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22:14 Jordan Summons Israel Envoy Over 'Abuses' Remarks
The Jordanian government on Monday requested to summon Israel's ambassador in Amman Daniel Nevo against the background of remarks in which he criticized Jordanian members of parliament, a diplomatic source has said.
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22:14 Russian President Putin To Visit Turkey
Russian President Vladimir Putin will arrive in Turkey on December 1 to attend the 'Turkish Russian High Level Cooperation Council' meeting.
24.11.2014
21:44 Ferguson Officer Who Killed Unarmed Teen Marries Girlfriend
Darren Wilson, who may be indictmented as early as Monday, married a fellow Ferguson, Missouri, police officer, says the New York Times.
24.11.2014
21:44 Eu To Vote On Splitting Up Google
New measure would suggest American company will have to divide different features in Europe.
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20:29 Turkey's Senior Judge Criticizes Judicial Overhaul
Says new package allows appointment and dismissal of judges and prosecutors without knowledge of Turkey's Supreme Court of Appeals.
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20:14
Opinion: Hagel Wrong Choice For New Challenges Opinion: Hagel Wrong Choice For New Challenges
The ouster of US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel highlights his persistent problems to adapt to his role as Pentagon chief. But it's also indicative of a White House trying to get a grip on new foreign policy challenges. From the very beginning, Chuck Hagel got off to a rough start. The confirmation h...
24.11.2014
19:43
Siemens, Thales Consortium To Upgrade Safety On Spanish High-Speed Rail Link Siemens, Thales Consortium To Upgrade Safety On Spanish High-Speed Rail Link
German engineering giant Siemens and French industrial group Thales have been chosen to upgrade safety features, control systems and signals on Spain's high-speed Olmedo to Ourense track French and German industrial giants Thales and #/startscreen: Siemens# said Monday they had won a joint contract ...
24.11.2014
18:54
Heads Of Regional Departments Of Anti-Corruption Agency Appointed In Kazakhstan Heads Of Regional Departments Of Anti-Corruption Agency Appointed In Kazakhstan
The new heads of the regional departments of the Kazakh Agency for Civil Service Affairs and Anti-Corruption were appointed during the meeting of the commission on personnel policy in law enforcement agencies under the president of Kazakhstan, the agency said Nov. 24.
24.11.2014
18:45 Livni, Lapid Urged To Leave Israeli Coalition Govt
Israeli opposition leader Yitzhak Herzog has called on the finance and justice ministers to leave Israel's coalition government, accusing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of putting Israel's interests at risk.
24.11.2014
18:43
The High Price Of Freedom In Vietnam The High Price Of Freedom In Vietnam
Bloggers in Vietnam are severely repressed. A month ago, one of the country's most popular bloggers was set free, only to be immediately deported to the US. He talks to DW about his experiences and plans for the future. Vietnamese blogger Nguyen Van Hai is known by his pseudonym Dieu Cay. He was rel...
24.11.2014
18:29 Turkey Presents New Internal Security Law In Parliament
The new internal security bill aims to restructure Turkey’s law enforcement agencies, domestic security and civilian affairs' authorities.
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18:13
Slow Progress In The Fight Against The LRA Slow Progress In The Fight Against The LRA
The Lord's Resistance Army has been escalating its abductions in Central Africa, a new UN report says. Although AU-led military operations appear to be weakening the group, the countries involved have other priorities. Nesipiyo Tashana was 16 years old when rebels from the Lord's Resistance Army (LR...
24.11.2014
17:58 Turkcell Ad Policy May Face US Courts
A decision by Turkey's largest mobile GSM operator, Turkcell, to radically reduce its advertising in newspapers critical of the government may be brought to trial in a court abroad, probably in the US, Turkish media speculated on Monday. Turkcell is the only Turkish company listed on the New York St...
24.11.2014
17:57 IMF: Rapid Growth Yields Large External Deficit In Turkey
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that Turkey's economy was in a vulnerable position after high growth rates in recent years caused the trade deficit to widen and encouraged the country's economy management to follow an ambitious reform agenda, which was announced with the government'...
24.11.2014
17:56 Serbia Expects 'Objective, Impartial' Investigation In Fatal Stabbing
Serbian Ambassador to Turkey Danilo Vucetic has said the Istanbul police neglected to heed the warnings by the Serbian Consulate in Istanbul about high security risks and failed to take necessary measures before a basketball game between Serbia's Red Star Belgrade team and Turkey's Galatasaray Liv H...
24.11.2014
17:47 Constitutional Court Discusses Omnibus Law Limiting Publication Of Risale-I Nur
The Constitutional Court discussed a new omnibus law that prevents the publication of the “Risale-i Nur” collection written by prominent Islamic scholar Bediüzzaman Said Nursi on Monday following an application for the nullification of the law by the Republican People's Party (CHP) on Nov. 12.The om...
24.11.2014
17:45 Nigeria Drops Charges Against Abuja Bombing 'Mastermind'
A Nigerian court has dropped two terrorism charges leveled earlier against Aminu Sadiq Ogwuche, who the government had claimed was the mastermind of a deadly April 14 car bombing in capital Abuja.
24.11.2014
17:30 New Anti-Terror Proposals Criticized In Uk
Proposed powers include giving police access to online data and ordering universities to ban 'extremist speakers' from their campuses.
24.11.2014
17:24
Iran Expands One Checkpoint On Border With Azerbaijan Iran Expands One Checkpoint On Border With Azerbaijan
A new terminal is being constructed on Iran’s checkpoint "Poldasht -Shahtakhti".
24.11.2014
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Armenian President Signs Law On Changes In Government Structure Armenian President Signs Law On Changes In Government Structure
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan signed a law on amendments and additions to the law on the structure of the Armenian government, Armenianreport reported referring to the president’s press-service.
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