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17:00 Israeli Cabinet Approves 'Jewish State' Bill
The Israeli cabinet on Sunday approved a controversial bill that would anchor into Israeli law the status of the state of Israel as the nation state of the Jewish people.
23.11.2014
23:46 Police Tops Rights Violators Of Uganda Homosexuals: Report
The Ugandan police have been labeled the top violator of homosexuals' rights in the East African nation, according to a new report on rights violations based on gender identity and sexual orientation.
21.11.2014
13:44
German Corporate Unease In South Africa German Corporate Unease In South Africa
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has been visiting South Africa, Berlin's most important African partner. German companies there fear troubled times lie ahead. The visit to South Africa by Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier began with a surprise. When his plane landed at the Wat...
21.11.2014
12:16
Climate Change Fund Creeps Toward Target Climate Change Fund Creeps Toward Target
Donor countries have pledged $9.3 billion for a fund aimed at helping developing countries tackle the challenges of climate change. Officials hope a $10-billion target will be met in the coming months. Thirty nations on Thursday pledged a combined $9.3 billion (7.4 billion euros) for a United Nation...
21.11.2014
12:01
Amnesty Slams Indonesia's 'Oppressive' Blasphemy Laws Amnesty Slams Indonesia's 'Oppressive' Blasphemy Laws
A new report by Amnesty International accuses Indonesia of upholding blasphemy laws which the rights group views as fueling harassment, intimidation and attacks against religious minorities in the Southeast Asian nation. In terms of religion, Alexander Aan is not a typical Indonesian. The 30-year-ol...
21.11.2014
18:16 Africa Deserves 2 Permanent Unsc Seats: Equatorial Guinea
Africa deserves two permanent seats on the United Nations Security Council, which would give the continent the right to veto draft resolutions, Equatorial Guinea's foreign minister, Agapito Mba Mokuy, has said.
20.11.2014
11:46 Africa Cup Of Nations Finalists Announced
Defending winner Nigeria and Egypt, which has won the most championships, fail to qualify for the finals.
20.11.2014
05:55
Iran Calls UN Human Rights Resolution Iran Calls UN Human Rights Resolution "Biased"
Iran has slammed a resolution by the United Nations General Assembly's rights committee on alleged human rights violations in the country.
20.11.2014
00:55
People Of Middle East Must Control Own Fate - Erdogan People Of Middle East Must Control Own Fate - Erdogan
Turkish President: Will the nations of Middle East and North Africa choose their own solutions, or will they allow outsiders to choose them?
20.11.2014
00:01 Erdogan: People Of Middle East Must Control Own Fate
Turkish President: Will the nations of Middle East and North Africa choose their own solutions, or will they allow outsiders to choose them?
20.11.2014
23:46 Top US General Says His Mission Is To Destroy Isil
Gen. Martin Dempsey says nation building and overthrowing the Syrian president are not in his plans.
19.11.2014
21:16 Germany: No Recognition For Russia's Crimea Annexation
Foreign Minister Steinmeier says Russia's taking over the Ukrainian region is a clear violation of international law.
19.11.2014
16:16 Bulgaria: Call To Cut Turkish News Program Sparks Anger
Nationalists' call for Turkish language bulletin to be dropped on state run television raises fears of 'divided nation'
19.11.2014
15:31 Gulf Nations, Including Qatar, To 'Support Egypt': Riyadh
By Ahmed al Masri.
19.11.2014
14:23 1.8 Billion Adolescents Worldwide – More Than Ever Before In Human History
The 1.8 billion adolescents worldwide – more than ever before in human history – can help to propel their countries' economies, provided that Governments invest in education, health care and jobs for them, a new report released today by the United Nations shows.During a press conference today (18 No...
19.11.2014
10:54 Religion And Politics Make An Explosive Mixture
Identities are an awesome phenomenon. People may choose identities, but they also find themselves in identity “cocoons” as they join or are born into social groups. Identities are relatively lasting but they change over time. Their importance may increase or decrease according to the circumstances.A...
19.11.2014
09:49 From Hiding Money To Media Control, Scandalous Tapes Proven Authenic
day long ordeal to hide $1 billion cash, bashing media patrons, mocking Qur'an and arranging hookers. Scandalous voice recordings of Turkey's then Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, family and ministers that rocked the nation for months have largely been proven authentic following an examination b...
19.11.2014
14:19
Discoverers Of Blue Lupine Protein Source Nominated For German Future Prize Discoverers Of Blue Lupine Protein Source Nominated For German Future Prize
German scientists have extracted high-quality protein from lupines. Lupines help stabilize the soil, and they could also help in the fight against global hunger. The scientists are up for a major prize. The world's population has reached 7.2 billion, and the United Nations estimates that figure to p...
18.11.2014
11:57 UN Underlines Importance Of Improving Children's Health
The United Nations on Monday marked the fourth World Prematurity Day, stressing that the complications of preterm birth outrank all other causes as the world's number one killer of young children. "On World Prematurity Day, I urge all partners to recognize the vital importance of addressing prematu...
18.11.2014
11:44 New ICJ Judge Elected
The United Nations General Assembly and the Security Council on Monday (17 Nov) elected Patrick Lipton Robinson of Jamaica to serve a nine-year term as a judge of the International Court of Justice (ICJ). Four other judges had been elected earlier in the month, but after two days and numerous rounds...
18.11.2014

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