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21:47 Israeli Pm Evades Calls For Lifting Gaza Siege: Hamas
Palestinian resistance faction Hamas has accused Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of evading calls for lifting a years long blockade on the Gaza Strip.
22.09.2014
11:05 Saakashvili Applies For US Work Visa
Former Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili, who has recently been living in New York, applied for the U.S. work visa, ITAR-TASS reported.Saakashvili spoke to NY Times in an interview, where he said he's living a "normal life" - goes to cafes, restaurants, bars and cinemas, visits theater and like...
22.09.2014
09:50 Liftoff Of Spacex-4
The SpaceX-4 Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station carrying a Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station. Liftoff was at 1:52 a.m. EDT.SHOT LIST Monday, September 22, 2014 SOURCE CIHAN -The SpaceX-4 Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Space L...
22.09.2014
08:47
Saakashvili Applies For US Work Visa Saakashvili Applies For US Work Visa
Former Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili, who has recently been living in New York, applied for the U.S. work visa.
22.09.2014
11:47
When Technology Takes Over Your Life, Turn Your Machine Into The Message When Technology Takes Over Your Life, Turn Your Machine Into The Message
If you worry that digital devices control your life, art may have an answer. Device Art, a melange of cool design and concept art, featured at this year's Ars Electronica digital art festival in Linz. Novmichi Tosa sits on a stage which is decorated to resemble a Japanese Tea Room. He's playing the ...
19.09.2014
00:02 UEFA Lifts Ban On Int. Football Matches In Israel
The ban was imposed in July during the recent Israeli military operation in Gaza.
19.09.2014
15:46
Nations Vote Against Japanese Whaling, Agree To Tighten Scrutiny Nations Vote Against Japanese Whaling, Agree To Tighten Scrutiny
Countries at an international whaling conference have voted against Japan's plans to resume scientific whaling, and increase their scrutiny of the controversial practice. Japan plans to go ahead despite the backlash. Nations meeting on the closing day of the International Whaling Commission's (IWC) ...
18.09.2014
11:05 Japan To Announce New Sanctions Against Russia: Reports
Japan's government is going to announce additional sanctions against Russia over Ukraine on September 19, Kyodo news agency reported referring to the diplomatic Japanese sources.Japan's Yomiuri online revealed some details with regards to the new restrictive measures and said the blacklist of Russia...
18.09.2014
10:32 Diversified Lng, Gas Price Index To Aid Japan: Experts
Deal agreed between TEPCO and BP will help Japan work towards lowering price of fuel, experts say.
18.09.2014
06:17
Japan To Announce More Sanctions Against Russia Japan To Announce More Sanctions Against Russia
Japan’s government plans to announce on Friday (September 19) more sanctions, including in the financial and energy sectors, against Russia over the Ukrainian crisis, Yomiuri said on Thursday.
18.09.2014
22:05
Turkey Hints At Pursuing Quicker EU Visa-Waiver Turkey Hints At Pursuing Quicker EU Visa-Waiver
Turkey has hinted that it will try to speed up the EU visa-waiver for Turkish nationals that is not currently scheduled to come into force until at least 2016.
17.09.2014
21:18 Turkey Hints At Pursuing Quicker Eu Visa-Waiver
EU Minister Volkan Bozkir says Turkey will pursue the visa waiver 'as soon as possible'
17.09.2014
10:16
Sony Warns Of Dire Annual Loss Sony Warns Of Dire Annual Loss
Sony has issued its fourth profit warning in the last ten months. It blames a one-off charge to its mobile phone division for a fourfold increase over the last warning. On Wednesday Japan's third largest electronics company Sony stunned markets when it warned that losses this year would be four time...
17.09.2014
17:19
German Court Lifts Temporary Injunction Against Car Service Uber German Court Lifts Temporary Injunction Against Car Service Uber
The temporary injunction against online taxi service Uber operating in Germany has been lifted by a court in Frankfurt. Taxi drivers brought legal action against the US company, saying it created unfair competition. The Frankfurt Regional Court on Tuesday ruled that the San Francisco-based startup m...
16.09.2014
12:46
ADB: Human Capital And Infrastructure Key To Myanmar's Growth ADB: Human Capital And Infrastructure Key To Myanmar's Growth
Myanmar's economic growth could push per capita income to nearly 5,000 USD by 2030 if more is invested in human capital and infrastructure, a new report finds. But there are major constraints, as Cyn-Young Park tells DW. When Myanmar, earlier known as Burma, began to emerge from military dictatorshi...
16.09.2014
11:18 Experts Split On Lifting US Oil Export Ban
International oil price volatility and congressional elections in November restrain calls for lifting of 40 year ban.
15.09.2014
23:48 Japan Researchers Use Stem Cells In Bid To Restore Eyesight
Researchers conducted the first surgery to transplant induced pluripotent stem cells to regenerate retina cells in a senior citizen.
12.09.2014
15:19
New Index Ranks Asia's Most Efficient Innovators New Index Ranks Asia's Most Efficient Innovators
Japan is the most efficient among Asian nations in transforming creativity into economically viable innovations, according to a new index. Analyst Shanti Jagannathan talks about how the index can also serve policymakers. A new Creative Productivity Index (CPI) developed by the Asian Development Bank...
12.09.2014
22:49
Germany Planning To Ban Islamic State Germany Planning To Ban Islamic State
The German interior ministry is planning to ban the terrorist organization Islamic State, according to media reports. However, there are still some hurdles before the ban takes effect. Once the ban is implemented, persons displaying symbols such as red flags with the words "Islamic State" could be p...
11.09.2014
19:21 Report Says Myanmar Has Lifted Curfew In Arakan State
Curfew imposed after clashes between Buddhists and minority Muslims killed at least 192 people in 2012.
11.09.2014

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