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20:03 Kenya To Go Ahead With Rail Project Despite Court Order
The Kenyan government on Friday asserted that construction of a multibillion dollar railway would resume – starting next week – despite a court order to suspend it due to a dispute over land compensation.
24.10.2014
19:38 CHP's Bekaroglu Accuses Government Of Sectarianism
Republican People's Party (CHP) deputy and Islamic intellectual Mehmet Bekaroglu has accused the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK party) of carrying out systematic discrimination against Turkey's Alevi minority, claiming that for the past 12 years, no Alevi citizen has passed the examination...
24.10.2014
19:09 Canaries Aim For 3 Points Against Gençler Ahead Of BJK Derby
When the Yellow Canaries welcome Gençlerbirligi in their week seven Spor Toto Super League encounter on Saturday evening, they will be looking to punish the Ankara club simply for being the first team to show up since Fenerbahçe lost to Galatasaray last weekend. The derby did not go well for Fenerba...
24.10.2014
15:46
Fears For President's Health As Zambia Marks 50 Years Of Independence Fears For President's Health As Zambia Marks 50 Years Of Independence
Zambia may be politically stable in conflict-ridden region, but its human rights record gives cause for concern and most of the population live in poverty. Half a century has elapsed since Zambia, formerly the British protectorate of Northern Rhodesia, gained its independence. The event is being cel...
24.10.2014
14:03 Hong Kong Protesters To Vote On Next Move
A poll will be held Sunday at Admiralty protest site to decide future of pro democracy demonstrations.
24.10.2014
13:16
China And Japan Strive To Improve Ties China And Japan Strive To Improve Ties
After four years of strained diplomatic relations, Beijing and Tokyo appear to be making efforts to heal the rift. Analysts warn, however, that the relationship will remain fractious for years to come. The Japanese media reported on Friday, October 24, that former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukud...
24.10.2014
12:00 Global Corruption And Crossing Boundaries (2)
All of us are aware of the problem of scams and corruption. The problem has grown rapidly in recent years. In my previous article “Global corruption and crossing boundaries (1)” (Oct. 23, 2014), I referred to the Kroll Fraud Report. Many respondents in this international survey of executives mask th...
24.10.2014
11:55 Caricature Of Justice And The EU
I have just read that the EU Commission said they had taken note of the closing of the corruption case in Turkey. I am sure that they took note of more than just this outrageous legal scandal of covering up corruption and graft, but they cannot say more. I am sure they are aware of the fact that Tur...
24.10.2014
11:34 Israeli Panel To Discuss E. Jerusalem Settlement Building
An Israeli panel is scheduled to meet next week to discuss plans for a large scale settlement building in East Jerusalem.
24.10.2014
10:16
BASF Lowers 2015 Operating Profit Outlook BASF Lowers 2015 Operating Profit Outlook
Germany's BASF has reported growing sales for the third quarter amid a difficult business environment. But it warned it might not be able to meet earlier operating profit targets next year. The world's largest chemicals company logged a 3-percent rise in sales in the third quarter, compared to the p...
24.10.2014
09:27
Baku 2015 European Games Begins 'European Games For Everyone' Regional Schools Tour Baku 2015 European Games Begins 'European Games For Everyone' Regional Schools Tour
The Baku 2015 European Games today begins a nationwide tour of Azerbaijan’s schools called ‘European Games For Everyone’ to educate and inform pupils about next summer’s inaugural event.
24.10.2014
18:06 Turkey Sees State Railway Privatization Next Year
The Turkish government is preparing to implement a year-old plan to allow private companies to operate in the rail transportation sector starting from 2015, a senior official said on Thursday. Turkey's transportation, maritime affairs and communications minister, Lütfi Elvan, said on Thursday in Is...
23.10.2014
12:22 Kurdish Opening Of Turkey
The democratization process, which is also called “the Kurdish opening,” is the most daring process initiated by the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Turkey. Only the AKP has carried this project beyond rhetoric. Several attempts were made in the past to tackle the problem, but it never...
23.10.2014
12:21 The AKP's Only Option
Whatever the Justice and Development Party (AKP) says about the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), Kobani and the Democratic Union Party (PYD), they have been forced to do or say the opposite of what they've claimed. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had repeatedly asserted that the PKK, ISIL...
23.10.2014
18:48 Egypt Mulls Renewal Of Transport Deal With Turkey
Signed in March 2012 between the governments of both countries, the agreement is due to expire on April 29 of next year.
22.10.2014
18:17
Searching For Germany's Identity On A Bike Searching For Germany's Identity On A Bike
What makes Germans tick? That's what Anna Magdalena Bössen wants to find out. She is biking through Germany to get to know the country better. Along the way, she recites German poetry in exchange for a place to stay. DW: Miss Bössen, you just returned home from a special journey. For the last three ...
22.10.2014
18:17
Hills The Focus In Next Year's Tour De France Hills The Focus In Next Year's Tour De France
The 2015 Tour de France will involve three countries and lots of mountains, organizers announced Wednesday, unveiling the route of the 102st edition of the race. Next year's action begins in the Dutch city of Utrecht. The 2015 route of the Tour de France sees more mountain stages and far less emphas...
22.10.2014
17:18
'We Will Succeed In These Negotiations 'We Will Succeed In These Negotiations"
This December, representatives from most of the world's countries will gather in Peru to discuss climate change challenges at the COP20. Peru's Environment Minister Manuel Pulgar-Vidal told DW what he hopes to achieve. DW: The Climate Change Conference taking place here in Bonn this week is focused ...
22.10.2014
16:18 Palestinian-Israeli Talks To Resume In Cairo Next Week
The Egyptian government has informed Palestinian negotiators that indirect talks with their Israeli counterparts will resume in Cairo next Monday, Palestinian negotiator Khaled al Batsh said Wednesday.
22.10.2014
14:06 Elderly Man Found Dead In Istanbul's Gezi Park
Body of an old man was found in Gezi Park, next to Taksim Square in central Istanbul, on Wednesday. Reportedly, people visiting the park noticed a man lying on the ground and called the police and medical staff. An ambulance arrived at the scene and medical officials determined that the man had alre...
22.10.2014

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