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04:08
Iran, Turkey Have Great Capacity For Tourist Exchanges Iran, Turkey Have Great Capacity For Tourist Exchanges
Head of Executive Board of Tourism Council of Turkey's Black Sea region said Iran and Turkey have many cultural commonalities which facilitate tourists exchanges.
24.11.2014
17:17 Police Disperses Ultra-Leftist Demonstrators Protesting PM In Tunceli
About 300 people attempted to protest Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in Tunceli province on Sunday, but police did not allow them to hold their demonstration and fired tear gas at gathering protesters.A left-leaning group, including members from the Association of Democratic People, attempted to pro...
23.11.2014
13:15 Palestinian's Jerusalem Id Revoked For 'Aiding Terrorist'
Israeli Interior Minister Gilad Erdan on Sunday revoked Jerusalem permanent residency of a Palestinian man convicted of driving a suicide bomber responsible for the 2001 Tel Aviv nightclub attack.
23.11.2014
23:01 Libya Protesters Release Qatari Ship
Mohamed al Maghrabi said the civilian protesters seized the ship as soon as it had anchored at the port on Friday in protest against Qatar's policies.
22.11.2014
18:04 5 Syrians Killed In Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In Antalya
Five Syrians died from carbon monoxide poisoning in Antalya province southern Turkey Friday night. Dead bodies of Syrians were found poisoned from carbon monoxide gas of a bucket stove living in a new neighborhood and a large family of employees in their daily work in Korkuteli town of the tourist ...
22.11.2014
14:04 First Seasonal Snow Cover Fairy Chimneys With White Blanket In Cappadocia
First seasonal snow has covered the central Turkish tourist destination of Cappadocia with white blanket. Heavy snowfall, which has been affecting many parts of Turkey since Friday has also intensified its affects in one of the most famous tourist destination of Cappadocia mainly known with fairy ch...
22.11.2014
20:14
Cash For Gold - German Euroskeptics' Fundraising In Question Cash For Gold - German Euroskeptics' Fundraising In Question
Maybe it could be called an alternative for euroskeptic fundraising, as opposed to Germany. The AfD's online gold shop, set up to bolster finances and thereby ensure more state assistance on top, has come into question. The speaker or president of the German parliament, Norbert Lammert, on Friday sa...
21.11.2014
19:01 Court Hearing Starts As Muezzin Sues Religious Affairs Directorate
The Istanbul Administrative Court has started hearing a lawsuit filed by the former muezzin of the Bezm-i Alem Valide Sultan Mosque, who says he was unjustly discharged from his post at that mosque and demoted to a smaller one in a village northwest of IstanbulThe mosque, located in the city's Beyog...
21.11.2014
18:31 Un Makes Appeal For $600Mn For S. Sudan Aid
UN Assistant Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs Kang Kyung wha, currently visiting South Sudan, has made an urgent appeal for $600 million to meet the needs of communities affected by the country's ongoing political crisis.
21.11.2014
17:52 CSO Hits The Road For Annual 'Symphonic Evenings' Tour
Ankara's Presidential Symphony Orchestra (CSO) is preparing to hit the road next week for a five-city tour of the western Black Sea region, which will see Turkey's oldest classical music ensemble perform at universities in Sakarya, Zonguldak, Bartin, Sinop and Samsun.The Nov. 24-29 program is the fi...
21.11.2014
17:19
German Businesses In Asia: 'The Basic Conditions Have To Be Right' German Businesses In Asia: 'The Basic Conditions Have To Be Right'
With the 14th Asia-Pacific Conference of German business underway in Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City, DW's Manuela Kasper-Claridge spoke to Hubert Lienhard, chairman of the Asia-Pacific Committee of German Business (APA). DW: This year's Asia-Pacific Conference is taking place in Vietnam. Why here? Huber...
21.11.2014
16:15
Bob Geldof's Band Aid 30 Ignites Heated Debate On Social Media Bob Geldof's Band Aid 30 Ignites Heated Debate On Social Media
How involved should celebrities get in charities? A look at reactions to Bob Geldof's Ebola Charity single on social media. The song is especially unpopular with Africans. Musician and activist Bob Geldof teamed up with several celebrities, including Bono, Chris Martin, One Direction, Ellie Goulding...
21.11.2014
16:04 Gorgeous Autumn Landscape Adds Mystification To Historical City Of Istanbul
Istanbul, Turkey’s historical city also cradle of many civilizations nowadays dazzling whoever visit there with its spectacular autumn landscapes, which attract many tourists not only inside of Turkey but also elsewhere in the World. Bosporus, known as one of the most beautiful destinations in the w...
21.11.2014
15:50 Gorgeous Autumn Landscape Adds Mystification To Historical City Of Istanbul
Istanbul, Turkey’s historical city also cradle of many civilizations nowadays dazzling whoever visit there with its spectacular autumn landscapes, which attract many tourists not only inside of Turkey but also elsewhere in the World. Bosporus, known as one of the most beautiful destinations in the w...
21.11.2014
14:49 Gorgeous Autumn Landscape Adds Mystification To Historical City Of Istanbul
Istanbul, Turkey’s historical city also cradle of many civilizations nowadays dazzling whoever visit there with its spectacular autumn landscapes, which attract many tourists not only inside of Turkey but also elsewhere in the World. Bosporus, known as one of the most beautiful destinations in the w...
21.11.2014
14:17 Turkey To Financially Aid Fight Against Ebola
Turkish President Erdogan announces Turkey has allocated an additional $5 million to help Africa's fight against Ebola during the Second Africa Turkey Summit.
21.11.2014
13:16
Turkmen Delegation To Hold Business Negotiations In Georgia Turkmen Delegation To Hold Business Negotiations In Georgia
The next meeting of Turkmenistan-Georgia intergovernmental commission on economic cooperation is expected to be held in Tbilisi on Nov.26-28.
21.11.2014
12:45
EU Economic Recovery To Cost 500 Euros A Head EU Economic Recovery To Cost 500 Euros A Head
With the European Central Bank struggling to meet its two percent inflation target, economics professor John Muellbauer is proposing a radically different strategy to give the economy a much needed boost. DW: What are the current strategies the European Central Bank (ECB) is using to try and reach t...
21.11.2014
12:16
Thyssenkrupp Logs Profit After Years Of Losses Thyssenkrupp Logs Profit After Years Of Losses
German heavy engineering giant ThyssenKrupp has left behind painful years of loss-making. The company managed to log a sound profit in its 2013/2014 business year, but structural woes continue to haunt it. ThyssenKrupp reported Thursday it booked a bottom-line profit of 195 million euros ($245 milli...
21.11.2014
08:16 Mexico's Missing Student Protests Goes Global
Protesters marched in more than 200 cities across the world Thursday, including more than 40 U.S. cities.
21.11.2014

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