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Assad 'Not Less Dangerous' Than ISIL, Turkish FM Claims Assad 'Not Less Dangerous' Than ISIL, Turkish FM Claims
Assad 'not less dangerous' than ISIL, Turkish FM claims.
02.10.2014
00:16 Assad 'Not Less Dangerous' Than Isil, Turkish Fm Claims
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu compares the Syrian regime to the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant.
02.10.2014
13:31 US Swimmer Phelps Apologizes For Drink-Driving
'I am deeply sorry to everyone I have let down,' says 29 year old after being arrested in Baltimore.
01.10.2014
11:15
Super-Adaptable Jellyfish Are The Real Rulers Of The Oceans Super-Adaptable Jellyfish Are The Real Rulers Of The Oceans
Most people think of jellyfish as dangerous, blubbery creatures that cause painful stings and are best to avoid. But they're also seriously adaptable, highly prolific and vastly underestimated. In autumn 2013, a silent invader nudged its way to the Swedish nuclear plant Oskarhamn. It wasn't an earth...
30.09.2014
19:47 Lebanon Handed 10 Refugees To Assad: Al-Nusra
The Qaeda linked Al Nusra Front on Monday claimed that Lebanon's General Security Agency had turned ten Syrian refugees over to the Syrian regime, warning that the alleged move could have dangerous consequences for the agency and its leaders.
29.09.2014
18:15
'Deadliest Year' For Migrants Crossing The Mediterranean: IOM 'Deadliest Year' For Migrants Crossing The Mediterranean: IOM
More than 3,000 people have died trying to cross the Mediterranean this year, according to the International Organization for Migration. A report has been released showing more than 40,000 migrant deaths since 2000. Europe is the most dangerous destination for migrants trying to enter illegally, the...
29.09.2014
02:15
Germany's Von Der Leyen Admits Major Bundeswehr Shortfalls Germany's Von Der Leyen Admits Major Bundeswehr Shortfalls
Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen has acknowledged major shortfalls in equipment for Germany's Bundeswehr military, especially in the air force. Currently, Germany could not deliver on its defensive NATO promises. Germany could not currently fulfill its NATO commitments in the event of an attack...
28.09.2014
14:52 'When I Am An Old Woman I Shall Wear Purple'
None of us can escape the process of aging. It does not matter where you are in the world, growing old is one of the hardest things to do in life. Some manage to do it gracefully; others fight it. Even in Turkish culture, where it is normal for the family to look after the weak and elderly, it bring...
26.09.2014
10:35 Turkey Should Cut A Deal With The Kurds Now
In these chaotic times, Turkey is in need of creative and unorthodox solutions to the enormous problems it faces as a result of the ongoing onslaughts by the so-called “Islamic State” (IS) in neighboring Syria and Iraq. One is the massive influx of Syrian Kurds trying to escape from the jihadi horro...
24.09.2014
17:47
UN: Ban Calls On Leaders To Set 'New Course' On Climate UN: Ban Calls On Leaders To Set 'New Course' On Climate
The UN secretary-general has urged the international community to step up its efforts to combat climate change at a major summit in New York. Leaders from 120 countries are attending the meeting. Ban Ki-moon opened the UN Climate Summit on Tuesday with a plea for world leaders to set the planet on a...
23.09.2014
16:06
40 Life Prisoners Go On Termless Hunger Strike In Armenia 40 Life Prisoners Go On Termless Hunger Strike In Armenia
Around 40 life prisoners went on hunger strike in Armenia, chairperson of "Armenian Program of Innocence" Zaruhi Mejlumyan told the Armenian agency Tert.am.
22.09.2014
15:16
Alibaba: Bread-And-Butter Business Follows Dream Start Alibaba: Bread-And-Butter Business Follows Dream Start
Chinese online giant Alibaba has gotten off to a sensational start on Wall Street. That's good for the stock exchange and global shares trading. But now, the retailer has to prove its mettle in its everyday operations. Brokers and Chinese business people filled the floor of the New York Stock Exchan...
22.09.2014
16:17
Guardiola: Guardiola: "Hamburg Will Be Dangerous"
As Hamburg stumble from one crisis to the other, it's up to their new, 44-year-old rookie trainer to inspire the basement boys. The problem, however, is that they face champions Bayern Munich. Hamburg have turned over a new page. New coach Josef Zinnbauer - the club's ninth coach in four years - tak...
20.09.2014
13:13 Davutoglu, Diyanet, Kemalo-Islamism, Brainwashing
When Ahmet Davutoglu was appointed as prime minister by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, pro-government media boasted that Davutoglu did not assign Diyanet (the Directorate of the Religious Affairs [DIB]) to another minister but directly to himself since he wants to use Diyanet as a soft-power instru...
20.09.2014
18:17 France's Sarkozy Announces Return To Politics Via Facebook
'I am a candidate for the presidency of my political family,' said Nicolas Sarkozy.
19.09.2014
16:16
Scotland Vote Will Change The British State Scotland Vote Will Change The British State
The Scots did not vote for their independence, but they have shaken the foundations of the British state as a whole. Prime Minister Cameron has announced a comprehensive reform of the kingdom. Many Scots appeared sleepy at work, university, or school on Friday. Either they'd been fretting all night ...
19.09.2014
12:07 'Davutoglu Should End Compulsory Classes On Religion'
The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) ruled on Tuesday that Turkey should immediately end compulsory classes on religion at schools. The ruling came after 14 Alevi families living in Ankara took the issue to the top court in 2011, on the grounds that only Sunni Islam is taught in schools. Accor...
19.09.2014
00:17 Polls Close In Scottish Referendum
From 2 am Friday, local authorities will start to present their results, the final result later in the morning.
19.09.2014
11:20 Iranian Foreign Minister: Impossible To Defeat IS Using Airstrikes Only
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif speaking at the Council for Foreign Relations in New York said that the Islamic State military group is a "dangerous phenomenon" and cannot be defeated by airstrikes only, as US President Barack Obama proposed earlier.Zarif also expressed his regret that he ha...
18.09.2014
18:57 Late Comeback Earns Lions Point From Anderlecht In CL
It takes a team to play a football game, but defender Aurelien Chedjou was a key figure in Galatasaray's coming back to snatch one point in its UEFA Champions League match against RSC Anderlecht on Tuesday evening. In the second minute of added time, the Cameroon defender received a pass from Bruma...
17.09.2014

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