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19:31 New Evidence Emerges Linking Tahsiyeciler To Al-Qaeda
A man who filed a complaint against journalists, producers and scriptwriters for defaming the militant group known as Tahsiyeciler (Annotators), which led to the detention of media professionals last week, has now been revealed to have maintained active links with al-Qaeda groups in Turkey. Mehmet N...
19.12.2014
19:00 Crackdown On Tahsiyeciler Group Was Pre-Emptive Operation, Says Police Chief
The investigation into an armed group called Tahsiyeciler (Annotators), launched in 2004 by the National Intelligence Organization (MIT) and later morphed into police raids on the safe houses of suspected members, was a pre-emptive operation by law enforcement officials to crack down on groups tied ...
19.12.2014
18:59 Pinar Selek Acquits For Fourth Time
Pinar Selek, a sociologist and author had been suspected of helping bomb Istanbul's Spice Bazaar in 1998, has been acquitted by a Turkish local court on Friday for the fourth time.Selek learnt about the decision of the court by phone in France, where he lives in forced exile since she has become the...
19.12.2014
17:10
Islamists' Acts 'Have Nothing To Do With Islam' Islamists' Acts 'Have Nothing To Do With Islam'
Malian scholar Aldiouma Yattara has firsthand experience of the Islamist terror regime in his country. In an interview with DW, he describes how Islamists mainpulate religion for their own purposes. DW: In March 2012 Tuareg rebels and Islamists seized control of large parts of northern Mali, your ho...
19.12.2014
16:27 4 Yemen Troops Killed In 2 Separate Attacks
Four Yemeni soldiers were killed and four others wounded in two separate attacks that took place on Friday in the southern Hadhramaut province and the eastern Maarib province.
19.12.2014
16:12 Lebanon Nabs 10 For 'Kidnapping' Assad Opponents
Lebanese security agencies have arrested ten people suspected of kidnapping opponents of the regime of Syrian President Bashar al Assad in the eastern Beqaa region with the aim of smuggling them into Syria for "liquidation," a security source said.
19.12.2014
12:27 Tunisia's Presidential Contenders Downplay Isil Threats
Tunisia's two presidential contenders have downplayed recent threats by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militant group to stage attacks in Tunisia ahead of this weekend's run off polls.
19.12.2014
11:40
Dortmund Take On Bremen In Bundesliga's Pre-Christmas Finale Dortmund Take On Bremen In Bundesliga's Pre-Christmas Finale
In the last week of action before the winter break, Borussia Dortmund have one last chance to move out of the Bundesliga's bottom three before Christmas. But the same goes for Werder Bremen who will be just as hungry. The curtain comes down on a torrid 2014 for Borussia Dortmund at the weekend with ...
19.12.2014
11:10
CIA Report Reveals Setbacks In CIA Report Reveals Setbacks In "High Value" Targeted Assassinations
US efforts to kill Taliban leaders in Afghanistan have had "limited" results, according to a secret CIA document. Targeted killing can backfire, provoking insurgents to regroup in a way favorable to them, analysts say. The 2009 report published on the Wikileaks website analyzes the effects of so-cal...
19.12.2014
10:27 6 Die Of Starvation In 'Besieged' Somali Town
At least six people died of starvation over the past week in Somalia's central Buloburde town as a result of an ongoing siege by Al Shabaab militant group, the local chief said on Friday.
19.12.2014
10:09
Five People Burn Alive As Car Overturns In Iran Five People Burn Alive As Car Overturns In Iran
A car overturned on the Bojnord-Shirvan highway in Iran’s North Khorasan Province,
19.12.2014
01:27 Obama Voices Concerns About Egypt Human Rights In Al-Sisi Call
The call comes as Human Rights Watch said that Egypt is reversing the gains of its 2011 revolution.
19.12.2014
22:57 Sisi Reaffirms To Obama Commitment To Transition Roadmap
Al Sisi told the U.S. leader over the phone that Egypt was also committed to creating a democratic system that respects rights and freedoms, according to presidential spokesman Alaa Youssef.
18.12.2014
19:04 EP Slams Turkey Over Breaches Of Freedom Of Expression
Members of the European Parliament (EP) have voiced concerns over the recent arrests of journalists in Turkey and condemned all actions against media freedom.The mass media arrests, in which senior media figures were arrested over the weekend, was on the agenda of EP members during a plenary debate ...
18.12.2014
18:31 Car Bombs Kill 5 In Yemen's Port City
Unknown militants launched suicide car bombing attacks on a training institution run by the Shiite Houthi group in the western port city of al-Hodayda Thursday evening, killing at least five people, security sources told Xinhua. (Cihan/Xinhua)
18.12.2014
18:27 Twin Car Bombs Leave Casualties In Yemen's Hudaydah
An Al Qaeda linked group claimed responsibility for the bombings, which, it said, had left dozens dead or injured.
18.12.2014
17:57 Twin Car Bombs Leave Casualties In Yemen's Hudaydah
A number of people were killed and several others wounded on Thursday when two booby trapped cars exploded in Yemen's western city of Al Hudaydah, eyewitnesses have said.
18.12.2014
16:27 300 Settlers Broke Into Al-Aqsa This Week: Ngo
Around 300 Jewish settlers forced their way into East Jerusalem's flashpoint Al Aqsa Mosque compound over the past week, including 160 on Thursday alone, a Palestinian NGO said Thursday.
18.12.2014
15:42 Israel 'Targeting' Muslim Women Defending Al-Aqsa: Salah
Islamic Movement in Israel leader Sheikh Raed Salah on Thursday accused the Israeli authorities of "targeting" female Palestinian Muslim worshippers and religious students who had gathered in East Jerusalem's flashpoint Al Aqsa Mosque compound with the aim of defending it from Jewish settlers.
18.12.2014
14:41
Ruble's Freefall Leaves Russians Bewildered Ruble's Freefall Leaves Russians Bewildered
The ruble's plunge in value has prompted some Russians to rush into big-ticket purchases, while others despair as to how they will repay foreign currency loans - or even afford food. Fiona Clark reports from Moscow. The cost of a haircut and color? 6,000 rubles. The look on your hairdressers face wh...
18.12.2014

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