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01:30 Messi Becomes All-Time Top Scorer In Spanish La Liga
Barcelona star Lionel Messi scored a hat trick against Sevilla to set all time top goalscorer record in Spanish league.
De Maiziere: High Numbers Of Refugees 'For Years To Come' De Maiziere: High Numbers Of Refugees 'For Years To Come'
Germany has seen the highest rates worldwide of asylum seekers from conflict zones this year. Those numbers won't be dwindling any time soon, so Germany must "adjust," says the country's interior minister. Between January and June this year, more than 65,000 people applied for asylum in Germany, fig...
23:16 Al-Shabaab Claim Kenya Bus Attack
At least 28 people were reportedly killed when militants attacked a bus.
Opinion: Real Commitment To World Hunger Looks Different Opinion: Real Commitment To World Hunger Looks Different
Now that the three-day UN conference on food and malnutrition is over, one thing is clear: there is no simple recipe against world hunger. But small steps are better than none, says DW's Bernd Riegert in Rome. Forty percent of all people on the planet suffer from hunger or malnourishment. We must fi...
19:46 Jordan Rules Out Plan To Ban Muslim Brotherhood
Al Kalaldeh said Bani Arshid's arrest was an isolated incident that did not reflect a government drive against the Muslim Brotherhood.
17:34 Refugee Camps And Political Violence
Scholars on security studies have been studying the relationship between refugee camps and extremism. There is evidence to suggest that refugee camps have become breeding grounds for political violence and religious extremism. But there are also examples that extremism has very little impact on the ...
17:34 Erdogan's Putin And Putin's Erdogan
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin are increasingly becoming soulmates. No one can understand them better than each other. For both, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) is a pain in the neck. Journalists continue to talk and write despite being warned repeated...
17:34 Yearning For Ottoman Justice: The Al-Aqsa As A Mirror On Muslims
The al-Aqsa Mosque, which was recently besieged in an attack by Israeli soldiers, holds what was the first “qibla” -- direction of prayer -- of Islam. In addition, the journey taken by the Prophet Mohammed to heaven (mi'raj) began from this spot.Even though the “qibla” for Muslims today is the Kaaba...
17:34 Turkey Damaging Ties With Latin America
Following Iran's decades-long outreach activities to Muslim communities in Latin America to leverage its influence against the US, Turkey's pro-Iranian government has also started to make overtures into that part of the world, starting with the convention of the first ever Latin American Muslim Reli...
17:31 London Five-Star Hotel Gas Explosion Injures 14
At least 14 people were injured Friday night after an explosion at Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill hotel in Marylebone district.
Greens To Confront Industrialized Farm Lobby Greens To Confront Industrialized Farm Lobby
Germany's opposition Greens have set their sights on nutrition that avoids mass livestock farming. They have accused Chancellor Angela Merkel's government of giving agriculturalized industry an unrestrained free run. Seven hundred delegates at the Greens' annual conference in Hamburg voted by a larg...
16:19 Outspoken Turkish Journalist Mehmet Baransu Released After Detention
Taraf daily journalist Mehmet Baransu, who is known for his strong criticisms of the government, was briefly detained on Saturday.Counterterrorism units from the Istanbul Police Department detained the journalist at his home. He was taken to the Ēaglayan Courthouse after a medical check-up. It was n...
Pro-Armenian Forces In Turkey Can't Make People Forget Their History - MHP Pro-Armenian Forces In Turkey Can't Make People Forget Their History - MHP
Pro-Armenian forces in Turkey will never be able to make the people forget their history.
16:01 Bomb Blasts Kill Five, Injure 21 In Baghdad
At least five people were killed and 21 others were injured in three different bomb attacks in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad.
13:46 Al-Shabaab Claim Kenya Bus Attack
Somalia's Al Shabaab militant group has claimed responsibility for a deadly attack on a bus in north eastern Kenya in which at least 28 people were killed.
12:18 At Least 28 Killed In Northern Kenya Bus Attack
Suspected Al-Shabaab militants attacked a public passenger bus in Mandera, northern Kenya, early Saturday, killing 28 people and injured several others, government official and police confirmed. Mandera East Deputy County Commissioner, Elvis Korir, said initial reports indicate that a team of more ...
11:51 Eleven Injured In Nightclub Shooting In Southeast Greece
Eleven people were injured Saturday in a shooting inside a nightclub in a Piraeus port district in southeastern Greece, said local police authority. Three of the injured were in serious condition, said the authority. According to early information, an unidentified gunman entered the club in Mikrol...
11:50 Roundup: Blast, Conflicts Kill 5, Wound 7 In Afghanistan
Militancy and conflicts have left at least five people dead and injured seven others since Friday night in the conflict-ridden Afghanistan, officials confirmed Saturday. In the latest violent incident, a sticky bomb targeted a car in Nangarhar's provincial capital Jalalabad city, 120 km east of the...
11:50 Ghana To Update 2015 Budget After Negotiations With IMF
The 2015 budget of the government of Ghana presented to parliament Wednesday will be updated following conclusion of negotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Ghanaian Minister of Finance Seth Terkper said here Friday. Talks with the IMF were still going on and would conclude soon, T...
Obama Immigration Orders To Protect Nearly 5 Mln In US Obama Immigration Orders To Protect Nearly 5 Mln In US
President Barack Obama invited a showdown with newly empowered Republicans in Congress, ordering far-reaching changes to the US immigration system that will protect nearly 5 million people from deportation while testing the limits of his presidential powers.

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