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20:19 Israeli Prison Guards Permitted To Carry Arms: Ngo
A Palestinian NGO warned Thursday against new regulations that will allow Israeli prison guards to carry firearms during cell inspections.
23.10.2014
20:03 Turkish Mobile Operator Avea Gets A $400 Million Loan
Several banks came together to make the loan to Avea; the purpose of the funds was not specified.
23.10.2014
19:16
Deutsche Welle Launches Lagos Bureau Deutsche Welle Launches Lagos Bureau
Deutsche Welle is expanding its operations in Africa as it realigns itself in an increasingly tough global media market. The German international broadcaster opened a new bureau in Lagos, Nigeria on Wednesday. Deutsche Welle has dispatched two correspondents, Jan Philipp Scholz and Adrian Kriesch, t...
23.10.2014
18:33 Ghannouchi Eyes 'Unity Govt' After Tunisia Polls
Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of Tunisia's Islamist Ennahda movement, has said he was looking to form a national unity government following this weekend's parliamentary poll.
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18:27 Turkish Film Director Punched After Criticizing Deputy PM
A Turkish movie director was punched in the face following a ceremony in which he made remarks criticizing a deputy prime minister for not "tolerating" his short film. Director Suat Eroglu won first place in a short film contest on Wednesday organized by the Confederation of Real Trade Unions (Hak-I...
23.10.2014
18:27 Turkish State TV Illegally Broadcasts CL Game
The state-run Turkish Radio and Television Corporation (TRT) broadcast online part of a European Champions League (CL) game between Turkey's Galatasaray and Germany's Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday evening although it did not have the broadcasting rights for the game. TRT's sports portal trtspor.com...
23.10.2014
18:27 Deputy PM Arinç Says He Thought New Complex Would Be Used By Davutoglu
Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arinç said on Thursday he thought a newly built complex at the Atatürk Forestry Farm (AOÇ) would be used by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu but that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan prefers to use it instead. The construction of the complex is to be finished soon. It was fi...
23.10.2014
18:27 Denmark Releases 10 In PKK Funding Case
A Danish court has released 10 men who were charged with fundraising for the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).The Copenhagen City Court said on Wednesday that prosecutors had not proven that an estimated 130 million kroner ($22 million) transferred to Kurdish organizations was actually channe...
23.10.2014
18:26 CHP's Tanrikulu Accuses Gov't Of Rekindling Deep State
Main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) Deputy Chairman Sezgin Tanrikulu has said, referring to the growing number of suspicious murders, particularly in the country's Southeast, that the deep state in Turkey has been rekindled under the rule of the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) g...
23.10.2014
18:09 Russia To Introduce New Tariffs On Natural Gas For Turkey
Suffering from a wide range of economic sanctions imposed by Western countries, Russia is expected to introduce new tariffs on natural gas exports to Turkey through the Blue Stream pipeline in order to strengthen its economy, a development which may put an obstacle before the demand that Russia redu...
23.10.2014
18:09 Revenue Administration To Recruit Inspectors Without Exam, Says Daily
The Finance Ministry, which has carried out numerous controversial tax audits to impose heavy fines on companies whose owners are known for their critical stance against the government, has abolished the written exam obligation for the recruitment of new revenue specialists, a move which is perceive...
23.10.2014
18:08 Central Bank May Start To Feel The Pinch Again
The Central Bank of Turkey has decided to keep the benchmark interest rates unchanged in the latest meeting of its Monetary Policy Committee (PPK), held on Thursday, in line with the expectations of the markets. For me, keeping the rates unchanged means that the bank actually decided not to raise th...
23.10.2014
18:06 'Two Hearts As One': Two Stories, One Film
New period film “Birlesen Gönüller” (Two Hearts as One), one of the most expensive Turkish movies ever made, perhaps even surpassing the budget of Yilmaz Erdogan's “Kelebegin Rüyasi” (The Butterfly's Dream), hits cinemas nationwide on Friday.One thing is for sure about TV director Hasan Kiraç's debu...
23.10.2014
17:51 Prandelli Under Pressure After Dortmund Pounds Galatasaray
Borussia Dortmund, struggling against the odds in the domestic German Bundesliga, put on a virtuoso performance on Wednesday to wallop Galatasaray 4-0 in game three of the UEFA Champions League Group D at Türk Telekom Arena in Sisli. And this defeat will certainly increase the pressure on Galatasara...
23.10.2014
17:33 Driver In Jerusalem Attack Was Group Member: Hamas
The group did not, however, claim responsibility for the attack, which had prompted Israeli police to declare a state of high alert in most of the Old City on Wednesday.
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16:33 Loss Of Vote Could Push Myanmar Rohingyas To Violence
A report by International Crisis Group says Myanmar's Muslims are 'not ripe for radicalization' but could be pushed to violence if voting right is removed.
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16:18 Pakistan Accuses India Of Trying To Build New Bunkers
The Pakistan Foreign Office has accused India of attempting to build new bunkers along its eastern border in violation of bilateral agreements.
23.10.2014
15:55
Karabakh Conflict Resolution Depends On Presidents' Political Will – Minsk Group Co-Chair Karabakh Conflict Resolution Depends On Presidents' Political Will – Minsk Group Co-Chair
A resolution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict depends on the political will of the presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan, and not on treaties or alliances.
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15:23 France Expects No Positive Jobless Data On Feeble Growth: PM
France, where more than three million unemployed people are still struggling to find jobs, would not report an improvement in the job market due to poor growth, the country's Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Thursday. "When we have such feeble economy, we cannot, obviously, wait for good (unempl...
23.10.2014
15:11 Pakistan Accuses India Of Violating Ceasefire Agreement
Pakistan on Thursday accused India of "targeting the civilian population" on the Line of Control in the disputed Kashmir region and working boundary in " clear violation a 2003 ceasefire agreement." The two countries accuse each other of ceasefire violation as the recent escalations caused casualti...
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