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02:18 Morsi Female Backer Meets Husband's Tragic Fate
Only 373 days had separated Saber's death from that of her husband.
23.08.2014
23:48 Yemen's Houthis Escalate Sanaa Protests
Supporters of Yemen's Shia Houthi group on Friday escalated their protests against the government of Prime Minister Mohamed Basindawa, setting up protest camps outside several ministries and government offices in capital Sanaa.
22.08.2014
23:33 Egypt Arrests 35 Morsi Supporters At Friday Protests
Egyptian security forces on Friday arrested 35 supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi during the dispersal of several pro Morsi protests held in different parts of the country, the Interior Ministry has said.
22.08.2014
21:17
When Migrants Become Company Founders When Migrants Become Company Founders
The desire to set up a new business in Germany is followed by the frustration over the hurdles involved. A third of entrepreneurs drop out after three years. For immigrants, the challenges are often even greater. Daria Bojkov (main picture) has almost survived the critical phase. Two years ago, she ...
22.08.2014
19:18 Ethiopia Delegation Set To Leave For Sudan For Dam Talks
An Ethiopian government delegation is set to head to Khartoum on Saturday to take part in tripartite talks with Sudan and Egypt on Ethiopia's multibillion dollar hydroelectric dam on the Nile.
22.08.2014
18:18
Azerbaijan And Egypt To Discuss Development Of Relations In Tourism Azerbaijan And Egypt To Discuss Development Of Relations In Tourism
Bilateral meetings between the representatives of Azerbaijan and Egypt on the expansion of cooperation in the sphere of tourism will take place in Cairo, August 23-29.
22.08.2014
18:03 Uk-Turkey Business Forum Set For Next Month
The event in Istanbul will hear from EU Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and British Ambassador Richard Moore.
22.08.2014
17:48 Igad Summit To Kick Off Sunday In Addis Ababa
Leaders of Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) member states will convene in Addis Ababa on Sunday, the East African trade bloc said Friday.
22.08.2014
17:47
Flight Tracking - Aviation Industry 'Not Ahead Of The Game' Flight Tracking - Aviation Industry 'Not Ahead Of The Game'
There are still few clues as to what happened to Flight MH370. But the aviation industry has already drawn lessons. The question remains, however, how soon they will be acted upon, aviation analyst Chris Yates tells DW. The search from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is set to resume next mon...
22.08.2014
16:06 Tension Runs High In Eastern Turkey Over Removal Of PKK Militant Statue
Following the removal of a statue of a terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant on Tuesday in the southeastern province of Diyarbakir, PKK supporters have been in a clash with the security forces in Mus province for three days. In a protest to removal of the statue, a large group of people ...
22.08.2014
16:06 Tension Runs High In Eastern Turkey Over Removal Of PKK Militant Statue
Following the removal of a statue of a terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant on Tuesday in the southeastern province of Diyarbakir, PKK supporters have been in a clash with the security forces in Mus province for three days. In a protest to removal of the statue, a large group of people ...
22.08.2014
15:39 Tension Runs High In Eastern Turkey Over Removal Of PKK Militant Statue
Following the removal of a statue of a terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant on Tuesday in the southeastern province of Diyarbakir, PKK supporters have been in a clash with the security forces in Mus province for three days. In a protest to removal of the statue, a large group of people ...
22.08.2014
15:33 Pro-Morsi Protester Killed In Cairo
An Egyptian woman was killed on Friday when security forces violently dispersed a rally staged by supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi in eastern Cairo.
22.08.2014
13:47
Polio Eradication By Vaccination: Good News And Bad Polio Eradication By Vaccination: Good News And Bad
A clinical trial gives hope that the right vaccination scheme could eradicate polio worldwide by 2018. Another study, though, warns that mutated viruses could jeopardize that goal. The crippling and potentially fatal disease polio, caused by a virus, is almost eradicated - but only "almost". It stil...
22.08.2014
13:12 Four Police Officers Arrested, Eight Released In Alleged Wiretapping Case
An Izmir court decided on Thursday to arrest four police officers and release eight who were detained on Tuesday allegedly in charge of wiretapping as part of a police operation against police force. On Tuesday, 32 police officers, who were tasked with in a tender-rigging investigation, were taken i...
22.08.2014
13:10 Gül Sends A Message By Announcing The New PM Before Erdogan
During his final reception at the Çankaya presidential palace on Tuesday night, President Abdullah Gül made some unexpected remarks.Though the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) has not held yet its special congress to select the new leader to replace President-elect Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Gül ...
22.08.2014
11:17
US Court Calls Argentine Bond Swap Plan 'Illegal' US Court Calls Argentine Bond Swap Plan 'Illegal'
US Judge Thomas Griesa has denounced Argentina's plans to evade his ruling on the country's old bonds. He said a planned bond swap could not be carried out, but refused to find Buenos Aires in contempt of court. During a hearing of the US District court in Manhattan on Thursday, Judge Thomas Griesa ...
22.08.2014
08:48 33 Killed In Egypt Bus Crash
At least 33 people were killed and scores injured in a deadly bus crash in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Friday, a health official said.
22.08.2014
02:18 Pro-Morsi Protester Killed In Egypt's Minya
A supporter of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi was killed late Thursday as security forces dispersed a pro Morsi protest in the southern province of Minya, eyewitnesses said.
22.08.2014
00:03 Brazil Looks To Boost Trade With Russia Despite Sanctions
Brazil's ambassador to Moscow says he is confident mutual trade can be boosted after Russian authorities approved nearly 140 Brazilian meat producers who are set to gain from sanctions imposed on Russia over Ukraine.
22.08.2014

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