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17:51 CNN's Watson Granted Tour By Turkish Military At Syrian Border
CNN correspondent Ivan Watson, who was called by then-Prime Minister and current President Recep Tayyip Erdogan an “agent” to stir up trouble in Turkey during the first anniversary of the 2013 Gezi Park protests, has been granted an exclusive tour by the Turkish military of security measures on the ...
16:52 Japanese Firm Develops Wireless Charging System For Electric Vehicles
Japanese electronic components maker TDK has developed a wireless charging system for electric and plug- in hybrid vehicles, which it hopes will be in use around 2018. The system allows for charging a parked car without using a cable or plug. TDK also says the system can even be placed on roads to ...
16:52 China's 2014 Economic Growth Likely Below 7.5 Pct: Expert
China's economic growth for the full year of 2014 may not reach 7.5 percent and is even possible to fall below 7.3 percent given its continued downward pressure, said a Chinese economist. The growth slowdown is inevitable as the country's economy is on a major shift from speed to quality, said Xian...
Total To Continue Moving Forward After Death Of Its CEO Total To Continue Moving Forward After Death Of Its CEO
France’s Total Oil Concern will continue moving forward after the death of its CEO Christophe de Margerie.
15:33 Yemen's Houthis Reinforced Amid Clashes With Al-Qaeda
Houthi militants in Yemen's central city of Rada'a have received reinforcements, eyewitnesses said Tuesday, amid continued fighting between the Shiite militant group and Al Qaeda.
15:21 18 More Officers Detained Over Wiretapping Claims, Families Protest Detention
Eighteen senior police officers were detained over illegal wiretapping allegations in the last wave of government-backed operations against police force on Monday evening. The operation targeted police chiefs from the Intelligence Unit Branch. Former head of the Intelligence Department of the Nation...
12:14 Safe Zones For Moderate Fighters
Air strikes mounted by US-led Western and Arab coalition forces against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), which renamed itself the Islamic State (IS), in both Iraq and Syria to degrade and destroy this terrorist organization have been continuing since early June and late September, re...
Armenia, Iran Discuss Regional Security Armenia, Iran Discuss Regional Security
The Armenian-Iranian relations are at a high level and continue developing in an atmosphere of mutual trust, Armenian Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan said during a meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, the Armenian media reports citing the Armenian government.
11:22 IAEA Confirms Iran's Commitment To Interim Nuclear Deal
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has released a new report, confirming Iran’s commitment to an interim nuclear deal it signed with six world powers last year, Press TV reported.The monthly update report by the IAEA indicated on Monday that the Islamic Republic is continuing to meet its ...
11:22 Cihan News Agency Diary
GMT 09:00Cihan News Agency latest on Tuesday October 21, 2014Here are the main Video News items Cihan News Agency aims to cover todayTOP NEWSEXPECTEDERDOGAN/ SYMPOSIUM: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will attend 2 nd International Ombudsman Symposium in Ankara. SYRIAN BORDER: Developments will be fo...
11:06 United Nations To Examine Human Rights In US: UN Rapporteur
The United Nations will examine human rights in the United States, and will continue monitoring the situation in Detroit, UN Special rapporteur on the human right to water and sanitation Catarina de Albuquerque stated.“There are several mechanisms, they are not blue helmets, there will not be troops...
09:51 A Regressing Turkey Faces New Wave Of Suspicious Murders
ZEYNEP KARATAS/ GÜLTEN ÜSTÜNTAG/ / ISTANBULA series of killings that started with the recent Kobani protests in which more than 30 people were killed has gained momentum with a new wave of unsolved murders in Turkey's east, a region known for assassinations allegedly by agents of the deep state, dur...
21:03 Pro-Russian Rebels End Cease-Fire Agreement With Ukraine
The pro Russian separatists continued their attacks against the Ukrainian army in the eastern Ukrainian town of Smeloe, in the Luhansk region.
20:48 UK Protestors To Continue Occupying Parliament Square
"Occupy London" group say they want an end to spending cuts and create a different form of democracy.
20:03 Serbian Lawyers Hold Silent Protest In Capital
Their occupation is not adequately respected, the lawyers say, and they demand an end to privileges for notaries.
Georgia Continues Demonstrating Strong Commitment To Economic And Structural Reforms Georgia Continues Demonstrating Strong Commitment To Economic And Structural Reforms
Fitch Ratings has revised the Outlook on Georgia's Long-term foreign and local currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDR) to Positive from Stable and affirmed the IDRs at 'BB-'.
18:09 Kobani Under Intense ISIL Attack Despite US-Led Coalition Air Strikes
While a US-led coalition conducted intense air strikes on Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) targets in and around the Syrian town of Kobani, militants continued shelling the town over the weekend.The coalition hit ISIL targets at least six times in Kobani, which was shelled by the militant...
17:41 Istanbul's Akbank Jazz Festival Unrolls 24Th Edition
This year's Akbank Jazz Festival will kick off in Istanbul on Thursday, featuring performances by the stars of the world jazz scene, including multiple Grammy Award-winning American double bassist Christian McBride, British jazz-pop singer Jamie Cullum and Australian electronica musician Chet Faker....
17:41 Something Missing In 51St Edition Of Antalya's Altin Portakal
If there was a documentary to portray the events that occurred before and during the 51st Antalya Altin Portakal (Golden Orange) International Film Festival, it could almost be a remake of Kurosawa's “Rashomon.” It all began two weeks ago when the documentary preliminary jury declared that one of th...
17:03 Egypt Disciplines 60 Judges For Supporting Brotherhood
An Egyptian judicial panel has referred 60 judges to a disciplinary council for signing a statement last year in which they voiced support for the embattled Muslim Brotherhood group during a major sit in protest in Cairo staged by backers of ousted president Mohamed Morsi, a judicial source has.

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