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Dortmund Hope Champions League Bout Can Turn Around Early Season Slump Dortmund Hope Champions League Bout Can Turn Around Early Season Slump
After six rounds in the Bundesliga, Borussia Dortmund is sitting on a measly seven points. The team is hoping to get their season back on track with a win in the Champions League on Wednesday night against Anderlecht. Borussia Dortmund travel to the Belgian capital Brussels on Wednesday to play Ande...
30.09.2014
18:15
The Bottom Line On Facebook Alternative Ello The Bottom Line On Facebook Alternative Ello
Everyone wants to join Ello. Despite being launched in March, the social network has been causing a huge stir in recent days. Invites to the network are now even being sold on Ebay. But the platform has its critics. When you sign onto Ello for the first time, you feel alone. The design is minimalist...
30.09.2014
17:34 August Foreign Trade Deficit Up 13.5 Pct, Reaches $8 Billion
Turkey's foreign trade deficit for the month of August reached $8.036 billion, a 13.5 percent year-on-year increase, according to figures released by the Turkish Statistics Institute (TurkStat) on Tuesday.The deficit exceeded forecasts of $6.75-7 billion. The foreign trade deficit for the first eigh...
30.09.2014
17:19 Lions Look For Historic Win And 3 CL Points At Arsenal
Galatasaray heads to the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday in hopes of besting the team that narrowly knocked its fellow Istanbulites out of the UEFA Champions League. Arsenal overcame Besiktas with a 1-0 aggregate score to demote the Black Eagles to the Europa League, and now Galatasaray is trying to a...
30.09.2014
17:15
Namibia Narrowly Avoids Missing Trade Deadline With EU Namibia Narrowly Avoids Missing Trade Deadline With EU
African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) states that have not ratified Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) with the EU will shortly lose their free EU market access. Namibia was one of the last to say it would sign up. It is cold in the fish sorting room at the Seawork fish processing plant at Walvis...
30.09.2014
16:45
App Check: Where's The Next Cafe, Please? App Check: Where's The Next Cafe, Please?
Helping you find a shop close by in a city you don't know, that's what the Yelp app promises travelers. All entries are made by the users themselves making this application crowd sourced content. Restaurant, bar, coffee shop - these are the categories that the user sees first of all. These are the m...
30.09.2014
14:04
European Market To Help Georgia's Economy Develop European Market To Help Georgia's Economy Develop
Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili delivered speech at the World Economic Forum in Istanbul.
30.09.2014
13:01 Borsa Istanbul Flat At Close Of First Session
BIST 100 index flat at close of morning session on Tuesday, September 30, 2014.
30.09.2014
12:46 Nairobi's Gikomba Market Braves Terror Scars
Two improvised explosive devices exploded in the market in May, killing ten and injuring at least 70 others. It was blamed on Al Shabab.
30.09.2014
12:45
French Debt Tops Symbolic Level Of 2 Trillion Euros French Debt Tops Symbolic Level Of 2 Trillion Euros
France's public debt has shot up to just over 2 trillion euros ($2.5 trillion) for the first time, according to official figures for the second quarter. National debt now stands at 95.1 percent of GDP. National Statistics Agency INSEE said on Tuesday that France's national debt reached 2.023 trillio...
30.09.2014
12:15
More Germans In Work, But Market Weaker More Germans In Work, But Market Weaker
Fresh data from the German Labor Agency have shown a slight drop in the unadjusted unemployment rate in Europe's economic powerhouse. But a closer look revealed a weaker job market all the same. The Nuremberg-based German Labor Agency (BA) reported Tuesday the number of jobless people in Europe's bi...
30.09.2014
11:57
Asia Buys Less Than 1M Bpd Of Iran Crude For First Time This Year Asia Buys Less Than 1M Bpd Of Iran Crude For First Time This Year
Asian buyers imported less than 1 million barrels per day of Iranian crude for the first time this year in August as China's buys hit the lowest since the easing of Western sanctions, although intake was still up 6.4 percent from a year ago.
30.09.2014
11:49 Turkey's First Electric Vehicle Completes Test Drive
Yerel T1, Turkey’s first electric vehicle, completed its test drive by consuming a highly low amount of electricity in 15 days. The automobile toured 13 different cities in the country in 15 days covering a distance of 5,000 kilometers through electricity which costs TL 75 in total. Final destinatio...
30.09.2014
11:46 Gaza Resumes Exports For 1St Time After Israeli War
Exports from the Gaza Strip have resumed this week for the first time since the beginning of the 51 day Israeli offensive on the enclave two months ago, a Palestinian official said Tuesday.
30.09.2014
11:15
Japan's Factory Output Takes A Surprise Dive Japan's Factory Output Takes A Surprise Dive
The most recent economic data from Japan have suggested the world's third largest economy is facing a hard time recovering from a sales tax hike earlier this year. Both factory output and household spending dropped. Japan's industrial output saw a surprise drop in August, the Economics Ministry repo...
30.09.2014
09:49 Tens Of Thousands Of Chinese People On Streets For More Democracy
Huge amounts of Chinese people flocked to the streets to hold a demonstration to claim more democracy in the country. The demonstration which started on Monday evening lasted until Tuesday morning. Security forces intervened in the incident and detained large numbers of people. Chinese government wa...
30.09.2014
09:31
Iran Unveils Its First Smart Online Filtering Software Iran Unveils Its First Smart Online Filtering Software
Iran’s Supreme Council of Cyberspace (SCC) has unveiled the first “smart filtering software” which is capable of accurate and rapid detecting of “offensive” content online.
30.09.2014
08:45
Ebola Crisis: Is The World Up To The Challenge? Ebola Crisis: Is The World Up To The Challenge?
As the US and the world step up their efforts against the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the institutions and practices they rely on are being called into question. September has been a month of US action on Ebola. President Barack Obama announced he was sending 3,000 troops to Liberia, where they w...
30.09.2014
07:31
48 More Journalists Join Azercell's English Language Courses This Year 48 More Journalists Join Azercell's English Language Courses This Year
Azercell Telecom – the leading mobile operator of Azerbaijan’s communication market has always been paying a special attention to cooperation with media and once again launched English language courses for journalists.
30.09.2014
04:45
Opinion: Alibaba's Rivals Start To Gather Opinion: Alibaba's Rivals Start To Gather
Even though Alibaba broke records with its spectacular stock market debut, its rivals in China are already gathering momentum. They might well give it a run for its money, writes DW columnist Frank Sieren. In recent weeks and months, Alibaba and its founder Jack Ma have generated more media interest...
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