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14:21 Canada Produces First Party Of Experimental Candidate Vaccine Against Ebola
The World Health Organization (WHO) welcomed the donation by the government of Canada of 800 vials of an experimental candidate vaccine, rVSV-ZEBOV, against Ebola virus disease. The first shipment of 250 vaccines arrived last night in Geneva and were stored at the Geneva University hospital today. T...
23.10.2014
13:46
Analyst: India's Reform Process So Far 'Underwhelming' Analyst: India's Reform Process So Far 'Underwhelming'
In a bid to revive India's economy, PM Narendra Modi has unveiled a set of reforms. While they are steps in the right direction, less red tape and a further opening of key sectors are needed, says economist Shilan Shah. Over the past few days, Modi's right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has annou...
23.10.2014
13:17
Manufacturers Move Back To US From China Manufacturers Move Back To US From China
Rising labor costs in China and easier access to skilled labor in the US are causing many American manufacturers to reshore production stateside, a new global management survey has found. More manufacturers are relocating back to the United States from China as wage costs in the populous Asian natio...
23.10.2014
13:07
Bakcell Demonstrates Successful Testing Results Bakcell Demonstrates Successful Testing Results
Bakcell, being the First Mobile Operator and Leading Mobile Internet Provider in Azerbaijan, is pleased to share the results of monitoring, held by request of the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies, with the aim of checking the quality of services, provided by the country’s mobile comm...
23.10.2014
13:06
Kazakh Government Lowers GDP Growth Forecast For 2015-2019 Kazakh Government Lowers GDP Growth Forecast For 2015-2019
Kazakhstan government lowered the forecast of the country’s GDP growth for 2015-2019.
23.10.2014
12:26 ISIL Swap To Cause Turkey Headache
Like a bankrupt trader, the Turkish government is sinking its future in order to save the day. The settlement process it had launched with the intention of holding elections in a non-violent atmosphere only served to make the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) grow stronger. It led to the establishment ...
23.10.2014
12:21 The AKP's Only Option
Whatever the Justice and Development Party (AKP) says about the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), Kobani and the Democratic Union Party (PYD), they have been forced to do or say the opposite of what they've claimed. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had repeatedly asserted that the PKK, ISIL...
23.10.2014
12:09
European Parliament Elects New European Commission European Parliament Elects New European Commission
The European Parliament has elected the new European Commission.
23.10.2014
11:36 Cihan News Agency Diary
GMT 09:30Cihan News Agency latest on Thursday October 23, 2014Here are the main Video News items Cihan News Agency aims to cover todayTOP NEWSEXPECTEDSYRIAN BORDER: Developments will be followed on Syrian border. ERDOGAN/ LATVIA-ESTONIA: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will pay an official visit to L...
23.10.2014
11:25 Public Documents Highlighted New Zealand Finance Firm Risks: Study
More than four in five of the New Zealand finance companies that crashed during the country's financial crisis could have been identified as risky beforehand through public disclosure documents, according to a study came out on Thursday. Thousands of New Zealanders lost their retirement savings and...
23.10.2014
10:06 Iran Plans To Construct New Line Around Caspian Sea
Currently, Iran is reviewing the issue of construction of a new rail line in order to lock up the railway ring around the Caspian Sea, Iran’s Deputy Minister of Roads and Urban Development and CEO of Iranian Railways, Mohsen Pour Seyed Aghaei told Trend Oct.22.During the summit of the heads of Caspi...
23.10.2014
09:51 5 Of 12 Detained Officers Referred To Ankara Courthouse Amid Reactions
Five of 12 detained police chiefs and officers were referred to the Ankara Courthouse on Wednesday, each making a statement before turning himself in to the Ankara Police Department following a court's detention order amid reactions saying that the government has targeted officers with baseless accu...
23.10.2014
09:33 Thousands In Mexico March For Return Of Missing Students
Organizers hold a two day strike to demand the return of 43 missing students and to raise awareness of government impunity.
23.10.2014
09:18
Beijing Develops Ebola Drug Beijing Develops Ebola Drug
The first effective Ebola medication could come from China. It is meant to heal, but it may also take the wind out of the sails of the African critics of China's foreign policy, says DW columnist Frank Sieren. It could be a light at the end of the tunnel for Ebola victims in West Africa: a new drug ...
23.10.2014
06:33 New Yorkers Protest Police Brutality
Demonstrators express solidarity with Ferguson protestors.
23.10.2014
06:17
Iran Plans To Construct New Line As Part Of Circular Railway Around Caspian Sea Iran Plans To Construct New Line As Part Of Circular Railway Around Caspian Sea
Currently, Iran is reviewing the issue of construction of a new rail line in order to lock up the railway ring around the Caspian Sea.
23.10.2014
01:33 S. Africa Lowers Economy Growth Projection By Half
The government had earlier expected the economy to grow by 2.7 percent this year.
23.10.2014
22:33 S. Arabia Reports New Coronavirus Fatality, Infection
The Saudi Health Ministry said on its website that a new Coronavirus fatality was registered in the western city of Ta'if, while a new infection was registered in the western city of Medina.
22.10.2014
21:18 UK Muslims Criticize Pm's Charity Commission Proposals
Islamic charity and human rights campaigners accuse British government of anti Muslim bias.
22.10.2014
20:18 Turkey Opposition Slams Kobani Corridor As 'Policy U-Turn'
The opposition accused the government of changing its stance after U.S. President Barack Obama recently made a telephone call to the Turkish president.
22.10.2014

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