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14:33 Nuclear Talks Harmful To Iran,' Says Khamenei Website
The website, which carries the views of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, published a graphic criticizing nuclear talks with world powers.
13:32 Man Caught With Explosives Following Philippines Blasts
Man identified as suspected member of New People's Army armed wing of Communist Party of Philippines.
13:08 The Number Of People Displaced By Disasters 4 Times Greater Then 1970
The number of displaced people is four times greater now in absolute terms than it was in 1970, according to the latest report by the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre. Presenting a new report called 'Global Estimates 2014: People Displaced by Disasters' to the press, Norwegian Refugee Council...
12:50 Morocco Builds 2.6-Bln-USD Coal-Fired Power Plant
Morocco has started construction of a new coal-fired power plant, the largest of the country when completed, in the costal city of Safi, local media reported on Thursday. The plant, with an expected total cost of 2.6 billion U.S. dollars and an aggregate capacity of 1,386 MW, will cover about one qu...
12:35 Officially Over 300.000 People Were Internally Displace In Ukraine
In Nikolaevka the 'street of peace', as it's named, became a street of destruction in early July. The region was transformed. Poor towns and villages became vicious battlegrounds. People fled. Officially over 300,000 have left their homes, often destroyed. The real number may be two or three times h...
12:35 S. Korean President To Meet Former Japanese Prime Minister
South Korean President Park Geun- hye will meet Friday with a former Japanese prime minister, who will come here to attend the opening ceremony of the Asian Games, Yonhap News Agency reported Thursday citing Park's spokesman. Presidential spokesman Min Kyung-wook was quoted as saying that former Ja...
12:28 'A President Trying To Sink A Bank'
Following a months-long government-backed smear campaign against Turkey's largest Islamic lender, Bank Asya, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan personally targeted the bank in a recent statement to the press. He accused independent regulatory body the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BDDK) of ...
Earlier this year I set off to visit the ruins of the Çanli Kilise, near Aksaray. I'd never been there before and took a taxi driven by a young man for whom the trip was also a first. He was, let's just say, of a somewhat excitable disposition. As we rumbled along the rough road leading to the churc...
12:25 Turkishness As A Territorial Identity
Apparently we will deal with the tragedy called "New Turkey" for some time. I believe Etyen Mahçupyan has penned six columns on identity and Turkishness as a territorial identity. He suggests roughly the following: “The non-Muslim minorities now have an option to become constituent compatriots of th...
12:22 Turkey Facing New Challenges
Turkey faces new challenges because of the US initiative to set up a core coalition to fight the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), also known as the Islamic State (IS). One of the challenges is whether or not Turkey should join the coalition. US Secretary of State John Kerry negotiated an...
12:22 Turkey's Place In The Fight Against Jihadists In Syria And Iraq
The Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), or so-called Islamic State (IS), is on the top of the priorities of the NATO alliance.Unfortunately, the West was rather late to realize the capacity of the IS' terrorism to spread. American intelligence sources claim that out of 18,000 militants that...
Italy Seeks 'Right To Know' Data Act To Open The Door On Government Transparency Italy Seeks 'Right To Know' Data Act To Open The Door On Government Transparency
The EU's "mature democracies" rank low globally in terms of government transparency. But a new Freedom of Information Act in Italy promises to make the country an open data pioneer in Europe. In the wake of the Silvio Berlusconi era - which some say was especially opaque and unaccountable to Italian...
12:03 Nasdaq Chief: Borsa Istanbul's Future Looks Bright
New York based Nasdaq vice chairman Meyer Frucher praises Turkish economy, saying growth rate is very solid.
11:50 NYT Discloses Azerbaijan's And Armenia's Reaction To Israeli Analyst
By Elmira Tariverdiyeva The New York Times disclosed the reaction of Azerbaijan and Armenia to Israeli political analyst Brenda Shaffer’s article "Russia’s Next Land Grab" published on September 10. In her article, Shaffer assesses the situation in connection with the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.The N...
11:50 Turkmenistan Prepares For Election Of Local Government Bodies
Turkmenistan on Sept. 24-Oct. 24 will hold the nomination of candidates for the upcoming elections for the members of provincial, district and city council, the Central Commission for Elections and Referenda of Turkmenistan said in a statement.The elections will be held on Nov. 23, while the registr...
Gangnam's Stylish HQ Routs Hyundai Shares Gangnam's Stylish HQ Routs Hyundai Shares
South Korean carmaker Hyundai's Thursday purchase of land in the capital Seoul's swank Gangnam district has angered shareholders. They say the money should be used for dividends and investment. Hyundai Motor Group will pay Korea Electric Power (KEPCO) a record $10 billion (7.76 billion euros) for th...
Ceasefire Is A Myth In Donetsk Ceasefire Is A Myth In Donetsk
The Evdokimova family spent over two months away from their home in Donetsk to escape the fighting. When they headed back to the city with their five children, they quickly found that life was far from peaceful. As Valentina Evdokimova sits in her front yard, there is a steady sound of nearby shelli...
11:20 Iranian Foreign Minister: Impossible To Defeat IS Using Airstrikes Only
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif speaking at the Council for Foreign Relations in New York said that the Islamic State military group is a "dangerous phenomenon" and cannot be defeated by airstrikes only, as US President Barack Obama proposed earlier.Zarif also expressed his regret that he ha...
Sony Losing Smartphone Battle To Apple, Samsung Sony Losing Smartphone Battle To Apple, Samsung
Sony Corp shares have plunged sharply on both Tokyo and New York markets after the company announced losses in its smartphone business. Sony admitted its competitors came up with more innovative technologies. Sony's share prices dropped more than 10 percent in Tokyo on Thursday, which is their bigge...
11:05 Japan To Announce New Sanctions Against Russia: Reports
Japan's government is going to announce additional sanctions against Russia over Ukraine on September 19, Kyodo news agency reported referring to the diplomatic Japanese sources.Japan's Yomiuri online revealed some details with regards to the new restrictive measures and said the blacklist of Russia...

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