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Nigeria's State Of Emergency 'A Failure' Nigeria's State Of Emergency 'A Failure'
Northeastern Nigeria's emergency rule imposed 18 months ago has fallen under heavy criticism as Boko Haram continues to terrorize and kill civilians. Lawmakers have rejected the extension of the emergency measures. The news that members of the lower house of parliament rejected the extension of the ...
21.11.2014
19:19 Davutoglu Vows To Provide All Kinds Of Support For KRG's Security
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu vowed to take “every form of support,” including military training for peshmerga forces, for the security of Iraqi Kurds, calling their security a “vital matter” for Turkey.“We discussed the training issue as well,” Davutoglu said at a joint news conference with Massou...
21.11.2014
19:19 SAT Commandoes Conduct Breathtaking Drill With Real Bullets (VIDEO UPDATE)
SAT commandoes of Turkish Maritime Commandership conducted a breathtaking drill with real bullets in Istanbul.SAT (Underwater Assault Commandoes) opened its doors to press members for the first time with a breathtaking show during which many targets were terminated by real bullets.SHOT LIST-Friday, ...
21.11.2014
19:19 SAT Commandoes Conduct Breathtaking Drill With Real Bullets (VIDEO UPDATE)
SAT commandoes of Turkish Maritime Commandership conducted a breathtaking drill with real bullets in Istanbul.SAT (Underwater Assault Commandoes) opened its doors to press members for the first time with a breathtaking show during which many targets were terminated by real bullets.SHOT LIST-Friday, ...
21.11.2014
19:19 Cihan News Agency Diary
Cihan News Agency DiaryGMT 18:00Cihan News Agency latest on Friday November 21 2014Here are the main Video News items Cihan News Agency aims to cover todayTOP NEWSEXPECTEDDELIVEREDTURKISH SAT COMMANDOES-2: SAT commandoes of Turkish Maritime Commandership conducted a breathtaking drill with real bull...
21.11.2014
19:01 Davutoglu Vows To Provide All Kinds Of Support For KRG's Security
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu vowed to take “every form of support,” including military training for peshmerga forces, for the security of Iraqi Kurds, calling their security a “vital matter” for Turkey.“We discussed the training issue as well,” Davutoglu said at a joint news conference with Massou...
21.11.2014
19:01 Court Hearing Starts As Muezzin Sues Religious Affairs Directorate
The Istanbul Administrative Court has started hearing a lawsuit filed by the former muezzin of the Bezm-i Alem Valide Sultan Mosque, who says he was unjustly discharged from his post at that mosque and demoted to a smaller one in a village northwest of IstanbulThe mosque, located in the city's Beyog...
21.11.2014
18:59 Turkey Strongly Condemns Israeli Move To Build More Settlements
Turkey has strongly condemned an Israeli decision to build 78 more Jewish homes in East Jerusalem, stressing that the move is aimed at further escalating tensions. Ankara's protest follows an announcement by Israel on Wednesday that it approved the construction of 78 new homes in two settlements on ...
21.11.2014
18:55 Elvan Family Appalled By New Taksim Barracks Plans
Sami Elvan, the father of Berkin Elvan, a 14-year-old boy who was shot in the head by a tear gas canister during last year's Gezi Park protests and later died after nine months in a coma, has said the family suffered a huge loss with Berkin's death, adding that no one else should have to pay such a ...
21.11.2014
18:28 Despite Court Order, Municipality Resists Demolishing 16: 9 Towers
A residential complex named 16:9 (OnaltiDokuz) under construction in the Zeytinburnu district of Istanbul continues to stir public outrage as the Zeytinburnu Municipality resists obeying a court decision for the destruction of a number of its floors, a decision which was made on the grounds that the...
21.11.2014
18:27 EP Pushes For Independent Investigation Into Dec. 17 Allegations
The European Parliament's (EP) newly appointed Turkey rapporteur, Kati Piri, has said that an independent investigation has yet to be conducted into a graft probe that went public on Dec. 17 and that until an independent investigation takes place, she will continue to raise this issue with Turkish o...
21.11.2014
16:01 Morsi Supporters Back Calls For Nov. 28 'Islamic Uprising'
Supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi, many of whom staged demonstrations in different parts of Egypt on Friday, appeared to support calls for planned mass protests on November 28, initiated by Egypt's pro Morsi Salafist Front.
21.11.2014
13:57
Iran-West Talks Lead To Reticence Iran-West Talks Lead To Reticence
The final round of negotiations on the Iranian nuclear issue began in Vienna on November 18. It will continue until the decisive date - November 24.
21.11.2014
13:57
SOCAR To Continue Cooperation With EC Within Privatization Of Greek DESFA SOCAR To Continue Cooperation With EC Within Privatization Of Greek DESFA
The State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) will continue constructive cooperation with European Commission to speed up the finalization of Phase II of reviewing its acquisition of 66 percent share in Greek DESFA natural gas transmission system operator.
21.11.2014
13:19 SAT Commandoes Conduct Breathtaking Drill With Real Bullets
SAT commandoes of Turkish Maritime Commandership conducted a breathtaking drill with real bullets in Istanbul. SAT (Underwater Assault Commandoes) opened its doors to press members for the first time with a breathtaking show during which many targets were terminated by real bullets. SHOT LIST -Frida...
21.11.2014
12:30
Conservationists Pledge To Expand World's Nature Reserves Conservationists Pledge To Expand World's Nature Reserves
The World Parks Congress concludes with a promise to create new protected areas and better support existing ones. Indigenous communities and young people are set to assume a central role in the process. Nature conservation areas around the world are to be significantly expanded over the next decade.
21.11.2014
12:16
Thyssenkrupp Logs Profit After Years Of Losses Thyssenkrupp Logs Profit After Years Of Losses
German heavy engineering giant ThyssenKrupp has left behind painful years of loss-making. The company managed to log a sound profit in its 2013/2014 business year, but structural woes continue to haunt it. ThyssenKrupp reported Thursday it booked a bottom-line profit of 195 million euros ($245 milli...
21.11.2014
12:07
FIFA Ethics Chiefs Agree To Review World Cup Corruption Report, Internally FIFA Ethics Chiefs Agree To Review World Cup Corruption Report, Internally
FIFA will continue its review of the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, at least internally. FIFA's chief investigator and its ethics judge, at odds since the first results were published, met on Thursday. Michael Garcia and Hans-Joachim Eckert (pictured) met on Thursday in Zurich to ...
21.11.2014
10:52 Kazakh National Currency Is Strong Enough
Kazakh national currency KZT is strong enough, despite the negative impact from the outside, the Ministry of National Economy of the country told Trend Nov.18."The adopted currency corridor of 170-188 KZT/$1 provides a comfortable state of the national currency, in spite of the continued weakening o...
21.11.2014
09:46 Morocco Receives Burkina Faso's Compaore
The Moroccan government confirmed on Friday that ousted Burkinabe president Blaise Compaore, who resigned last month following protests against his rule, arrived in the kingdom from Ivory Coast.
21.11.2014

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