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13:19 Victims Of Republic March For 2023
The convention in Ankara where Ahmet Davutoglu was elected Justice and Development Party (AK Party) chairman and nominated as prime minister was worth seeing. The AK Party delegates sent their leader to the presidential palace in a glorious ceremony; this was an emotional moment. It was not a conven...
30.08.2014
21:48 Syrian Chemical Weapons 94 Percent Destroyed
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has declared Syria's most dangerous chemical weapons totally destroyed.
28.08.2014
16:48 Turkey's President-Elect Extends Olive Branch To Opponents
'I extend my hand again on behalf of my party, government and the movement that I am the leader of,' says Erdogan.
27.08.2014
11:38 Davutoglu's Political Gamble
“I do not expect [Ahmet] Davutoglu to be subservient and approve of everything Erdogan says.”This is what Murat Belge, an esteemed liberal-leftist commentator and a prominent intellectual, told Today's Zaman on Monday.I am not that sure.Before the emergence of Davutoglu as a candidate I was asked ab...
27.08.2014
18:46
Berlin And Hamburg Launch Rival Bids For 2024 Olympics Berlin And Hamburg Launch Rival Bids For 2024 Olympics
Berlin and Hamburg will go head to head next month as both cities present their concepts for the 2024 summer Olympic Games. The German Olympic Sports Association will also decide whether to bid for the 2028 summer Games. Germany's two biggest cities will go head to head next month as both cities pre...
26.08.2014
10:27 Cappadocia Through Writers' Eyes
It probably doesn't take a lot of guessing to work out that I am the sort of person whose cave home is filled with books. Books on the shelves, books on the tables, books on the floor, books on the radiator (although the latter will have to be found new homes once the temperatures start dropping aga...
26.08.2014
10:16
Spaniard Set To Become Eurogroup Chief Spaniard Set To Become Eurogroup Chief
Luis de Guindos is Spain's economy minister. The 54-year-old is considered to be the architect behind the cleaning up of the country's banks. He is now expected to take over the top job of the Eurogroup. "I already have a job thank you very much. Actually I have two and I am actually liking the comb...
26.08.2014
07:46
Holocaust Survivor: No Killing In Gaza In My Name Holocaust Survivor: No Killing In Gaza In My Name
In an open letter published as an ad in the "New York Times," Holocaust survivors condemned Israel's Gaza offensive as "genocide." Edith Bell, born in 1923 in Hamburg, talks with DW about why she co-signed. DW: Why did you decide to sign a letter that openly condemns Israel and the US in the stronge...
26.08.2014
19:46
S&P 500 Stock Index Hits 2,000 Level For The First Time S&P 500 Stock Index Hits 2,000 Level For The First Time
The S&P 500 has hit a new milestone by breaking through the 2,000 mark. Financials were among the winners following encouraging comments from the European Central Bank and it US counterpart, the Federal Reserve. The benchmark S&P index - the broadest measure of US stocks - rose Monday to an intraday...
25.08.2014
04:17
Assad No Longer Main Threat In Syria Assad No Longer Main Threat In Syria
The "Islamic State" is waging war in Syria. But even though President Bashir al-Assad fights a dangerous battle against the IS, he can be safe in the knowledge that he is no longer public enemy number one in the West. Syria has been at war for over three years. Over 190,000 people have been killed, ...
23.08.2014
23:33 Chinese Jet Intercepted US Jet In International Waters
US says Chinese made a "dangerous" and "unacceptable" intercept of a US surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft in South China Sea.
22.08.2014
13:06 Impending Depression
I see ludicrous people who candidly pin their faith on the belief that the Turkish economy is sanctified with a charm of eternal immunity from crises as long as the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) members warm the Cabinet seats. Their belief is an unfounded fallacy, which will be proven in ...
22.08.2014
03:17
IS Is 'The Greatest Threat To Journalists' IS Is 'The Greatest Threat To Journalists'
Syria is the most dangerous country for journalists, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists. Middle East program coordinator Sherif Mansour estimates about 20 foreign reporters are being held hostage there. DW: How much do we know about the journalists who have been abducted in Syria? She...
21.08.2014
18:30 World Health Organization: Big Brother -- Version 2.0?
The recent outbreak of Ebola in West Africa is alarming in itself, unfortunately leading to the loss of innocent lives, too. Yet what may be even more worrisome and most definitely if seen from a long-term perspective is the fact that apparently only one international organization is in control of a...
16.08.2014
23:15
US Police: Going Military With Program 1033 US Police: Going Military With Program 1033
The shooting of Michael Brown has revived debates about race and policing in the US. Not just over the killing – but the response to the protests that followed, and what's being called the "militarization" of the police. The civil rights legend John Lewis expressed what many Americans were thinking....
15.08.2014
02:45
'It's A Problem Everywhere' 'It's A Problem Everywhere'
After the shooting of a black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, days of protests have followed. The president of the St. Louis branch of civil rights group NAACP tells DW that racial tensions require a national solution. DW: President Barack Obama has said in a TV address that it's time for healing an...
15.08.2014
21:46
Ribery Announces Retirement From French National Side Ribery Announces Retirement From French National Side
Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery has announced his retirement from international football. The French star, who missed the World Cup due to injury, said he wanted to focus on his family, and his career with Bayern. Ribery - having accrued 81 caps since his debut in 2006 - said the time was right f...
13.08.2014
17:08 Crony Capitalism In Turkey
One does not need to be an economics expert to understand that Turkey is increasingly moving away from a free market economy.By this I am not referring to sophisticated subjects like how independent the Central Bank is when it comes to monetary policies. Whenever Prime Minister Erdogan talks about t...
13.08.2014
12:34 Crony Capitalism In Turkey
One does not need to be an economics expert to understand that Turkey is increasingly moving away from a free market economy.By this I am not referring to sophisticated subjects like how independent the Central Bank is when it comes to monetary policies. Whenever Prime Minister Erdogan talks about t...
13.08.2014
12:46
Climate Change And Health - Joining The Dots Climate Change And Health - Joining The Dots
In an interview with Global Ideas ahead of the World Health Summit in Berlin, British epidemiologist Sir Andrew Haines makes the case for cutting greenhouse gas now, saying the health of future generations hinges on it. British epidemiologist Sir Andrew Haines headed the London School of Hygiene & T...
12.08.2014

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