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19:51 Court Reinstates Sakarya Police Chief To Former Post
A Sakarya administrative court ruled on Thursday to reinstate former Sakarya Police Chief Mustafa Aktas to his previous position. Aktas had been serving in Sakarya for two years when he was transferred to Ankara, on Jan. 9, 2014, as part of a wave of suspensions and reassignments that took place aft...
31.10.2014
19:51 Suspect Cries 'Parallel' When He Hears Life Sentence
Galip Özdemir (47), convicted of killing his girlfriend, Esma Ekinci (37), and placing her body in a suitcase, accused the court of being a part of the so-called “parallel structure” after a judge handed down a life sentence. Antalya's 1st High Criminal Court ruled for a life sentence for Özdemir, ...
31.10.2014
19:33 Ethiopia-Egypt Ties Improving: Diplomat
By Mohammed Taha Tewekel.
31.10.2014
19:18 Five Receive Jail Terms In Turkey's Firedamp Probe
A Turkish court concluded the case over the death of 30 miners in northwestern Turkey, acquitting 23 out of 28 suspects.
31.10.2014
18:49
Nico Rosberg Up For The Challenge As F1 Season Heads Into Final Straight Nico Rosberg Up For The Challenge As F1 Season Heads Into Final Straight
Ahead of the US Grand Prix this weekend, Nico Rosberg is sitting 17 points behind Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton. Still, the German remains confident he can still win this year's drivers' championship. With just three races remaining this year, Nico Rosberg believes he can win the Formula One tit...
31.10.2014
18:48 Kenya Court Nullifies 'Corrupt' Police Recruitment
By James Shimanyula.
31.10.2014
17:26 Design Biennial Reigns Over Istanbul In Second Year
Istanbulites will enjoy a series of extensive activities on design as the second edition of the Istanbul Design Biennial starts on Saturday, kicking off a six-week period of exhibitions, panel discussions, workshops and film screenings. Set to continue until Dec. 14, the biennial is held free of ch...
31.10.2014
17:07 Storm's Halilhodzic Needs Victory Against Akhisar To Silence Critics
Galatasaray's Cesare Prandelli is the Spor Toto Super League's foremost embattled coach, but Bosnian trainer Vahid Halilhodzic must convince his Trabzonspor to outplay Akhisar Belediyespor on Saturday evening if he wants to keep his job for much longer. After the coach who led Algeria on a surprisin...
31.10.2014
17:03 Jordanian Activists Rally In Support Of Al-Aqsa
Protesters in both Jordan and Egypt staged demonstrations on Friday to protest stepped up Israeli restrictions on Muslim worshippers in and around East Jerusalem's Al Aqsa Mosque compound.
31.10.2014
13:46
Divided Over Fracking Divided Over Fracking
Fracking could prolong Germany's supply of fossil fuels and make the country less dependent on imports, says the gas industry. But experts argue over whether it's worth the risk to people's health and the environment.With the government's fracking bill and figures on cancer rates in her folder, and ...
31.10.2014
13:23 Jamaica Former PM Wins Libel Suit Against Press
Jamaica's former Prime Minister P.J. Patterson on Thursday won millions in damages after the supreme court sided with him and handed down a guilty verdict to a media company for defamation. Patterson who led the People's National Party to three consecutive terms -- from 1992 to 2006 -- sued Nationw...
31.10.2014
13:03 Three Sought, Two Arrested In Turkey's Wiretapping Probe
An Ankara court issued arrest warrants for five suspects alleged to have illegally eavesdropped on Turkish officials.
31.10.2014
12:12
Kuwait Interested In ICT Cooperation With Azerbaijan Kuwait Interested In ICT Cooperation With Azerbaijan
Kuwait offered Azerbaijan to set up a joint technical group to develop cooperation in the field of information and communication technologies, the Azerbaijani Ministry of Communications and High Technologies said Oct. 30.
31.10.2014
09:48 Ethiopia Business Body Eyes Deeper Ties With Egypt Businessmen
A major Ethiopian business body has called for bolstering trade and business relations with Egyptian businessmen.
31.10.2014
09:33 Turkish President Erdogan In One-Day Visit To France
Important topics include Turkey's proposal to set up a safe haven in Syria, and Turkey's tender for a long range missile defense system.
31.10.2014
09:03 Death Verdicts Upheld In China Train Station Attack
Court rejects appeals against death sentences for 3 suspects in attack when knife wielding group left 31 dead, 141 wounded.
31.10.2014
08:18 Football: Turkish Super League Starts 8Th Week Of Season
Istanbulite archrivals, Besiktas and Fenerbahce will meet at Ataturk Olympic Stadium on Sunday.
31.10.2014
04:47
'IS' Fighter Testifies In Frankfurt - 'I Still Want To Die A Martyr' 'IS' Fighter Testifies In Frankfurt - 'I Still Want To Die A Martyr'
Kreshnik B. is the first Islamic State fighter to stand trial in a German court. He wants to testify and is hoping for a lenient sentence. But in Frankfurt's Higher Regional Court, he talked his way into trouble. "Are you cold? You can take off your coat - we're not going to do anything to you," pre...
31.10.2014
00:33 Burkina Faso Army Chief Forms 'Transitional Body'
Burkina Faso Chief of Staff Honore Nabere Traore has announced the sacking of government, dissolving of parliament and setting up a transitional body to run the country’s affairs.
31.10.2014
23:26
UN's Ban Ki-Moon Calls For Ceasefire, Negotiations In South Sudan UN's Ban Ki-Moon Calls For Ceasefire, Negotiations In South Sudan
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called for an immediate ceasefire and resumption of political negotiations.
30.10.2014

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