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Turkish Voters Go To The Polls In Germany Turkish Voters Go To The Polls In Germany
Turkish nationals are voting at polling stations in Germany in their country's presidential election. This is the first time that Turks living abroad have been able to vote outside the country. Polling stations opened across Germany at 0600 UTC on Thursday where Turkish nationals can vote until Sund...
31.07.2014
11:34
Over 6,000 Turkish Citizens Living In Azerbaijan To Vote In Turkish Presidential Election Over 6,000 Turkish Citizens Living In Azerbaijan To Vote In Turkish Presidential Election
The citizens of Turkey, living and temporarily residing in Azerbaijan, will be able to vote in the Turkish presidential election on August 3 at the country’s embassy.
31.07.2014
09:48 Skorean Elections Spring Surprise Boost For President
Ruling party sweeps majority of parliamentary seats to retain all important majority in South Korea’s National Assembly.
31.07.2014
09:18
Turkish Citizens Abroad Start Voting In Country's Presidential Election Turkish Citizens Abroad Start Voting In Country's Presidential Election
The voting in the Turkish presidential election for the country’s citizens living abroad started on July 31.
31.07.2014
23:17
Laughing In Public And Devoutness In Turkey Laughing In Public And Devoutness In Turkey
Religion is playing a huge role in the election campaign of the first direct ballot for the Turkish president. Both main parties are campaigning by using their Islamic devoutness to gain votes. Less than two weeks before the Turkish presidential election on August 10, the attempt of one of Erdogan's...
30.07.2014
21:17
Indonesia: Jokowi's Uphill Economic Challenges Indonesia: Jokowi's Uphill Economic Challenges
An economic slowdown, rampant corruption and declining foreign investment are just some of the issues plaguing Indonesia's economy. DW takes a look at the challenges incoming president Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has to tackle. After being declared the winner of the recently held presidential elections, Jo...
30.07.2014
20:48 Indian Greenpeace Activists Arrested Over Mine Protest
Two activists in Madhya Pradesh were arrested as locals protest against forest clearance to begin coal mining, Greenpeace said.
30.07.2014
20:21 Presidential Election Debate A Good Idea, Says Demirtas
All three presidential nominees discussing issues on television would be a good idea at a time when polarization has reached a peak, presidential candidate Selahattin Demirtas has said.Demirtas, who came together on Wednesday with the head of the EU's delegation to Turkey, Ambassador Stefano Manserv...
30.07.2014
19:47
Ebola: 'The First Thing Is Public Awareness' Ebola: 'The First Thing Is Public Awareness'
In Liberia, local media were reporting that bodies were floating in rivers and lying abandoned in houses as the authorities struggled to cope with an Ebola outbreak that has killed hundreds across West Africa. The World Health Organization is describing the outbreak as the deadliest ever and the Int...
30.07.2014
18:51 Locals Hold Protest Against Syrian Refugees
A protest in Kayseri province's Danisment Gazi neighborhood was sparked on Wednesday after a local child was allegedly beaten up by a Syrian refugee. Some of the protesters carried bats with them while marching. Composed mostly of youngsters, the group chanted “We do not want Syrians here.” During t...
30.07.2014
15:47
Peace In Sight In Mozambique Peace In Sight In Mozambique
The low level conflict between Mozambique's former civil war foes escalated recently, but now there is fresh hope of peace in the East African country. Upcoming elections may have helped. It is unusually quiet on National Road 1 (EN1), Mozambique's main north-south highway. Not a single shot has bee...
30.07.2014
00:18 Local Tribe Fights Isil Militants In Iraq
Clashes between ISIL and fighters from local al Bu Farraj tribe leave three militants dead in Saladin province.
30.07.2014
21:51 Cihan News Agency Diary
Cihan News Agency DiaryGMT: 20:00Cihan News Agency latest on Monday July 29, 2014Here are the main Video News items Cihan News Agency aims to cover todayTOP NEWSEXPECTEDDELIVEREDARAB IDOL/AID TO GAZA: As the Eid el-Fitr holiday is under way, the people of Gaza continue to suffer under the devastatin...
29.07.2014
21:18
Taliban 'Gaining Ground' As Afghan Audit Drags On Taliban 'Gaining Ground' As Afghan Audit Drags On
While Kabul is in the midst of an election audit, the Taliban are making territorial gains elsewhere in Afghanistan. While of lesser strategic value, these gains are of symbolic importance, says ICG analyst Graeme Smith. The election audit comes at a critical time for Afghanistan as the internationa...
29.07.2014
19:22 Judge To Issue Verdict Without Hearing Defense In Policemen Probe
A Turkish judge supervising a controversial wiretapping probe into policemen has said he will issue a decision on the fate of policemen without hearing their defense. The decision will be announced on 9 p.m. local Istanbul time.Judge Islam Çiçek of 3rd Criminal Court of Peace said in an interim deci...
29.07.2014
15:18
West Watches As Libya Burns West Watches As Libya Burns
A giant fuel depot is burning in Tripoli. Western countries have evacuated their embassies and are getting their citizens out of the country. The international community seems helpless in the face of a looming civil war. There is a giant, reeking pillar of smoke above Tripoli. The local fire brigade...
29.07.2014
08:33
Russia's Net Private Sector Capital Outflows To Exceed $120Bn In 2014, Fitch Says Russia's Net Private Sector Capital Outflows To Exceed $120Bn In 2014, Fitch Says
Fitch Ratings has affirmed Russia's Long-term foreign and local currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDR) at 'BBB'.
29.07.2014
23:47
Kerry Seeking To 'Reset US Relationship With India' Kerry Seeking To 'Reset US Relationship With India'
US State Secretary John Kerry is visiting India in a bid to revive the historically icy bilateral ties. The trip is also set to pave the way for the upcoming US visit of PM Narendra Modi, analyst Milan Vaishnav tells DW. The US is hoping that the visit, followed by a trip of Defense Secretary Chuck ...
28.07.2014
05:19 Untasteful Eid For Embattled Gaza
At this time of the year, streets of the Gaza Strip are usually busy with local residents spending the early hours of the first day of Eid al Fitr outdoors for last hour shopping or late night outing. But it is different this year.
28.07.2014
03:03 Prices Soar In S. Sudan's Juba Ahead Of Eid
Commodity price hikes in Juba have been exacerbated by the looming Muslim Eid holiday, local traders and shoppers say.
28.07.2014

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