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Commentary: Signal From The 'Land Of Upright People' Commentary: Signal From The 'Land Of Upright People'
In the West African nation of Burkina Faso, Parliament is burning. For days, protesters have been demonstrating against President Blaise Compaoré - a warning to all African rulers, says DW's Claus Stäcker. What does the world care about a violent uprising in Burkina Faso? What's so interesting about...
30.10.2014
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
18:48 Kiev: Ec To Be Guarantor In Russia, Ukraine Gas Deal
Ukrainian PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk says European Commission will supply funds if Russia sticks to higher price for gas.
30.10.2014
18:40 Consumer Confidence Sees Considerable Decrease In October
The consumer confidence index (CCI) declined by 4.9 percent month-on-month in October to 70.3 points, the lowest level since February, data released by the Turkish Statistics Institute (TurkStat) on Thursday indicated.The index was at 74 points in September. According to the data, which was prepared...
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
14:33 Update - Burkina Faso Parliament Set Ablaze By Protesters
Protesters set fire to the parliament building in Burkina Faso on Thursday to protest a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow President Blaise Compaore to seek a third five year term in office.
30.10.2014
14:18 Burkina Faso Parliament Set Ablaze By Protesters
Protesters set fire to the parliament building in Burkina Faso on Thursday to protest a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow President Blaise Compaore to seek a third five year term in office.
30.10.2014
12:43
Special Attention Needs To Be Paid To Cyber Protection Of Critical Energy Infrastructure Special Attention Needs To Be Paid To Cyber Protection Of Critical Energy Infrastructure
NATO Advanced Research Workshop "Strengthening Cyber Defense for Critical Infrastructure" under the NATO Science for Peace and Security Program started in Kiev on Oct.30.
30.10.2014
12:33 Palestinian Protesters, Israeli Troops Clash In E. Jerusalem
Clashes broke out Thursday in parts of East Jerusalem between Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces after 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
11:22 Yemen Army Clash With Protesters, 2 Killed
At least two people were killed and six others injured during clashes between the army and protesters marching towards a military base in Yemen's southern port city of Aden on Wednesday, a government official told Xinhua."The pro-secession protesters marched toward an army base located near the main...
30.10.2014
09:58
Yemen Army Clash With Protesters, 2 Killed Yemen Army Clash With Protesters, 2 Killed
At least two people were killed and six others injured during clashes between the army and protesters marching towards a military base in Yemen's southern port city of Aden on Wednesday.
30.10.2014
22:06 Brazil's Industrial Confidence Up For First Time In 2014
Economists urge caution, suggesting the rise could have been influenced by the recent election.
29.10.2014
20:19 Venezuela Recalls Ambassador Due To Spanish 'Interference'
Diplomatic ties to be "reviewed" after Spanish leader tweeted support for jailed anti government protester.
29.10.2014
16:53
Reactor Approval Watershed For Japan's Nuclear Energy Industry Reactor Approval Watershed For Japan's Nuclear Energy Industry
The decision to permit a local energy utility to restart its nuclear plant has been welcomed by the Japanese government and industry, but environmental groups are angry that local people's concerns are being ignored. When the 26 members of the city assembly of Satsumasendai voted on Tuesday, October...
29.10.2014
16:34 1 Protester Killed By Gunfire In Yemen's Aden
One person was killed and five others were injured when Yemeni forces opened fire on protesters in the southern city of Aden on Wednesday.
29.10.2014
18:49 Us: Tunisia Elections A "Milestone" In Transition
The Call of Tunisia party won 84 seats in the 217 member National Assembly.
27.10.2014
18:36 'Turkey Second-Biggest Exporter Of TV Series In World'
Turkey comes second in the world in the exportation of local TV series, only preceded by America, Turkish Exporters Assembly (TIM) President Mehmet Büyükeksi said in Istanbul last week at the inauguration of a panel on Turkey's status as a rising power in world cinema and the TV industry.The preside...
27.10.2014
17:04 Council Of Europe Praises Tunisia's 'Exemplary Poll'
North African state votes for full parliament in 217 seat assembly.
27.10.2014
15:17
What Did The Islamabad Protests Achieve? What Did The Islamabad Protests Achieve?
For months, thousands of protesters thronged Pakistan's capital demanding that the government resign amid vote-rigging claims. But while Nawaz Sharif held on to power, he is now a weakened PM, says Michael Kugelman. For 65 days, anti-government protesters staged a massive sit-in in Pakistan's capita...
27.10.2014
12:57
German Business Climate Hits Near-Two-Year Low German Business Climate Hits Near-Two-Year Low
A key barometer of German business sentiment has dropped to levels not seen in almost two years. The latest Ifo benchmark index suggested Europe's biggest economy may be in for a bumpy ride in the months to come. Presenting its closely watched index of the mood among German executives, the Munich-ba...
27.10.2014

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