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Google High Flyer Alan Eustace Makes Record Leap From Edge Of Space Google High Flyer Alan Eustace Makes Record Leap From Edge Of Space
An executive from Google has broken the record set by an Austrian skydiver in 2012, jumping from more than 25 miles above the Earth's surface. Alan Eustace was part of a project to develop commercial spacesuits. As well as breaking the sound barrier using only his own acceleration due to gravity, 57...
00:18 Erdogan: Syrian Kurds Seem To Accept Fsa In Kobani
U.S. welcomes possible inclusion of FSA in defense of Kobani.
23:33 Iraqi Forces Kill 25 Isil Militants In Tikrit
Iraqi soldiers also defused nearly 100 mines planted on a highway that connects Tikrit and Baiji cities, an Iraqi official has said.
21:48 Egypt Policeman Gunned Down By Militants
Unidentified militants on Friday evening shot dead a policeman in the northern Egyptian province of Sharqiya, a security official has said.
21:33 Update 4 - Health Teams Decontanimate Three Consulates In Istanbul
At the moment, the decontamination teams are working at the French consulate and clearance is expected there in the coming hours, officials say.
21:33 2Nd Attack Hits Egypt's Sinai; Casualties Reported
Unidentified militants opened fire on an army checkpoint in Egypt's restive Sinai Peninsula with casualties reported, a Health Ministry official said Friday evening.
21:03 Palestinian Boy Killed By Israeli Gunfire Near Ramallah
A Palestinian boy was killed on Friday by Israeli army gunfire near Ramallah, a medical official has said.
20:33 Eu 'Discusses' Grant For Turkey To Help Syrian Refugees
The European Union is in discussions to grant €70 million to Turkey to help it cope with the massive influx of Syrian refugees on its territory.
20:33 S. Sudan's Dry Season Means Better Aid Flow: Un Official
As the dry season approaches in South Sudan, aid organizations – along with those communities cut off from aid during the rainy season – will breathe a sigh of relief.
Get To Know Elisabetta Get To Know Elisabetta
Working as a teacher and a music-video actress, Elisabetta tried out a few jobs. But becoming a reporter was a way to combine her passions. Read how she used that to share the reality from her home country, Italy. Before working as a reporter, I studied Japanese and anthropology at the University of...
20:03 Kenya To Go Ahead With Rail Project Despite Court Order
The Kenyan government on Friday asserted that construction of a multibillion dollar railway would resume – starting next week – despite a court order to suspend it due to a dispute over land compensation.
19:50 Cihan News Agency Diary
Cihan News Agency DiaryGMT 18:00Cihan News Agency latest on Friday October 24 2014Here are the main Video News items Cihan News Agency aims to cover todayTOP NEWSEXPECTEDDELIVEREDUN PEACE CONFERENCE: At a United Nations conference organized by the Journalists and Writers Foundation (GYV) on Friday i...
19:41 Danish PM: Turkey Must Face Repercussions Over Suspect's Release
A crisis with Denmark over the release of Danish suspect Basil Hassan has deepened, as Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt has said Turkey must face some kind of repercussions for its actions, according to the Turkish press. Basil Hassan, a Danish citizen of Lebanese origin, who stands accused of ...
19:41 US Reiterates PYD Is Not Terrorist After Erdogan's Critical Remarks
A US State Department official has reiterated that the Democratic Union Party (PYD) is not considered a terrorist organization under US law. US Department of State spokesperson Jen Psaki told the Cihan news agency on Friday that the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) is a terrorist group but the PYD how...
19:41 Perception Operation Against Police Fails: 17 Police Officers Released
All 17 police officers who were detained as part of an operation in which they were accused of illegal wiretapping, violation of privacy and espionage have been released by a court.The court verdict said that with respect to the detention of the police officers, which is widely perceived as part of ...
19:39 EU Negotiating With Turkey To Integrate Syrians Into Turkish System
The European Union has been negotiating with Turkey over the settlement and integration of Syrian refugees who fled from the Syrian civil war to Turkey but have dim prospects of returning to Syria anytime soon.The 28-nation political and economic bloc is also considering allocating 70 million euros ...
19:39 Bar Association Files Appeal Against Dropping Of Charges In Graft Probe
The Izmir Bar Association has filed an appeal against the Istanbul Chief Public Prosecutor's Office's decision to drop corruption and bribery charges against 53 suspects in a major corruption investigation that implicated many high-ranking state officials, bureaucrats and businessmen on Dec. 17 of l...
19:38 CHP's Bekaroglu Accuses Government Of Sectarianism
Republican People's Party (CHP) deputy and Islamic intellectual Mehmet Bekaroglu has accused the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK party) of carrying out systematic discrimination against Turkey's Alevi minority, claiming that for the past 12 years, no Alevi citizen has passed the examination...
19:38 President Erdogan Secretly Visited AK Party Headquarters, Says Daily
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has secretly visited the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) headquarters in Ankara two times, since beginning active duty as president, in order to hold secret meetings with senior party officials, the Taraf daily claimed on Friday. “Erdogan entered the AK Party ...
19:18 Update - New York City Doctor Tests Positive For Ebola
New York officials reassure public about how difficult it is to contract the virus.

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