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17:42 Blast In Bulgarian Ammunition Plant Kills 1, Injures 4
The explosion occurred in a factory located some 260 km east of Sofia.
19.12.2014
17:14
Behind The Scenes - Gönna Ketels On #Headabovewater Behind The Scenes - Gönna Ketels On #Headabovewater
Alamgir works in a ship breaking yard in Chittagong, Bangladesh. That means working for little pay in dangerous conditions. Life Links reporter Gönna visited him for #headabovewater and shares her experiences here. Container.
17.12.2014
16:40 Behind The Scenes - Gönna Ketels On #Headabovewater
Alamgir works in a ship breaking yard in Chittagong, Bangladesh. That means working for little pay in dangerous conditions. Life Links reporter Gönna visited him for #headabovewater and shares her experiences here.
17.12.2014
14:27 Dirty Medical Care Blamed For Cambodian Hiv Outbreak
Doctor using same hypodermic needle repeatedly believed responsible for 90 cases in village.
17.12.2014
12:42 If Only…
No one can pretend that Turks have confidence in their judicial system. There are four major types of trials that occupy the front pages in the country. First, there are trials about people who have, through their negligence, caused the deaths of people on roads, in hospitals or at construction site...
17.12.2014
12:09
Turkey Declares Mourning Over Peshawar's Tragedy Turkey Declares Mourning Over Peshawar's Tragedy
Turkey announced mourning over the death of pupils and teachers at a military school in Peshawar (Pakistan), Turkish Anadolu agency quoted Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu Dec. 16 as saying.
17.12.2014
09:10
Questions Raised Over Sydney Gunman's Violent Past Questions Raised Over Sydney Gunman's Violent Past
The gunman responsible for Sydney's deadly cafe siege was being watched by Australian security agencies years ago, but had dropped off their list. Questions have been raised over his ability to access a firearm. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Wednesday announced an official review into thi...
17.12.2014
03:11
Sydney Gunman 'Had History Of Mental Instability' Sydney Gunman 'Had History Of Mental Instability'
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said the gunman who took over a Sydney cafe had a history of mental instability. Iranian-born Man Haron Monis, who died along with two hostages, was already known to authorities. Describing the incident as "shocking," Abbott said the gunman responsible had b...
16.12.2014
17:11
Bangladesh's Response To Sundarbans Oil Spill Slammed Bangladesh's Response To Sundarbans Oil Spill Slammed
Environmentalists and common citizens have criticized Dhaka's response to the oil spill in the country's largest mangrove forest, which is threatening aquatic life in the UNESCO World heritage site.
15.12.2014
16:12 Israel To Raze Home Of Slain Palestinian Shooting Suspect
Israeli authorities on Monday issued demolition orders for the home of the family of a Palestinian man killed late October in an Israeli raid on his home on suspicions that he was responsible for injuring a Jewish rabbi in a drive by shooting in West Jerusalem.
15.12.2014
15:12
Latif: USA And Europe Must Act First On Climate Latif: USA And Europe Must Act First On Climate
Climate summits have been held for 20 years now, but global warming continues. If the UN cannot succeed, who is responsible for saving the climate?
15.12.2014
21:11
Making Sense Of Germany's Rightward Shift Making Sense Of Germany's Rightward Shift
There has been much talk of a rightward shift in European politics this year, though Germany's has been relatively mild. Here's a run-down of the right-wing in Germany and its attempts to catch the mood. All of Germany has been united in condemning the so-called "Islamic State," the brutal Islamist ...
14.12.2014
18:27 Tanzanians Vote In Local Elections
Tanzanians will elect 19,200 officials responsible for local development projects.
14.12.2014
18:42 Russia Grants $420 Million To Azerbaijani Oil Company
The loan will support SOCAR's Polymer factory, located in Sumgait Chemical Industrial Park.
13.12.2014
14:30 Gülen's Lawyers Slam Erdogan's 'Slanderous' Unsolved Murders Remarks
The lawyers of Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen have denounced recent statements by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in which he held the Hizmet movement responsible for some unsolved murders in Turkey. In a statement released on Saturday, the lawyers termed Erdogan's statements as slanderous a...
13.12.2014
14:12
Cleanup Begins After Bangladesh Oil Spill Cleanup Begins After Bangladesh Oil Spill
A cleanup operation has begun in Bangladesh after a huge oil spill in the country's largest mangrove forest, a protected area home to rare dolphins. Experts worry that the damage may already be done. Efforts to clean up started Friday after an oil tanker collided with another boat in the Sundarbans ...
12.12.2014
22:43
Several Killed By Taliban Suicide Bomber At Kabul School Several Killed By Taliban Suicide Bomber At Kabul School
The Taliban has said it was responsible for a suicide bombing at a Kabul school. The attack, in which several people died, has been condemned by French and German leaders. A Taliban suicide bomber struck the French-run Esteqlal High School in Kabul on Thursday, killing several people and injuring ma...
11.12.2014
11:43 US Trials Unlikely In CIA Torture; Foreign Cases, Maybe
Legal experts say action in international arena could spur domestic activity against those responsible for CIA torture program.
11.12.2014
18:15 Growth Sinks To 2-Year Low, Gov't Blames Bad Weather
Growth in Turkey's economy slowed to 1.7 percent year-on-year in the third quarter, its lowest since the final quarter of 2012, official data revealed on Wednesday, with the government holding weak agricultural output due to bad weather conditions responsible. The third quarter gross domestic produc...
10.12.2014
18:00 Birgün Under Investigation For Ottoman Headline That 'Insults' Erdogan
A prosecutor has launched an investigation of the BirGün daily's front page headline reading “thief” in Ottoman Turkish on the charge of insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The investigation, launched by the Istanbul Chief Public Prosecutor's Office, called on the owner of the newspaper and it...
10.12.2014

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