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23:34 Bangladesh Opposition Party Holds 'River Water' March
Main opposition BNP claims the country is not getting its 'due share' of water from neighboring India, with which it shares dozens of rivers.
22.04.2014
12:41
'I Have To Help The People Of Bangladesh' 'I Have To Help The People Of Bangladesh'
Asif Mohiuddin is one of Bangladesh's most famous bloggers. As an open atheist in a mainly Islamic country, he has been attacked and thrown in jail for his beliefs. DW caught up with him after his recent move to Germany. In addition to being an active blogger, Asif Mohiuddin co-founded the Shahbag m...
22.04.2014
12:16 UN Holds South Sudan Opposition Forces Responsible For Atrocities In Bentiu
Human Rights investigators from the United Nations (UN)Mission in South Sudan have confirmed that opposition forces killed hundreds of South Sudanese and foreign civilians after determining their ethnicity or nationality when they captured Bentiu last week.Speaking to reporters in New York, UN spoke...
22.04.2014
23:34 US Investigating New Syrian Chemical Attack Claims
“We're examining allegations that the government was responsible”
21.04.2014
12:03 Three Decades Of Voluntary Service
Turkey's Honorary Consul General to Bangladesh is a Bengali man inspired by Turkey's liberation war and its founder.
20.04.2014
16:44 Islamic Scholar Gülen Offers Condolences To Ferry Victims
Prominent Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, who also inspired the faith-based Hizmet movement, issued a message of condolence to the families of victims who were killed when a ferry sank off in South Korea, leaving more than 300 missing or dead.In a message of condolences released through the Journal...
19.04.2014
15:33 British Journalist Faces Contempt Charges In Bangladesh
British journalist faces charges over articles about Bangladesh war crimes tribunal.
18.04.2014
14:02
Opinion: Globalization Responsible For Factory Tragedy Opinion: Globalization Responsible For Factory Tragedy
On April 24 last year, a factory building in Bangladesh collapsed, killing more than 1,100 textile workers. A year later, the survivors are still struggling to come to terms with the tragedy, writes DW's Grahame Lucas. Workers at the Rana Plaza complex first became alarmed when large cracks appeared...
18.04.2014
13:14 UN's Ban Attends Commemoration Ceremony Of Rwanda Genocide Victims
Marking 20 years since the genocide in Rwanda took place, the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and other high representatives started the ceremony by lighting candles to remember "the countless people who still suffer from the consequences of this tragedy."20 years after 800 000 Tutsis and moderate ...
18.04.2014
04:30
Controversy Over Judicial Reform In Turkey Controversy Over Judicial Reform In Turkey
The Turkish constitutional court has ruled that parts of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's judicial reform are unconstitutional. Erdogan is angry, but it's not the court's first ruling to go against him. The Turkish constitutional court made worldwide headlines in April when the judges lifted th...
17.04.2014
18:03 Pakistan Government Says Musharraf Imposed Emergency Himself
– Pakistan's government tells court Musharraf solely responsible for state of emergency.
16.04.2014
14:01
German Consumers 'Have A Responsibility' German Consumers 'Have A Responsibility'
To mark the first anniversary of the collapse of Rana Plaza, a factory building in Dhaka, on April 24 last year, two women from Bangladesh are visiting Germany to appeal for compensation for the victims. Shila Begum is one of the Rana Plaza survivors. Despite suffering serious injuries, she was resc...
16.04.2014
19:00
Smart Solar Energy For Africa Smart Solar Energy For Africa
The Berlin-based Mobisol company is bringing power to places where there has been none. By combining mobile phone technology and solar power generators, the company aims to electrify African homes. To get an office in the Friedrichshain area of Berlin is not easy. After a long search Mobisol managed...
15.04.2014
18:30
Liverpool Falls Silent To Mark 25 Years Since Hillsborough Tragedy Liverpool Falls Silent To Mark 25 Years Since Hillsborough Tragedy
Tens of thousands have attended a ceremony at Anfield in Liverpool, recalling the deaths of 96 fans crushed a quarter of a century ago at an FA Cup semifinal. Anfield stadium in Liverpool, packed to the rafters with supporters, stood silent for a minute on Tuesday, remembering Liverpool Football Clu...
15.04.2014
16:41
'Migrant Files: ' The EU's Refugee Victims 'Migrant Files: ' The EU's Refugee Victims
Again and again, refugees die during an attempt to reach European territory. Now a group of European journalists has found that the EU's lure claims a higher number of casualties than previously thought. In October 2013, 360 migrants drowned off the coast of the Italian island of Lampedusa. In Febru...
15.04.2014
16:00
Saving Bangladesh's River Dolphins Saving Bangladesh's River Dolphins
Dams and levees can help secure rice crops but they can spell disaster for rivers. In Bangladesh, the development is depleting fish stocks and pushed river dolphins to the brink. Now, local communities are fighting back. Project goal: raising biodiversity in the wetlands, protecting the Ganges river...
15.04.2014
12:46 Fostering Ties Between Turkey And Bangladesh
Looking beyond the loud noise generated by domestic political debates and never-ending wrangling between the dominant ruling parties and beleaguered oppositions amid allegations of corruption and rights violations in two predominantly Muslim countries, Turkey and Bangladesh, one cannot help but wond...
15.04.2014
12:45 Ukraine's Interim Leader Announces Start Of Operation In Donetsk Region
Ukraine's parliamentary speaker and interim President Olexander Turchynov has announced the start of a military operation in the north of Donetsk Region, where demonstrations by pro-federalization protesters are ongoing.“It will be conducted gradually, in a responsible and balanced [manner]. The mai...
15.04.2014
09:48 With Blinders On, Government Sees Everything As Parallel Structure
SEVGI AKARÇESME, ISTANBULEmbattled by massive corruption allegations at home, the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) has been trying to distract the public's attention from allegations of corruption by holding an imagined “parallel structure” responsible for anything making the governme...
14.04.2014
01:20
Military Spending On The Rise, Except In The West Military Spending On The Rise, Except In The West
Even as many countries increase their militaries' budgets, global defense spending dropped by almost 2 percent in 2013, according to a new report. Most of the cuts are due to shifting spending in the West. In 2013, worldwide military expenditures dropped by 1.9 percent. The drop was due mainly to de...
14.04.2014

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