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Japanese Emperor Receives Georgian President And First Lady Japanese Emperor Receives Georgian President And First Lady
The Emperor of Japan and his spouse received Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili and First Lady Maka Chichua Oct. 24.
24.10.2014
13:33 Suspicious' Letter Sent To Canadian Office In Istanbul
Chemical, nuclear and radiology team dispatched to examine mystery package in Levent.
24.10.2014
13:16
China And Japan Strive To Improve Ties China And Japan Strive To Improve Ties
After four years of strained diplomatic relations, Beijing and Tokyo appear to be making efforts to heal the rift. Analysts warn, however, that the relationship will remain fractious for years to come. The Japanese media reported on Friday, October 24, that former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukud...
24.10.2014
10:46
German Consumer Confidence Stops Falling German Consumer Confidence Stops Falling
Not that geopolitical tensions in many regions of the world have become less virulent, but German consumers appear to be less fazed by them now, market researchers say. Household confidence levels are slightly up. Consumer confidence in Germany reversed its protracted fall, the Nuremberg-based GfK m...
24.10.2014
06:33 US Will Continue To Press Iran Regardless Of Nuclear Deal
U.S. official says the country will voice its concern over Iran's human rights record even if a nuclear deal is reached with Iran.
24.10.2014
19:48 Update - Erdogan: Syrian Kurds Don't Seek Help From Iraqi Kurds
"Terrorist Democratic Union Party in Syria fears to lose their monopoly of power," Turkish president says.
23.10.2014
18:48 Iran Police Deny Acid Attack Links With Hijab Law
Iran’s police chief has said attempts to link the acid attacks with the country’s existing law on the hijab are an "intrigue of the foreign powers."
23.10.2014
18:27 Istanbul Environmentalists Protest Soma Power Plant
Demonstrations were held outside the Istanbul offices of the Kolin Group on Wednesday, after the corporation sent workers to olive groves in Soma, a district of Manisa province, where they began uprooting olive trees earlier this week for the construction of a thermal power plant.Members of the Kuze...
23.10.2014
18:18 Erdogan: Syrian Kurds Don't Seek Help From Iraqi Kurds
"Terrorist Democratic Union Party in Syria fears to lose their monopoly of power," Turkish president says.
23.10.2014
15:54
Iran, P5+1 Reach Iran, P5+1 Reach "General And Common Agreement" In Nuke Talks
Iran says that during the nuclear talks with P5+1 group, a "general and common agreement" has been reached, but there are still some disputes on details.
23.10.2014
13:46
Analyst: India's Reform Process So Far 'Underwhelming' Analyst: India's Reform Process So Far 'Underwhelming'
In a bid to revive India's economy, PM Narendra Modi has unveiled a set of reforms. While they are steps in the right direction, less red tape and a further opening of key sectors are needed, says economist Shilan Shah. Over the past few days, Modi's right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has annou...
23.10.2014
03:21
Reaching Agreement With 5+1 In Remaining Time Is Possible - Iranian President Reaching Agreement With 5+1 In Remaining Time Is Possible - Iranian President
Iraninan president Hassan Rouhani says good steps have been taken for reaching a permanent nuclear agreement.
23.10.2014
18:37 Davutoglu Says Ordered '100 Pct National Nuclear Plant' Be Built
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has said he has ordered a "100 percent national" nuclear plant to be built in five years.He told reporters after a three-hour meeting at the Ministry of Energy on Tuesday that he ordered what he called a "100 percent national" nuclear plant be built, and that it should...
22.10.2014
15:36
Iran Preparing For Winter Gas Challenge Iran Preparing For Winter Gas Challenge
Despite a 32-percent increase in gas delivery to power plants in warm seasons, Iran expects this figure to decline by 3.5 times in fall and winter due to projected soar in housing gas consumption.
22.10.2014
14:35
Iran, P5+1 Pass Over 90% Of Nuclear Talks, Difficult Steps Ahead Iran, P5+1 Pass Over 90% Of Nuclear Talks, Difficult Steps Ahead
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham said that Iran and the P5+1 have passed over 90 percent of nuclear negotiations and final “sensitive, difficult and important” steps lie ahead,
22.10.2014
14:33
Azerbaijan, Japan To Strike Deal On Investment Promotion And Protection Azerbaijan, Japan To Strike Deal On Investment Promotion And Protection
Azerbaijan and Japan are going to sign an agreement on promotion and mutual protection of investments,
22.10.2014
11:33 Turkish Press Review
A new bill giving more powers to law enforcement agencies to prevent crimes in Turkey is extensively covered by the Turkish dailies Wednesday.
22.10.2014
10:06 Japan To Send Delegation To DPRK Over Abduction Issue From Monday
Japan will send a delegation to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) next Monday to investigate the Japanese nationals' abduction issue, Japan's Kyodo News said Wednesday. The delegation, which groups around 10 official, will hold two- day talks with the DPRK's special investigation com...
22.10.2014
09:38 PM Outlines Security Package Blasted By Opposition
AYDIN ALBAYRAK / ANKARAPrime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has given details of a security package drawn up following recent violent protests and dismissed criticism that the package is a severe blow to fundamental rights.As per the draft security bill, which Parliament's Justice Commission will start di...
22.10.2014
23:17
Opinion: Niche Unions Are Laming Germany Opinion: Niche Unions Are Laming Germany
Strikes by well organized specialists in key positions are regularly generating chaos in Germany. Labor Minister Andrea Nahles wants to tame specialist unions with a new law - but that won't be easy. Last weekend, in the middle of the autumn holiday season, the union representing German train conduc...
21.10.2014

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