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Japan Intends To Officially Use 'Georgia' Instead Of 'Gruzia' Japan Intends To Officially Use 'Georgia' Instead Of 'Gruzia'
Japan will use ‘Georgia’ instead of ‘Gruzia’ in its official documents.
21.10.2014
18:13 Private Security, Villagers Clash Over Construction In Olive Groves
Villagers clashed with private security guards on Tuesday morning in reaction to bulldozers entering olive groves to cut the trees for the construction of a thermal power plant in the Soma district of Manisa province. On Tuesday morning, around 80 villagers saw four bulldozers and 100 workers go to ...
21.10.2014
17:48
China's Fourth Plenum Signals 'Next Phase Of Anti-Graft Drive' China's Fourth Plenum Signals 'Next Phase Of Anti-Graft Drive'
As Communist Party leaders meet in Beijing to discuss how to rule the country in accordance with the law, the focus is on institutionalizing the ongoing anti-corruption campaign, analyst Julian Evans-Pritchard tells DW. e closed-door meeting, known as the Fourth Plenum, has brought together the part...
21.10.2014
17:17
Oil, Power And Conspiracy Oil, Power And Conspiracy
In recent months the price of oil has fallen massively. That has hit Russia, Iran and Venezuela particularly hard. Conspiracy theories abound as to the source of the current supply gut. If there is one strategic commodity in the world, it's oil. Wars are fought over oil, governments overthrown. The ...
21.10.2014
16:47
Doctors Say 'Paralysis Can Be Reversed' After Bulgarian Man Gets New Treatment Doctors Say 'Paralysis Can Be Reversed' After Bulgarian Man Gets New Treatment
A paralyzed Bulgarian man is walking again after treatment in Poland. The leading British scientist working to help Darek Fidyka says it's "more impressive than walking on the moon." Darek Fidyka, who was paralyzed from the chest down in a knife attack, can walk again after doctors used a new techni...
21.10.2014
16:33 Turkish Pm Announces Bill Empowering Law Enforcement
Prime Minister Davutoglu explains use of new powers will be monitored by a parliamentary rights watchdog.
21.10.2014
14:03 Turkey Won't Bow To Unfair Criticism From West: Erdogan
"We are taking the same measures as Europe and the U.S. regarding security," says Erdogan, defending the introduction of a bill to extend police powers.
21.10.2014
11:36 Nepal, India Complete Power Deal Signing
Nepal and India completed the signing of Power Trade Agreement (PTA) on Tuesday, which is believed to create conducive environment for the foreign investment in power production in Nepal. The PTA was jointly signed by Rajendra Kishore Kshatri, Secretary at Nepal's Ministry of Energy (MoE) and Prade...
21.10.2014
11:22 IAEA Confirms Iran's Commitment To Interim Nuclear Deal
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has released a new report, confirming Iran’s commitment to an interim nuclear deal it signed with six world powers last year, Press TV reported.The monthly update report by the IAEA indicated on Monday that the Islamic Republic is continuing to meet its ...
21.10.2014
11:06 Iran Already Won Nuke Talks With P5+1, Rouhani Says
Iranian president Hassan Rouhani believes that Iran has already won the nuclear talks with the P5+1 countries, the Iranian state IRINN TV reported Oct. 21.“The fact that our representatives bargain the six world powers, argue with them and reject their ideas indicates the political power of Iranian ...
21.10.2014
10:33
Iran Already Won Nuke Talks With P5+1, Rouhani Says Iran Already Won Nuke Talks With P5+1, Rouhani Says
Iranian president Hassan Rouhani believes that Iran has already won the nuclear talks with the P5+1 countries, the Iranian state IRINN TV reported Oct. 21.
21.10.2014
04:17
Opinion: Two's Company, Three's A Crowd Opinion: Two's Company, Three's A Crowd
Friendship is blossoming between India and Japan, much to China's chagrin.
21.10.2014
03:03
IAEA Confirms Iran's Commitment To Interim Nuclear Deal IAEA Confirms Iran's Commitment To Interim Nuclear Deal
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has released a new report, confirming Iran’s commitment to an interim nuclear deal it signed with six world powers last year.
21.10.2014
22:48 Argentine Bankers To Strike For Tax Breaks
Labor tension on the rise as high inflation reduces spending power.
20.10.2014
20:48
Opinion: An Overplayed Hand Opinion: An Overplayed Hand
It's as if Germany's train drivers' and pilots' unions are playing strike ping-pong - as soon as one group's walk-off ends, the other's begins. DW's Rolf Wenkel is frustrated with the power of small, specialized unions. The German train drivers' union GDL seems to want to spoil people's autumn holid...
20.10.2014
16:33
Armenian Parliament To Discuss Country's Power Crisis Armenian Parliament To Discuss Country's Power Crisis
The factions of the ‘Prosperous Armenia’ and ‘Heritage’ parties, and the Armenian National Congress (ANC) took an initiative to hold an urgent debate on their draft statement on the country’s power crisis,
20.10.2014
15:01
Iran, Armenia To Launch 3Rd Power Grid Over Aras River Iran, Armenia To Launch 3Rd Power Grid Over Aras River
Iranian Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian said that Iran and Armenia plan to construct a third power grid over the Aras River to connect the two country’s power networks.
20.10.2014
15:00
EU's Ashton To Stay On Until End Of Iran Nuclear Talks EU's Ashton To Stay On Until End Of Iran Nuclear Talks
European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton will continue leading nuclear negotiations with Iran until a deal is reached, even if a November deadline is missed.
20.10.2014
13:27
Azerbaijan To Commission Major Combined Cycle Unit By Mid-2015 Azerbaijan To Commission Major Combined Cycle Unit By Mid-2015
Azerbaijan’s main electricity producer Azerenergy JSC will put into operation the second combined cycle unit at the Shimal power plant in the H1 of 2015.
20.10.2014
13:03
Iran, P5+1 Have Differences In All Of Nuclear Issues Iran, P5+1 Have Differences In All Of Nuclear Issues
Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Seyyed Abbas Araqchi said that the Islamic Republic and the P5+1 countries have differences in all topics, as far as nuclear talks go.
20.10.2014

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