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00:01 New Israeli Bill To Target 'Those Who Act In Terror'
Netanyahu's office said following discussions last week, the Israeli Prime Minister was expected to propose the bill against those who commit "terrorist" attacks with national ramifications.
23.11.2014
23:45
De Maiziere: High Numbers Of Refugees 'For Years To Come' De Maiziere: High Numbers Of Refugees 'For Years To Come'
Germany has seen the highest rates worldwide of asylum seekers from conflict zones this year. Those numbers won't be dwindling any time soon, so Germany must "adjust," says the country's interior minister. Between January and June this year, more than 65,000 people applied for asylum in Germany, fig...
22.11.2014
22:01 Peru Supreme Court Rejects Ex Leader's Appeal
Country’s highest court throws out house arrest appeal by ex president undergoing treatment for mouth cancer.
22.11.2014
19:46 Jordan Rules Out Plan To Ban Muslim Brotherhood
Al Kalaldeh said Bani Arshid's arrest was an isolated incident that did not reflect a government drive against the Muslim Brotherhood.
22.11.2014
19:45
Dortmund Falter, Schalke Squeak By, Bayern Cruise Dortmund Falter, Schalke Squeak By, Bayern Cruise
Saturday's round 12 action was high scoring and topsy turvy. Bayern won convincingly and welcomed back a star. Schalke just hung on for three points, and Dortmund's frustrations continued. Three points and nothing less were Dortmund's goal as they traveled to upstarts Paderborn. With coach Jürgen Kl...
22.11.2014
18:04 5 Syrians Killed In Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In Antalya
Five Syrians died from carbon monoxide poisoning in Antalya province southern Turkey Friday night. Dead bodies of Syrians were found poisoned from carbon monoxide gas of a bucket stove living in a new neighborhood and a large family of employees in their daily work in Korkuteli town of the tourist ...
22.11.2014
17:34 Erdogan's Putin And Putin's Erdogan
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin are increasingly becoming soulmates. No one can understand them better than each other. For both, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) is a pain in the neck. Journalists continue to talk and write despite being warned repeated...
22.11.2014
17:34 Turkey Damaging Ties With Latin America
Following Iran's decades-long outreach activities to Muslim communities in Latin America to leverage its influence against the US, Turkey's pro-Iranian government has also started to make overtures into that part of the world, starting with the convention of the first ever Latin American Muslim Reli...
22.11.2014
16:44
Greens To Confront Industrialized Farm Lobby Greens To Confront Industrialized Farm Lobby
Germany's opposition Greens have set their sights on nutrition that avoids mass livestock farming. They have accused Chancellor Angela Merkel's government of giving agriculturalized industry an unrestrained free run. Seven hundred delegates at the Greens' annual conference in Hamburg voted by a larg...
22.11.2014
16:31 Iran Blames World Powers For Nuclear Talks Deadlock
No new idea or remarkable proposal has come from the world powers’ group, the P5+1, yet during talks over Iran’s nuclear issue, says Iranian minister.
22.11.2014
16:19 Outspoken Turkish Journalist Mehmet Baransu Released After Detention
Taraf daily journalist Mehmet Baransu, who is known for his strong criticisms of the government, was briefly detained on Saturday.Counterterrorism units from the Istanbul Police Department detained the journalist at his home. He was taken to the Çaglayan Courthouse after a medical check-up. It was n...
22.11.2014
12:44
Ali Alaswad: 'Without Reforms There Will Be No Political Settlement In Bahrain' Ali Alaswad: 'Without Reforms There Will Be No Political Settlement In Bahrain'
Bahrain is holding its first elections for a new parliament since the Arab Spring-inspired protest three years ago. But the opposition called on Bahrainis to boycott the polls. Former MP Ali Alaswad explains why. DW: How do you see the Bahrain's political situation before the elections? And why is y...
22.11.2014
12:19 NBA Standings After Friday's Games
Following are the standings of National Basketball Association (NBA) after Friday's games: EASTERN CONFERENCE= Atlantic Division W L Pct GB Toronto 10 2 .833 _ Brooklyn 5 7 .417 5 Boston 4 7 .364 5 1/2 New York 3 10 .231 7 1/2 Philadelphia 0 12 .000 10 Southeast Division W L Pct GB Washin...
22.11.2014
12:18 At Least 28 Killed In Northern Kenya Bus Attack
Suspected Al-Shabaab militants attacked a public passenger bus in Mandera, northern Kenya, early Saturday, killing 28 people and injured several others, government official and police confirmed. Mandera East Deputy County Commissioner, Elvis Korir, said initial reports indicate that a team of more ...
22.11.2014
11:50 No New Proposal From P5+1 On Iran's Nuclear Issue: Spokesperson
The world powers engaged in the talks pertaining to Iran's nuclear issue have not made any new proposals to break the current stand-off, Iran's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham was quoted as saying by official IRNA news agency on Saturday. "Numerous intensive talks, both at the bilateral...
22.11.2014
11:50 5 Syrians Killed In Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In Southern Turkey
Five Syrians died from carbon monoxide poisoning in Antalya province southern Turkey Friday night, private Dogan news agency reported on Saturday. The bodies of the five Syrians were found poisoned from carbon monoxide gas of a bucket stove living in a new neighborhood and a large family of employe...
22.11.2014
11:50 Ghana To Update 2015 Budget After Negotiations With IMF
The 2015 budget of the government of Ghana presented to parliament Wednesday will be updated following conclusion of negotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Ghanaian Minister of Finance Seth Terkper said here Friday. Talks with the IMF were still going on and would conclude soon, T...
22.11.2014
03:39
Iran, US Discussing New Nuclear Proposals Iran, US Discussing New Nuclear Proposals
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and US Secretary of State John Kerry are working on new possible proposals aimed at facilitating a final deal on Tehran’s civilian nuclear work.
22.11.2014
00:16 Bolivia Child Abuse Case Deepens On New Rape Claims
New sexual abuse allegations puts pressure on child care home at center of dead infant scandal.
22.11.2014
00:16 North-South Gas Corridor Report Ends Istanbul Energy Summit
Summit ends with discussion of new gas facility in Europea that would 're energize U.S. European relations,' one participant says.
22.11.2014

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