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17:41 Settlement Process Brings More Tourists To Eastern Turkey
The number of tourists that visited provinces in eastern and southeastern Turkey during 2013, increased by more than 500,000 people year-on-year, a development that is likely to have been a result of the settlement process launched by the government in 2012 to resolve the country's decades-old Kurdi...
20.10.2014
17:37 Letter From Silivri: Arresting Police Aids Outlawed Groups
A letter titled “Our hearts bleed” posted on the Twitter profile of one of the police chiefs who was arrested during operations against the police on July 22 says that arresting police officers only helps certain outlawed groups in Turkey. The police chief, Erol Demirhan, who is currently under det...
20.10.2014
17:18 Sharp Drop Expected For UK Economy Next Year
The level of uncertainty will rise as upcoming elections will create political uncertainty, and worries about Eurozone slow growth will create concerns for business.
20.10.2014
16:33 Turkey Helping Pesmerga Access Kobani
Turkish Prime Ministry sources say process of aiding peshmerga access to Kobani continues.
20.10.2014
14:03 Hk Protesters Say Talks May Yield Little
Student leader Yvonne Leung says talks with government may break down in first round.
20.10.2014
10:47
SAP Sees Cloud Swell In Third Quarter SAP Sees Cloud Swell In Third Quarter
Europe's largest software company, SAP, has logged above-average revenue in its cloud business, confirming its reputation as the world's fastest-growing firm in the sector. The full-year outlook was mixed, though.. German software giant SAP announced Monday its third-quarter revenue rose by 5 percen...
20.10.2014
10:42 Silence
Higher Education Board (YÖK) President Gökhan Çetinsaya said, "It is part of freedom of thought for people to make comments and disclose their opinions about social incidents." Looking at the bylaws prepared and implemented by YÖK during the past year, we can safely assume that this statement does n...
20.10.2014
09:48 Tourists 'Not Wearing Life Jackets' In Thai Boat Crash
Two South Korean tourists remain missing after the speed boat they were travelling in collided with a fishing vessel.
20.10.2014
09:47
IBM To Shed Loss-Making Semiconductor Unit IBM To Shed Loss-Making Semiconductor Unit
International Business Machines (IBM) has struck a deal to get rid of its unprofitable chip-making unit, media reports have claimed. They said the recipient would be investment giant Globalfoundries. The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that IBM was finally successful in getting of its unloved se...
20.10.2014
06:33
US Airdropped Weapon, Medical Aid For Kurdish Defenders In Kobani US Airdropped Weapon, Medical Aid For Kurdish Defenders In Kobani
US warplanes have airdropped weapons, ammunition and medical supplies for Kurdish troops defending the Syrian border town of Kobani against advancing Islamic State (IS) insurgents.
20.10.2014
22:33 2 Skoreans Missing In Boat Crash Near Thai Resort Island
Dozens of other tourists injured some with head trauma after collision between speedboat, fishing vessel.
19.10.2014
20:33 Update 4 - Hong Kong Protesters Clash With Police In Mong Kok
Protesters resist as riot police start pushing through makeshift barriers to move some of them into another area.
18.10.2014
17:48 Egypt Sends Medical Aid To Ebola-Hit Guinea
The medical aid included protection eyeglasses, chlorine, special body bags, sanitized gloves and head covers.
18.10.2014
17:18 Malawi Arrests Ex-Budget Director Over Cashgate Scandal
Malawian authorities on Saturday arrested a former budget director and his wife in connection with the infamous cashgate scandal, which led to the suspension of foreign aid to the south east African country.
18.10.2014
14:04 Update - Calm Returns To Hk Protest Site After Overnight Scuffles
Protesters guard their lines in Mong Kok after police arrest 26 people, use pepper spray and batons.
18.10.2014
12:43 Explore The Taste And Preparation Of Turkish Food
Recently I joined a dozen or so British tourists on an adventure tour called “Walking the Turquoise Coast.” The tour was exactly that! Since it was referred to as a “gentle” walking tour, we only walked parts of the “Turquoise Coast.” The tour agency, Explore! provided us with a young and enthusiast...
18.10.2014
11:19 Calm Returns To Hk Protest Site After Overnight Scuffles
Protesters guard their lines in Mong Kok after police arrest 26 people, use pepper spray and batons.
18.10.2014
10:51 Egypt To Discuss Possibility Of Signing Free Trade Agreement With EAU
The Egyptian delegation will pay a visit to Astana in order to conduct negotiations on signing a free trade agreement with the Eurasian Economic Union, Kazakh foreign ministry said on Oct. 18.The Kazakh ambassador to Egypt Berik Aryn discussed the issue during the meeting with the minister of indust...
18.10.2014
06:03
UK Protesters Occupy London's Parliament Square UK Protesters Occupy London's Parliament Square
A nine-day occupation of London’s Parliament Square starts with an overnight vigil to mark the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty.
18.10.2014
00:03 Update 5 - Protesters Try To Retake Hk Protest Site
Thousands of demonstrators turn up at Mong Kok site to try and retake areas cleared in the morning.
18.10.2014

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