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15:48 Gold Prices Dip To $1,163/Ounce After Japan Qe Expansion
Gold prices sink after world’s third largest economy expands stimulus measures.
31.10.2014
12:46
Republican Win Would Worsen Obama's Foreign Policy Pains Republican Win Would Worsen Obama's Foreign Policy Pains
A possible Republican majority in the US Senate in the upcoming midterm elections would not only give the party full control of Congress, it could also complicate Obama's foreign policy - with one noteworthy exception. With an unpopular president and Republicans gaining momentum in the run-up to the...
31.10.2014
11:22 Spy Agency Vs. Turkish Military And ISIL
It is neither customary nor normal for a nation's spy agency to always be in the forefront of all domestic and foreign policy matters, nor can it assume the role of the military. It is in the nature of spy agencies to conduct their activities under great secrecy so that they can generate healthy ana...
31.10.2014
10:44
Iran Says Mistakes Of Great Powers Led To Instability In Region Iran Says Mistakes Of Great Powers Led To Instability In Region
Head of Iran’s Strategic Council on Foreign Relations Kamal Kharrazi met with the UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson,
31.10.2014
09:47
Bank Of Japan Ramps Up Monetary Easing Bank Of Japan Ramps Up Monetary Easing
Japan's central bank has surprised analysts by reinforcing its monetary easing program aimed at fueling growth. The move came just after the US Federal Reserve's decision to wind down its own stimulus scheme. The Bank of Japan (BoJ) beefed up its monetary easing scheme Friday in a surprise move aime...
31.10.2014
02:03 Burkina Faso Leader Vows Power Handover After Transition
Burkina Faso's President Blaise Compaore has called for the formation of a transitional government at the end of which he would hand over power to a democratically elected president, moments after the army announced the establishment of a transitional body to run the country’s affairs.
31.10.2014
18:47
Vattenfall Mulls Exit From German Lignite Biz Vattenfall Mulls Exit From German Lignite Biz
Swedish utility Vattenfall has said it's planning to get rid of its lignite-powered plants and mining facilities in eastern Germany. Although profitable, the business prevents the firm from reducing CO2 emissions. Swedish energy company Vattenfall was preparing to exit from its lignite business in e...
30.10.2014
18:40 Kolin's Coal Mines Exempted From ÇED
Coal mines to provide raw materials for a thermal power plant to be operated by Hidro-Gen Enerji, a member of the pro-government Kolin Holding, in Manisa's Soma district were exempted from the obligation of providing an environmental impact assessment (ÇED) report. The Kolin Group, which is also a p...
30.10.2014
18:16
Is Pyongyang Re-Engaging With International Community? Is Pyongyang Re-Engaging With International Community?
Pyongyang has shown signs of willingness to discuss its human rights issues. Marzuki Darusman, the UN special rapporteur on North Korea, tells DW it might be the result of the pressure created by a UN inquiry report. For the first time in a decade, North Korean officials and a senior United Nations ...
30.10.2014
17:16
German Publishers Vs. Google German Publishers Vs. Google
Newspapers find it difficult to make money online, and German publishers are no exception. They want Google to pay for displaying their articles. But the attempt has backfired. In the 1990s, Volkswagen advertised its cars in the US with the German word "Fahrvergnügen" (pleasure of driving). Though d...
30.10.2014
15:18 Moscow Hosts Atomex 2014 Nuclear Exhibition
More than 400 Russian and foreign companies to attend nuclear exhibition in Moscow.
30.10.2014
14:46
AEOI Confirms Sabotage On Iran's Nuclear-Related Storage Tanks AEOI Confirms Sabotage On Iran's Nuclear-Related Storage Tanks
A source at Iran's Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) confirmed that several sabotage attempts on the heavy water storage tanks have been revealed.
30.10.2014
14:20
Tsvangirai: 'Using Democratic Means To Remove A Dictatorship Is Very, Very Difficult' Tsvangirai: 'Using Democratic Means To Remove A Dictatorship Is Very, Very Difficult'
Zimbabwe's main opposition party MDC-T is about to hold an elective congress. Party leader Morgan Tsvangirai, recently the target of an internal, abortive coup, has told DW he will be standing for re-election. The congress comes 15 months after elections in Zimbabwe in which ZANU-PF was returned to ...
30.10.2014
12:48 Sata Death Prompts Fears Of Zambia Power Struggle
Experts cite a jostling for power within the ruling party and among the opposition.
30.10.2014
12:43
Khamenei's Advisor Trusts Iran Gov't Nuclear Talks Khamenei's Advisor Trusts Iran Gov't Nuclear Talks
A senior advisor to the Supreme Leader of the Iran Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says that he has full trust in Iranian government's nuclear delegation team.
30.10.2014
11:51 Erdogan, Kurds, The PKK
The Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) has restarted its terrorist activities in Turkey, and the Justice and Development Party (AKP) government has given up its soft language towards the PKK, moving fast to the side of Turkish nationalist voters. I have never believed that Recep Tayyip Erdogan is sincer...
30.10.2014
10:18 Used Oil From Chinese Kitchens To Power Aircrafts
Waste oil from Chinese dinner tables to power airplanes by converting into aviation biofuel.
30.10.2014
05:57
MP: Gradual Lifting Of Anti-Iran Bans Unacceptable MP: Gradual Lifting Of Anti-Iran Bans Unacceptable
A senior Iranian parliamentarian says all anti-Iran sanctions must be removed if the P5+1 group is willing to reach a final deal with the Islamic Republic over its nuclear energy program.
30.10.2014
02:48 Us: Chance For Nuke Deal With Iran Less Than 50 Percent
The deadline for talks between Iran and the P5+1 to stop Iran’s nuclear program is Nov. 24.
30.10.2014
16:59
Germany's GTAZ - Ten Years Of Fighting Terror Germany's GTAZ - Ten Years Of Fighting Terror
Ten years ago, Germany set up a counter-terrorism center in Berlin, a platform used by 40 internal security agencies to prevent terrorist attacks. Experts praise its work - but there are plenty of critics. In 2011, a 21-year-old Kosovo Serb shot dead two US soldiers at Frankfurt Airport, and serious...
29.10.2014

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