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12:44 Turkish Press Review
Turkish dailies on Thursday cover Turkey’s president’s remarks on the ongoing Kurdish 'solution process' and have reported on a hearing into the death of a protester injured during the 2013 Gezi Park protests.
27.11.2014
12:02 Ferguson Cleans Up, But Passions Still Inflamed
Residents of the US town of Ferguson said Wednesday they hoped racially-charged violence sparked by the Michael Brown case will abate, but nationwide protests suggest anger is still simmering.Violence erupted in the St Louis, Missouri suburb for a second night Tuesday over a decision by a grand jury...
27.11.2014
11:29 D-8 Chief Visits Aa Stand At International Business Forum
Secretary General of Developing 8 said that AA is one of the most effective news agencies in the region.
27.11.2014
11:14 Hk Police Clear Protesters From Newly Occupied Streets
Efforts continue after arrests of more than 100 people, dispersal of 2 month occupation of Nathan Road.
27.11.2014
21:29 Sudan Decries Splm-N Meeting With Israeli Activists
A senior Sudanese official on Wednesday denounced a reported meeting between a delegation of Israeli aid activists and members from the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement North (SPLM N).
26.11.2014
20:44 Un Humanitarian Aid Chief To Step Down
Valerie Amos frequently urged the Security Council to immediately act to ensure more humanitarian access in Syria.
26.11.2014
19:49 Israeli, Splm-N Delegations Meet In Addis Ababa
A delegation of Israeli aid workers on Wednesday met with members of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement North (SPLM N) in Addis Ababa.
26.11.2014
18:50 Prosecutor Seeks Life For Suspected Killer Of Gezi Protester
A prosecutor conducting an investigation into the death of a 19-year-old Gezi protester in Eskisehir presented his final opinion on Wednesday to a panel of judges at a local court in Kayseri, seeking life imprisonment on charges of premeditated murder for the suspected killer, police officer Mevlüt ...
26.11.2014
18:28 Top Business Group Says Corruption Becoming Systemic Practice
It is a concern to see corruption and bribery become more widespread than ever in Turkey, an elite Turkish business club warned on Wednesday, urging the government to take concrete steps to fight what threatens to turn into a “systematic practice of fraud.” The Turkish Industrialists and Businessmen...
26.11.2014
18:20 Hayyam Garipoglu Arrested At Airport Over Karabulut Murder
Famous businessman Hayyam Garipoglu, the uncle of convicted murderer Cem Garipoglu, was arrested at Istanbul Atatürk Airport on Wednesday for aiding in his nephew's escape from the police. The elder Garipoglu was sentenced to three years in prison for aiding and abetting his nephew while the latter ...
26.11.2014
17:29 Turkish Airlines Signs Deal With Scottish Agency
Under the agreement, Turkish Scottish Chamber of Commerce & Industry created to raise awareness of Turkish business in Scotland.
26.11.2014
17:29 Un Launches $405 Million Aid Appeal For Afghanistan
– The United Nations launches $405 million appeal for humanitarian assistance in Afghanistan.
26.11.2014
17:23
SAARC Summits 'Unlikely' To Become Important Diplomatic Forum SAARC Summits 'Unlikely' To Become Important Diplomatic Forum
As leaders of eight South Asian nations meet in Nepal's capital, Kathmandu, analyst Lawrence Sáez tells DW that domestic pressures in member states may continue to hinder any possible regional cooperation. Since its establishment in 1985, the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) ...
26.11.2014
15:47 U.N. Wants More Aid To Syria As Violence Rages
The U.N. Security Council will move to allow cross-border deliveries of relief supplies to Syria for another year, the president of the council said, as new figures showed more Syrians were in need of aid, Al Arabiya reported.The Council in July agreed in a resolution to allow truckloads of much-nee...
26.11.2014
14:59 Turkcell's Story Taught At Harvard Business School
Case study tells how the company adapted to rapidly changing conditions.
26.11.2014
14:13
Hong Kongers 'At Odds Over Tactics, Not Goals' Of Pro-Democracy Protests Hong Kongers 'At Odds Over Tactics, Not Goals' Of Pro-Democracy Protests
As police continue to clear the barricades of pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong, analyst Leo Shin tells DW that while exhaustion may force some protesters to retreat, they will undoubtedly return to the streets. On November 26, authorities cleared part of a main road blocked for two months by...
26.11.2014
13:49
The Business Year Returns To Azerbaijan On Eve Of Baku 2015 - First European Games The Business Year Returns To Azerbaijan On Eve Of Baku 2015 - First European Games
With four successful publications on Azerbaijan’s economy released, The Business Year has commenced research for its fifth edition, The Business Year: Azerbaijan 2015.
26.11.2014
13:20 Prosecutor Seeks Life For Suspected Killer Of Gezi Protester
A prosecutor conducting an investigation into the death of a 19-year-old Gezi protester in Eskisehir presented his final opinion on Wednesday to a panel of judges at a local court in Kayseri, seeking life imprisonment on charges of premeditated murder for the suspected killer, policeman Mevlüt Saldo...
26.11.2014
13:14
Second Night Of Ferguson Protests Mostly Peaceful Second Night Of Ferguson Protests Mostly Peaceful
A second night of protests has subsided in Ferguson following a grand jury decision not to charge the officer behind the fatal shooting of Michael Brown. A bolstered military presence helped keep violence to a minimum. Police managed to disperse protesters from the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, ear...
26.11.2014
13:13
Greeks Struggle To Get By Despite Economic 'Recovery' Greeks Struggle To Get By Despite Economic 'Recovery'
Greece's economy has begun outpacing the rest of the eurozone. Even so, with one in four Greeks unemployed, many find the news that the economy is recovering laughable. Joanna Kakissis reports from Athens. Thanos Kosmidis says like he feels like his country is finally turning a corner. After six yea...
26.11.2014

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