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17:49 Egypt Court To Rule In Morsi 'Espionage' Case On May 15
CAIRO – An Egyptian court on Saturday set May 15 for a verdict on charges against ousted President Mohamed Morsi of spying for Palestinian movement Hamas, a judicial source has said.
31.01.2015
17:12
Italy Parliament Elects Sergio Mattarella As President Italy Parliament Elects Sergio Mattarella As President
The Italian parliament has elected constitutional court judge, Sergio Mattarella, as the country’s new president.
31.01.2015
16:12
Georgia, EU Mull Co-Op In Military Sphere Georgia, EU Mull Co-Op In Military Sphere
Georgian-EU relations were discussed during the meeting of Georgian Defense Minister Mindia Janelidze with Herbert Salber, EU special representative for the South Caucasus and the crisis in Georgia.
31.01.2015
15:49 2 Soldiers Injured In Central Yemen Blast
Two Yemeni soldiers were injured Saturday in a bomb blast in the central Al Baydaa province, a local official has said.
31.01.2015
15:19 Hamas Slams Egyptian Court's 'Terrorist' Label
Palestinian faction Hamas on Saturday slammed a decision by an Egyptian court to consider its military arm, the Ezzedine al Qassam Brigades, a "terrorist organization."
31.01.2015
14:49 Egypt Court Declares Hamas' Military Wing 'Terrorist Group'
An Egyptian court on Saturday declared the Ezzedine al Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Palestinian group Hamas, a terrorist organization.
31.01.2015
13:19 Un Chief Welcomes African Anti-Boko Haram Taskforce
UN Secretary General Ban Ki moon on Saturday welcomed an African Union (AU) decision to deploy a taskforce to fight the Boko Haram militant group.
31.01.2015
13:14
Weekly Review Of Azerbaijani Currency Market Weekly Review Of Azerbaijani Currency Market
The official rate of AZN to the US dollar set by the Azerbaijani Central Bank (CBA) remained unchanged last week.
31.01.2015
12:51 Two Of 24 Policemen Detained In Izmir Op Arrested By Court
An Izmir court decided to arrest two of the police officers out of 24 on Saturday who were detained in the western province of Izmir over illegal wiretapping claims in a government-orchestrated operation launched on Tuesday. Ten police officers were previously released on Friday after providing test...
31.01.2015
11:21 Heavy Storm Starts To Paralyze Daily Life In Istanbul
An estimated storm started to hit Marmara region of Turkey with cancellations of sea and air transportation. According to data released by the Meteorology Office winds will reach speed of 90 km/h and 100 km/h in the evening hours. Turkish Airlines (THY) announced on its official website that it canc...
31.01.2015
00:49 Greece Finmin Rejects Talking With 'Trokia'
Finance minister of Greece's new leftist government says no negotiations through IMF, EU and ECB.
31.01.2015
00:43
Kiev To Discuss Membership Perspective, Military Aid With EU Kiev To Discuss Membership Perspective, Military Aid With EU
Ukraine's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs says that western military assistance and a clear perspective on the possible European Union membership are among the main points Ukraine will discuss at the upcoming European Partnership summit.
31.01.2015
22:47
Opinion: Counterterrorism At A Snail's Pace Opinion: Counterterrorism At A Snail's Pace
The meeting of the EU's interior and justice ministers in Riga has once again shown that when it comes to dealing with the growing Islamist terrorist threat, the EU is slow to react. Too slow, says DW's Bernd Riegert. Any advances made in Riga were minimal. As the EU's interior and justice ministers...
30.01.2015
21:47
EU Executive Mulls Europe-Wide Road Toll EU Executive Mulls Europe-Wide Road Toll
The European Commission has indicated it's considering introducing an EU-wide road toll system. It assumes that could be the solution to a dispute with Germany over the latter's own road toll plan. European Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc told Reuters on Friday that a harmonized Europe-wide road...
30.01.2015
20:13
Energy Projects As Ankara's Leverage On EU Energy Projects As Ankara's Leverage On EU
Following Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s statement that Ankara is not interested in joining the EU, it seems that Turkey will finally freeze the relations with the union.
30.01.2015
19:17
Nigeria Welcomes Regional Force To Fight Boko Haram Nigeria Welcomes Regional Force To Fight Boko Haram
The Nigerian government has hailed a plan by African Union leaders to deploy 7,500 troops to fight against Boko Haram militants and said that it showed the extent of cooperation among neighboring countries. In an exclusive interview with DW, presidential spokesman Reuben Abati said the new plan "sho...
30.01.2015
18:13 Ecthr: Turkey's Violations Account For More Than The Other 46 States Combined
The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) conducted its annual press conference in Strasbourg on Thursday, where it was revealed that Turkey single-handedly surpassed the remaining 46 states in the Council of Europe (CoE) in terms of cases involving violations of the right to freedom of expression ...
30.01.2015
18:04 Police Officer Threatened By Deputy's Son Gets 5 Months In Jail
In a standoff between the son of a ruling party deputy and a police officer, a court in the southern province of Hatay sentenced the officer on Friday to five months in prison and handed down a fine to the deputy's son.The judge in the case issued a suspended sentence, meaning it would not be enforc...
30.01.2015
18:03 CHP-Run Municipalities To Recognize Cemevis As Places Of Worship
A total of 230 municipalities run by the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) across Turkey are planning to grant cemevis, as Alevi houses of worship are called, the official status of places of worship. “As of Feb. 1, the municipalities affiliated with the CHP across Turkey will start to...
30.01.2015
18:00 Education Ministry Continues To Profile Non-Muslims After Scandal
The Education Ministry, whose profiling of non-Muslim citizens based on ethnicity was revealed in August 2013, still maintains this practice by investigating the ethnic background of non-Muslim students, the Turkish-Armenian weekly Agos reported on Friday. In August, it became evident from an offici...
30.01.2015

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