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17:33 Update - Suspicious Envelope Scare In Ankara
Suspicious envelope found at Norwegian Embassy turns out to be not dangerous, newspapers found inside.
30.10.2014
15:18
Jerusalem Attacker Was Member Of Hamas Jerusalem Attacker Was Member Of Hamas
Temple Mount in Jerusalem was closed after the shooting of a prominent right-wing rabbi and after the suspected Palestinian attacker was tracked down and shot dead by Israeli police. Temple Mount in Jerusalem was declared closed on Thursday morning after a Palestinian man suspected of being behind W...
30.10.2014
14:19 Palestinian Presidency Slams Israeli Provocations
Palestinian presidency spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeinah on Monday described as "dangerous" and "unacceptable" recent Israeli violations against Palestinian holy sites and a recently disclosed plan by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to build 1,060 new Jewish only settlements in occupied East.
27.10.2014
13:52 Iniesta Sidelined For Three Weeks For Calf Injury
FC Barcelona's 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid in the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Saturday night continues to exact a heavy toll on the Catalan club with the news that midfielder, Andres Iniesta will be out of action for between three and four weeks. The Spain international limped out of the game in the...
27.10.2014
07:12
Bild Am Sonntag: ISIL Can Hit Passenger Planes Bild Am Sonntag: ISIL Can Hit Passenger Planes
Bild am Sonntag: ISIL can hit passenger planes.
27.10.2014
17:34 Bild Am Sonntag: Isil Can Hit Passenger Planes
ISIL have military capacity to hit passenger planes, a German newspaper has claimed.
26.10.2014
11:46
Tunisia Is Expected To Reshuffle Political Cards In Historical Election Tunisia Is Expected To Reshuffle Political Cards In Historical Election
Tunisians are set to go to polls on Sunday to elect a new parliament for the first time since the 2011 revolution. But many citizens don't know who they will vote for - if at all. The rain clouds are hanging low in the sky over Douz, a small town in southwestern Tunisia. Douz is often called "the ga...
25.10.2014
15:46
Fears For President's Health As Zambia Marks 50 Years Of Independence Fears For President's Health As Zambia Marks 50 Years Of Independence
Zambia may be politically stable in conflict-ridden region, but its human rights record gives cause for concern and most of the population live in poverty. Half a century has elapsed since Zambia, formerly the British protectorate of Northern Rhodesia, gained its independence. The event is being cel...
24.10.2014
12:00 Global Corruption And Crossing Boundaries (2)
All of us are aware of the problem of scams and corruption. The problem has grown rapidly in recent years. In my previous article “Global corruption and crossing boundaries (1)” (Oct. 23, 2014), I referred to the Kroll Fraud Report. Many respondents in this international survey of executives mask th...
24.10.2014
11:55 Caricature Of Justice And The EU
I have just read that the EU Commission said they had taken note of the closing of the corruption case in Turkey. I am sure that they took note of more than just this outrageous legal scandal of covering up corruption and graft, but they cannot say more. I am sure they are aware of the fact that Tur...
24.10.2014
00:18 Egypt Fm Says Arab Region Faces 'Dangerous' Conditions
Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukri said on Thursday that both his country and Algeria faced challenges because of the current "dangerous" conditions in the Arab region.
24.10.2014
18:17
Searching For Germany's Identity On A Bike Searching For Germany's Identity On A Bike
What makes Germans tick? That's what Anna Magdalena Bössen wants to find out. She is biking through Germany to get to know the country better. Along the way, she recites German poetry in exchange for a place to stay. DW: Miss Bössen, you just returned home from a special journey. For the last three ...
22.10.2014
09:21 Sweden Hasn't Asked US To Help Find Submarine: Pentagon
Sweden has not asked the United States for assistance in finding an alleged submarine in the Stockholm archipelago, Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Adm. John Kirby said.“I am not aware of any outreach by the Swedish government for assistance and let me take that for the record nothing has certainly be...
22.10.2014
19:17
#NSFW: Grindr Art In Berlin Stokes Debate About Public Sex Chat And Privacy #NSFW: Grindr Art In Berlin Stokes Debate About Public Sex Chat And Privacy
Dutch artist Dries Verhoeven broadcast sex chat partners' messages to start a conversation about identify online. But his users feel exploited. One has even threatened legal action. An art project in Berlin based on the gay chat app @Grindr has set off a debate over the online privacy of geo-locatio...
21.10.2014
18:08 Defense Minister Yilmaz Says He Is Informed About Kobani Decision
Turkish Defense Minister Ismet Yilmaz has dismissed claims that the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) has not been informed about the Turkish government's decision to assist peshmerga to cross into Kobani to fight against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). “I am the minister in charge of the ...
21.10.2014
17:23 100Th Year Of Turkish Cinema To Be Marked In Athens With Film Week
The centenary year of Turkish cinema will be celebrated in Greece this month with a selection of both classical and contemporary Turkish films being screened in Athens as part of a Turkish film week.Director, screenwriter and author Tayfun Pirselimoglu's doppelganger drama “Ben O Degilim,” (I Am Not...
21.10.2014
17:22 Construction Inspections Increase, Sector Remains Dangerous
Although on-site construction inspections have increased following a disaster that resulted in the deaths of 10 workers on the site of a residential tower in Istanbul last month, the sector remains a dangerous one to work in, said job safety expert Abdullah Bozkir, speaking to the Cihan news agency ...
21.10.2014
13:47
Australia's Dangerous Tourist Attraction Australia's Dangerous Tourist Attraction
Every year, tourists flock to Darwin in the Northern Territory to see crocodiles in the wild. But, a number of fatal attacks have stirred debate about the best way to minimize risk and protect both humans and reptiles. It's a hot, sunny day in Darwin in Australia's Top End – perfect for a cruise dow...
21.10.2014
20:17
Why Are We So Afraid Of Ebola? Why Are We So Afraid Of Ebola?
Outside of West Africa, the risk of an Ebola infection is low, but the fear of catching this disease is pronounced. Why is that? You don't actually have to answer these questions: What is 16 times 37? And what is two times two? Presumably, you simply passed over the first question, and without fail,...
20.10.2014
18:16 Eagles Soar To Top After Comeback Win Over Sivas
Besiktas came out on top of a back and forth second half in their week 6 match against Sivasspor to win 3-2 and reclaim leadership of the Spor Toto Super League in Ankara on Sunday. The Black Eagles are homeless while their stadium is being rebuilt and the pitch at their second home is being redone...
20.10.2014

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