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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
00:33 Mexico To Cut $8.4 Billion In Spending
Cuts will not affect construction of a new Mexico City international airport but construction of $3.75 billion high speed rail canceled.
31.01.2015
23:34 Pentagon Says 'Premature' To Predict Mosul Offensive
'I think it's incredibly premature and probably not helpful for anybody to try to guess on the calendar when a campaign against Mosul is going to begin, proceed, or succeed.'
30.01.2015
23:34 US Says Israeli Settlements Illegitimate
State Department says settlements will have detrimental effects, inflame already heightened tensions with Palestinians and further isolate Israel internationally.
30.01.2015
22:49 Ennahda May Participate In New Tunisia Govt: Ghannouchi
The head of Tunisia's Islamist Ennahda movement, Rachid al Ghannouchi, said Friday that Tunisia's new government may include members of his party.
30.01.2015
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
22:17
Sieren's China: The World Needs More Massive Projects Sieren's China: The World Needs More Massive Projects
Construction on China's massive infrastructure projects hasn't slowed. Even though the economic benefit is waning, DW columnist Frank Sieren says these projects are still China's best showcase for the world market. As the details of China's 13th five-year plan came into focus earlier this month, one...
30.01.2015
21:47
Organic Burger Chain Shake Shack Shakes Up Wall Street Organic Burger Chain Shake Shack Shakes Up Wall Street
Organic burger chain Shake Shack had the New York stock exchange cooking on its first day of trading on Friday, leaping 129.7 percent from its IPO. The "all-natural" fast food trend is the latest fad among US investors. The hamburger chain that prides itself on fresh ingredients and good service rai...
30.01.2015
21:43
Pentagon Says Defeating IS Might Take Up To Five Years Pentagon Says Defeating IS Might Take Up To Five Years
Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby predicted that defeating the Islamic State (IS) will take up to five years.
30.01.2015
20:49 Al-Humaidan: Saudi's New Spy Chief From Outside House Of Saud
King Salman bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia on Thursday relieved intelligence chief Khaled bin Bandar from his post, replacing him with Khaled bin Ali al Humaidan.
30.01.2015
20:48
German Spy Agency Saves Millions Of Phone Records, Says Report German Spy Agency Saves Millions Of Phone Records, Says Report
The German government was quick to announce plans to widen data retention against terrorism in response to this month's attacks in Paris. But Berlin already collects far more telecom metadata than many suspected. According to a journalist at German weekly "Die Zeit," writing with reference to "class...
30.01.2015
20:18
Liberia Postpones Reopening Of Schools Liberia Postpones Reopening Of Schools
Schools in Liberia had been due to reopen on Monday (02.02.2015) after being closed for some six months due to the Ebola epidemic. The education ministry says preparations are not yet complete.
30.01.2015
20:04 Milf: Philippine Police Killed Bomb-Maker In Sunday Raid
Zulkifli Bin Hir, known as Marwan, killed in clash with police commandos, MILF leader says.
30.01.2015
19:18
Greek Government Refuses To Work With Troika Greek Government Refuses To Work With Troika
Meeting the head of the Eurogroup in Athens, the Greek Finance Minister said he would reject any cooperation with its main international lenders known as the troika. His statement didn't go down well in Germany. The head of the Eurogroup chairing eurozone finance meetings Jeroen Dijsselbloem on Frid...
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
19:04 Chelsea Striker Suspended For Three Matches
Costa to miss Premier League matches against Manchester City, Aston Villa and Everton.
30.01.2015
18:19 Somalia Making Progress Against Shabaab, President Tells Aa
Somalia has made progress in its fight against the Al Qaeda linked Al Shabaab militant group, Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud has said.
30.01.2015
18:02 Erdogan Aware Of Chain Of Corrupt Dealings, Prosecutor Kara Says
Public prosecutor Celal Kara, who previously oversaw the massive corruption investigation that went public on Dec. 17, 2013, shed light on his earlier claims that then-Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan was at the center of the graft probe, saying, "Seven phone conversations between the graft suspe...
30.01.2015
17:52 Gülen Has Strongly Rejected Comparison To Iran's Khomeini Time And Again
Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag's recently rehashed allegations that Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen planned to return from the US to Turkey in a way similar to Iran's revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini are decades-old discredited claims that have been refuted time and again by G...
30.01.2015

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