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23:48 Turkey's Pm: No Power Can Divide Our Nation On Ethnic Grounds
New Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu also outlined the coming government’s program, highlighting the resolution of the Kurdish question.
01.09.2014
23:18
US Mideast Failures Prompt New Iran Sanctions: MP US Mideast Failures Prompt New Iran Sanctions: MP
A senior Iranian lawmaker says the US has tightened sanctions on Tehran over its nuclear energy program in a bid to compensate for its failures in the Middle East.
01.09.2014
22:18 New Israeli 'Aggression' Unlikely Soon: Hamas
Al Zahar said his movement would swap Israeli soldiers captured by it during Israel's offensive on the Gaza Strip for Palestinians detained in Israeli jails.
01.09.2014
20:48 Turkey's New Pm Unveils 62Nd Government Program
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu expresses Turkey's new foreign policy as 'peaceful and open to dialog'
01.09.2014
20:19 New Anti-Terror Powers Announced In Uk
Introduction of legislation announced to allow police power to seize passports of suspected fighters at the border travelling to Syria.
01.09.2014
19:48
Who Will Be Germany's Next National Team Captain? Who Will Be Germany's Next National Team Captain?
Manuel Neuer, Bastian Schweinsteiger or perhaps even Thomas Müller: who will be the next captain of Germany? Ahead of Joachim Löw's nomination of a national team captain on Tuesday, we analyze some of the favorites. Ahead of Germany's international friendly against Argentina, the German team is gath...
01.09.2014
19:48
British PM Cameron Announces New Anti-Terrorism Measures British PM Cameron Announces New Anti-Terrorism Measures
British Prime Minister David Cameron has outlined a new plan to tighten anti-terror measures in the UK. It includes giving police temporary power to seize passports of suspected Iraq and Syria-bound Islamist fighters. Addressing the House of Commons on Monday, Prime Minister Cameron announced measur...
01.09.2014
19:47
Opinion: The Problem To The Right Of The CDU Opinion: The Problem To The Right Of The CDU
Despite the Christian Democrats' clear victory in Saxony state elections, the CDU has a real problem. The conservatives now have competition on their right, and that's a problem, writes DW's Volker Wagener. The specter is back, hovering on the right. Almost ten percent of the Saxon electorate voted ...
01.09.2014
19:34 Turkey's Government Priorities: Strong Economy
The program of the Turkish Republic's 62nd government, formed by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu was read at the parliament Monday.
01.09.2014
18:48 Kurdish Question Tops Turkish Government's Agenda
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu highlighted the 'solution process' as one of the priorities of the new government.
01.09.2014
18:47
Russia, China Break Ground On Joint Mega Gas Pipeline Russia, China Break Ground On Joint Mega Gas Pipeline
Russian and Chinese leaders have celebrated the symbolic start to the construction of what they say will be the world's largest pipeline. The bilateral gas supply network is to start operating by 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli on Monday launched the const...
01.09.2014
18:18
Campaigning For A Child Marriage-Free Tanzania Campaigning For A Child Marriage-Free Tanzania
A new drive to end child marriage is underway in Tanzania. In a country where almost two out of five girls will be married before their 18th birthday, the "Child Marriage-Free Zone" campaign faces an uphill struggle. At the age of 16, Mahija Mwita was forced into marriage to a man 12 years older tha...
01.09.2014
17:19 Al-Thinni Tasked With Forming Libya Govt
Al Oriebi said the new prime minister designate would present his new cabinet lineup to parliament by the end of this week.
01.09.2014
17:17
Lesotho, Landlocked And Labile Lesotho, Landlocked And Labile
After an attempted coup, the small southern African kingdom of Lesotho remains without a leader. The country's divided government has headed to neighboring South Africa for emergency talks. Was it a coup d'etat? Or rather a failed attempt to overthrow the government of Lesotho? Two days after violen...
01.09.2014
17:06 Conflict Between Azerbaijan And Armenia Is Not Of Religious
Representatives of different religions and nationalities live in peace in Azerbaijan. The conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia is not of a religious nature, it is the result of an aggressive policy of Armenia, the chairman of the Azerbaijani State Committee for Work with Religious Organisations M...
01.09.2014
16:53 HDP's Buldan: General Staff Deserves To Know More About Settlement
Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) parliamentary group deputy chairwoman Pervin Buldan said on Monday that the General Staff is not informed about the settlement process due to the lack of a roadmap, adding, “Everyone will know more when a specific plan is put forward in the coming weeks.”Speaking to t...
01.09.2014
16:47
Anna Amalia Library Director Recalls Historic Blaze Anna Amalia Library Director Recalls Historic Blaze
It was a cultural catastrophe: 10 years ago, Weimar's Anna Amalia Library caught fire. Director Michael Knoche tells DW about rescuing books with his bare hands and why a valuable Copernicus work only recently turned up. Even 10 years after the blaze at the Anna Amalia Library in Weimar on September...
01.09.2014
16:08
Libya Parliament Asks Ex-Premier To Form Cabinet Libya Parliament Asks Ex-Premier To Form Cabinet
Libya's official news agency says the country's elected parliament has tasked the recently resigned prime minister with forming a new government.
01.09.2014
15:49 Anadolu Agency Announces The Istanbul Photo Awards
A new awards competition for news and sports photojournalists will be organized by Anadolu Agency, with entries accepted in November and December.
01.09.2014
15:47
Crisis In Pakistan Could Become Unmanageable Crisis In Pakistan Could Become Unmanageable
The ongoing political crisis in Pakistan is hurting the country's economy. The nuclear-armed nation's powerful army is concerned, and so is the West. A greater turmoil could become unmanageable for everyone. Not many people in Pakistan expected the anti-government protests to last this long: 19 days...
01.09.2014

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