctions not intended to weaken Russian economy 'but to effectuate a change in relations,' says German foreign ministry spokeswoman.
19.12.2014
16:10
Crimean Armenians Receive National Cultural Autonomy Crimean Armenians Receive National Cultural Autonomy
Russia’s Justice Ministry ratified Dec. 13 the creation of an Armenian regional national cultural autonomy in Ukraine’s breakaway region of Crimea,
19.12.2014
15:35 Christmas Song Madness
It's the holiday season -- and that means it's time for Christmas music and lots of special traditional preparations. Christmas is less than a week away. The next few days are going to pass very quickly for many of us as we prepare to celebrate Christmas. Part of the celebration is listening to our ...
19.12.2014
15:07
Iran FM Rejected UN Human Right Resolution Iran FM Rejected UN Human Right Resolution
Iran's Foreign Ministry rejected the resolution of United Nation's General Assembly on Iran, condemning human right abuse.
19.12.2014
14:43
From 'Look East' To 'Act East' – India Shifts Focus From 'Look East' To 'Act East' – India Shifts Focus
India's "Look East policy" has long shaped the nation's ties with the Asia-Pacific. But PM Modi now pursues a more ambitious agenda based on stronger ties to Japan, Vietnam, Australia and ASEAN, says Danielle Rajendram. For over two decades India's "Look East" policy has shaped the way the country d...
19.12.2014
21:02 Zaman Daily's Chief Editor Charged Under Anti-Terror Laws For Doing His Job
As part of an intensified government campaign of cracking down on critical and independent media outlets in Turkey, Ekrem Dumanli, the editor-in-chief of the nation's best-selling daily, has been charged with "establishing and administrating an armed organization" under the anti-terrorism law based ...
18.12.2014
16:12 Eu Targets Oil, Gas Investment In Crimea
EU bans European companies from exporting goods used in the exploration and production of oil, gas and minerals to Crimea.
18.12.2014
22:42
Peshawar School Massacre: 'Pakistan's 9/11' Peshawar School Massacre: 'Pakistan's 9/11'
Talks between Islamabad and militants appear to be on hold in the wake of Tuesday's Peshawar school massacre. DW spoke to the Islamabad correspondent for The Express Tribune, Zahid Gishkori, about a nation in mourning. So many people were affected by Tuesday's school massacre - what has been the imp...
17.12.2014
18:50 Former Minister Suspected Of Corruption Marks Dec. 17
As the nation observes the first anniversary of a massive corruption investigation that was subsequently dropped by the prosecutors, one of the suspects in the Dec. 17, 2013 operation, former Minister of European Union Affairs Egemen Bagis, marked Dec. 17 as the day the EU decided to start accession...
17.12.2014
13:13
Pakistan Leaders Mull Strategy As Nation Mourns Attack Pakistan Leaders Mull Strategy As Nation Mourns Attack
Pakistani leaders have met to discuss how to deal with Tuesday's Taliban school attack in Peshawar, which killed at least 141. The country has begun three days of mourning. Parents and relatives of children and staff readied themselves for mass funerals in Peshawar, where seven Taliban gunmen attack...
17.12.2014
18:07 Gov't Redesign Of Police Department Costs TL 1.2 Billion
The government has spent as much as TL 1.2 billion for a year-long redesign of Turkey's national police force, replacing thousands of officers with those loyal to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan following two separate corruption probes last year, a report has shown. After corruption investigations o...
16.12.2014
13:48
Economic Woes Put Brakes On EU Car Sales Economic Woes Put Brakes On EU Car Sales
European car sales logged moderate increases despite falling demand and stagnation in the eurozone's two largest economies. But the new figures show growth is at its slowest pace this year. European automobile sales slowed to its lowest rate in a year in November, as slumps in consumer demand plague...
16.12.2014
11:23
Nation-Wide Strike Slows Belgium To A Crawl Nation-Wide Strike Slows Belgium To A Crawl
Belgium unions protesting government reforms have grounded flights, shut sea ports, and brought trains to a standstill. Isolated incidents have been reported between union members and riot police. Protesters blocked traffic outside the European Union headquarters in Brussels, and clashed with the po...
16.12.2014
09:51
Ukrainian PM Appeals For Help From NATO, EU Ukrainian PM Appeals For Help From NATO, EU
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has urged NATO to do more to help his country's military as it struggles to quell a pro-Russian insurgency. He also appealed to the European Union for urgent financial help. The Ukrainian premier said on Monday that, while visiting NATO headquarters in Brus...
16.12.2014
23:27 Russia Has Right To Deploy Nuclear Weapons In Crimea: Fm
'Russian state has, in accordance with international law, every right to dispose of its legitimate nuclear arsenal according to its own interests,' says Lavrov.
15.12.2014
16:57 Un Says Over 1,300 People Killed Despite Ukraine Truce
Ukraine and annexed Crimea witnessing violence and human rights violations, claims UN report.
15.12.2014
15:40
HRW: Lao Government's Investigation In Sombath Case 'Is A Sham' HRW: Lao Government's Investigation In Sombath Case 'Is A Sham'
Two years ago, prominent activist Sombath Somphone vanished from the streets of the Lao capital Vientiane. Although the government could give answers, they remain silent to this day, HRW's Phil Robertson tells DW. On the evening of December 15, 2012, civil society leader Sombath disappeared without ...
15.12.2014
14:36 Turkey And Taiwan
Turks, who are known for their national pride, need a sharp lesson from Taiwan. Taiwan has a population of only 23 million, but this “tiny” nation's total export value is more than $305 billion, which is almost twice that of Turkey. And Taiwan does better in many other areas as well. For instance, i...
15.12.2014

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