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16:57 Russian Ruble Fluctuates But Holds Its Ground
The ruble fluctuates between minor gains and losses against the dollar and euro on Friday.
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16:44 Ekrem Dumanli: Turkey Watches A Theater
Ekrem Dumanli, Editor-in-chief of Turkey’s largest daily of Zaman, was detained four days ago within the scope of government-backed raids against critical media and released on Friday, stated on the way out the courthouse that ‘Turkey watches a theatre as the operations kicked off’.After being relea...
19.12.2014
16:42 Pakistan: Taliban Warn Against Hanging Key Militant
A Pakistani Taliban group has said it will kill more children if the government went ahead with plans to hang a key terrorist commander.
19.12.2014
16:12 Belgian Workers Protest Eu-Us Free Trade Plans
At least 1,000 workers vent anger against EU for pursuing free trade pact with US that workers say could threaten public services.
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16:12 Lebanon Nabs 10 For 'Kidnapping' Assad Opponents
Lebanese security agencies have arrested ten people suspected of kidnapping opponents of the regime of Syrian President Bashar al Assad in the eastern Beqaa region with the aim of smuggling them into Syria for "liquidation," a security source said.
19.12.2014
15:57 Threats By Sudan 'Declaration Of War': S. Sudan Army
The South Sudanese army has decried recent threats by neighboring Sudan that it would pursue rebels into South Sudanese territory as a "declaration of war."
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15:23 There Is No Media Culture In Turkey
Turkish media organizations, which are highly politicized, have, for the first time, reacted with one voice against the detention of senior journalists last Sunday, Dec. 14, urging that they be released and harshly criticizing the ongoing government policy of silencing the media, through police meas...
19.12.2014
15:15 Why The Case Against These Journalists Is So Suspicious
Governmental circles and their supporters in the media say “journalists are not immune from committing crimes.” There is no doubt about that. Of course journalists may commit crimes.However, when journalists who are critical of the government in power begin to be arrested, there is always a suspicio...
19.12.2014
15:15 WFP Appeals In Berlin For US$1.5 Billion In 2015 Syrians Idps
Each family member receives US$30 at the beginning of the month, loaded inside the electronic card.Around 54,000 Syrian refugees are living in this camp. The UN World Food Programme (WFP) appealed today in Berlin for close to US$1.5 billion in 2015 to feed over 6.5 million Syrians displaced inside t...
19.12.2014
13:57 Kenya President Signs Controversial Security Bill Into Law
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday signed into law a controversial security bill that included amendments seen by the opposition as "draconian".
19.12.2014
13:57 Pakistan, Afghanistan, US Agree On Anti-Taliban Ops
Pakistan, Afghanistan and US led ISAF have agreed to launch an operation against Taliban on both sides of Pak Afghan border, a top Pakistani official says.
19.12.2014
13:27 Cambodia Parliament Endorses Rainsy As Minority Leader
Creation of new opposition position a key step in negotiations following last year’s disputed national election.
19.12.2014
13:27 Israel Disperses Anti-Occupation Protest In W. Bank Town
Scores of Palestinians on Friday suffered temporary asphyxiation when Israeli army forces fired teargas to disperse anti occupation protesters in a West Bank town in which a senior Palestinian official died last week.
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13:12 Gaza Rocket Falls In Southern Israel
A rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel on Friday, the Israeli army has said.
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11:59 Former PM Çiller Testifies In Feb. 28 Coup Trial
Former Turkish Prime Minister Tansu Çiller, the first and only female prime minister of the country, arrived at Istanbul Çaglayan Courthouse on Friday morning to testify as a plaintiff in the Feb. 28 coup trial.Private security tried to prevent the press from covering Çiller's entrance to the courth...
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CIA Report Reveals Setbacks In CIA Report Reveals Setbacks In "High Value" Targeted Assassinations
US efforts to kill Taliban leaders in Afghanistan have had "limited" results, according to a secret CIA document. Targeted killing can backfire, provoking insurgents to regroup in a way favorable to them, analysts say. The 2009 report published on the Wikileaks website analyzes the effects of so-cal...
19.12.2014
10:45 Peshawar Attack Probe: Four Suspects, Including Woman, Arrested In Bahawalpur
At least four suspects, including a woman, were arrested from southern Punjab's Hasilpur area in connection with Tuesday's carnage in Peshawar that claimed the lives of more than 140 people, DawnNews reported.The four were tracked through a mobile SIM which was reportedly used by terrorists during t...
19.12.2014
10:27 6 Die Of Starvation In 'Besieged' Somali Town
At least six people died of starvation over the past week in Somalia's central Buloburde town as a result of an ongoing siege by Al Shabaab militant group, the local chief said on Friday.
19.12.2014
09:57 Update - South Korea Shuts Down 'Pro-North' Leftist Party
Minor opposition party outlawed by South Korea's Constitutional Court for conspiring to adopt North Korean socialism.
19.12.2014
09:27 South Korea Shuts Down 'Pro-North' Leftist Party
Minor opposition party outlawed by South Korea's Constitutional Court for conspiring to adopt North Korean socialism.
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