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Refugee Council Calls On Canberra To Release 'All Children From Detention' Refugee Council Calls On Canberra To Release 'All Children From Detention'
The Australian government has defended its continued detention of asylum seeker children in camps, a policy which Refugee Council CEO Paul Power says in a DW interview 'unquestionably' breaches children's rights. Australia's Immigration Minister Scott Morrison defended his government's tough policy ...
22.08.2014
13:19 Hamas To Fight On Despite Israel's 'Holocaust' In Gaza, Meshaal Tells Aa
Hamas political chief Khaled Meshaal has vowed to continue fighting Israel until the self proclaimed Jewish state meets Palestinian conditions for a permanent ceasefire, especially the lifting of a seven year long blockade on the Gaza Strip.
21.08.2014
12:17
Single Market 'May Aggravate Inequalities' In ASEAN Single Market 'May Aggravate Inequalities' In ASEAN
Plans by Southeast Asian countries to set up a single market next year are likely to boost the economy and job market, but could also worsen inequality and benefit men more than women, as analyst Sukti Dasgupta tells DW. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is aiming to create a single...
21.08.2014
09:17
Russia Extends Probe Into Mcdonald's Restaurants Russia Extends Probe Into Mcdonald's Restaurants
A Russian consumer safety watchdog has said it's widening its current probe into McDonald's restaurants across the country. It spoke about concerns that the US company might have violated sanitary requirements. Russian food safety watchdog Rospotrebnadzor said Thursday it was conducting unscheduled ...
21.08.2014
15:37 Nat Nakasa's Remains Returned After 50 Years
South Africa’s renowned Anti-Apartheid Journalist Nat Nakasa remains returned from US to South Africa. He was awarded a fellowship to study at Harvard University and in 1964 he took his life, due to many problems such as home sickness and visa problems.In 1963 he founded The Classic, the first black...
20.08.2014
19:48 Houthis Stage Anti-Govt Rallies In Sanaa For 2Nd Day
Supporters of Yemen's Shia Houthi group staged demonstrations in capital Sanaa for the second consecutive day on Tuesday to demand the dismissal of the government following a decision to lift petrol subsidies.
19.08.2014
17:17
Germany Proposes Tougher Cybersecurity Law Germany Proposes Tougher Cybersecurity Law
Germany's interior minister has proposed legislation to shore up businesses' cybersecurity infrastructure. The new law would require companies in critical sectors to register any hacker attack. German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere submitted draft legislation Tuesday that would impose more str...
19.08.2014
15:22
Japan Resumes Rice Exports From Fukushima Japan Resumes Rice Exports From Fukushima
Rice harvested near Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant will hit Singapore supermarkets as early as this Friday. The exports will resume after a nearly two-year suspension. Japan will begin exporting rice grown in Fukushima for the first time since foreign sales were interrupted over fears of radioactiv...
19.08.2014
15:04 Houthis March On Yemen's Sanaa For Anti-Govt Sit-In
The move comes ahead of a Friday deadline given by group's leader to President Hadi to sack the government and cancel subsidy lift on fuel.
19.08.2014
13:04 Turkey To Send Floating Power Ship To Palestine
Yildiz calls for lifting of Israeli blockade so power can be delivered to Palestinians.
19.08.2014
10:53
U.S. Department Of State Addresses Problems Encountered In Visa Issuing U.S. Department Of State Addresses Problems Encountered In Visa Issuing
The U.S. Department of State has addressed the problems encountered in the visa issuing process,
19.08.2014
21:33 Iran: No Nuclear Deal Before Sanctions Lifted
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has called for the P5+1 group to lift sanctions on Iran.
18.08.2014
17:48
Fraught With Controversy - Japan's Yasukuni Shrine Fraught With Controversy - Japan's Yasukuni Shrine
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's decision not to visit the shrine, which honors Japan's war dead, including convicted war criminals, is 'a step in the right direction,' for foreign relations, analyst Shihoko Goto tells DW. Located in central Tokyo, the shrine honors 2.5 million people who died in wars in...
18.08.2014
16:09
Iranian FM Calls On P5+1 To Lift UNSC Sanctions Against Iran Iranian FM Calls On P5+1 To Lift UNSC Sanctions Against Iran
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called on the six world powers (the US, Russia, France, China, Britain plus Germany) to fulfill their undertakings and annul the UN Security Council sanctions against Iran.
18.08.2014
15:02 No Security For Israel Unless Gaza Siege Lifted: Hamas
Gaza, home to some 1.8 million Palestinians, has reeled under a crippling Israeli blockade since 2007.
17.08.2014
12:32 Anadolu Agency To Participate Visa Pour L'image 2014
The Anadolu Agency to participate for the first time in the international photojournalism festival.
17.08.2014
22:47 Hamas Calls On Israel To Lift Gaza Blockade
The Gaza Strip has been reeling under the Israeli blockade since 3006.
16.08.2014
09:17 The Push For 'Womenomics' In Japan
Main plank of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's economic reform program is the empowering of women or 'womenomics'
16.08.2014
13:41 Turkey Asks US To Lift Kurdish Oil Blockade
Turkey has requested that the United States remove barriers regarding the purchase of oil coming from Iraqi Kurdistan, according to a report in the Financial Times on Thursday.“This is urgent: ISIS is now selling its oil, but the Kurds are not allowed to sell their oil,” an unnamed Turkish official ...
15.08.2014
18:24 Turkey Asks US To Lift Kurdish Oil Blockade
Turkey has requested that the United States remove barriers regarding the purchase of oil coming from Iraqi Kurdistan, according to a report in the Financial Times on Thursday. “This is urgent: ISIS is now selling its oil, but the Kurds are not allowed to sell their oil,” an unnamed Turkish official...
14.08.2014

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