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18:06 Flash Flood Hit Turkey's Southern Tourist Resort Of Manavgat
Flash floods, which was triggered by torrential rains has paralyzed daily life across the southern Turkish city Antalya’s Manavgat district. Excessive rains which has started on 03:00 Turkish local time (GMT: 01:00) and has affected across the southern Turkish resort city of Antalya’s Manavgat distr...
25.10.2014
11:46
Tunisia Is Expected To Reshuffle Political Cards In Historical Election Tunisia Is Expected To Reshuffle Political Cards In Historical Election
Tunisians are set to go to polls on Sunday to elect a new parliament for the first time since the 2011 revolution. But many citizens don't know who they will vote for - if at all. The rain clouds are hanging low in the sky over Douz, a small town in southwestern Tunisia. Douz is often called "the ga...
25.10.2014
23:46
Financial Watchdog Warns On Iran, North Korea Financial Watchdog Warns On Iran, North Korea
A global financial watchdog has warned that Iran and North Korea have not addressed money-laundering or funding of terrorism. It said banks should be wary of business deals or transactions involving either pariah state.
24.10.2014
22:48 Argentina Debt Default Sours Access To Credit
Business executives warn of an investment slowdown, while the government wants companies to diversify sales.
24.10.2014
20:33 S. Sudan's Dry Season Means Better Aid Flow: Un Official
As the dry season approaches in South Sudan, aid organizations – along with those communities cut off from aid during the rainy season – will breathe a sigh of relief.
24.10.2014
19:36 Gov't Ban On Charity Kimse Yok Mu Hits Orphans
Thousands of orphans and needy people around the world whose lives depend on the aid they receive from charities such as Kimse Yok Mu (Is Anybody There?), the largest volunteer and global aid organization based in Turkey, are at risk of being affected by the Turkish government's restrictions on the ...
24.10.2014
18:48 Un: 430,000 People Driven From Their Homes In Ukraine
The need for humanitarian aid is rising, particularly in the eastern region of the country.
24.10.2014
16:33 Eu To Spend €1Bn On Ebola Aid
Decision comes amid international criticism of poor response to deadly outbreak.
24.10.2014
16:03 Kashmiri Flood Victims Complain India Aid Is Not Enough
– Kashmiris say government has failed to provide sufficient aid after September's floods in the divided Himalayan region.
24.10.2014
15:18 Palestinians, Israeli Police Clash In East Jerusalem
Clashes erupted Friday between Israeli soldiers and Palestinian protesters following the weekly prayers in East Jerusalem.
24.10.2014
15:03 Update - Erdogan: Syrian Kurds Seem To Accept Fsa In Kobani
Democratic Union Party fighters in Syria have agreed to aid from 1,300 armed opposition troops, Turkish President says.
24.10.2014
14:03 Hong Kong Protesters To Vote On Next Move
A poll will be held Sunday at Admiralty protest site to decide future of pro democracy demonstrations.
24.10.2014
13:48 Erdogan: Syrian Kurds Seem To Accept Fsa In Kobani
Democratic Union Party fighters in Syria seem to accept Syrian armed opposition's military aid, Turkish President says.
24.10.2014
10:16
BASF Lowers 2015 Operating Profit Outlook BASF Lowers 2015 Operating Profit Outlook
Germany's BASF has reported growing sales for the third quarter amid a difficult business environment. But it warned it might not be able to meet earlier operating profit targets next year. The world's largest chemicals company logged a 3-percent rise in sales in the third quarter, compared to the p...
24.10.2014
08:17
Aid For Syrian Refugees In Lebanon Drying Up Aid For Syrian Refugees In Lebanon Drying Up
The aid sources for Syrian refugees in Lebanon are threatening to dry up because of the multiplying crises around the world. Aid organization World Vision spoke to DW about the potential consequences. DW: What is the current situation for Syrian refugees in Lebanon? Jessica Moujabber: It is very dif...
24.10.2014
03:56
World Bank To Allocate $63 Mln In Aid To Gaza Strip World Bank To Allocate $63 Mln In Aid To Gaza Strip
The World Bank plans to allocate USD 63 million in emergency aid to the besieged Gaza Strip.
24.10.2014
23:03 Free Syrian Army To Send Military Aid To Kobani
Troops under the command of the opposition force's Colonel Abdul Jabbar al Aqidi will be deployed in the Syrian border town.
23.10.2014
22:48 Indian Pm Visits Kashmir Amid Shutdown
Modi announces financial aid for the region, which had suffered a terrible flood in September.
23.10.2014
20:42
North Korea Closes Entry For Foreign Tourists Amid Ebola Threat North Korea Closes Entry For Foreign Tourists Amid Ebola Threat
North Korean authorities have made a public decision to close entry for foreign tourists in the wake of the spread of the Ebola virus disease (EVD)
23.10.2014
19:18 4 Killed As Army Supporters, Militias Clash In Benghazi
Four people were killed and a number of others injured in Thursday clashes between armed pro army protesters and members of Libya's Islamist Ansar al Sharia militia in Benghazi's Zouaoua neighborhood.
23.10.2014

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