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23:14 US Removed Yasin Al-Qadi From Terrorist List
United States Treasury Department removed Yasin Al Qadi from terrorist list; he was placed on the list after 9/11.
27.11.2014
23:12
Germany Profits From Immigration Germany Profits From Immigration
A new study has shown that Germany's social system experiences a financial gain because of immigration while at the same time accruing losses due to a lack of integration. Back when 14-year-old Nihat Sorgec came to Berlin, he was very disappointed. The city wasn't anything like he'd imagined from he...
27.11.2014
22:29 Syrian Opposition: We Don't Trust Russia
Russia's proposal to seek political solution to Syrian crisis is not serious, according to Syria's main opposition groups.
27.11.2014
21:29 Nigeria Senate Says Corruption Allegation 'Spurious'
A spokesman for the Nigerian Senate on Thursday lashed out at corruption charges leveled recently against the legislature by former president Olusegun Obasanjo.
27.11.2014
20:59 Houthis Capture Central Yemen's City
Yemen's Houthis had captured Al Qa'idah, a city in the central province of Ibb, eyewitnesses said on Thursday.
27.11.2014
20:44 Sudan Protests Remarks Attributed To Uganda's Museveni
The Sudanese Foreign Ministry on Thursday summoned the Ugandan chargé d'affaires in Khartoum to protest against remarks attributed to Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni that Sudan rejoiced at the ongoing war in South Sudan because it seeks to control the young state's resources.
27.11.2014
20:32 Turkey's Top Military Meeting Focuses On ISIL Threat
A Supreme Military Council (YAS) meeting on Thursday chaired by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu focused on Turkey's role in the US-led coalition against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), among other issues. Turkey has still not fully committed to the anti-ISIL coalition as US Vice Pres...
27.11.2014
20:32 Cihan News Agency Diary
Cihan News Agency DiaryGMT 18:30Cihan News Agency latest on Thursday November 27 2014Here are the main Video News items Cihan News Agency aims to cover todayTOP NEWSEXPECTEDDELIVEREDTOP MILITARY MEETING/TURKEY: A Supreme Military Council (YAS) meeting on Thursday chaired by Prime Minister Ahmet Davu...
27.11.2014
20:15 S. Sudan Rebels Meet Uganda's Museveni In Kampala
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Thursday met with a delegation from South Sudanese rebel group Sudan People's Liberation Movement in Opposition (SPLM IO) in the Ugandan capital, Kampala.
27.11.2014
19:50 Top Judge Warns Weakening Trust In Rule Of Law May Trigger Crises
Crises in society's ability to rely on the rule of law inevitably leads to crises in the economy, politics and social life, the president of the Constitutional Court said on Thursday, warning against practices undermining society's trust in the rule of law.“The fact that the public's demand for lega...
27.11.2014
19:44 Au Court Hears Ogiek Charges Against Kenya
The African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights on Thursday held a public hearing into the case of the minority Ogiek community, which has brought a lawsuit against the Kenyan government.
27.11.2014
19:23 Government Defends Media Ban, Opposition Challenges It
The government has defended a media ban imposed on reporting about the work of a parliamentary commission established to investigate a major corruption scandal, even as the opposition has challenged the ban, appealing for an annulment of the court verdict for the ban. Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag ...
27.11.2014
19:15 Top Judge Warns Weakening Trust In Rule Of Law May Trigger Crises
Crises in society's ability to rely on the rule of law inevitably leads to crises in the economy, politics and social life, the president of the Constitutional Court said on Thursday, warning against practices undermining society's trust in the rule of law.“The fact that the public's demand for lega...
27.11.2014
19:10 Libyan Group Ansar Al-Sharia Put On Terror List In Turkey
The Turkish government has added the radical Libyan group Ansar al-Sharia to its list of terrorist organizations, in accordance with a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) decision from last week. On Nov. 20, the UNSC announced that it had blacklisted Ansar al-Sharia for its ties to al-Qaeda and h...
27.11.2014
19:10 Turkey's Top Military Meeting Focuses On ISIL Threat
A Supreme Military Council (YAS) meeting on Thursday chaired by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu focused on Turkey's role in the US-led coalition against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), among other issues. Turkey has still not fully committed to the anti-ISIL coalition as US Vice Pres...
27.11.2014
19:07 Government Defends Media Ban, Opposition Challenges It
The government has defended a media ban imposed on reporting about the work of a parliamentary commission established to investigate a major corruption scandal, even as the opposition has challenged the ban, appealing for an annulment of the court verdict for the ban. Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag ...
27.11.2014
19:03 Justice Minister Bozdag Confesses Lavish 'Ak Saray' Built Illegaly
The minister of justice has admitted that a February court ruling ordering a halt to the construction of the new presidential palace has not been reversed by a higher court and apologized for previously having said the opposite.
27.11.2014
18:47
Ebola Vaccine Cad3-EBO Raises Hopes In First Trial Ebola Vaccine Cad3-EBO Raises Hopes In First Trial
Good news has been rare when it comes to the Ebola outbreak. Now, there's a glimmer of hope. One vaccine has yielded promising results in humans - even if it has its drawbacks. For months, bad news - even bordering on the apocalyptic - was the norm when it came to Ebola in West Africa: Exponential i...
27.11.2014
18:39 ECHO: Half Million Syrian Children Risk Becoming Lost Generation
Caroline Gluck, a regional information officer for the European Commission's Humanitarian and Civil Protection Department (ECHO) said in a press briefing on Thursday in Ankara that many of the half million Syrian children in Turkey have not received any education for the last three years and are at ...
27.11.2014
17:59 Cameron Urged To Accept More Syrian Refugees Into Uk
More than 25 charity and aid agencies across Britain call for action.
27.11.2014

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