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10:58
Russian-Abkhaz Agreement To Negatively Affect Security Of Georgia Russian-Abkhaz Agreement To Negatively Affect Security Of Georgia
First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Davit Zalkaliani met with the Special Representative of the OSCE, Ambassador Angelo Gnaedinger, who is also co-chair of the Geneva talks.
24.10.2014
10:46
German Consumer Confidence Stops Falling German Consumer Confidence Stops Falling
Not that geopolitical tensions in many regions of the world have become less virulent, but German consumers appear to be less fazed by them now, market researchers say. Household confidence levels are slightly up. Consumer confidence in Germany reversed its protracted fall, the Nuremberg-based GfK m...
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
10:05 EU Leaders Agree To Increase Renewable Energy Consumption To 27 Percent
The EU leaders adopted 2030 climate and energy framework, which provides for mandatory increase of renewable energy share up to a third of the union's total consumption, according to the report from the October European Council meeting published on its official website Friday."An EU target of at lea...
24.10.2014
08:33 Turkey Moves To End Exploitation Of Refugee Workers
Analysts examine new laws aimed at bringing undocumented workers out from the shadowy world of black market labor.
24.10.2014
02:28
The First Ebola Case Has Been Detected In Mali The First Ebola Case Has Been Detected In Mali
A 2-year old girl who had recently arrived from Guinea was diagnosed with the Ebola virus.
24.10.2014
01:18 Brazil Polls Give Rousseff Clear Lead Over Neves
Two new polls give Dilma Rousseff a clear lead over rival Aécio Neves for the first time in the presidential runoff campaign.
24.10.2014
23:18
US Treasury Official: 'Islamic State' A Petrostate US Treasury Official: 'Islamic State' A Petrostate
The "Islamic State" has amassed wealth at an unprecedented pace, according to a US Treasury official. IS earns about $1 million a day from black market oil sales alone. David Cohen, US treasury undersecretary for terrorism and financial intelligence, said the "Islamic State" (IS) pulls in 790,000 eu...
23.10.2014
21:17
Excavation Worker Killed In Ludwigshafen Gas Pipe Explosion Excavation Worker Killed In Ludwigshafen Gas Pipe Explosion
A gas explosion in Germany has killed an excavation worker and injured more than 10 people. Several houses have been damaged. Thursday's blast in Ludwigshafen also gutted parked cars and created a crater 10 meters (33 feet) in diameter and 5 to 6 meters deep. Police in the western industrial city sa...
23.10.2014
19:48 Isil Raising $1M Dollars Per Day From Oil Sales
U.S. official says there are signs that the U.S. led coalition’s operations have “begun to impair” the terror group's ability to raise funds from oil smuggling.
23.10.2014
19:47
Audi Announces Recall Over Airbag Problem Audi Announces Recall Over Airbag Problem
German auto maker Audi has said it's recalling hundreds of thousands of vehicles to fix software responsible for airbag deployment. It said it would take drivers under an hour to carry out the software update.
23.10.2014
19:16
Deutsche Welle Launches Lagos Bureau Deutsche Welle Launches Lagos Bureau
Deutsche Welle is expanding its operations in Africa as it realigns itself in an increasingly tough global media market. The German international broadcaster opened a new bureau in Lagos, Nigeria on Wednesday. Deutsche Welle has dispatched two correspondents, Jan Philipp Scholz and Adrian Kriesch, t...
23.10.2014
19:03 Kosovo Fm Pays First Official Visit To Serbia
Enver Hoxhaj says two countries will solve their problems soon.
23.10.2014
18:40 Ministry Denies Embargo On Say As Musician Issues Open Letter To Gov't
The Turkish Culture and Tourism Ministry issued a written statement on Thursday rejecting allegations that a state-funded orchestra is imposing an embargo on works by classical pianist-composer Fazil Say after the musician issued an open letter to the government.The ministry said in its statement th...
23.10.2014
18:27 Turkish Film Director Punched After Criticizing Deputy PM
A Turkish movie director was punched in the face following a ceremony in which he made remarks criticizing a deputy prime minister for not "tolerating" his short film. Director Suat Eroglu won first place in a short film contest on Wednesday organized by the Confederation of Real Trade Unions (Hak-I...
23.10.2014
18:27 Deputy PM Arinç Says He Thought New Complex Would Be Used By Davutoglu
Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arinç said on Thursday he thought a newly built complex at the Atatürk Forestry Farm (AOÇ) would be used by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu but that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan prefers to use it instead. The construction of the complex is to be finished soon. It was fi...
23.10.2014
18:26 CHP's Tanrikulu Accuses Gov't Of Rekindling Deep State
Main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) Deputy Chairman Sezgin Tanrikulu has said, referring to the growing number of suspicious murders, particularly in the country's Southeast, that the deep state in Turkey has been rekindled under the rule of the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) g...
23.10.2014
18:08 Central Bank May Start To Feel The Pinch Again
The Central Bank of Turkey has decided to keep the benchmark interest rates unchanged in the latest meeting of its Monetary Policy Committee (PPK), held on Thursday, in line with the expectations of the markets. For me, keeping the rates unchanged means that the bank actually decided not to raise th...
23.10.2014
18:06 ISO: Turkey's Growth Hindered By Major Obstacles
Istanbul Chamber of Industry (ISO) board chairman Erdal Bahçivan warned that Turkey's economy is facing major obstacles to its growth while speaking at a meeting held by the ISO on Thursday. Bahçivan said Turkey's economy performed well in the beginning of 2014 but sustained slower than expected gr...
23.10.2014
18:06 Turkey Attracts 30 Mln Tourists In 9 Months
The number of foreign visitors to Turkey in the first nine months of the year totaled 30.09 million, up 6.11 percent over the same period last year according to figures released by the Culture and Tourism Ministry on Thursday. Foreign visitors rose 2.02 percent year-on-year in September to 4.35 mill...
23.10.2014

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