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16:19 Rocket Attack Kills 2 Policemen In Pakistan
Security forces suspect secular Baluch militants are responsible for attack.
31.01.2015
13:47 Who Is Responsible For Fiasco In Egypt?
It is always difficult to express your views freely. The expression of ideas bears some cost where there is no consolidated democracy. You are, of course, free to praise the political administration and argue that they are doing great. And it becomes very lucrative if you do so.However, expressing y...
31.01.2015
18:49 Bangladesh Opposition Announces 3-Day Shutdown
Bangladesh opposition to impose another 72 hour shutdown.
30.01.2015
08:33 43 People Rescued After Bay Of Bengal Boat Capsize
ľ Trawler sinks off Bangladesh coast while reportedly heading to Malaysia.
30.01.2015
18:27 'Foxcatcher': Wrestling Of The Egos
Don't be fooled: ôFoxcatcherö is not a film about the sport of wrestling. Well, it is, but it is so much more than that.If Aristotle were alive, he would anoint this film with the best tragedy of 2014 certificate, for such a colossally dramatic film of the human condition couldn't have been made wit...
29.01.2015
14:03 Boat Carrying Up To 100 Migrants Sinks In Bay Of Bengal
ľ Trawler sinks off Bangladesh coast while reportedly heading to Malaysia.
29.01.2015
12:33 Resigned Yemen Govt 'Not Responsible' For Country
The government of Prime Minister Khaled Bahah, which resigned last week, has said it is no longer responsible for running Yemen's affairs, blaming the Shiite Houthi group for "paralyzing" the country and hindering its political transition.
29.01.2015
09:36 Complaint Filed Against Uludere Victims' Relative For Twitter Posts
Commander of the Turkish Armed Forces' (TSK) Sirnak Division Col. Abdullah Baysal has filed a complaint against Veli EncŘ, a man who lost 11 members of his family in the 2011 Uludere massacre, for defamation on his Twitter account. Baysal, who was commander of the GŘlyazi regiment at the time of the...
29.01.2015
03:47
Australia Cafe Siege Victim In Sydney Killed By Police Bullet Fragments Australia Cafe Siege Victim In Sydney Killed By Police Bullet Fragments
An inquest into the siege at a Sydney cafe in December has found that one of two hostages who died was hit by police bullet ricochets. The second victim was killed by the gunman responsible for taking the hostages. The inquest at the New South Wales Coroner's Court heard that the 38-year-old barrist...
29.01.2015
17:17
AU Faces Acid Test Over Continent's Hotspots AU Faces Acid Test Over Continent's Hotspots
Boko Haram, Ebola, Central African Republic, South Sudan - African leaders have much on their agenda at their summit this weekend. At the top of the list is the creation of an anti-terrorism force. At the beginning of the week, the President of the African Union commission Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, pi...
28.01.2015
11:39 Can Greek Leftists Change The EU?
The victory of Syriza in the Greek national elections did not come as a surprise, but the size of the win remains remarkable. The coalition of radical leftist parties led by Alexis Tsipras won 36 percent of the vote and almost half of the seats in the Greek Parliament. It was clear for some time tha...
28.01.2015
15:19
Pakistan's Fuel Crisis Might Cost PM Sharif His Government Pakistan's Fuel Crisis Might Cost PM Sharif His Government
Pakistan' citizens are clueless about what's driving the fuel crisis in the country. They're uninterested in hardcore economic issues. They need is petrol and gas, and they hold PM Sharif responsible for the shortage. "We read in the newspapers that oil prices had gone down all over the world. But i...
27.01.2015
01:17
Who Killed Litvinenko? London Inquiry Aims To Shed Light On 2006 Murder Who Killed Litvinenko? London Inquiry Aims To Shed Light On 2006 Murder
Ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko died of polonium poisoning in 2006. An inquiry now aims to find out who was responsible, after years of political wrangling between London and Moscow. The first hearing in a public inquiry into the 2006 murder of ex-Russian secret agent Alexander Litvinenko is to ...
27.01.2015
21:07 Police Officers Testifying In Dink Murder Case Point To Police Intel Chief
Three former police officials who were working in the intelligence unit of the Trabzon Police Department at the time of the 2007 murder of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink have pointed to the current head of the National Police Department's intelligence unit as the top official responsible for...
26.01.2015
19:42
Armenia Responsible For Tension On Contact Line Between Troops Armenia Responsible For Tension On Contact Line Between Troops
All the responsibility for the tense situation on the line of contact between the Azerbaijani and Armenian troops rests entirely on Armenia, an invader state, which violated international law principles and norms and the UN Charter,
26.01.2015
17:19 Egypt Minister Vows To Bring Activist's Killer To Court
Egyptian Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim said Monday that he would bring the individual responsible for killing a female activist in Cairo on Saturday to court himself if the individual turned out to be a policeman.
26.01.2015
09:29 Davutoglu, The Next 'Parallel' Victim?
After the end of the Cold War I concluded that despite the serious problems it faced, Turkey was on a course to consolidate a liberal and pluralist democracy. My cautious optimism peaked during the first two terms in power of the Justice and Development Party (AKP). The rapid progression towards a o...
26.01.2015
16:58
Iranian Parliament Speaker Warns Obama To Control US Political Infighting Iranian Parliament Speaker Warns Obama To Control US Political Infighting
Ali Larijani said that if the Americans are not able to control their political infighting, then they would be responsible for any possible failure of the talks.
24.01.2015
12:44 Did The Bug Prosecutor Fabricate Evidence?
Since last week I've been examining the evidence folders of the lawsuit launched alleging that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's offices were bugged.The indictment is based on two basic foundations. The first one is the reports of the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (T▄BITAK) ...
24.01.2015
18:25 Southeast Power Firm Fires Back At Mayors Over Unpaid Bills
A lingering crisis over unpaid electricity bills between Dicle Electricity Distribution A.S. (DEDAS), the company responsible for electricity distribution in the Southeast, and local authorities, showed no signs of resolution as the firm accused the mayors of the areas of ignoring their calls to pay...
23.01.2015

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