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Climate Change To 'Severely Impact' Growth In South Asia Climate Change To 'Severely Impact' Growth In South Asia
As more extreme weather hits South Asia, the effects of climate change are taking a toll on the region's economy, with some nations at risk of losing up to 8.8 percent of their GDP by 2100, analyst Mahfuz Ahmed tells DW. One of the most vulnerable regions to climate change is South Asia. Low-lying B...
20.08.2014
23:17
Steinmeier Considers Arming Kurds In Iraq Steinmeier Considers Arming Kurds In Iraq
Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier says German officials will decide this week whether to arm Kurds battling the "Islamic State" in Iraq. Germany has already sent humanitarian aid to the region. In an interview Tuesday, Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said Germany had a responsibility...
19.08.2014
12:19 1,000 Faint In Cambodia's Garment Factories This Year
Recurring mass fainting of workers blamed on various ills – including malnutrition, toxic fumes and collective hysteria.
19.08.2014
18:49 Libya Claims To Have No Information On Tripoli Airstrike
Libya's interim government says it has no information or evidence about the party responsible for a Monday airstrike on a camp near Tripoli's international airport associated with a local militia.
18.08.2014
13:49 Hamas Denounces Israeli Demolitions In Hebron
Palestinian resistance faction Hamas on Monday denounced Israel's demolition of two houses in the West Bank city of Hebron on the pretext that the owners were responsible for kidnapping and killing three Jewish settlers near the city two months ago.
18.08.2014
10:04 Israel Demolishes Houses Of Hebron 'Murder Suspects'
Israeli forces on Monday destroyed two houses and sealed off a third in the West Bank city of Hebron under the allegation that the owners were responsible of kidnapping and murdering three Jewish settlers near the city two months ago.
18.08.2014
18:32 The Yazidi Tragedy In Sinjar
Women, children and elderly people are rushing to board a helicopter that has landed in the barren mountains. Those who manage to get on the helicopter will escape death, while those who stay behind will die if they cannot find food or water.This scene is no different from numerous escape scenes we ...
16.08.2014
18:30 World Health Organization: Big Brother -- Version 2.0?
The recent outbreak of Ebola in West Africa is alarming in itself, unfortunately leading to the loss of innocent lives, too. Yet what may be even more worrisome and most definitely if seen from a long-term perspective is the fact that apparently only one international organization is in control of a...
16.08.2014
15:32 When Bangladesh's Founder Was Killed And The Country Split
Bangladesh's ruling party sets August 15, the day Bangladesh's founding leader was killed, for national mourning. The event itself has divided the country's politics ever since.
15.08.2014
13:41 Heart Wrenching Human Tragedy All Over In Iraq
The barren structures of an unfinished hi-rise in Dohuk have become a shelter for people who not long ago lived normal lives. There are more than 1.2 million Iraqis displaced because of the fighting in the country, and each family has a harrowing story to tell. Over a thousand or more from the Yazid...
15.08.2014
15:47 Nahda: Egypt's Forgotten Sit-In Tragedy
According to HRW, at least 87 protesters were killed in the security forces dispersal of Nahda sit in.
14.08.2014
20:46
German Smes Forge Strong Ties With India German Smes Forge Strong Ties With India
Bochum's India Europe Al brings together German and Indian companies working in the metal sector. Products can be used for a variety of industries, from automotive to security technology. The international goods business is not solely the domain of large corporations: Small and medium enterprises (S...
13.08.2014
20:16
Machar: Machar: "I Don't Know When Peace Is Coming"
In an exclusive interview with DW, South Sudan's rebel leader Riek Machar talks about the prospects of peace in the country and his feelings about the proposed arms embargo. DW: Dr Machar, how did the talks between you and the UN ambassadors go? Riek Machar: Well I think the talks went well. I state...
13.08.2014
12:27 Controversial Police Report Accuses Gülen Based On Fabricated Stories
According to a story reported by the news portal Rota Haber, the National Police Department drafted a secret report in June 2014 mostly based on stories in pro-government media which claim that the Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen is the leader of a terrorist organization and is responsible for the w...
13.08.2014
12:17 Poisonous Pufferfish Dinner Kills 4 In Bangladesh
Four people in a family die after eating pufferfish, not realizing that it could have poisonous effects.
13.08.2014
10:03 45 Dead Bodies Recovered Since Bangladesh Ferry Capsized
In the last 20 years, 5,500 people have been killed in 658 ferry accidents in Bangladesh according to the National Committee to Protect River, Road and Railway.
11.08.2014
17:03 Brussels: Hundreds March Against Israeli Attack On Gaza
Organizers call for Israelis responsible for offensive to be charged with committing war crimes.
10.08.2014
14:33 Hamas Blames Netanyahu For Cairo Talks Failure
Palestinian resistance faction Hamas on Sunday held Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responsible for the failure of indirect talks in Egypt to reach a durable ceasefire in the blockaded Gaza Strip.
10.08.2014
19:03 Israel Wants To 'Regulate, Not Lift' Gaza Siege: Negotiator
A negotiator with the Palestinian delegation, currently in Cairo for indirect talks with Israel to reach a long term ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, said that Israel is responsible for the failure to reach an agreement because it wanted to "regulate and not to lift" the siege on the Palestinian.
08.08.2014
18:18 Hamas Holds Israel Responsible For Gaza Truce Deadlock
Palestinian resistance movement Hamas said on Friday that Israel did not respond to any of its demands for a durable ceasefire, which prevented the extension of a 72 hour truce between Israel and Palestinian factions amid an ongoing Israeli military operation in the Gaza Strip.
08.08.2014

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