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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
19:17
Hungary Likely To Cap New Cybertax Hungary Likely To Cap New Cybertax
The Hungarian government has startled citizens and companies with plans for a new Internet tax. The resulting protests have forced Budapest into a partial climbdown. The Hungarian government announced Wednesday that it will go ahead with controversial plans to impose a new tax on Internet data trans...
22.10.2014
18:59 Court Halts Demolition For Planned Mosque Near Validebag Grove
The Istanbul 7th Administrative Court has ordered that the demolition of a parking lot in preparation for the construction of a mosque at the entrance of Validebag Grove in the Üsküdar district of Istanbul cease. The court explained that the Üsküdar municipal government had proceeded with the demoli...
22.10.2014
18:58
SA Reduce GDP Focast To 1,4 % From 2,7% SA Reduce GDP Focast To 1,4 % From 2,7%
The South African Finance Minister, Nhlanhla Nene on Monday tabled before parliament tough Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) which revised the economic growth focast downwards to 1, 4 percent from 2, 7 percent for the year 2014/15.The MTBPS also came up with cuts in government expenditure....
22.10.2014
18:58 Rival Libyan PM Holds Talks With Turkish Envoy In First Int'l Meeting
Turkey's special envoy to Libya Emrullah Isler met on Tuesday with Omar al-Hasi, Libya's self-declared prime minister, in al-Hasi's first publicly known diplomatic meeting with a foreign representative. Al-Hasi's government website showed a picture of the meeting in the prime minister's office betwe...
22.10.2014
18:58 5 Of 12 Detained Police 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...
22.10.2014
18:57 3 Denver Girls Reportedly En Route To Turkey Detained, Sent Home
Three teenage girls from Denver who had been missing since last week and were reported to be traveling to Turkey were picked up in Germany and sent back home, US officials said on Tuesday.Voice of America, a US government news outlet, reported earlier this week that one of the girls told German auth...
22.10.2014
18:54 Prison Ids Of Jailed Police Officers Listing 'Parallel Structure' Withdrawn
Officials at Silivri Prison, where dozens of police officers arrested as part of government-led anti-police operations have been detained, took back some prison ID cards recently given to the police officers that defined their alleged crimes as being members of the so-called “parallel structure.”On ...
22.10.2014
18:51 CHP's Tanrikulu Asks Why Ak Saray Constructed In Protected Zone
Main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) Deputy Chairman Sezgin Tanrikulu submitted a parliamentary question on Wednesday in which he asked why the Ak Saray, to where President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will move on Oct. 29 from the Çankaya presidential palace as his new presidential building in A...
22.10.2014
18:50 Fazil Say: I'm Unable To Present My Art In My Country
Turkish classical pianist-composer Fazil Say broke his silence on Tuesday over this week's news concerning his works being removed from a state-funded orchestra's repertoire for the new concert season, saying he's being rendered unable to present his art in his native land.An article posted Sunday o...
22.10.2014
18:48 Egypt Mulls Renewal Of Transport Deal With Turkey
Signed in March 2012 between the governments of both countries, the agreement is due to expire on April 29 of next year.
22.10.2014

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