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Aguero Takes Bayern Gifts To Seal Win, Schalke Self-Destruct At Home Aguero Takes Bayern Gifts To Seal Win, Schalke Self-Destruct At Home
Top of the group and already through, Bayern's 3-2 defeat to Manchester City still proved a thrilling game. Roberto Di Matteo's reunion with Chelsea didn't go as planned, as the home side crashed to a 5-0 defeat. For all of their early possession, Bayern found themselves a goal down midway through t...
20:00 Bomb Blast Kills 2 Soldiers In Mali
Two Malian soldiers were killed and four others injured Tuesday in a bomb blast targeting a government convoy in the northeastern town of Bourem, a security source has said.
19:45 Update 2 - 34 Killed In Twin Suicide Attacks In Nigeria's Maiduguri
At least 34 people were killed on Tuesday in twin suicide bombings that rocked the northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri, capital of restive Borno State, witnesses have said.
Fighting Boko Haram With Bows And Arrows Fighting Boko Haram With Bows And Arrows
While Islamist terror group Boko Haram uses automatic weapons and tanks against the population of Nigeria, civil defense groups armed with simple weapons are determined to defend their country. "We can become invisible – and then we fight them at close quarters, face to face," Yusuf said. He is a hu...
Germany Cuts Coal To Reach Climate Targets Germany Cuts Coal To Reach Climate Targets
Germany wants to reduce coal power to achieve its climate goal - and send a positive signal to the climate summit in Peru in early December. The government is planning new legislation. In the struggle to meet its climate targets, the German government is planning legislation to reduce CO2 emissions ...
18:00 Record Number Of Applications For Mining Jobs
The number of people who have applied for jobs at a coal mine in Turkey's Zonguldak province was more than 26 times higher than the number of available positions, a record figure despite the deadliest mine accidents in Turkey's history taking place this year. The state-run Turkish Hard Coal Enterpri...
18:00 Turkey Receives 33.5 Mln Visitors In 10 Months
The number of foreign visitors to Turkey in the first 10 months of the year totaled 33.53 million, up 5.57 percent compared to the same period last year, government data showed on Tuesday. Foreign visitors to Turkey rose 1.09 percent year-on-year in October, to 3.44 million people, Tourism Ministry...
17:57 Court Rejects Indictment Against Soma Disaster Suspects
The Akhisar High Criminal Court on Tuesday rejected an indictment by a prosecutor implicating 45 people in connection with a mining disaster in Soma that claimed 301 lives on May 13. Commenting on the court's decision, Manisa Bar President Zeynel Balkiz said: "We previously stated that the indictmen...
17:56 Pro-Government Media Rocked By Top-Level Dismissals
Editors-in-chief of a pro-government media group were sacked on Monday in a mass purge, a move which many believe represents a reckoning within the media group carried out under the auspices of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, given that the owner of the media group is a man known for his personal lo...
17:49 TÜBITAK Scolded For Hiding That Olympiad Medal Winners Were From Hizmet Schools
The president and members of the government have scolded the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBITAK) for not revealing that the majority of medal winners at two recent scholastic olympiad events were students from schools affiliated with the Hizmet movement, the Taraf daily...
17:49 Deputy PM Criticizes HDP For 'Discrediting' PKK Leader
Deputy Prime Minister and government spokesperson Bülent Arinç on Monday criticized the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) and accused it of discrediting Abdullah Öcalan, the incarcerated leader of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), stating that HDP deputies were making demands Öcalan had no knowledge...
17:47 Greek, Serbian Basketball Fans To Come To Istanbul After Stabbing Death
Reactions to the fatal stabbing of Red Star Belgrade fan Marko Ivkovic before the basketball team's Nov. 21 Euroleague game with Galatasaray are in danger of spinning out of control, with Greek and Serbian fans planning to make their presence known in Turkey.The news of Ivkovic's death outside Istan...
17:47 Court Discusses Omnibus Law Limiting Publication Of 'Risale-I Nur'
The Constitutional Court discussed a new omnibus law that prevents the publication of the “Risale-i Nur” collection written by prominent Islamic scholar Bediüzzaman Said Nursi on Monday following an application for the nullification of the law by the Republican People's Party (CHP) on Nov. 12.The om...
When Will Iran Be Able To Increase Gas Exports? When Will Iran Be Able To Increase Gas Exports?
Sitting on the world’s biggest natural gas reserves, the Iranian government requested last week from Turkmenistan to increase gas delivery to Iran by 6 million cubic meters per day (mcmpd) to 30 mcmpd to avoid gas shortage in upcoming winter.
16:30 Kenyans Rally In Nairobi To Protest Insecurity
Hundreds of Kenyans on Tuesday demonstrated outside President Uhuru Kenyatta's office in Nairobi to protest what they describe as the government's failure to contain growing insecurity.
16:29 Bosnia Marks Statehood Day As Serb Entity Ignores It
Streets of Sarajevo decorated with flags as people celebrate in Bosnian capital.
16:15 Plo Slams Israel's 'Jewish State' Bill
The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) has strongly condemned an Israeli government decision to approve a bill that would enshrine Israel's status as a "Jewish state" in Israeli law.
Schäuble Denies Crisis Talk In Budget Debate Schäuble Denies Crisis Talk In Budget Debate
Germany's finance minister, Wolfgang Schäuble, has dismissed talk of an impending economic downturn in a parliamentary debate on Germany's budget. Opponents claim his focus on no new debt is hurting the economy. German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble defended his government's rigid budgetary poli...
15:47 Turkey's Pro-Gov't Editors Sacked In Mass Purge
Editors at some of Turkey's pro-government media outlets were sacked in a mass purge on Monday, with observers pointing to an internal reckoning within the country's pro-government media constellation.The largest purge took place at Star Media Group, owned by one of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Er...
15:45 Palestinian Govt Decries Israeli Violence Against Women
The Palestinian government on Tuesday launched a campaign to resist "Israeli violence against Palestinian women" to coincide with the UN's International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

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