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01:17
NATO: Ukraine Used Ballistic Missiles NATO: Ukraine Used Ballistic Missiles
NATO tells DW reports are correct that the Ukrainain army has been using ballistic missiles against pro-Russian separatists in the country's east. But Kyiv denies these reports. NATO has confirmed to DW a report by US news channel CNN, according to which the Ukrainian army has used short-range balli...
02.08.2014
00:47
Obama Says Will Be Hard To Get A New Ceasefire In Gaza Obama Says Will Be Hard To Get A New Ceasefire In Gaza
President Barack Obama said on Friday that it will be difficult to achieve a ceasefire in Gaza after the latest truce fell apart but he strongly defended Secretary of State John Kerry for his failed diplomatic drive, Reuters reported.
02.08.2014
00:46
Daniel Levy: 'No Just War' Daniel Levy: 'No Just War'
Israeli scholar and former negotiator Daniel Levy tells DW that Israel has gone beyond legitimate self-defense in its war against Hamas. The Palestinian issue cannot be solved militarily, he says.
02.08.2014
00:18 163 Gazans Killed By Israel Friday
Health Ministry spokesman Ashraf al Qodra said the new fatalities raise to 1603 death toll in the Gaza Strip.
02.08.2014
23:48 Obama Calls For Release Of Israeli Soldier
'If they are serious about trying to resolve this situation, that soldier needs to be unconditionally released,' says US president.
01.08.2014
23:33 Who, W. African Nations Agree $100Mln Anti-Ebola Plan
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the presidents of the West African countries affected by the deadly Ebola virus unveiled on Friday a new $100 million response plan for the fight against the virus outbreak.
01.08.2014
22:33 Turkey Wants Un Observers In Gaza To Monitor Truce
Israel accuses Hamas of violating a 72 hour ceasefire, while Hamas says Israel uses false reports to cover up massacres.
01.08.2014
22:16
'Major Reform Challenges' Await Indonesia's Jokowi 'Major Reform Challenges' Await Indonesia's Jokowi
For Indonesia's new president, winning was just the beginning. Joko Widodo will face a myriad of political issues, including narrowing the wealth gap and providing affordable healthcare, analyst Gregory Poling tells DW. Indonesia's president elect, Joko "Jokowi" Widodo, is still waiting for a decisi...
01.08.2014
21:48 Un Blames Hamas For Breaking Gaza Ceasefire
UN chief Ban Ki moon demands 'immediate and unconditional release of an Israeli soldier' despite saying UN has no independent means to verify what exactly happened.
01.08.2014
21:47
WTO Faces Uncertain Future After Indian Veto WTO Faces Uncertain Future After Indian Veto
New Delhi's decision to block a global trade facilitation pact has not only jeopardized multilateral negotiations, but also put the future of the global trade body at risk in its present form. Seven months after reaching an initial trade deal, which was hailed as a landmark moment in the organizatio...
01.08.2014
19:48
Ecclestone Defense Seeks Settlement In Bribery Case Ecclestone Defense Seeks Settlement In Bribery Case
The trial of Formula One giant Bernie Ecclestone may end in a settlement after all, a court spokeswoman has confirmed. A settlement in the bribery case against Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone may be imminent, a court in Munich, Germany, said Friday. Ecclestone, 83, faces charges of channeling $44...
01.08.2014
19:47
Ugandan Court Overturns Anti-Gay Law Ugandan Court Overturns Anti-Gay Law
In Uganda, an anti-gay law that triggered cuts in Western aid, has been thrown out on a technicality. Rights groups welcome the move, but say colonial-era penalties on homosexuality remain in force. A Ugandan court struck down an anti-gay law on Friday, saying it had been wrongly passed by parliamen...
01.08.2014
19:17
Stay-At-Home Bees Live Longest Stay-At-Home Bees Live Longest
Bees are having a hard time. Pesticides, viruses, varroa mites and climate change pose major threats. Scientists have found that some bees can cope better with others. Bees play a fundamental role in food production: they pollinate a wide range of crops and the honey variety delivers valuable food p...
01.08.2014
19:06
Tunisia Closes Borders With Libya After Violence Tunisia Closes Borders With Libya After Violence
Tunisia's state news agency says the country closed its main border crossing with Libya after hundreds of stranded Egyptians, fleeing violence in Libya, tried to break through the passage.
01.08.2014
19:05
Georgia Ready To Join NATO Right Now, FM Says Georgia Ready To Join NATO Right Now, FM Says
Georgia is ready to join NATO right now, the country’s Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze said on August 1.
01.08.2014
19:05 Lebanon Takes Steps To Guard Against Entry Of Ebola
With 20,000 citizens living in three countries affected by an Ebola outbreak, Lebanon is taking a series of measures to prevent the virus reaching its shores, government officials said Friday.
01.08.2014
18:18
US Unemployment Rate Ticks Up As Job Growth Slows US Unemployment Rate Ticks Up As Job Growth Slows
Job growth in the US has expanded for the sixth consecutive month but at a slower pace than before. As more people sought to re-enter employment in July, the US jobless rate went up as well. Non-farm payrolls in the United States added 209,000 jobs in July after expanding by 298,000 in June, the US ...
01.08.2014
18:03 Saudi King Condemns Israel's 'War Crimes' In Gaza
Saudi King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz says the international community has been 'unjustifiably silent' towards Israeli assaults on Gaza.
01.08.2014
17:51
The Wounds Of Warsaw The Wounds Of Warsaw
In 1944, the Nazis brutally quashed Warsaw's courageous rebellion against their rule as the Soviets looked on. On the 70th anniversary, some Poles are asking if the Warsaw Uprising was self-defeating heroism. Most days, Palace Square in Warsaw is filled with classes of school children. "After the wa...
01.08.2014
17:17
Bulgaria Strikes Deal For New Nuclear Reactor Bulgaria Strikes Deal For New Nuclear Reactor
Bulgaria has approved a deal that could see a new nuclear reactor built on the Danube river by 2023. An incredibly touchy issue in the EU's poorest country, Bulgaria is looking to reduce its dependence on Russian energy. Bulgaria's outgoing government signed an eleventh-hour deal on Friday with West...
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