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19:22 Judge To Issue Verdict Without Hearing Defense In Policemen Probe
A Turkish judge supervising a controversial wiretapping probe into policemen has said he will issue a decision on the fate of policemen without hearing their defense. The decision will be announced on 9 p.m. local Istanbul time.Judge Islam Çiçek of 3rd Criminal Court of Peace said in an interim deci...
29.07.2014
18:47
EU Adopts Broad Economic Sanctions Against Russia EU Adopts Broad Economic Sanctions Against Russia
The EU has adopted stringent economic sanctions against key Russian industries. The curbs will affect the country's energy, defense and finance sectors, as well as some technology exports.European Union governments have agreed to impose broad economic sanctions against Russia intended to strongarm M...
29.07.2014
17:47
'Compelling Evidence' For Kosovo Liberation Army Crimes 'Compelling Evidence' For Kosovo Liberation Army Crimes
The EU's Special Investigative Task Force said it has evidence to file an indictment against former senior officials of the Kosovo Liberation Army. Some officials are accused of violating international humanitarian law. In a statement made on Tuesday (29.07.2014), the European Union Special Investig...
29.07.2014
16:03 Palestinians Ready For Gaza Humanitarian Truce: Official
Palestinian factions are ready for a 24 hour humanitarian ceasefire with Israel in the Gaza Strip, a senior member of the umbrella Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) said Tuesday.
29.07.2014
15:22 Lawyers Of Police Officials Appeal To Int'l Anti-Torture Bodies
Lawyers of some of the 49 police officials held despite expiry of legal detention period have appealed to main international anti-torture organizations, asking the world bodies to look into the rights violations and inhumane treatment of their clients at detention facilities. The 49 people, includi...
29.07.2014
14:19 Ethiopia, Egypt To Resume Nile Dam Talks On Aug. 26
Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan will resume their tripartite talks on an Ethiopian multi billion dollar hydroelectric dam on the Nile in late August, an Ethiopian official said Tuesday.
29.07.2014
12:33 Gaza Power Plant Knocked Out By Israeli Attack
The Gaza Strip's only power plant was forced to shut down Tuesday after an Israeli attack hit the facility's fuel depot, a Palestinian official said.
29.07.2014
10:33 Us: Russia Has Violated 1987 Missile Treaty
Administration official says alleged breach is a “very serious matter”
29.07.2014
08:48 5 More Israeli Soldiers Killed In Gaza Operation: Army
According to official Israeli figures, three civilians – along with the 53 troops have been killed since the hostilities began.
29.07.2014
06:48 Update - Gaza's Tuesday Death Toll Hits 34
At least 11 Palestinians were killed early Tuesday and 50 others injured in fresh Israeli airstrikes against the Gaza Strip, increasing to 34 the number of Palestinians killed since midnight, a Palestinian Health Ministry official said.
29.07.2014
06:03
US May Introduce New Sanctions Against Russia Later This Week US May Introduce New Sanctions Against Russia Later This Week
U.S. and the EU may introduce new restrictive measures against Russia this week over the situation in Ukraine, Tony Blinken, a deputy national security advisor told a news briefing on Monday.
29.07.2014
05:03 Update - Gaza's Tuesday Death Toll Hits 23
At least 13 Palestinians were killed early Tuesday and 10 others injured in fresh Israeli airstrikes against the Gaza Strip, increasing to 23 the number of Palestinians killed since midnight, a Palestinian Health Ministry official said.
29.07.2014
03:17
Judge Clears Sale Of LA Clippers To Ex-Microsoft Boss Ballmer Judge Clears Sale Of LA Clippers To Ex-Microsoft Boss Ballmer
A Los Angeles judge has tentatively approved the most expensive sale of an NBA basketball team in history. Co-owner Donald Sterling, at the helm for 33 years, had opposed the sale brokered by his estranged wife. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Levanas on Monday ruled that Steve Ballmer's $2...
29.07.2014
23:18 Israeli Police, Palestinians Clash In W. Bank
Policemen used teargas to disperse the demonstrators, who responded with stones, the eyewitness said.
28.07.2014
20:51 Cihan News Agency Diary
Cihan News Agency DiaryGMT: 18:00Cihan News Agency latest on Monday July 26, 2014Here are the main Video News items Cihan News Agency aims to cover todayTOP NEWSEXPECTEDDELIVEREDUN/SHOOTING DOWN OF MH17: The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, says that the shooting down ...
28.07.2014
20:47
EU Citizenship For Sale EU Citizenship For Sale
EU countries have long offered preferential visas to wealthy foreigners looking to park their money, but now that system has taken on a life of its own. Requisites for gaining access to 'Fortress Europe' are vanishing. They come to Europe for a better life, for freedom. But rather than cram themselv...
28.07.2014
18:51
Iran To Establish SEZ To Produce High-Tech Medicines Iran To Establish SEZ To Produce High-Tech Medicines
Iran plans to establish its first special economic zone for the production of high-tech medicines for refractory diseases, an Iranian official says, Press TV reported.
28.07.2014
18:47
Russia Shares Tumble On Yukos Ruling, Sanctions Fears Russia Shares Tumble On Yukos Ruling, Sanctions Fears
Russian stock markets have fallen for the third day as the specter of new EU sanctions chills investors. Speculators lost appetite for Russian risk after Moscow was ordered to compensate former Yukos shareholders. Moscow's dollar-denominated RTS stock market index dropped 2.5 percent on Monday, whil...
28.07.2014
17:49 Hamas Says Killed 2 Israeli Troops In Gaza
Qassam Brigades says its had fired three mortar shells at advancing Israeli troops and clashed with them, using heavy weapons.
28.07.2014
17:47
The Naked #Selfie: How Safe Is A Factory Reset On Your Android Phone? Not Very The Naked #Selfie: How Safe Is A Factory Reset On Your Android Phone? Not Very
Antivirus and mobile security firm Avast! says it's unveiled major holes in Google's Android operating system after extracting masses of personal data from phones that had been factory restored. Avast! bought 20 secondhand Android phones on ebay. And, using commercially available forensic tools, the...
28.07.2014

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