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23:33 Egypt Fm To Start Visit To Algeria Thursday
The Algerian Foreign Ministry said in a statement that Shoukri would be visiting the North African state upon invitation from Lamamra.
22.10.2014
22:18 Danish Court Frees 10 Accused Of Funding Pkk
The men were accused of channeling about 140 million kroners, or $21 million, to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, through the Roj TV network.
22.10.2014
21:33 Saudi Court Jails 14 People For 'Terrorism'
A Saudi court on Wednesday slapped 14 people with jail terms ranging between six months and 23 years on terrorism charges.
22.10.2014
21:03 Uganda Court Refuses To Stay Trial Of Terror Suspects
They are accused of involvement in the 2010 twin bombing in Kampala which killed 76 people and injured hundreds of others.
22.10.2014
21:03 Egypt Border Attack 'Criminal': Israel
The sources said an exchange of fire had taken place between drug smugglers in the border area and Israeli troops on patrol.
22.10.2014
19:33 Turkey: Decision To Release Denmark Murder Suspect Not Executive
Turkish Foreign Ministry says decision by Turkish court to release suspect in attempted murder of Danish Islam critic Lars Hedegaard is judicial, not executive.
22.10.2014
19:03 Egypt's Pro-Morsi Bloc Calls For Fresh Protests
The pro Morsi National Alliance for the Defense of Legitimacy called for a week of fresh protests starting on Friday under the banner, "Bring down the regime"
22.10.2014
18:59 Court Halts Demolition For Planned Mosque Near Validebag Grove
The Istanbul 7th Administrative Court has ordered that the demolition of a parking lot in preparation for the construction of a mosque at the entrance of Validebag Grove in the Üsküdar district of Istanbul cease. The court explained that the Üsküdar municipal government had proceeded with the demoli...
22.10.2014
18:58 5 Of 12 Detained Police Officers Referred To Ankara Courthouse Amid Reactions
Five of 12 detained police chiefs and officers were referred to the Ankara Courthouse on Wednesday, each making a statement before turning himself in to the Ankara Police Department following a court's detention order amid reactions saying that the government has targeted officers with baseless accu...
22.10.2014
18:50 Fazil Say: I'm Unable To Present My Art In My Country
Turkish classical pianist-composer Fazil Say broke his silence on Tuesday over this week's news concerning his works being removed from a state-funded orchestra's repertoire for the new concert season, saying he's being rendered unable to present his art in his native land.An article posted Sunday o...
22.10.2014
18:48 Egypt Mulls Renewal Of Transport Deal With Turkey
Signed in March 2012 between the governments of both countries, the agreement is due to expire on April 29 of next year.
22.10.2014
18:38 17 Bureaucrats Summoned To Court On Charges Of Irregularities
The Court of Accounts has summoned 17 bureaucrats from different public institutions to give their full addresses and defend themselves in the court regarding investigations into financial irregularities in the operations of their institutions. The summons follow the failure of the court to reach th...
22.10.2014
18:18 Egypt Rejects US Calls To Free Hunger-Striking Activist
An Egyptian court on Wednesday rejected an appeal by the U.S. Consulate in Cairo to release Egyptian American activist Mohamed Sultan, who is said to have been on a hunger strike for 270 days to protest his ongoing detention.
22.10.2014
17:48 Syrian Opposition Leader To Meet Egypt Fm
The Egyptian government has yet to officially announce al Bahra's upcoming visit.
22.10.2014
17:17
New Times For DW English Radio Programming For Africa New Times For DW English Radio Programming For Africa
DW English radio programming for Africa now available mornings As of Sunday, October 26,
22.10.2014
17:17
ECB Stress Test Stresses Out Major Banks ECB Stress Test Stresses Out Major Banks
The European Central Bank will assume supervision of the eurozone's largest lenders in November. But before that, the ECB is putting banks through their paces. The results of its stress test are to be announced Sunday. As if the eurozone wasn't experiencing enough stress already. Recent economic dat...
22.10.2014
16:48 Eu Commission's New Officials Set To Take Office
List of new commissioners of the European Union's executive body unveiled.
22.10.2014
16:48 Jewish Settlers Torch Palestinian Olive Grove In W. Bank
A group of Jewish settlers set fire to around 100 olive trees owned by Palestinian farmers near Nablus in the northern West Bank, a Palestinian official said Wednesday.
22.10.2014
16:16
Leverkusen Soccer Club To Give Back Millions In Donations Leverkusen Soccer Club To Give Back Millions In Donations
A Cologne court has ordered the Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen to repay millions of euros to a sponsor that was bankrupt when it made the donations. Leverkusen should have known the donor was insolvent, the court said. German soccer club Bayern Leverkusen was ordered by a Cologne court Wednesday t...
22.10.2014
15:35
Two Israeli Soldiers Wounded By Gunfire From Egypt's Sinai Two Israeli Soldiers Wounded By Gunfire From Egypt's Sinai
Two Israeli soldiers near the border with Egypt were wounded by gunfire from Sinai on Wednesda.
22.10.2014

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