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Winston Churchill Painting Sets New Record Winston Churchill Painting Sets New Record
A painting by British statesman Winston Churchill has fetched $2.8 million at auction - a record for his work. The painting was sold amongst other personal artifacts from the celebrated wartime leader. He may be best remembered as the UK's stirring wartime patriot, but Winston Churchill had a somewh...
18.12.2014
12:18
New York To Ban Fracking Due To Health Risks New York To Ban Fracking Due To Health Risks
New York state governor Andrew Cuomo has said an existing ban on hydraulic fracturing will be extended after a review found unresolved health risks and unclear economic benefits of the widely-used drilling technique. Governor Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday he would defer a decision to extend New York's...
18.12.2014
17:14
Overlooked Russian Bauhaus In Limelight In Berlin Overlooked Russian Bauhaus In Limelight In Berlin
Russia's art and architecture school of the 1920s has long been overshadowed by its famous German counterpart, Bauhaus. A new exhibition in Berlin's Martin-Gropius-Bau brings overdue recognition. In the 1920s, all of Europe was fascinated with Walter Gropius' art school, known as Bauhaus. Its revolu...
17.12.2014
16:42 - European Parliament Approves Eu 2015 Budget
Budget widely criticized, as only €21 billion ($26.1 billion) comes from EU funds.
17.12.2014
14:12 European Parliament Approves Eu 2015 Budget
Budget widely criticized, as only €21 billion ($26.1 billion) comes from EU funds.
17.12.2014
18:06 Politicians Continue To Criticize Gov't Over Police Raid On Media Outlets
Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli stated in a press release on Tuesday that those behind an operation that led to the detention of several media executives and journalists on Dec. 14, widely considered to be an act of retaliation for coverage of the graft probes that went public...
16.12.2014
16:11
German Investor Confidence Spikes To Seven-Month High German Investor Confidence Spikes To Seven-Month High
A widely-watched index is showing a sharp increase in German investor confidence, amid plunging oil prices and a weaker euro. But analysts are skeptical of a 'spectacular' recovery on the horizon. Investor sentiment in Germany rose sharply this month, spiking 23.4 points to 34.9 in December, accordi...
16.12.2014
15:53
Infrastructure Of European Games In Baku To Be Based On Infrastructure Of European Games In Baku To Be Based On "Cloud" Technologies
European Games, which will be held in Baku in 2015, will become the first sport competitions, where "cloud" technology will be widely used.
16.12.2014
18:20 Raids On Media Draw Harsh Criticism From Business Groups
Sunday's raids on Turkey's largest daily, Zaman, and the private Samanyolu TV channel have prompted outrage among the country's prominent business groups, which have shared concerns over media freedom and doubts of whether the operations aim to cover up major graft and probe allegations ahead of the...
15.12.2014
16:42 Scholars Ask Interpol To Remove Qaradawi From 'Wanted List'
A group of Muslim scholars, academics and intellectuals on Monday called on the international police organization, widely known as Interpol, to remove the name of prominent Muslim cleric Sheikh Youssef al Qaradawi from its list of wanted persons.
15.12.2014
15:40
HRW: Lao Government's Investigation In Sombath Case 'Is A Sham' HRW: Lao Government's Investigation In Sombath Case 'Is A Sham'
Two years ago, prominent activist Sombath Somphone vanished from the streets of the Lao capital Vientiane. Although the government could give answers, they remain silent to this day, HRW's Phil Robertson tells DW. On the evening of December 15, 2012, civil society leader Sombath disappeared without ...
15.12.2014
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Hockey: Germany Win 10Th Champions Trophy Hockey: Germany Win 10Th Champions Trophy
A controlling performance from Germany pleased the locals and secured their first Champions Trophy since 2007. Pakistan took silver, while Australia picked up the bronze medal. Olympic champions Germany added a 10th Champions Trophy to their list of honors after a 2-0 over Pakistan. It's the first t...
14.12.2014
10:34 Zaman Journalists Defy Threat Of Arrest With Heads Held High
MAHIR ZEYNALOV / WASHINGTONScattered across a newsroom producing Turkey's largest-circulating newspaper, the Zaman daily, journalists from the Feza Media Group remain confident while waiting for police officers to come and handcuff them.One says that being behind bars is no different from living und...
13.12.2014
14:11
Vienna Philharmonic Honored Vienna Philharmonic Honored
The Herbert von Karajan Music Prize will be presented to the orchestra at a concert gala in Baden-Baden on December 12. The cash award is earmarked for educating and promoting young talent. The program at the gala in Baden-Baden's Festspielhaus includes Joseph Haydn's "Surprise" Symphony and Richard...
12.12.2014
11:34 Toilets To Wash What?
There is news in the media, "TL 10,000 toilet seats have been installed in the Ak Saray." Tezcan Karakus Candan, chairwoman of the Ankara office of the Turkish Chamber of Architects, shared the pricing information with the public last Wednesday. Candan said: “The price depends on the rank of the int...
12.12.2014
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Azerbaijani President Pays Tribute To National Leader Heydar Aliyev Azerbaijani President Pays Tribute To National Leader Heydar Aliyev
President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has today arrived at the Alley of Honors, and visited the grave of the national leader Heydar Aliyev.
12.12.2014
16:41 Sri Lankan Election - 'The Tighter The Race, The More Violent It Threatens To Be'
With President Mahinda Rajapaksa's popularity fading, many expect Sri Lanka's presidential election to be a tight race. But with the increased competition comes a great risk of violence, as analyst Alan Keenan tells DW. Nearly two years ahead of schedule, Sri Lanka will go to the polls on January 8,...
11.12.2014
12:13 Vp's Sacking Hurts Zimbabwe's Ruling Zanu-Pf: Experts
Many believe Mugabe's wife Grace, widely seen as a possible successor, was behind the move.
11.12.2014
11:13
Kailash Satyarthi - A Crusader Against Child Labor Kailash Satyarthi - A Crusader Against Child Labor
Children rights activist Kailash Satyarthi is one of the winners of this year's Nobel Peace Prize. He continues to fight against the still widely prevalent child labor in his country. DW takes a look at his life journey. It's a great honor and recognition for the voices of hundreds of millions of ch...
10.12.2014
14:46 Prince William Attends Corruption Hunters Alliance Meeting
Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, was at the World Bank in Washington to speak to more than 300 corruption experts, also known as corruption hunters, from more than 120 countries. "At it's heart all corruption is an abuse of power. The pursuit of money or influence at the expense of society as ...
09.12.2014

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