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Iran Planning Gas Exports To Persian Gulf Iran Planning Gas Exports To Persian Gulf
As Iran is discussing with the P5+1 over a final nuclear deal that would lead to the lifting of sanctions against the country, officials are already talking about scenarios for post-sanction economic activities.
31.01.2015
10:04 Hostage Crisis An Excuse For Japan To Remilitarize?
Will Middle East hostage crisis fuel Japan's desire to expand its military role?
31.01.2015
09:44 Is US Playing "Good-Cop-Bad-Cop" With Iran?
Amid ongoing nuclear negotiations between Iran and world powers, the US Senate Banking Committee voted 18-4 Jan.29 to advance a bill, produced by senators Mark Kirk and Robert Menendez that would toughen sanctions on Iran if international negotiators fail to reach an agreement on Tehran's nuclear pr...
31.01.2015
22:47
Germany Plans Changes To Prostitution Act Germany Plans Changes To Prostitution Act
Prostitution is legal in Germany, but sex workers are still stigmatized or viewed as victims even if they are prostitutes by choice. A draft law is set to give them more legal protections, but even it has detractors. "For a while, I was really proud of my sex work," Nadine said. Draped in a fluffy b...
30.01.2015
18:03 Jordan Awaits Proof Hostage Is Alive After Swap Deadline
The fates of a Japanese journalist and Jordanian military pilot were unknown Friday, a day after the latest purported deadline for a possible prisoner swap passed with no further word from the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) holding them captive. "Government institutions are working arou...
30.01.2015
17:21
Green Power Takes On Fossil Fuels Green Power Takes On Fossil Fuels
Renewable energies are becoming globally more competitive. And an increasing number of studies are showing they have an economical edge, especially if environmental and health costs are taken into account. In Germany there is much discussion around renewable energies and cost. Fans of conventional e...
30.01.2015
14:49 Un Chief Urges Africa Leaders Not To Cling To Power
UN Secretary General Ban Ki moon has urged African leaders not to use "undemocratic" constitutional changes to cling to power.
30.01.2015
13:46
Iranian FM To Be Questioned By Lawmakers On Strolling With Kerry Iranian FM To Be Questioned By Lawmakers On Strolling With Kerry
Iran’s foreign minister will present himself before the country’s parliament to answer 25 lawmaker’s questions, most concerning his stroll in Switzerland with US Secretary of State John Kerry during the nuclear negotiations and about the negotiations themselves.
30.01.2015
13:17
Sri Lanka 'On Right Track' To Achieving Sustainable Democracy Sri Lanka 'On Right Track' To Achieving Sustainable Democracy
After coming to power, Sri Lanka's President Sirisena took steps that observers believe are a major shift from the previous government's policies. But analyst Siegfried O. Wolf says Sirisena still has a lot more to do. Sri Lanka's new leader Maithripala Sirisena, who defeated former president Mahind...
30.01.2015
11:24
Japan Economy Picks Up, Inflation Worries Persist Japan Economy Picks Up, Inflation Worries Persist
Japan's industrial output rose in December, suggesting the world's third largest economy may be climbing out of recession. But Tokyo's attempt to overcome deflation with cheap central bank money appears to be failing. Data released by the Japanese government on Friday showed manufacturing output inc...
30.01.2015
11:18
Wind Power Fuels Transition To Renewable Energy Wind Power Fuels Transition To Renewable Energy
2014 saw the record installation of more than 1,700 wind turbines in Germany. They supply as much electricity as two nuclear power plants, giving an important boost to renewable energies. "The 2014 figures look very good. That was the best year for the buildup of wind energy in Germany. The industry...
30.01.2015
10:18 Japan 'On Guard' After Latest Isil Deadline Expires
Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida says Abe instructed him ‘to continue to stay on guard and deal’ with hostage crisis.
30.01.2015
10:14
Asian Imports Of Iran Crude Rise 20 Pct, Hit 3-Yr High In 2014 Asian Imports Of Iran Crude Rise 20 Pct, Hit 3-Yr High In 2014
Asian imports of Iranian crude rose by 19.8 percent last year to hit a three-year high, although further increases by the OPEC nation's biggest buyers will depend on whether Tehran and world powers can settle the dispute over its nuclear programme.
30.01.2015
21:48 Argentina Considers Takeover Of Struggling Power Suppliers
Power company warns its 'business is not viable' as Greater Buenos Aires hit with blackouts in 105 degree temperatures.
29.01.2015
20:03 Update - Iran, Eu3 Meet For Nuclear Talks In Istanbul
Representatives of France, Germany and the UK meet with their Iranian counterparts as part of ongoing talks process.
29.01.2015
18:55 Poll: Most Turks Believe Erdogan Calling Shots In Gov't, Not Davutoglu
A newly released opinion poll has shown that an overwhelming majority of Turks believe President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is the one who controls all the levers of power in the government and the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) rather than Ahmet Davutoglu, who is the prime minister and t...
29.01.2015
18:48 Japan Pledges $100Mn For Ebola-Hit W. Africa States
The Japanese government on Thursday pledged $100 million worth of assistance to Ebola hit countries in West Africa.
29.01.2015
16:48 Iran, Eu3 Meet For Nuclear Talks In Istanbul
Representatives of France, Germany and the UK meet with their Iranian counterparts as part of ongoing talks process.
29.01.2015
12:59
#Loadshedding: South Africans Turn To Social Media To Talk, Joke About Power Cuts #Loadshedding: South Africans Turn To Social Media To Talk, Joke About Power Cuts
Power cuts planned by South Africa's main electricity supplier, Eskom, have triggered a discussion. A look at how social media is being used to vent frustration at a growing problem in the country. Daily power cuts are routine in most African cities. And even for a country like South Africa, which a...
29.01.2015
11:51 Journalists On Turkish Border Over Allegation Of Release Of Japan Journalist
A group of Japan journalists arrived at Akçakale border gate, located in Turkish south eastern province of Sanliurfa, over some allegations that the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) will release a Jordanian pilot and a Japanese journalist from the gate on Thursday. A large group of press ...
29.01.2015

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