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22:33 Pentagon Says One Resupply Bundle Possibly In Isil Hands
State Department says two stray bundles are not reason enough to reconsider additional drops.
22.10.2014
21:20
Canadian Parliament Locked Down, One Suspect Reported Dead Canadian Parliament Locked Down, One Suspect Reported Dead
A gunman shot and wounded a soldier in Ottawa on Wednesday and then entered the country's parliament buildings chased by police, with at least 30 shots fired in dramatic scenes in the heart of the Canadian capital.
22.10.2014
20:49
Johnson&Johnson To Allocate $200 Mln To Ebola Vaccine Production Johnson&Johnson To Allocate $200 Mln To Ebola Vaccine Production
Johnson & Johnson, one of the largest US manufacturers, will commit up to 200 million dollars to produce an Ebola vaccine.
22.10.2014
20:17
Swiss Retailer Apologizes For Hitler Coffee Cream Swiss Retailer Apologizes For Hitler Coffee Cream
The Swiss retailer Migros has apologized after one of its companies sold coffee creamer capsules showing Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. The company's dairy subsidiary had produced the creamers. On Wednesday, the Swiss retailer Migros apologized for what officials called a string of errors that p...
22.10.2014
19:48 Blast Kills Pro-Haftar Soldier In Libya's Benghazi
A soldier loyal to former army chief Khalifa Haftar was killed and two others injured on Wednesday by a car bomb blast in Libya's eastern city of Benghazi, a military official has said.
22.10.2014
19:46
Lockheed Signs Missile Deal With Turkey's Roketsan Lockheed Signs Missile Deal With Turkey's Roketsan
US and Turkish armaments manufacturers have teamed up to supply cruise missiles for a US fighter program. The F-35 is one of the costliest arms programs ever. Lockheed Martin, the American defense contractor, said Wednesday it has signed an agreement with Turkish missile manufacturer Roketsan to pro...
22.10.2014
19:35 Bodrum Becomes Russian Billionaire Abramovich's Favorite Haunt
After shuttling back and forth between Greek islands and Turkey's tourist destination of Bodrum's bays, the giant yacht of Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich "Eclipse" anchored in Bodrum again.
22.10.2014
19:18 Israel Detains 9 Palestinian Women Outside Al-Aqsa
The guard, who asked not to be named, told Anadolu Agency that he knew the families of two of the detained women.
22.10.2014
19:17
WHO: TB One Of World's Deadliest Infectious Diseases WHO: TB One Of World's Deadliest Infectious Diseases
The World Health Organization has called tuberculosis one of the world's deadliest diseases. In 2013, TB killed 1.5 million people worldwide.
22.10.2014
18:57 Syria Claims It Downed ISIL Jets As Kobani Fighting Continues
The Syrian air force shot down two fighter jets belonging to the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) last week, Syrian Information Minister Omran Zoabi was quoted as saying in foreign media reports, as the extremist group continues to shell the Syrian border town of Kobani. Referring to a S...
22.10.2014
18:57 3 Denver Girls Reportedly En Route To Turkey Detained, Sent Home
Three teenage girls from Denver who had been missing since last week and were reported to be traveling to Turkey were picked up in Germany and sent back home, US officials said on Tuesday.Voice of America, a US government news outlet, reported earlier this week that one of the girls told German auth...
22.10.2014
18:53 University Student Suspected Of Having Ebola Quarantined In Izmir
A university student, H.Ö., was quarantined after arriving at a hospital in the western province of Izmir on Tuesday, after medical personnel learned he had visited Somalia one month ago, causing them to suspect him of carrying the deadly Ebola virus. The 20-year-old Dokuz Eylül University student w...
22.10.2014
18:53 Ortayli: 50 Years From Now, People Will Curse These Days
Ilber Ortayli, a leading Turkish historian, has said he has no hope for the future of Istanbul, as ongoing deforestation and unchecked urbanization continue to destroy the city. Speaking to Hürriyet daily columnist Ahmet Hakan in an exclusive interview on Wednesday, Ortayli said mega construction pr...
22.10.2014
18:48 Two Soliders, Five Militants Killed In Pakistan
Two civilians have also been killed and 10 others injured in a separate mortar attack in northwestern Pakistan's Khyber Agency tribal area.
22.10.2014
18:39 French Cultural Center Hosting Exhibition On Battle Of Gallipoli
The French Cultural Center in Istanbul is currently hosting an exhibition featuring postcards French soldiers sent to their families and acquaintances from Bozcaaada during the Battle of Gallipoli, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of World War I. On view until Dec. 10, the show “Burasi Sakin...
22.10.2014
18:37 Families Offered Money To Withdraw Complaints Over Elevator Accident
The father of one of 10 workers killed in an elevator accident last month at the construction site of a high-rise residential building in Istanbul has said the construction company offered to give TL 700,000 to the families of the victims if they withdrew the complaints they had filed. Selim Tatoglu...
22.10.2014
18:23 Besiktas Takes On Partizan Away, Trabzon Hosts Lokeren In Europa
Besiktas has everything but a win in the Europa League and the winless Black Eagles are hoping to turn the tables in the group stage with a victory over Serbian side FK Partizan on match day three after picking up two draws, while Trabzonspor entertains Lokeren on Thursday night.Slaven Bilic's Besik...
22.10.2014
18:20
Vaccine Push: Large Ebola Vaccine Trials Could Begin In January, WHO Says Vaccine Push: Large Ebola Vaccine Trials Could Begin In January, WHO Says
The World Health organization is hot on the heels of an Ebola vaccine. The two most promising candidates are now being tested in humans. But there is still a possibility that the vaccines could fail. There is a basic rule in the pharmaceutical industry: developing an effective vaccine or drug takes ...
22.10.2014
18:19
Opinion: Transatlantic Trust Only Goes So Far Opinion: Transatlantic Trust Only Goes So Far
John Kerry's visit to Berlin 25 years after the fall of the Wall highlighted the crucial role transatlantic ties played earlier and can play today. But to fulfill that promise, controversial issues can't be glossed over. If you expected headline grabbing global news from US Secretary of State John K...
22.10.2014
18:18 Ukraine Accuses Separatists Of Using Cluster Munitions
Two days after Human Rights Watch accuses Ukraine of using cluster munitions, Kiev blames pro Russian separatists for the same thing.
22.10.2014

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