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09:18
Bakcell Launches New Project Supporting Young Developers Bakcell Launches New Project Supporting Young Developers
Bakcell, The First Mobile Operator and the Leading Mobile Internet Provider of Azerbaijan, is pleased to launch an innovative mobile developer program “AppLab” in cooperation with Qualcomm, a world leader in next-generation mobile technologies.
23.09.2014
09:02 Turkish Electric Car Travels 2500Km, Costs 37 Liras To Run
Turkish made electric car traveled 2,500 kilometers (about 1553 miles) to six cities and cost only 37.5 Turkish liras (about $17) since September 15.
23.09.2014
08:02
British PM To Meet Iranian President For First Bilateral Talks In Decades British PM To Meet Iranian President For First Bilateral Talks In Decades
David Cameron is to hold the first bilateral talks between a British prime minister and an Iranian president since the 1979 revolution when he has a face to face meeting with President Hassan Rouhani in the next two days in New York.
23.09.2014
06:15
Amnesty Slams China Over 'Tools Of Torture' Industry Amnesty Slams China Over 'Tools Of Torture' Industry
The number of Chinese firms exporting "tools of torture" has grown dramatically over the past decade, a new report from Amnesty International says. Many of the products are used by human rights violators worldwide.
23.09.2014
05:47
US Launches Air Strikes On Syria Islamic State Militants US Launches Air Strikes On Syria Islamic State Militants
The US and allied nations have launched the first air strikes against Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria.
23.09.2014
04:15
Gaza War Is Over, But Struggles Continue Gaza War Is Over, But Struggles Continue
Four weeks after the end of the war between Hamas and Israel, talks between Palestinians and Israel are set to take place this week in Cairo. In Gaza, people are desperate to rebuild their homes and lives. The fish market right next to the small port in Gaza City is a hive of activity early in the m...
23.09.2014
22:17 US Expects Turkey To Act On Isil After Hostages Freed
“They are committed to doing this, but they first needed to deal with their hostage situation,” says US' Kerry.
22.09.2014
21:46
Germany Grounds 'Sea Lynx' Helicopters On Piracy Duty Germany Grounds 'Sea Lynx' Helicopters On Piracy Duty
The majority of the German Bundeswehr navy's helicopter fleet is currently out of service. A recurring fault was found on "Sea Lynx" choppers currently being used for the EU's anti-piracy mission off the Horn of Africa. On Monday, Germany's Defense Ministry confirmed a report first published in the ...
22.09.2014
20:45
The Meagre Sum Total Of Obama's Environmental Policies The Meagre Sum Total Of Obama's Environmental Policies
Activists hope for clear words from US President Obama when the climate summit begins Tuesday in New York. To date, his environmental policies have been a disappointment for many US citizens. When Hurricane Sandy swept across New York City almost two years ago, it also hit Elizabeth Yeampierre's nei...
22.09.2014
19:10 Traffic Accidents Claim 9 Lives, Injure 11 In Single Day
Nine people were killed and an additional 11 injured in three traffic accidents that took place on Sunday.The first accident involved a van that was carrying a family home from a wedding in Amasya. The van overturned in Hekimhan, a district of Malatya province, on Sunday, leaving six dead and four o...
22.09.2014
18:53 'If I Stay': The Melodrama Of Purgatory
Looking at the films Hollywood has been spurting out these days for the young adult crowd, it seems that the hip thing for kids today is the concept of the “lure of death.” First it was the “Twilight” series, about one girl's twisted fascination with a dead vampire, then came “The Fault In Our Stars...
22.09.2014
18:52 Dollar Gains Value Against Lira, Interest Rates Follow
The lira and Turkish stocks sustained losses with interest rates following suit on Monday, along with other emerging markets and currencies, as a series of disappointing signs of a Chinese slowdown came in, adding to the pressure from an appreciating dollar.
22.09.2014
17:46
HK Protests Reflect 'Anger And Disappointment' At Beijing HK Protests Reflect 'Anger And Disappointment' At Beijing
Braving stifling heat, thousands of students took to the streets of Hong Kong to push for democratic reforms in a move which analyst Joseph Cheng views as reflecting the sentiment of many of the city's residents. Hong Kong students skipped class on September 22 and staged a sit-in at the Chinese Uni...
22.09.2014
17:15
Rapping For Korea Rapping For Korea
Rap artist Kang Chun-hyok speaks up. When the Seoul-based refugee from North Korea enters the stage to perform, he provokes with his political lyrics. In a DW interview, he talks about his life story and his motives. Kang Chun-hyok was born in North Korea, in the northeastern province of Hamgyong, w...
22.09.2014
17:07
Iran Builds First Specialized Oncology Clinic Iran Builds First Specialized Oncology Clinic
Iran is building the country's first specialized clinic for the treatment of oncological diseases, a statement posted on the website of the Iranian channel IribNews says.
22.09.2014
16:06
Russian, Kyrgyz Citizens Arrested In Kazakhstan For Drugs Possession Russian, Kyrgyz Citizens Arrested In Kazakhstan For Drugs Possession
Citizens of Russia and Kyrgyzstan were arrested in Kazakhstan with a large consignment of drugs found in their car.
22.09.2014
16:02 Fdi In Turkey Reaches $8 Billion In First Seven Months
Turkey's manufacturing sector becomes largest recipient of international capital.
22.09.2014
15:47 Turkey's Treasury Borrows $2.3Bn In Bonds
Turkey's Treasury auctioned 5.1 billion Turkish liras ($2.3 billion) Monday in two bond sales.
22.09.2014
15:16
Alibaba: Bread-And-Butter Business Follows Dream Start Alibaba: Bread-And-Butter Business Follows Dream Start
Chinese online giant Alibaba has gotten off to a sensational start on Wall Street. That's good for the stock exchange and global shares trading. But now, the retailer has to prove its mettle in its everyday operations. Brokers and Chinese business people filled the floor of the New York Stock Exchan...
22.09.2014
15:16
Missing Ultrasonic CEO Wants To Return Missing Ultrasonic CEO Wants To Return
A Chinese CEO who disappeared last week with most of his company's cash reserves has curiously announced his return. Shares in the shoemaker Ultrasonic doubled on the news. A Chinese executive who went missing last week with most of his company's cash reserves resurfaced on Monday, denying reports t...
22.09.2014

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