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Asia Buys Less Iran Crude, But Volumes Back Above 1 Mln Bpd Asia Buys Less Iran Crude, But Volumes Back Above 1 Mln Bpd
Asian buyers of Iranian crude imported 6.6 percent less in September than a year ago, the first on-year decline since December, but shipments rose back above the 1 million barrels-per-day mark allowed under a deal that eased Western sanctions.
31.10.2014
10:06 Georgia, US Discuss Economic Cooperation Issues
The US is pleased that Georgia continues developing and implementing the reforms, the US First Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs Kurt Tong said Oct. 30 after a meeting of the Economic Group of the US-Georgia Charter on Strategic Partnership.The issues of trade-eco...
31.10.2014
10:05 WB Provides Uzbekistan With Loans Worth $414M
The WB regional director for Central Asia Saroj Kumar Jha and the Uzbek First Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Rustam Azimov signed two loan agreements worth $ 414 million.The agreements were signed in Urgench, the administrative center of Khorezm region, Uzbekistan during the internationa...
31.10.2014
09:33
WB Provides Uzbekistan With Loans Worth $414M WB Provides Uzbekistan With Loans Worth $414M
The WB regional director for Central Asia Saroj Kumar Jha and the Uzbek First Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Rustam Azimov signed two loan agreements worth $ 414 million.
31.10.2014
09:18 Turkish Army In Wwi: Combination Of Weakness And Strength
What the collapsing empire was truly capable of during First World War remains a question as the effects of the war painfully resonate in the Mideast.
31.10.2014
07:57
Georgia, US Discuss Economic Cooperation Issues Georgia, US Discuss Economic Cooperation Issues
The US is pleased that Georgia continues developing and implementing the reforms, the US First Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs Kurt Tong said Oct. 30 after a meeting of the Economic Group of the US-Georgia Charter on Strategic Partnership.
31.10.2014
04:47
'IS' Fighter Testifies In Frankfurt - 'I Still Want To Die A Martyr' 'IS' Fighter Testifies In Frankfurt - 'I Still Want To Die A Martyr'
Kreshnik B. is the first Islamic State fighter to stand trial in a German court. He wants to testify and is hoping for a lenient sentence. But in Frankfurt's Higher Regional Court, he talked his way into trouble. "Are you cold? You can take off your coat - we're not going to do anything to you," pre...
31.10.2014
20:47
UN Chief Ban Ki- Moon Launches Anti- FGM Campaign UN Chief Ban Ki- Moon Launches Anti- FGM Campaign
UN chief Ban Ki-moon has called on media houses to help in the fight against female genital mutilation. He said that at a launch of a global media campaign in Nairobi. Opening the landmark media campaign that seeks to end the practice, the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has urged all people, women...
30.10.2014
20:34 Free Driving On Germany's Autobahns To End Soon
Transport Ministry aims to collect approximately €500 million in annual net profit.
30.10.2014
18:28 Illegal Construction Near Validebag Grove Halted
The illegal construction of a mosque near the entrance of Validebag Grove in Istanbul's Üsküdar district which has been the subject of growing controversy since last week came to a halt again on Thursday. On early Tuesday morning of last week, excavators entered the Altunizade neighborhood with the ...
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
17:57 'Sivas': Ain't No Lassie
Kaan Müjdeci's “Sivas,” the first debut feature by a Turkish director to compete in the Venice Film Festival, stirred up a certain national pride with local critics and filmmakers alike in Venice this year. In fact, when the film received a Special Jury award at said festival, many were expecting th...
30.10.2014
17:47
Commentary: OECD Tax Agreement - A Little More Justice Commentary: OECD Tax Agreement - A Little More Justice
For tax evaders, the risk of being uncovered has escalated. An agreement governing the international exchange of data will bring a little more justice, says DW's business editor Henrik Böhme. It was one of the first books I was given 25 years ago after the fall of the wall. Its title: "1000 ganz leg...
30.10.2014
17:18 20 Palestinians Injured In Jerusalem Clashes
Israeli authorities closed the Al Aqsa Mosque complex – for the first time since 1967 – and gunned down a Palestinian suspected of killing a rabbi.
30.10.2014
17:06 National Security Council Meeting Kicks Off At Çankaya Palace
The monthly National Security Council (MGK) meeting, this time headed by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has started at the Çankaya Presidential Palace.Erdogan is heading the MGK meeting for the first time since being elected president.Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, Deputy Prime Ministers Numan Kur...
30.10.2014
16:59
Bakcell Presents Its New Smartphone Bakcell Presents Its New Smartphone
Bakcell, the first mobile operator and leading mobile internet provider of Azerbaijan, presented its new smartphone, branded ILK.
30.10.2014
16:47
US Economy Logs Better-Than-Expected Growth US Economy Logs Better-Than-Expected Growth
The US economy has grown further in the past few months, beating analysts' expectations. Third-quarter figures showed expansion was based on a smaller trade deficit and a surge in defense spending. In its first estimate for the third quarter, the US Commerce Department said Thursday that the economy...
30.10.2014
16:21 'Natural Disaster' Responsible For Flood That Trapped 18 Miners: Firm
A “natural disaster” was responsible for a flood that trapped 18 miners at a coal mine on Monday in southern Turkey, the mine operator company Has Sekerler Madencilik said in its first statement on the tragic event after three days.The company said the flood occurred although “it took all the safety...
30.10.2014
15:48
Smart Drugs: The Nonchalance Of Getting Ahead Smart Drugs: The Nonchalance Of Getting Ahead
Smart drugs may offer an easy way to do better at university. But first-hand experience remains a much better teacher, argues Life Links' Caroline Schmitt. It's 9.30pm and an aggressive fatigue is creeping over me. I hang up the phone after speaking to the last person of six about why they consume s...
30.10.2014
14:48 Correction - Sweden Is First Eu Member To Recognize Palestine As State
Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom says Sweden wants to give its support to the 'moderates among Palestinians'
30.10.2014

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