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Socceroos With A Point To Prove As First Silverware Beckons At Asian Cup Socceroos With A Point To Prove As First Silverware Beckons At Asian Cup
Teetering on the edge of a soccer breakthrough for years, Australia finally has a chance to make footballing history at the Asian Cup. But could their success actually end up harming them? It's not easy to dominate the headlines in an Australian sporting summer. With Big Bash cricket, Australian Ope...
30.01.2015
10:03 Borsa Istanbul Up At Opening Of First Session
The BIST 100 index was up at the opening of first session Friday, Jan. 30, 2015.
30.01.2015
03:17
Amazon Surprises Market With Fourth-Quarter Profit Amazon Surprises Market With Fourth-Quarter Profit
Despite a net loss for 2014, Amazon has beaten expectations with a fourth-quarter profit of $214 million (189 million euros). Search engine Google failed to meet fourth-quarter forecasts, however, with $4.8 billion. Online retailer Amazon reported a full-year loss of $241 million on Thursday for 201...
30.01.2015
22:54
Top Five Questions For Part Two Of 2014/15 Bundesliga Season Top Five Questions For Part Two Of 2014/15 Bundesliga Season
The Bundesliga is back and as we restart the season, there are a number of questions that need to be answered by the 18 top-flight clubs. Here are our top five most pressing issues in Germany's top division. Will Bayern stay unbeaten? After failing to lose in the first half of the 2014/15 Bundesliga...
29.01.2015
21:03 Brazil Records 'Lowest-Ever' Unemployment Rate In 2014
Good news on the jobs front was tempered by Brazil's first year end primary budget deficit since 1997.
29.01.2015
19:48 Greek Pm, European Parliament Head Discuss New Reforms
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has met European Parliament President Martin Schulz for the first time since he won the elections in Greece.
29.01.2015
19:47
Southern US Community College Students Cautious About Funding Promises Southern US Community College Students Cautious About Funding Promises
Community colleges are a first step in many Americans' higher education, but they're also a political football. DW's Gero Schliess asked students and teacher in New Orleans about calls to change the schools' funding. "Without education, what is America? Supporting education: that's America!" said Ty...
29.01.2015
19:46
Lindner: 'Ebola Crisis Is By No Means Over' Lindner: 'Ebola Crisis Is By No Means Over'
The worst Ebola virus outbreak in history has killed nearly 9,000 people. Almost of them in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. The WHO says the worst is behind but Germany's Ebola envoy says there is need for caution. DW: The World Health Organization says the number of new Ebola infections is fallin...
29.01.2015
19:03 Car Govt Shuns Seleka-Anti-Balaka Cease-Fire
The transitional government of the Central African Republic (CAR) on Thursday refused to recognize a cease fire agreement signed earlier this week in Nairobi by the predominantly Muslim seleka militia and the predominantly Christian anti balaka militia.
29.01.2015
18:48
Alibaba Posts Disappointing Sales Amid Profit Drop Alibaba Posts Disappointing Sales Amid Profit Drop
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has logged a jump in revenue, but it hasn't been big enough to meet investors' expectations. The company's shares took a dive as the firm reported a fall in net profit. Chinese Internet giant Alibaba booked a 40-percent jump in sales in the fourth quarter to $4.2 bil...
29.01.2015
17:53
Bleak News For Gazprom As Profits Tumble Bleak News For Gazprom As Profits Tumble
Russia's gas giant Gazprom announced on Thursday that its third quarter profits plunged 61 percent as supplies were suspended to Ukraine, one of its main customers. Gazprom's profits between July and September 2014 reached 105.7 billion rubles ($1.5 billion, 1.36 billion euros), while revenues in th...
29.01.2015
17:51
Word Of The Week: Telko Word Of The Week: Telko
What do business people do all day? When you abbreviate a pair or group of words in English, you tend to take the first letter of each word. Germans, however, take the entire first syllable of each word. That can lead to entire new and sometimes unusual sounding words. Germans have tons of these kin...
29.01.2015
17:50
Bundesliga Set To Re-Start After Winter Break Bundesliga Set To Re-Start After Winter Break
The wait is finally over: on Friday night, Bayern will host Wolfsburg in the first game of the second half of the Bundesliga season. Other fixtures this weekend will also be a good litmus test for Bayern's competition. It's been a long wait for fans of the Bundesliga, but the German top flight is se...
29.01.2015
16:59
How Boko Haram Is Slowing Growth In Northern Nigeria How Boko Haram Is Slowing Growth In Northern Nigeria
Nigeria is both the biggest oil producer and home to the largest economy on the African continent. However, terrorist attacks by Boko Haram have slowed progress on renewable energy in the north of the country. Kano, Nigeria, November 14, 2014 - two Boko Haram militants drive their car into a petrol ...
29.01.2015
16:56
Germany Sees Consumer Prices Fall On Cheap Oil Germany Sees Consumer Prices Fall On Cheap Oil
For the first time in five years, Germans have had to pay less for goods and services as continuously low oil prices keep weighing on pricing policies. But experts said deflationary worries were exaggerated. Living costs dropped in Germany in January for the first time since then peak of the global ...
29.01.2015
16:33 Egypt's Sisi Arrives In Ethiopia
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al Sisi arrived Thursday in Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa for his first ever visit to the Horn of Africa nation.
29.01.2015
15:42
Bakcell Supports Protection Of Physical And Mental Health Of Children Bakcell Supports Protection Of Physical And Mental Health Of Children
Bakcell, The First Mobile Operator and The Leading Provider of Mobile Internet of Azerbaijan, together with the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the British Council Azerbaijan, has supported the ôTOPs Program - improving physical and mental fitness as well as the academic perf...
29.01.2015
13:17
Shell Cuts Investment Amid Oil Price Slump Shell Cuts Investment Amid Oil Price Slump
Royal Dutch Shell, Europe's largest oil company by market value, has announced a major cut in spending over the next three years in an effort to balance the company's growth with the returns from lower oil prices. Oil company Shell reacts to the current oil price slump by cutting investment over the...
29.01.2015
13:17
Klinsmann: 'I Had To Change My Own Ways' Klinsmann: 'I Had To Change My Own Ways'
JŘrgen Klinsmann speaks to DW about soccer in the US, his search for identity and his German roots. The former German star has recently been nominated as German Football Ambassador. DW: When you first came to the USA, what was your first impression of the state of soccer? JŘrgen Klinsmann: I was 19 ...
29.01.2015
13:12
The Washington Times: First European Games To Catapult Azerbaijan Onto Global Sports Stage The Washington Times: First European Games To Catapult Azerbaijan Onto Global Sports Stage
When the first-ever European Games launch this June in Baku, technology, athletes and entertainers will command the stage in a two-week extravaganza certain to catapult Azerbaijan onto the global sports stage,
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