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Russian Investigators Deny Billionare Was Released Russian Investigators Deny Billionare Was Released
One of Russia's richest men remains under house arrest on money laundering charges, says the nation's Investigative Committee. The company of a Russian billionaire placed under house arrest on money laundering charges claimed he was freed on Friday, but in an odd twist, the nation's top criminal inv...
19.09.2014
22:16
Merkel Pledges Aid To Fight Ebola In West Africa Merkel Pledges Aid To Fight Ebola In West Africa
Germany and France will send military transport planes to West Africa to help efforts to contain the Ebola outbreak. Nearly 30,000 health workers have set out in Sierra Leone to assess the extent of the epidemic there. Expressing concern at the "dramatic course" the current Ebola outbreak has taken,...
19.09.2014
20:48
Xi Jinping's Landmark Visit To India Xi Jinping's Landmark Visit To India
As China's President Xi Jinping wrapped up his maiden trip to India, a series of deals aimed at boosting economic growth in both countries were closed. But tensions also flared over an unresolved issue. DW examines. It was meant to be a visit to reset the relations between the world's two most popul...
19.09.2014
20:48
WFP Seeking To Expand Asia's Use Of Nutrient-Rich Rice WFP Seeking To Expand Asia's Use Of Nutrient-Rich Rice
Vitamins and minerals are being added to Asia's main staple, rice, to help those suffering from chronic nutrient deficiencies in the region's developing nations. The latest technologies are now set to boost production. More than two billion people worldwide are living with the consequences of micron...
19.09.2014
19:35 Cihan News Agency Diary
Cihan News Agency DiaryGMT 18:00Cihan News Agency latest on Friday September 19, 2014Here are the main Video News items Cihan News Agency aims to cover todayTOP NEWSEXPECTEDDELIVEREDBOMB ATTACK IN KIRKUK: A car bomb which was detonated in a crowded marketplace on Friday in northern Iraqi city of Kir...
19.09.2014
18:46
Separatists Across Europe Still Feel Vindicated Separatists Across Europe Still Feel Vindicated
After a close 'No' vote for Scottish independence, many governments in Europe breathe a sigh of relief. But other regions are now calling for a referendum. Relief is spreading among those who want to keep nations in their present form. On the other hand, Catalonian, Flemish, and South Tyrolean separ...
19.09.2014
18:35 Gülsün Karamustafa Among Laureates Of Prince Claus Awards
Contemporary Turkish artist Gülsün Karamustafa has become one of the recipients of the 2014 Prince Claus Awards, presented annually by Amsterdam's Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development.The 68-year-old artist was praised for her paintings, videos and installations. “Her body of works stands o...
19.09.2014
17:35 International Day Of World Peace Celebrated In Ankara
United Nations Turkey and Turkish Japanese Foundation celebrated "World Day of Peace " together with a peace bell ceremony in Turkish capital of Ankara on Friday.Along with UN representatives and Turkish Japanese Foundation members, students, members of the diplomatic corps and NGO representatives a...
19.09.2014
16:02 Gaza Mp Slams Israel's Barring Of Un Envoy From W. Bank
An independent Palestinian lawmaker has lashed out at Israel after the latter barred the United Nations' special envoy to the Palestinian territories from entering the occupied West Bank.
19.09.2014
13:46
Call For Peace Marches In Russia Call For Peace Marches In Russia
For the first time in six months, opposition groups in Russia want to demonstrate against the Kremlin's Ukraine policies and Moscow's propaganda machine. Observers on the ground look at the potential for protest. On Sunday, September 21, peace marches are planned for Moscow and other major Russian c...
19.09.2014
12:38 UN Resolution Calls All Nations To Take Quick Actions Against Ebola
The Security Council unanimously passed a resolution calling on all nations to take quick action and provide urgent assistance to those affected by the current Ebola outbreak. Only twice before has the Council met to discuss the security implications of a public health issue. Both times the focus wa...
19.09.2014
12:33
Indian Prime Minister Says Al Qaeda Will Fail In India Indian Prime Minister Says Al Qaeda Will Fail In India
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said al Qaeda will struggle to recruit members in the world's second-most populous nation and he praised Indian Muslims for their commitment to fight for the country.
19.09.2014
12:07 Scotland's Future And Federalism
Scots went to the polls yesterday to cast ballots for the future of Scotland. By the time this article was written, the results had not been announced. It seems this referendum will usher in a considerable debate in terms of federalism and the coexistence of nations irrespective of its results.It is...
19.09.2014
11:36
Caucasian Islamic Army's Activities Prove 'One Nation - Two States' Principle Caucasian Islamic Army's Activities Prove 'One Nation - Two States' Principle
The Caucasian Islamic Army’s activity is a proof of the validity of the “one nation - two states” principle,
19.09.2014
11:35 Ban Ki-Moon Meets With Iran's Zarif
United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon met on Thursday (18 Sep) with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif at headquarters to discuss Iran's nuclear program, the human rights situation in the country and regional conflicts, particularly in Iraq and Syria.Ban hoped that a comprehensive agre...
19.09.2014
11:16
Opinion: The Kingdom Remains United Opinion: The Kingdom Remains United
The nationalists in Scotland lost, but the country and democracy won. Europe can breathe a huge sigh of relief, writes DW's Bernd Riegert from Edinburgh. It was a highly emotional cliffhanger right to the end whether Scotland would vote for independence from the United Kingdom or not. In the end pol...
19.09.2014
23:48 Un Says 5 Peacekeepers Killed In Mali Attack
Five United Nations peacekeepers were killed on Thursday and three others wounded in a bomb attack in northern Mali that targeted a military vehicle belonging to the U.N. Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA), the U.N. said.
18.09.2014
23:02 UK Gives Uganda £30Mln For Anti-Corruption Initiative
KAMPALA (AA) The U.K. Department for International Development (DFID) has given the Ugandan government £30 million (around $49 million) as a contribution to fighting corruption in the East African nation.
18.09.2014
21:16
Switzerland Mulls Offering Protection To Edward Snowden Switzerland Mulls Offering Protection To Edward Snowden
Whistleblower Edward Snowden has maintained that he would prefer to find asylum in a democratic country. Could Switzerland secure his passage out of Russian exile? Swiss authorities have reportedly concluded that they could protect former NSA contractor Edward Snowden from extradition to the United ...
18.09.2014
19:08 Russia To Remove Duty On Iranian Produce
Amid an embargo on food imports from EU countries, Russia has decided to remove the duty on Iranian fruits and vegetables, according to a report in the Dünya daily on Thursday. Following EU sanctions imposed on Russia for its annexation of Crimea in March, Russia retaliated by imposing trade embargo...
18.09.2014

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