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Earthquake Jolts Western Iran Earthquake Jolts Western Iran
The earthquake measuring 4.1 occurred in Naqada city, West Azerbaijan province, Iran, the Tasnimnews website said Jan. 26.
26.01.2015
18:14
Sugar Mill Workers Protest In Iran Sugar Mill Workers Protest In Iran
The sugar mill staff held a protest in the town of Kohistan, South Khorasan province, Iran. Around 280 workers were demanding eight months back pay, ILNA agency reported.
26.01.2015
18:01 New German Cinema Makes A Splash In Ankara Museum
The CerModern Museum in Ankara this winter season is home to a monthly film screening program that offers a sampling of contemporary German cinema.This month's offering in the program is ôUber-Ich und Duö (Superegos), a 2014 comedy that debuted at last year's Berlin International Film Festival. Writ...
26.01.2015
18:01 'Ask Sana Benzer': Seriously?
I really don't know where to begin: If this is a film about true love, then we should all reconsider our past and present relationships and jump off the Bosporus Bridge. The new rom-com/melodrama commodity, from TAFF Pictures and actor Burak Ízšivit's company BRK'S Production, directed by Taner Elha...
26.01.2015
17:55 More Shopping Centers Planned For 2015 Despite Hitches
In spite of slowing growth in the number of shopping centers being built across the country, the union for shopping center managers announced on Monday that the Turkish retail sector will grow by 9 percent in 2015 and that new shopping malls will commence serving customers this year.A report from th...
26.01.2015
17:47
Greeks Have High Hopes For New Government Greeks Have High Hopes For New Government
Though Greece's economy was slowly improving, many voters had run out of patience. Less than 24 hours after polling stations closed, leftist Alexis Tsipras has become premier. Joanna Kakissis reports from Athens. Greece inaugurated its first leftist-led government on Monday, also ushering in the fir...
26.01.2015
17:47
Time Travel To A Destroyed City: Dresden 1945 Time Travel To A Destroyed City: Dresden 1945
Seventy years after the fire bombing of Dresden during the Second World War, the artist Yadegar Asisi recalls the horror of the devastating event. A new 360-degree panorama presentation opened this past weekend at the Panometer in Dresden. It shows the inner city of Dresden in the aftermath of the b...
26.01.2015
17:18 Tsipras Sworn In As New Greek Prime Minister
Leader of leftist Syriza party becomes youngest PM in history of Greece shortly after coalition government agreed with right wing Independent Greeks.
26.01.2015
17:12
Today's New York-Baku Flight Not Cancelled Today's New York-Baku Flight Not Cancelled
No information about the cancellation of the New York-Baku flight was received. The plane was to leave the US at 20:30 Baku time, the Heydar Aliyev International Airport told Trend Jan. 26.
26.01.2015
16:48 Tunisia Parliament Delays Confidence Vote On New Govt
Tunisia's parliament on Monday postponed a planned Tuesday session intended to give confidence to the new cabinet of Prime Minister Habib Essid.
26.01.2015
16:47
IAG Lines Up Third Bid For Irish Airline Aer Lingus IAG Lines Up Third Bid For Irish Airline Aer Lingus
Irish airline Aer Lingus has announced that it will consider a new improved takeover bid from IAG. The British Airways parent is now ready to pay 2.55 euros ($2.85) per share for the airline. Unlike IAG's last two offers, made in the last month, the Aer Lingus board did not reject the new bid immedi...
26.01.2015
16:34 Developing-8 Aim To Create Joint Venture Car Brand
Creating a joint car brand is not unrealistic, as Indonesia, Malaysia, Iran and Turkey have significant collective potential for this industry, D 8 Secretary General says.
26.01.2015
16:14
Iran Hopes For Visa-Free Regime With Georgia To Be Restored Iran Hopes For Visa-Free Regime With Georgia To Be Restored
Georgian parliament speaker David Usupashvili has met with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who expressed hope that the visa-free regime will be restored with Georgia as part of the new visa policy between the two countries.
26.01.2015
16:14
EU Should Open New Phase Of Negotiations With Turkey EU Should Open New Phase Of Negotiations With Turkey
The European Union should open a new phase of negotiations with Turkey.
26.01.2015
15:50
Obama Means Business With India Obama Means Business With India
A boisterous crowd met Barack Obama when he arrived to watch India's Republic Day parade in New Delhi on Monday - making history as the first US President to watch the display of military might as chief guest. Thousands of people trudged kilometers through the rain and queued for hours to watch the ...
26.01.2015
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Bayern Munich's Pep Guardiola In No Rush Over New Contract Bayern Munich's Pep Guardiola In No Rush Over New Contract
With Pep Guardiola's Bayern contract set to expire at the end of next season, rumours are surrounding any possible contract talks. However, Bayern are happy to wait until the summer. Bayern Munich head coach Pep Guardiola has once again signalled that he and the club are happy to hold off contract t...
26.01.2015
15:49
Tsipras Needs Debt Deal To Meet Promises Tsipras Needs Debt Deal To Meet Promises
Following his election victory, Greece's new left-wing leader Alexis Tsipras has formed a new government with the anti-austerity Independent Greeks party. But both parties' lofty promises appear to be unrealistic. Alexis Tsipras' left-wing Syriza alliance won a resounding victory in Sunday's parliam...
26.01.2015
15:48 Malawi Battles Increased Illegal Mining
Energy Minister Atupele Muluzi told AA they will submit a new mining bill to parliament.
26.01.2015
15:36 Syriza Forms Coalition With Independent Greeks
The radical leftist Syriza party, which won general election in Greece on Sunday, formed an anti-austerity governing coalition with the right-wing party Greek Independents.The coalition will have a comfortable majority in Greece's new parliament. With most of the votes counted, Syriza won 149 seats,
26.01.2015
14:49 UNAMA Chief: New Afghan Government 'Needs The Confidence Of The People'
With fewer foreign troops in-country and a resurgent insurgency, many Afghans fear a tough year ahead. DW speaks to Nicholas Haysom, the top UN envoy in Afghanistan, about the challenges facing the new government. Some four months after taking office, Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani hopes to fi...
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