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22:44 Nigeria President Urges Regional Cooperation Against Terrorism
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has called for better regional cooperation to fight terrorism, especially the Boko Haram insurgency in the West African sub region.
24.11.2014
22:14 Russian President Putin To Visit Turkey
Russian President Vladimir Putin will arrive in Turkey on December 1 to attend the 'Turkish Russian High Level Cooperation Council' meeting.
24.11.2014
21:23
Rouhani: Iran Will Not Bow To Pressure, Sanctions Rouhani: Iran Will Not Bow To Pressure, Sanctions
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says the Iranian nation will never bow to sanctions and pressures and will keep its nuclear facilities under any agreement, PRESS TV reported.
24.11.2014
20:44 Bolivia Calls For Talks As Peru Re-Routes Railroad
Bolivia's President Evo Morales pushes overdue meeting as Peru cuts Bolivia from Atlantic Pacific rail route.
24.11.2014
20:14 Un Official Hails Cooperation In Catering For S. Sudan Refugees
By Abdu Abdulkerim and Addis Getachew.
24.11.2014
20:02 Cihan News Agency Diary
Cihan News Agency DiaryGMT 18:00Cihan News Agency latest on Monday November 24 2014Here are the main Video News items Cihan News Agency aims to cover todayTOP NEWSEXPECTEDDELIVEREDLATIN AMERICA MUSLIMS/ERDOGAN: Those who spoke on behalf of Latin American Muslims at a recent summit in Istanbul are no...
24.11.2014
19:47 Latin America's Muslims Say Represented By 'Wrong' People At Religious Summit
Those who spoke on behalf of Latin American Muslims at a recent summit in Istanbul are not the right people to represent the Muslims of the region, some Latin American Muslims have said.Jamal Saker, the president of the Islamic Association of Panama, told Today's Zaman that the speaker billed as the...
24.11.2014
18:54
Heads Of Regional Departments Of Anti-Corruption Agency Appointed In Kazakhstan Heads Of Regional Departments Of Anti-Corruption Agency Appointed In Kazakhstan
The new heads of the regional departments of the Kazakh Agency for Civil Service Affairs and Anti-Corruption were appointed during the meeting of the commission on personnel policy in law enforcement agencies under the president of Kazakhstan, the agency said Nov. 24.
24.11.2014
18:15
Flexibility Helps 'Elbtainer' Survive In Tight Container Market Flexibility Helps 'Elbtainer' Survive In Tight Container Market
Western sanctions against Russia have hit the 'Elbtainer' company of Andreas Atrott hard. But his startup has bounced back with a wide spanning shipping network, making his container business stronger than ever. Within just eleven months after Elbtainer Trading was founded in 2013, the company had r...
24.11.2014
18:13
Slow Progress In The Fight Against The LRA Slow Progress In The Fight Against The LRA
The Lord's Resistance Army has been escalating its abductions in Central Africa, a new UN report says. Although AU-led military operations appear to be weakening the group, the countries involved have other priorities. Nesipiyo Tashana was 16 years old when rebels from the Lord's Resistance Army (LR...
24.11.2014
17:57 Ukraine, Lithuania Agree To Enhance Military Cooperation
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko met with his Lithuanian counterpart, Dalia Grybauskaite, here on Monday, with both sides pledging to expand their cooperation in the military sector. "We have agreed on cooperation in the military-technical sphere, including shipments of specific elements of arm...
24.11.2014
17:57 Algeria Seriously Prepares For Constitution Revision: President
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika said on Monday that his country is taking serious steps to revise its constitution, the Algerian Press Service (APS) reported. "Algeria is seriously preparing for the revision of its constitution on the basis of the results of the ongoing broad consultations,
24.11.2014
17:57 Iran, Powers Extend Nuclear Talks To July 1
Iran and the world powers agreed on Monday to extend the deadline of nuclear talks to July 1 next year in an attempt to secure a comprehensive deal over Tehran's controversial nuclear program, the official IRNA news agency reported, quoting a member of the Iranian nuclear negotiating team. Based on...
24.11.2014
17:57 Erdogan: Gender Equality Against Nature
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday took issue with gender equality, saying that women and men cannot be equal because they have different “natures and bodies.”“You cannot bring women and men into an equal position; this is against nature,” Erdogan said while addressing a meeting of an ...
24.11.2014
17:56 CHP Demands Parliamentary Investigation Into Ak Saray
The main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) has asked for a research commission to be formed in order to investigate claims of damage to the state budget resulting from the construction of a newly built controversial presidential palace dubbed the “Ak Saray."CHP Deputy Chairman Sezgin Tanrik...
24.11.2014
17:53 Biden Visit Highlights Anti-US Views In Turkey
While the main focus of US Vice President Joe Biden's visit to Turkey on Nov. 22 was the ongoing Syrian civil war and Turkey-US cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), the trip also cast light on anti-American sentiment within Turkey, as a group of protester...
24.11.2014
17:52 US, Turkey Still Don't Agree On Expanded Access To Incirlik
Following US Vice President Joe Biden's visit to Turkey, a senior US administration official has said that Turkey and the US are continuing discussions of the US-led coalition forces' use of Turkish facilities for their aircraft and other assets. Biden left Turkey on Sunday, after meeting with Presi...
24.11.2014
17:51 Erdogan Reiterates Refusal To Accept Egypt's Sisi As Legitimate
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday that he will not accept Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi as legitimate, and lambasted the countries that recognized his legitimacy. Erdogan said he turned down the offers of some countries' leaders who suggested the Turkish president reconcile wit...
24.11.2014
17:47 Constitutional Court Discusses Omnibus Law Limiting Publication Of Risale-I Nur
The Constitutional Court discussed a new omnibus law that prevents the publication of the “Risale-i Nur” collection written by prominent Islamic scholar Bediüzzaman Said Nursi on Monday following an application for the nullification of the law by the Republican People's Party (CHP) on Nov. 12.The om...
24.11.2014
17:24
Armenian President Signs Law On Changes In Government Structure Armenian President Signs Law On Changes In Government Structure
Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan signed a law on amendments and additions to the law on the structure of the Armenian government, Armenianreport reported referring to the president’s press-service.
24.11.2014

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