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What Is Driving Pakistan's Fuel Crisis? What Is Driving Pakistan's Fuel Crisis?
Pakistan's latest energy crisis, a weeks-long petrol shortage, has brought parts of the nation to a standstill. Economist Daniel Martin speaks to DW about what's causing the shortage and what Islamabad can do about it. The shortage of imported oil began some two weeks ago, with affected areas almost...
27.01.2015
22:17
S&P Downgrades Russia To 'Junk' Territory S&P Downgrades Russia To 'Junk' Territory
US ratings agency Standard & Poor's has downgraded Russia to a level just below investment-grade. The agency said its decision was based on the assessment that the nation's growth prospects had weakened. Ratings agency S&P reported Monday it had cut Russia's sovereign credit rate to just below inves...
26.01.2015
21:09 Turkey Proposes EU Pick Chapter At Random To Open
Turkey's European Union Affairs Minister Volkan Bozkir has said Turkey is ready to open within two months any chapter of the EU acquis to be chosen at random by the 28-nation bloc, the Hürriyet daily reported on Monday. “I always voice this [issue] during my discussions with EU commissioners: Put al...
26.01.2015
21:09 Turkish Court Orders Facebook To Block Pages Insulting Muhammad
A Turkish court has ordered Facebook to block a number of pages deemed insulting to the Prophet Muhammad, threatening to completely block access to the social networking site if it does not comply.The order made by the Gölbasi Criminal Court of Peace on Sunday followed the request of a prosecutor. N...
26.01.2015
13:47
Opinion: Solidarity With Greece Makes Economic Sense Opinion: Solidarity With Greece Makes Economic Sense
Greeks voted to press the reset button for their country. For both economic and historical reasons, it's now time for Germany to reset its economic policy toward Greece and the southern eurozone, says DW's Jasper Sky. Syriza, the leftist party led by the charismatic 40-year-old Alexis Tsipras, will ...
26.01.2015
08:42
West, Europe Must Win Iranians Trust In Nuclear Talks West, Europe Must Win Iranians Trust In Nuclear Talks
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Jan. 25 that Western and European states must gain the confidence of the Iranian nation in the nuclear talks.
26.01.2015
23:17
Equatorial Guinea, Congo March On Equatorial Guinea, Congo March On
The host nation advanced with Congo to the quarterfinals of the Africa Cup of Nations after both secured wins in the deciding round of Group A matches. Gabon and Burkina Faso were left packing their bags for home. After a drab first half befitting the general standard of play to date, the Estadio de...
25.01.2015
20:17
Host Nation Through To Quarterfinals Host Nation Through To Quarterfinals
Austria, playing in the last 16 of the Handball World Championships for the first time, led Qatar 13-14 at the interval but fell away in the second half. Zarko Markovic goals sealed a 29-27 win for the buoyant hosts. Hosts Qatar edged unfancied Austria while Slovenia also won narrowly as both sides ...
25.01.2015
13:28
Iran Commiserates With Saudis On King's Passing Iran Commiserates With Saudis On King's Passing
Iran has extended condolences to the Saudi government and nation on the passing of the country's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
23.01.2015
12:16
Civil Unrest Set To Continue As Nepal Fails To Agree On Constitution Civil Unrest Set To Continue As Nepal Fails To Agree On Constitution
Nepalese lawmakers have failed to agree on a new constitution as the political parties remained at loggerheads over basic issues, a situation likely to be resolved through elections this year, as Alison Evans tells DW. Another deadline for drafting a new constitution for the Himalayan nation was mis...
23.01.2015
10:06 Saudi King Abdullah Dies, Succeeded By Half-Brother
Saudi King Abdullah has died and his half-brother Salman has become the new ruler, the Royal Court announced Friday. Prince Muqrin was declared new Crown Prince. "With great sorrow and grief His Highness Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and all members of the family and the nation mourn the Custodian o...
23.01.2015
19:57
EU Court Scraps Sanctions On Iran Bank, Shipping Concerns EU Court Scraps Sanctions On Iran Bank, Shipping Concerns
A European Union high court has annulled sanctions that the 28-nation bloc imposed on an Iranian bank and a shipping line and companies linked to it, over Tehran's nuclear programç AP reported.
22.01.2015
16:47
Unrest 'Taking Its Toll' On Bangladeshi Economy Unrest 'Taking Its Toll' On Bangladeshi Economy
The ongoing campaign of protests and transport blockades by Bangladesh's second biggest political party, BNP, is heavily constraining public life and business activity, as Dhaka-based analyst Henrik Maihack tells DW. The latest episode of political volatility in the South Asian nation began on Janua...
22.01.2015
15:36 Turkey Does Not Recognize Annexation Of Crimea, Reiterates Davutoglu
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko met with Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on the sidelines of World Economic Forum on Thursday in Davos, Switzerland. According to statement released by press office of Ukrainian Presidency, Davutoglu stressed that Turkey does not recognize annexation of Crimea say...
22.01.2015
11:59
US, Partners Continue Airstrikes Against IS In Syria, Iraq US, Partners Continue Airstrikes Against IS In Syria, Iraq
US and partner-nation military forces have conducted a total of 23 airstrikes against Islamic State (IS) forces in Syria and Iraq over the past two days.
22.01.2015
10:46
Obama To Visit India Amid Warming US-India Relations Obama To Visit India Amid Warming US-India Relations
Barack Obama is set to become the first US president to be chief guest at India's Republic Day Parade, a sign of expanding ties between the world's two largest democracies despite a host of thorny issues. DW examines. Tanks, missiles, thousands of soldiers and common people are set to line the stree...
22.01.2015
11:38 Survey: Joblessness Rather Than 'Parallel Structure' Seen As Biggest Problem
A mere 3.6 percent of Turkish citizens viewed the so-called “parallel structure” as the country's largest problem, while 33 percent selected unemployment as the major issue facing the nation, according to the results of an annual poll conducted by Istanbul's Kadir Has University released on Tuesday....
21.01.2015
22:47
Banned Indian Mangoes Now Allowed Back In Europe's Fruit Bowls Banned Indian Mangoes Now Allowed Back In Europe's Fruit Bowls
Mangoes grown in India can again be sold in the EU, after the 28-nation bloc lifted an import ban. Pest contamination saw the restriction imposed nine months ago. Brussels on Tuesday moved to allow the imports of Indian mangoes to the EU, after its ban nine months ago because of contamination. India...
20.01.2015
19:17 Former Interior Minister: Serap Eser Was Killed By MIT Member
Party of Nation and Justice (MILAD) leader and former Interior Minister Idris Naim Sahin has said in an interview with a daily on Tuesday that a member of the National Intelligence Organization (MIT) who infiltrated the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) was involved in the death of Serap Eser, who died...
20.01.2015
18:55 Survey: Joblessness Rather Than 'Parallel Structure' Seen As Biggest Problem
A mere 3.6 percent of Turkish citizens viewed the so-called “parallel structure” as the country's largest problem, while 33 percent selected unemployment as the major issue facing the nation, according to the results of an annual poll conducted by Istanbul's Kadir Has University released on Tuesday....
20.01.2015

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