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18:03 Brussels: Protesters Demand 'End To Bloodshed' In Mexico
Mexican protesters in Belgium demand justice for 43 students who went missing in Mexico last month.
31.10.2014
17:03 Jordanian Activists Rally In Support Of Al-Aqsa
Protesters in both Jordan and Egypt staged demonstrations on Friday to protest stepped up Israeli restrictions on Muslim worshippers in and around East Jerusalem's Al Aqsa Mosque compound.
31.10.2014
16:48 UK Aid Body 'Not Doing Enough' To Tackle Corruption
UK overseas aid department having little impact on corruption levels or in meeting needs of the poor, says watchdog.
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16:48 Burkina Faso President Resigns
Military spokesman Isaac Zida confirmed the news to protesters that packed the Place de la Nation, the largest public square in capital Ouagadougou.
31.10.2014
13:48 Palestinians, Israeli Forces Clash In E. Jerusalem
Clashes erupted Friday between Palestinian protesters and Israeli police forces in East Jerusalem following the weekly prayers, eyewitnesses said.
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13:24 Thai Army Chief Defends Martial Law
Thailand's army chief Udomdej Sitabutr said Friday that it was still necessary for the martial law to remain effective in the country to keep away turbulence amid calls for the special law to be waived, especially in tourist hotspots. The martial law, imposed since the May 22 coup, has not affected...
31.10.2014
11:22 Only The AKP Is Innocent
On May 13, an explosion at a coal mine in Soma, Manisa, caused an underground mine fire that burned for two days. In total, 301 people were killed in Turkey's worst mining disaster. Soma Coal Mining Industries, the mine owner, which is alleged to have close ties with the Justice and Development Part...
31.10.2014
10:47
Sony Losses Explode Over Mobile Phone Woes Sony Losses Explode Over Mobile Phone Woes
Japanese electronics giant Sony has reported a whopping net loss for the July to September period on weaker-than-expected results in emerging markets. It said its smartphone business fared worst. Sony announced Friday it booked a 136-billion-yen ($1.22-billion, 955-million-euro) loss in the July to ...
31.10.2014
10:07 China To Open Ebola Treatment Center In Liberia Within Month: Official
China is going to open an Ebola treatment center in Liberia in a month's time to help fight the deadly outbreak, the head of the Chinese Foreign Ministry's Africa Department said."As part of China's fourth aid package to West African countries in their fight against the Ebola pandemic, a 100-bed tre...
31.10.2014
10:06 Georgia, US Discuss Economic Cooperation Issues
The US is pleased that Georgia continues developing and implementing the reforms, the US First Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs Kurt Tong said Oct. 30 after a meeting of the Economic Group of the US-Georgia Charter on Strategic Partnership.The issues of trade-eco...
31.10.2014
09:48 Ethiopia Business Body Eyes Deeper Ties With Egypt Businessmen
A major Ethiopian business body has called for bolstering trade and business relations with Egyptian businessmen.
31.10.2014
07:57
Georgia, US Discuss Economic Cooperation Issues Georgia, US Discuss Economic Cooperation Issues
The US is pleased that Georgia continues developing and implementing the reforms, the US First Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs Kurt Tong said Oct. 30 after a meeting of the Economic Group of the US-Georgia Charter on Strategic Partnership.
31.10.2014
21:48
Commentary: Signal From The 'Land Of Upright People' Commentary: Signal From The 'Land Of Upright People'
In the West African nation of Burkina Faso, Parliament is burning. For days, protesters have been demonstrating against President Blaise Compaoré - a warning to all African rulers, says DW's Claus Stäcker. What does the world care about a violent uprising in Burkina Faso? What's so interesting about...
30.10.2014
18:47
Vattenfall Mulls Exit From German Lignite Biz Vattenfall Mulls Exit From German Lignite Biz
Swedish utility Vattenfall has said it's planning to get rid of its lignite-powered plants and mining facilities in eastern Germany. Although profitable, the business prevents the firm from reducing CO2 emissions. Swedish energy company Vattenfall was preparing to exit from its lignite business in e...
30.10.2014
18:41 TUSKON To Sue Dailies Over Disputed Land Reports
Leading Turkish business group, the Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists (TUSKON) said on Thursday it will soon file lawsuits against certain government dailies which published allegations of irregularities regarding disputed land in Istanbul. Following a government decision earli...
30.10.2014
18:24 Budget Cuts Threaten Continuation Of Swedish Institute In Istanbul
Budget cuts proposed by the Swedish Ministry of Education are putting at risk the livelihood of the Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul, in addition to those in Athens and Rome. The Swedish Research Institute, located in Dragoman House on the same grounds as the Consulate General of Sweden in Be...
30.10.2014
17:47
Commentary: OECD Tax Agreement - A Little More Justice Commentary: OECD Tax Agreement - A Little More Justice
For tax evaders, the risk of being uncovered has escalated. An agreement governing the international exchange of data will bring a little more justice, says DW's business editor Henrik Böhme. It was one of the first books I was given 25 years ago after the fall of the wall. Its title: "1000 ganz leg...
30.10.2014
16:17
Preserved Specimens: Inside A Scientific Storehouse Of Natural History Treasures Preserved Specimens: Inside A Scientific Storehouse Of Natural History Treasures
It may be stuffed lions and dinosaur skeletons that draw us to natural history museums, but they are also vast storehouses of scientific specimens, the majority of which the public never gets to see. The State Museum of Natural History Karlsruhe is a popular place. When we visit, a flock of children...
30.10.2014
15:36 Doing Business 2015 Report Promises Better Business Environment
A new World Bank Group report has found that it's easier to conduct business this year because 80 percent of world economies surveyed have improved laws and regulations. The most extensive reforms occurred in sub-Saharan Africa.The Doing Business 2015 report shows that progress has been uneven in th...
30.10.2014
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Georgia, US Mull Free Trade Issues Georgia, US Mull Free Trade Issues
Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili met with the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs at the US Department of State Kurt Tong, and the sides talked over a range of issues.
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