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Women In Turkey Have A Laugh In Public At The Deputy Prime Minister's Expense Women In Turkey Have A Laugh In Public At The Deputy Prime Minister's Expense
A speech made by the Turkish Deputy Prime Minister urging women not to laugh in public in order to "preserve morality" has sparked a backlash on social media from women posting defiant selfies of themselves laughing at his remarks, The Independent reported.
31.07.2014
23:17
Laughing In Public And Devoutness In Turkey Laughing In Public And Devoutness In Turkey
Religion is playing a huge role in the election campaign of the first direct ballot for the Turkish president. Both main parties are campaigning by using their Islamic devoutness to gain votes. Less than two weeks before the Turkish presidential election on August 10, the attempt of one of Erdogan's...
30.07.2014
22:03 Turkey Repeats Call For End To Israeli Offensive
As the death toll climbs past 1,300 and the military campaign enters its fourth week, Turkey calls for an end to hostilities.
30.07.2014
21:47
State Media Fostering Xi Jinping's Image As China's Leader State Media Fostering Xi Jinping's Image As China's Leader
In the era of Mao Zedong, the cult of personality reached its peak, only to become history during China's decade of reforms. However, analysts now see a possible comeback of the "great leader worship" under Xi Jinping. Is China's President Xi Jinping following in the footsteps of Mao Zedong when it ...
30.07.2014
20:36 Cihan News Agency Diary
Cihan News Agency DiaryGMT: 19:30Cihan News Agency latest on Wednesday July 30, 2014Here are the main Video News items Cihan News Agency aims to cover todayTOP NEWSEXPECTEDDELIVEREDDEMIRTAS INVATES ERDOGAN TO TV DEBATE: All three presidential nominees discussing issues on television would be a good ...
30.07.2014
20:22 Erdogan Slanders, Lies And Defames Rivals, Says Bahçeli
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan uses slander, lies and mudslinging habitually as his political tactics, Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli has said, asserting that the prime minister's recent accusation of the MHP “as making the job of Israel easier” is clear proof of his dis...
30.07.2014
20:21 US Says Turkey Favors Sunni Islam Over Other Creeds
A US State Department report has claimed that the Turkish government is prejudiced in favor of its Sunni Islamic citizens and neglects the needs of members of the country's other minority religions, in addition to frequently employing anti-Semitic rhetoric.The US State Department Bureau of Democracy...
30.07.2014
20:21 Presidential Election Debate A Good Idea, Says Demirtas
All three presidential nominees discussing issues on television would be a good idea at a time when polarization has reached a peak, presidential candidate Selahattin Demirtas has said.Demirtas, who came together on Wednesday with the head of the EU's delegation to Turkey, Ambassador Stefano Manserv...
30.07.2014
19:47
German Experts Warn Against Fracking German Experts Warn Against Fracking
The country's Federal Environmental Agency says the risk associated with fracking is too big. Ministries involved are pushing for an initial ban on the practice until 2021. In their 600 page document, the agency warns of the dangers of obtaining gas from underground layers of rock. "We do not need f...
30.07.2014
19:21 More Than 100 Killed In Traffic Accidents Across Turkey Over Eid Al-Fitr
The country's main roads remained congested while Eid al-Fitr holiday travel continues to take a heavy toll, as nearly 110 people died as of Wednesday and over 800 were injured in traffic accidents across Turkey.The annual Muslim holiday results in heavy traffic, with many fleeing big cities, partic...
30.07.2014
17:47
Europe Must Overcome Mideast Status Quo Europe Must Overcome Mideast Status Quo
While Europeans are focusing on Ukraine and Iraq, the oldest of the Middle East issues will haunt them for some time. The wider Israel/Palestine conflict needs the full attention of Europe, writes Mattia Toaldo. In few other places in the Middle East and North Africa is Europe more relevant. The EU ...
30.07.2014
17:47
Climate Change: The 'Greatest Threat' To The Peoples Of The Pacific Climate Change: The 'Greatest Threat' To The Peoples Of The Pacific
Amid growing concerns over rising sea levels, this year's Pacific Islands Forum summit has started. Its Secretary General Tuiloma Slade reiterates that climate change threatens the viability of the forum's member states. The Pacific Ocean is "under siege" and with it its small islands states - that ...
30.07.2014
15:53 Court Arrests 11 Policemen Without Hearing Defense, Lawyers Protest
A Turkish court ordered that 11 more police officers, including a police chief who conducted a sweeping raid against al-Qaeda members in eastern Turkey, be kept in custody pending trial over wiretapping accusations without hearing their defense.Lawyers protested the lack of due process as "ludicrous...
30.07.2014
15:47
Peace In Sight In Mozambique Peace In Sight In Mozambique
The low level conflict between Mozambique's former civil war foes escalated recently, but now there is fresh hope of peace in the East African country. Upcoming elections may have helped. It is unusually quiet on National Road 1 (EN1), Mozambique's main north-south highway. Not a single shot has bee...
30.07.2014
14:03 Pa Rejects Disarming Gaza Resistance: Fatah Leader
The Palestinian Authority (PA) rejects U.S. proposals for disarming Palestinian resistance factions in the Gaza Strip, a Fatah leader said Wednesday.
30.07.2014
13:18 Support For Erdogan Hits 59% In Turkey: Gallup Poll
Gallup World Poll says while 60% of ethnic Turks are satisfied with Erdogan's leadership, this rate hits 67% among ethnic Kurds.
30.07.2014
02:17
Aviation Industry Seeks More Data On Conflict Zones Aviation Industry Seeks More Data On Conflict Zones
The UN's aviation body and industry officials have agreed on the need for better communication when plotting flight paths over sensitive regions. The Montreal emergency summit was prompted by the MH17 crash in Ukraine. The UN's International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO) said on Tuesday that it wo...
30.07.2014
01:33
11 Arrested In 'Parallel State' Sweep In Turkey 11 Arrested In 'Parallel State' Sweep In Turkey
Eleven people have been arrested as part of Turkey’s ‘parallel state’ probe into alleged espionage and illegal wiretapping, Anadolu Agency reported.
30.07.2014
00:49 Turkey: 11 Arrested In 'Parallel State' Sweep
The arrested police officers include Yurt Atayun, former chief of Istanbul’s anti terror police department.
30.07.2014
00:33 Turkish Fm: Call To Return Erdogan's Jewish Award 'Wrong'
'No award is more important than the lives of our Palestinian brothers,' says Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.
30.07.2014

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