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23:33 Who, W. African Nations Agree $100Mln Anti-Ebola Plan
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the presidents of the West African countries affected by the deadly Ebola virus unveiled on Friday a new $100 million response plan for the fight against the virus outbreak.
01.08.2014
20:47
Ice Cream Nation: German Market Most Valuable In Europe Ice Cream Nation: German Market Most Valuable In Europe
The days of Germany only being known for its hearty cuisine are over. Ice cream is whetting the appetites of Germans nationwide - to the tune of $2.7 billion in market value in 2013. When diners think of Germany, their minds are likely to wander to traditional foods like schnitzel, sausage, pretzels...
01.08.2014
18:18
Why Norwegians Love Coffee Why Norwegians Love Coffee
Many consider Italy to be the home of the espresso, but Norwegians are taking aim at teaching the world how to brew the best coffees in the world - putting them in the globe's top three coffee consuming nations. If you have ever visited a Norwegian home, chances are the first thing you have been off...
01.08.2014
17:17
Indian Rice Revival To Heal Ravaged Lands Indian Rice Revival To Heal Ravaged Lands
India exported $3 billion worth of shrimp last year. The nation's seafood industry is booming, but it's also damaging the environment. Farmers in one community are turning to an age-old practice to save their land. At first glance, the town of Neendakara in the south Indian state of Kerala looks lik...
01.08.2014
16:36 More Int'l Observers, Experts Arrive For Audit Of Afghan Runoff Polls
More international observers and experts arrived on Friday in Afghan capital of Kabul to take part in the audit process of presidential runoff elections. "The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) welcomes the deployment of professional international observers and UN experts ahea...
01.08.2014
16:24 Africa Focus: Nigeria Intensify Surveillance To Curtail Ebola Spread
Nigeria was intensifying surveillance to curtail possible spread of Ebola virus after the death of a 40- year-old Liberian, Patrick Sawyer, on July 25 in Lagos, the nation's commercial hub, the government has said. Fears of global outbreak were raised last week, after a man showing signs of Ebola w...
01.08.2014
15:30 Drought To Force Iran To Shut Down Agriculture
A severe country wide water shortage across the Islamic Republic of Iran could result in the disappearance of the 3,000-year-old agriculture industry, an Iranian climate expert said.The drought will hit sooner or later, but it's the anticipation that Iranians are learning to cope with. Iran is curre...
01.08.2014
12:23
Libya Hospitals Face Collapse If Asian Staff Flee Libya Hospitals Face Collapse If Asian Staff Flee
Libya has warned of a "total collapse" of its health care system as the chaos plaguing the country threatens to send into flight many of the Filipino and Indian staff on whom its hospitals depend.
01.08.2014
02:18 Team To Go To Cairo To Discuss Ceasefire: Hamas
Hamas declared earlier that it accepted a United Nations brokered 72 hour humanitarian truce in Gaza.
01.08.2014
16:47
West Africa Nations Step Up Anti-Ebola Fight West Africa Nations Step Up Anti-Ebola Fight
'Ebola is real. Ebola is contagious. And Ebola kills,' said Liberian President Johnson Sirleaf. As West Africa grapples with the virus, global health officials call for a measured response. Fear is now spreading in Nigeria following the first fatal case of Ebola in the city of Lagos. "My parents, wh...
31.07.2014
05:33
ISIL Major Threat For Iraq: Security Council ISIL Major Threat For Iraq: Security Council
The United Nations Security Council has voiced concerns over the crisis created by ISIL Takfiri terrorists in Iraq, calling them “a major threat", Press TV reported.
31.07.2014
04:48
Abbas Declares Gaza 'Humanitarian Disaster Zone' Abbas Declares Gaza 'Humanitarian Disaster Zone'
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has declared the embattled Gaza Strip a "humanitarian disaster zone" and called for a swift intervention from the United Nations and international community to provide international protection for Palestinians against the Israeli "aggressions", Anadolu a...
31.07.2014
23:48 Abbas Declares Gaza 'Humanitarian Disaster Zone'
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has declared the embattled Gaza Strip a "humanitarian disaster zone" and called for a swift intervention from the United Nations and international community to provide international protection for Palestinians against the Israeli "aggressions."
30.07.2014
23:48
Ban Condemns Israeli Attack On UN School In Gaza Ban Condemns Israeli Attack On UN School In Gaza
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has condemned Israel’s attack on an UN-administered school that killed 15 people, Anadolu agency reported.
30.07.2014
21:17
Indonesia: Jokowi's Uphill Economic Challenges Indonesia: Jokowi's Uphill Economic Challenges
An economic slowdown, rampant corruption and declining foreign investment are just some of the issues plaguing Indonesia's economy. DW takes a look at the challenges incoming president Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has to tackle. After being declared the winner of the recently held presidential elections, Jo...
30.07.2014
18:03 Un Says Israeli Shelling Of Gaza 'Disgraces The World'
The United Nations relief agency’s Commissioner General Pierre Krahenbuhl condemns killing children in their sleep.
30.07.2014
17:47
Climate Change: The 'Greatest Threat' To The Peoples Of The Pacific Climate Change: The 'Greatest Threat' To The Peoples Of The Pacific
Amid growing concerns over rising sea levels, this year's Pacific Islands Forum summit has started. Its Secretary General Tuiloma Slade reiterates that climate change threatens the viability of the forum's member states. The Pacific Ocean is "under siege" and with it its small islands states - that ...
30.07.2014
14:49
Israeli Army Says Militants Fired From Vicinity Of Gaza School Israeli Army Says Militants Fired From Vicinity Of Gaza School
The Israeli military, in an initial response to the killing of 19 Palestinians in a United Nations-run school in Gaza Wednesday, said militants near the facility had fired mortar bombs and Israeli forces had shot back.
30.07.2014
14:47
Argentina Faces Countdown To Default Argentina Faces Countdown To Default
Negotiations in New York between Argentina and its creditors are drawing to an end. Should the talks come to nothing, The Latin American nation will default - and it wouldn't be a first for the country. Vulture funds, bankruptcy profiteers and greedy capitalists - to many observers it's clear who is...
30.07.2014
04:17
Opinion: EU Backs Words With Actions On Russia Sanctions Opinion: EU Backs Words With Actions On Russia Sanctions
For months, the EU looked on as Moscow destabilized Eastern Ukraine. But after the downing of MH17, Brussels had no choice but to impose economic sanctions against Russia, says DW's Bernd Riegert. Finally, the European Union has acted. After hesitating and wavering for months, Brussels has imposed t...
30.07.2014

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