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Ebola Response: Is The World Too Late? Ebola Response: Is The World Too Late?
The number of Ebola infections is steadily decreasing. But the crisis in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone is not over. The global community is now planning ways to avert future epidemics. The Ebola epidemic was a central theme during the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) conferenc...
27.01.2015
19:08 Galatasaray Faces Eskisehirspor Away In Group G Of Turkish Cup
Galatasaray takes on Eskisehirspor away in the standout fifth-round match in the Ziraat Turkish Cup at Atatürk Stadium on Wednesday evening. The two teams co-lead Group G with nine points from four games and the winner will earn a berth to the next round.In the event of a draw, both Eskisehirspor an...
27.01.2015
19:06 Cbank Signals More Rate Cuts Under Erdogan Pressure
Turkey's central bank may hold an early monetary policy meeting next week and discuss an interest rate cut if inflation continues to fall sharply, Governor Erdem Basçi said on Tuesday, comments that follow increased pressure from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the bank to lower the rates. Basçi, ...
27.01.2015
05:42
Alleged Russian Spy To Face Up To 10 Years Alleged Russian Spy To Face Up To 10 Years
The next court hearing over Russian national Evgeny Buryakov, an alleged Russian spy arrested in the Bronx, New York, is scheduled for February 9.
27.01.2015
22:47
Sieren's China: Shanghai Exchange Inches Nervously Toward Options Rollout Sieren's China: Shanghai Exchange Inches Nervously Toward Options Rollout
The Shanghai Stock Exchange is counting down to next month's launch of the mainland's first stock option market. It will be an acid test for the capital markets, says DW columnist Frank Sieren. It's not a good idea to burst a blister, because it could get infected. But, as far as the Chinese governm...
26.01.2015
15:50
Bayern Munich's Pep Guardiola In No Rush Over New Contract Bayern Munich's Pep Guardiola In No Rush Over New Contract
With Pep Guardiola's Bayern contract set to expire at the end of next season, rumours are surrounding any possible contract talks. However, Bayern are happy to wait until the summer. Bayern Munich head coach Pep Guardiola has once again signalled that he and the club are happy to hold off contract t...
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
09:34 Unpaid Site Management Fees (2) -- What Happens Next?
The first part of this article covers the response to a question from a reader concerning site management fees and it visualizes how tricky an unpaid fee issue can become if it is not paid the attention as deserved. Anyway, the big question is the following: “Can this problem end up in you losing yo...
26.01.2015
09:29 Davutoglu, The Next 'Parallel' Victim?
After the end of the Cold War I concluded that despite the serious problems it faced, Turkey was on a course to consolidate a liberal and pluralist democracy. My cautious optimism peaked during the first two terms in power of the Justice and Development Party (AKP). The rapid progression towards a o...
26.01.2015
12:42 AKP: Party's Critics Are Traitors
Last week Saturday at a party meeting in Adana, Justice and Development Party (AKP) Deputy Chairman Mustafa Sentop, who is a constitutional law professor, declared that the destiny and fate of Turkey have now been attached to the fate of the AKP and thus those who criticize and oppose the AKP are op...
24.01.2015
10:51 U.S. President Cancels Plan To Visit Taj Mahal
U.S. President Barack Obama, who is due to visit India next week, has canceled his plan to visit Taj Mahal, one of seven world wonders at Agra in northern India due to security reasons, said official sources Saturday. Enditem.
24.01.2015
22:48
Spain, Croatia Post Perfect Group Records Spain, Croatia Post Perfect Group Records
The co-favorites both topped their pools after the final round of matches at the Handball World Championships in Qatar, but sterner tests await in the next phase. Elsewhere, Tunisia edged out Bosnia and Herzegovina. Defending champion Spain extended its perfect record to five matches with a 30: 26 d...
23.01.2015
21:47
German Pop Royalty Nudge PEGIDA Off Monday Anti-Islam Demo German Pop Royalty Nudge PEGIDA Off Monday Anti-Islam Demo
Germany's PEGIDA anti-Islam group says its next demonstration will take place this Sunday - not the regular Monday - in the eastern city of Dresden. The reason? An anti-PEGIDA rock concert. PEGIDA organizers have moved their next protest, their 13th, in the eastern city of Dresden to Sunday, instead...
23.01.2015
18:17
Satire After The Paris Attacks: 'We Will Not Be Silenced.' Satire After The Paris Attacks: 'We Will Not Be Silenced.'
How far can you go with satire? After the Paris attacks, organizers of Germany's Rose Monday parades have been asking themselves this very question. In Cologne, they've chosen their theme for 2015: "Je suis Charlie." "They were brave," says Jacques Tilly, a Carnival float builder from Düsseldorf, re...
23.01.2015
15:49 Arab Parties Aim To Destroy 'Jewish Israel': Lieberman
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Friday that a unified list of Arab Israeli candidates in the country's next general election would conspire to obliterate Israel's Jewish nature.
23.01.2015
11:57
PACE Monitoring Committee To Appoint New Co-Rapporteur On Azerbaijan PACE Monitoring Committee To Appoint New Co-Rapporteur On Azerbaijan
The name of the new co-rapporteur of the PACE Monitoring Committee on Azerbaijan will be announced next week, former co-rapporteur Joseph Debono Grech (Malta) told Trend Jan. 22.
23.01.2015
06:53 Rift And Rift
There was a vote in Parliament two days ago about whether to refer four ex-ministers to the high court because of corruption. Opposition party deputies and nearly 50 Justice and Development Party (AKP) deputies voted for referral. For former EU Affairs Minister Egemen Bagis, only 255 of 302 AKP depu...
23.01.2015
06:51 'Suspected' Government
By relying on its majority in Parliament, the Justice and Development Party (AKP) did not send four former ministers suspected of being involved in bribery and corruption to court for prosecution. So this means that Parliament covered up the Dec. 17-25 bribery and corruption investigation. The file ...
23.01.2015
06:50 Corruption, 301, Punishment For Tweets
All of this happened in just the past three days:Parliament decided not to send ex-ministers to the Constitutional Court on charges of corruption. The ruling party MPs voted “no.” Criminal liability is of course personal; no institution can be blamed for the wrongdoings of its individual members. Ho...
23.01.2015
20:09 MHP Demands To Know If Gov't Will Transfer Land To Armenians
A leading opposition figure has claimed that the government is preparing to offer some land to Armenians as the 100th anniversary of the mass deportation of Armenians from Anatolia by the Ottoman State approaches. “I know the AKP [ruling Justice and Development (AK Party)] has an ongoing project [o...
22.01.2015

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