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Obama Wants Cooperation From Central America Over Immigrants Obama Wants Cooperation From Central America Over Immigrants
Tens of thousands of teenagers from Central America are illegally crossing the US border. President Obama has now pressed for cooperation during new talks with the region's presidents. "Parents need to know this is an incredibly dangerous situation," US President Barack Obama warned a few weeks ago,...
02:33 Gaza Rescue Worker Killed By Israeli Shelling
Israel's artillery had targeted the ambulance, killing the 32 year old aid responder and totally destroying the vehicle, al Qodra said.
'Fine Line' To Help Protect Children 'Fine Line' To Help Protect Children
The number of children in state custody has reached a record high. Refugee kids are also taken into care and should have the right to aid, says Heinz Hilgers, president of child the protection body Kinderschutzbund. According to Germany's Federal Statistical Office Destatis, the number of children p...
18:18 Egypt Activists Hand Over Aid At Gaza Border
Egyptian activists deliver an aid consignment to Palestinian aid volunteers at the Rafah border with the embattled Gaza Strip.
Opinion: 'AIDS Can Be Beat - With Education' Opinion: 'AIDS Can Be Beat - With Education'
The AIDS-Conference in Melbourne has shown that from a medical standpoint, AIDS can be eradicated in less than 50 years. But it isn't possible without protecting and educating high-risk groups, writes Fabian Schmidt. There's good news coming from the World AIDS Conference, which is ending in Melbour...
Latin America 'Unlikely To Back Abe In China Dispute' Latin America 'Unlikely To Back Abe In China Dispute'
Shortly after China's President Xi Jinping visited Latin America, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe has started a tour of the region to boost ties. But the visit is unlikely to counter China's influence, says analyst Laura Tedesco. Shinzo Abe left on Friday, July 25, on a five-nation tour of Latin America and ...
International AIDS Conference Wraps Up With A Warning International AIDS Conference Wraps Up With A Warning
The 20th International Aids Conference has wrapped up with a warning that laws in many countries were making it more difficult to combat the disease. The next conference is to be held in two years' time. Chris Beyrer, president-elect of the International Aids Society (IAS), issued the warning in Fri...
15:33 Saudi Arabia Pledges $27Mn In Aid To Gaza
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz has pledged 100 million Saudi riyals (almost $27 million) in aid to the Palestinian Health Ministry, which is facing severe shortages of medical supplies amid Israel's devastating onslaught on the blockaded Gaza Strip, Saudi's official news agency reported.
Saudi King Orders $26 Million More In Medical Aid To Gaza Saudi King Orders $26 Million More In Medical Aid To Gaza
Saudi Arabia's king Abdullah bin Abdulaziz ordered on Friday 100 million riyals ($26.6 million) in medical aid to Gaza, the Saudi health ministry said.
14:20 Arrested Police Officers Taken To Health Check
Police officers who were arrested in a pre-dawn operation were taken to the health-check on the 3rd day of their detention. Police officers were taken to Haseki Training and Research Hospital for judicial control. Detained officers did not make any statement to the press members. Following the contr...
Kiyotake's Move To Hannover A Gamble Of Safety Kiyotake's Move To Hannover A Gamble Of Safety
After 1. FC Nürnberg's relegation last season, the club's Japanese playmaker Hiroshi Kiyotake has agreed a deal to join Hannover 96 on a four-year contract for a fee of around 4 million euros. Hiroshi Kiyotake will be playing Bundesliga football again next season, in Hanover rather than Nuremberg. A...
WHO Calls For Humanitarian Corridor To Evacuate Gaza Wounded WHO Calls For Humanitarian Corridor To Evacuate Gaza Wounded
The World Health Organization (WHO) called on Friday for a humanitarian corridor to be set up in Gaza to allow aid workers to evacuate the wounded and bring in life-saving medicines.
13:08 Tajikistan's Foreign Debt Reaches $ 2.2 Billion
Tajikistan's external debt amounted to $ 2.2 billion as of the end of the first half of 2014, Asia-Plus reported with the reference to Tajik Deputy Finance Minister Djamoliddin Nuraliev.Thus, the external debt makes up 21.9 percent of the country's GDP, Djamoliddin Nuraliev said at the press confere...
13:08 Kazakhstan Starts Trial Production At "Liman" Block
The Kazakh "KazMunaiGas Exploration Production" JSC has started trial production at the Novobogat SE field (suprasalt) at Liman block in the first half of 2014, according to the press-service of the company."Trial production is planned for a period of two years. Based on the results of this trial pr...
13:06 More Than 25,000 Investigated In China For Corruption In H1
Prosecutors investigated more than 25,000 people on suspicion of corruption in the first half of 2014, according to statistics released by the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) on Friday. About a quarter of them, or more than 6,300, are functionaries, a SPP official said at a press conference. T...
12:33 Humanitarian Aid Reaches Syria After Un Resolution
Nine aid trucks crossed into Syria, the first convoy without Syrian government approval since July's UN resolution.
Iran Asks Egypt To Permit Its Aid Pass To Gaza Iran Asks Egypt To Permit Its Aid Pass To Gaza
Iranian Foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif demanded Egypt permit Iran to send humanitarian aids for Gaza residents.
11:48 Turkish Press Review
Turkish dailies reported Thursday on the latest developments of the operation in Istanbul and other cities against police officers and officials in the wiretapping probe, along with the latest clashes in Israel and Palestine.
11:45 Bahçeli Lashes Out At Erdogan On Foreign Policy
Opposition Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli has heavily criticized Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's foreign policy in the region and accused him of pretending to be against Israel's policies while behind the curtains working together with this country.Speaking at a press c...
11:40 Anti-Terror Police Warns Against Planned Terrorist Attack In Norway
The Norwegian anti-terror police agency PST warned on Thursday that a terrorist attack has been planned against Norway. At a press conference, Alana Bjoernland, chief of the PST, announced that suspects associated with terrorist organizations in Syria plan to launch a terrorist attack in Norway in ...

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