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22:33 Peshmerga Convoy In Turkey On Its Way To Kobani
Peshmerga troops are heading to Kobani, where fierce clashes between ISIL and Kurdish groups continue.
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22:12
Turkey To Give Afghanistan $150Mn In Development Aid Turkey To Give Afghanistan $150Mn In Development Aid
Turkey's foreign minister has promised Afghanistan $150 million in development aid over a three-year period from 2015 - one of a raft of measures Mevlut Cavusoglu said were aimed at helping the beleaguered country "back on its feet".
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21:48 Turkey Donates Ambulances To S. Africa
By Hassan Isilow.
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19:51 Cihan News Agency Diary
Cihan News Agency DiaryGMT 18:00Cihan News Agency latest on Friday October 31 2014Here are the main Video News items Cihan News Agency aims to cover todayTOP NEWSEXPECTEDDELIVEREDPESHMERGA FINALIZE PREPARATIONS: Northern Kurdish Regional Government's armed forces of Peshmarga troops completed final ...
31.10.2014
19:51 Top Security Council Vows To Protect Northern Cyprus' Rights On Drilling Row
Turkey's top security body has vowed to take every measure to protect the rights and interests of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (KKTC) when it comes to hydrocarbon drilling in the eastern Mediterranean. In a statement issued after a record 10-and-a-half-hour meeting chaired for the first ...
31.10.2014
19:51 Undercover Police Record Attendees At Remembrance Ceremony
The Erzurum National Police Department has added another level to the illegal profiling practices of the Turkish state by assigning undercover police officers to make video recordings of people attending a remembrance ceremony commemorating the Prophet Muhammad in Turkey's eastern Erzurum province. ...
31.10.2014
19:46
Ebola Threatens Africa's Tourism Industry Ebola Threatens Africa's Tourism Industry
Canceled trips and frightened tourists - the Ebola crisis is now also affecting Africa's tourism industry. Travelers avoid not only the Ebola-stricken countries but the entire continent. The beach so white, the sea so blue, wild animals close enough to touch – but despite all the efforts by travel a...
31.10.2014
19:18 Five Receive Jail Terms In Turkey's Firedamp Probe
A Turkish court concluded the case over the death of 30 miners in northwestern Turkey, acquitting 23 out of 28 suspects.
31.10.2014
19:17
Poor Disaster Management Makes India And Pakistan Vulnerable Poor Disaster Management Makes India And Pakistan Vulnerable
Cyclone Nilofar has lost much of its intensity and is unlikely to cause much damage in the coastal areas along the Arabian Sea, but a lack of disaster preparedness in India and Pakistan has raised many serious questions. From a "severe tropical cyclone," Nilofar abated to "severe" by Friday, October...
31.10.2014
19:12
Turkey Hopes For Fair Position Of France In Issue Of 1915 Events Turkey Hopes For Fair Position Of France In Issue Of 1915 Events
Ankara hopes that France will be on the side of justice in the issue of the 1915 events.
31.10.2014
19:03 Turkey Will Not Accept 'De Facto' Borders In Iraq, Syria
We cannot accept de facto borders neither in Iraq nor in Syria, Turkish President Erdogan says.
31.10.2014
19:03 Turkey To Give Afghanistan $150Mn In Development Aid
Turkey's foreign minister says donation comes as one of a raft of measures to help country 'back on its feet'
31.10.2014
18:51 Peshmarga Finalizes Preparations Ahead Of Entering Kobani
Northern Kurdish Regional Government's armed forces of Peshmarga troops completed final preparations in Turkey's Sanliurfa province on Friday before crossing into besieged Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani to fight against Islamic State in Iraq and The Levant (ISIL).KRG 's Peshmarga troops consisting of...
31.10.2014
17:48 Pitella: Winning In Kobani Against Isil Is Symbolic
Leader of Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in European Parlliament, Gianni Pitella, finished two day visit to Turkey in Ankara on Thursday.
31.10.2014
17:48 Turkey Issues Travel Warning For Burkina Faso
Turkey’s foreign ministry warns against non essential travel to Burkina Faso, where the situation has deteriorated and remains unpredictable.
31.10.2014
17:22 Central Bank Raises 2014, 2015 Inflation Forecasts
Turkey's inflation will be higher than previously forecast this year and in 2015, although falling oil prices could temper its rise, the Central Bank of Turkey said on Friday, pledging to keep policy tight until the inflation outlook improves. Presenting the bank's quarterly inflation report, Govern...
31.10.2014
17:22 Turkey's Trade Gap Narrows By 8.4 Percent In September
The foreign trade deficit fell by 8.4 percent in September compared to the same month of the previous year to reach $6.93 billion, a report released by the Turkish Statistics Institute (TurkStat) indicated on Friday. The figure was $7.65 billion in September of last year. According to the data, wh...
31.10.2014
17:03 Turkish Central Bank: Structural Reforms Necessary
Turkey's central bank says strengthening structural reforms would support macroeconomic stability in the country.
31.10.2014
17:03 Moody's: Turkish Mortgage Covered Bonds Mostly Risk-Resistant
Moody's says lending practices in Turkey resistant to most macro risks.
31.10.2014
16:46
#Speciesoftheweek - The Salamander #Speciesoftheweek - The Salamander
The populations of salamanders in Europe have collapsed recently. Now researchers are certain that a fungus is responsible. The problem could become global. Salamanders, our #speciesoftheweek Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans, that's the name of the fungus, can typically be found on the skin of Asia...
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