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13:18 Borsa Istanbul Closes First Session At 14-Month High
The BIST 100 index is up at the close of the first session on Thursday.
12:48 International Sanctions Hit Iran's Oil And Gas Industry
Oil and gas production in Iran have declined significantly, new report shows.
Iran, Lebanon To Discuss Gaza Issue Iran, Lebanon To Discuss Gaza Issue
Iranian deputy foreign minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian is expected to visit Lebanon in the new future to discuss the recent developments in Gaza.
Oil And Gas Fuel BASF Profit Oil And Gas Fuel BASF Profit
Germany's chemicals and materials maker BASF logged double-digit growth in its profit for the second quarter. Higher sales on the back of a global recovery make the firm confident about meeting its 2014 goals. BASF earnings before interest and taxes (Ebit) in the second quarter came in at 2.1 billio...
11:33 Skorean Government Sorry Over Botched Sewol Manhunt
Justice minister makes public apology as police, prosecution criticized for errors in search for deceased ferry disaster fugitive.
11:18 Biggest Regret Of My Life': Turks Face Road Death Warning
As an estimated seven million people – equal to the population of Switzerland – take to the roads and skies this week to celebrate the Ramadan feast across Turkey, both the government and experts are issuing warnings on travel safety during the five day holiday.
02:48 Israel Launches New Attacks On Gaza
The Israeli army bans ambulances, aid responders and rescue workers from reaching victims in the attacked areas, according to Palestinian Health Ministry spokesman Ashraf al Qodra.
Community Forestry Helps Save The Climate Community Forestry Helps Save The Climate
Deforestation is a major source of climate-harming CO2 emissions. A new report shows this is drastically reduced when indigenous and traditional communities have the right to manage their own forests. One eighth of the world's forests are owned or managed by local communities, many of them indigenou...
02:03 Israeli Minister Says Gaza Ceasefire In Sight
The minister expected both the Israeli government and the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas to approve the new proposal.
01:33 Israel Slams Unhrc Decision On Gaza Probe
The Israeli government has slammed a decision by U.N. Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to launch a commission of inquiry into alleged Israeli war crimes during its ongoing military offensive against the Gaza Strip.
00:03 Eu Adds New People, Firms To Syria Sanctions List
With the new sanctions, the total number of individuals increased to 192 and the companies increased to 63.
22:48 Mexico Has 22,732 Homicides In 2013
Although the homicide rate declined, some states show that violence is still very high, says security expert.
21:48 Argentina Downplays Looming Debt Default
Government official says “life goes on” despite debt battle in U.S. court.
German Soccer Association's Logo Under Threat German Soccer Association's Logo Under Threat
Weeks after Germany emerged victorious from the World Cup, the country's highest soccer body is embroiled in a legal battle over its logo that could cost it millions in lost revenue. The German soccer federation DFB may lose the rights to its renowned eagle logo after a supermarket chain complained ...
21:03 US Renews Ben Gurion Flight Ban For Up To 24 Hours
5“The agency is working closely with the Government of Israel to review the significant new information they have provided”
Opinion: Too Patient With Nigeria? Opinion: Too Patient With Nigeria?
100 days ago, the terrorist group Boko Haram kidnapped more than 200 schoolgirls. Despite an emotional social media campaign, the search was unsuccessful. But that's not the real scandal, says Jan-Phill Scholz. Sometimes it's hard to put up with the cynics and pessimists, who knew all along that the...
20:33 Bulgaria's Government Quits Amid Ongoing Protests
Move comes after nomination of media mogul Delyan Peevski to head Bulgaria's national security agency triggered widespread anger.
World Cup-Winning Löw Confirms He'll Chase Euro 2016 World Cup-Winning Löw Confirms He'll Chase Euro 2016
World Cup-winner Joachim Löw will keep coaching Germany's national team rather than seek new challenges. Media had speculated that he might have sought a fresh position after winning soccer's greatest prize. On Wednesday, World Cup winner Joachim Löw announced that he would remain Germany's coach th...
20:03 S. Africa's Zuma Urges End To Israel's Gaza Offensive
South African President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday called on the Israeli government to stop its crippling military offensive against the besieged Gaza Strip, now in its third week.
18:51 Handcuffed Police Figure Goes Viral On Social Media, Becomes Hit
An image of the former head of the Istanbul Police Department cyber crimes unit, Hayati Basdag, holding his handcuffed hands in the air while being detained has gone viral on social media as a symbol expressing public outrage at the operation for which he was detained.Basdag was among over 100 high-...

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