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15:37
Kazakh Kazakh "Samruk-Kazyna" Fund Approves Sale Of 15 Companies To Private Sector
The commission on the sale of assets of the Kazakh National Welfare Fund "Samruk-Kazyna" approved the sale of 15 companies to the private sector.
24.07.2014
15:18
Opel Shines On Quality As Parent GM Recalls More Cars Opel Shines On Quality As Parent GM Recalls More Cars
US auto giant General Motors (GM) has issued another million-strong recall. While the announcement brings GM's tally to 30 million faulty vehicles this year, its subsidiary Opel has flourished. General Motors issued Wednesday six more recalls affecting 823,000 cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles...
24.07.2014
13:18 Borsa Istanbul Closes First Session At 14-Month High
The BIST 100 index is up at the close of the first session on Thursday.
24.07.2014
12:56
Afghan Market Bombing Kills 6 Afghan Market Bombing Kills 6
A bombing in a market in northern Afghanistan killed six people on Thursday, including a young girl, while a separate attack in the east killed a local police commander and his bodyguard.
24.07.2014
12:19
Boeing In Deal To Provide Plane Parts To Iran Boeing In Deal To Provide Plane Parts To Iran
Boeing has struck a deal with Iran Air to provide plane parts, the first time the US firm will be doing business with Iran since the US embargo of 1979.
24.07.2014
11:47
Oil And Gas Fuel BASF Profit Oil And Gas Fuel BASF Profit
Germany's chemicals and materials maker BASF logged double-digit growth in its profit for the second quarter. Higher sales on the back of a global recovery make the firm confident about meeting its 2014 goals. BASF earnings before interest and taxes (Ebit) in the second quarter came in at 2.1 billio...
24.07.2014
02:47
Auschwitz Nazi Guard Dies, Eludes Extradition Auschwitz Nazi Guard Dies, Eludes Extradition
US authorities say an 89-year-old man who was a SS guard at Auschwitz in 1944 has died in Philadelphia while facing extradition to Germany for trial. Johann Breyer had been arrested in June. A US federal judge's extradition order for an elderly Nazi war suspect was halted late Wednesday by an email ...
24.07.2014
01:34
Rouhani Orders: Urgent Dispatch Of Aids For Palestinians, Injured Rouhani Orders: Urgent Dispatch Of Aids For Palestinians, Injured
President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday ordered his cabinet's foreign and health ministers to urgently forward medicine, medical facilities, first aids, and food stuff for Palestinian people and injured individuals in Gaza under Israeli attacks.
24.07.2014
20:48
Opinion: Too Patient With Nigeria? Opinion: Too Patient With Nigeria?
100 days ago, the terrorist group Boko Haram kidnapped more than 200 schoolgirls. Despite an emotional social media campaign, the search was unsuccessful. But that's not the real scandal, says Jan-Phill Scholz. Sometimes it's hard to put up with the cynics and pessimists, who knew all along that the...
23.07.2014
20:47
Smith: 'Agreements Have Not Been Respected For Long' In CAR Smith: 'Agreements Have Not Been Respected For Long' In CAR
Rebels in the Central African Republic were due to sign a cease-fire agreement on Wednesday (23.07.2014). David Smith says even if the Seleka rebels drop their call for partition, the country is de facto split in half. DW: Did the peace summit on the Central African Republic (CAR) achieve any of its...
23.07.2014
18:48 2Nd Bomb Goes Off In Nigeria's Kaduna; Casualties Feared
A second blast has gone off in Nigeria's northwestern Kaduna State moments after a first explosion claimed the lives of 25 people on Wednesday.
23.07.2014
18:47
First Bodies Of MH17 Victims Arrive In Netherlands First Bodies Of MH17 Victims Arrive In Netherlands
Military planes carrying some of the bodies of victims from crashed flight MH17 have arrived in the Netherlands. The bodies were given a high-level official reception before being taken away for identification. The first bodies of victims from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 have arrived in the Netherla...
23.07.2014
17:47
Deutsche Bank Back In US Regulators' Crosshairs Deutsche Bank Back In US Regulators' Crosshairs
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has sharply criticized Deutsche Bank for "shoddy financial reporting." This assessment was first made public by the Wall Street Journal, which "ed a letter to the German lender. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY) has grave concerns about Deutsche Bank's...
23.07.2014
16:56
Deutsche Bank Says Opening Up Saudi Bourse 'Major Positive' Deutsche Bank Says Opening Up Saudi Bourse 'Major Positive'
A plan to open up the Saudi market to foreign investment is “a major positive” for the Middle East and North Africa, Deutsche Bank said on Wednesday.
23.07.2014
14:18 Low-Income Kenyans Cry Foul Over Kerosene Price Hikes
According to the statistics bureau, nearly three quarters of Kenya's 42 million strong population use kerosene and firewood.
23.07.2014
13:18 Borsa Istanbul Up At Close Of First Session
BIST 100 index is up at the close of the first session on Wednesday.
23.07.2014
12:20
Baku 2015 Welcomes First Games Academy Graduates Baku 2015 Welcomes First Games Academy Graduates
The Baku 2015 European Games Academy welcomed the first participants of its innovative Graduate Excellence Program to Baku this week.
23.07.2014
11:58 Armenian City Mayor Hits Mine In Occupied Territories Of Azerbaijan
Three people were injured in a mine explosion in the occupied territories of Azerbaijan. All of them were transported by a helicopter to the Erebuni medical center in Yerevan, Armenpress reported on July 22."The car hit a mine while moving through a mined area," the ministry said. "One of the four p...
23.07.2014
11:58 Dutch To Mourn MH17 Crash Victims On Wednesday
Wednesday, July 23, was declared a national day of mourning in the Netherlands for the victims of the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, which crashed last week in eastern Ukraine, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said Tuesday.The first bodies of the crash victims are scheduled to arrive in the Netherlan...
23.07.2014
11:57 'Pariah' Putin?
Despite the fact that the international investigation into the cause of the tragic MH17 plane crash in Ukraine that has left nearly 300 people dead has not yet properly begun, the conclusion already seems to have been decided -- Russia is guilty.This tragedy came after months of demands for Russia t...
23.07.2014

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