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01:03 Freed Presidential Aide Leaves Yemen For Saudi Arabia
Yemen's presidential chief of staff Ahmad Awad bin Mubarak left for Saudi Arabia late Wednesday, two days after his release by the Shiite Houthi group, a government source has said.
30.01.2015
22:54
Top Five Questions For Part Two Of 2014/15 Bundesliga Season Top Five Questions For Part Two Of 2014/15 Bundesliga Season
The Bundesliga is back and as we restart the season, there are a number of questions that need to be answered by the 18 top-flight clubs. Here are our top five most pressing issues in Germany's top division. Will Bayern stay unbeaten? After failing to lose in the first half of the 2014/15 Bundesliga...
29.01.2015
21:03 Philippine Rebels Sign Landmark Arms Handover Deal
Government and Moro Islamic Liberation Front sign historic protocol.
29.01.2015
20:46
End Of Austerity In The EU? End Of Austerity In The EU?
Just as austerity advocates say reforms are bearing fruit, fears are growing in northern Europe that parties imitating Greece's Syriza may threaten the consolidation consensus. Is the EU about to reject austerity? Many European governments see Alexis Tsipras' electoral victory in Greece as an accide...
29.01.2015
19:47
Southern US Community College Students Cautious About Funding Promises Southern US Community College Students Cautious About Funding Promises
Community colleges are a first step in many Americans' higher education, but they're also a political football. DW's Gero Schliess asked students and teacher in New Orleans about calls to change the schools' funding. "Without education, what is America? Supporting education: that's America!" said Ty...
29.01.2015
19:46
Lindner: 'Ebola Crisis Is By No Means Over' Lindner: 'Ebola Crisis Is By No Means Over'
The worst Ebola virus outbreak in history has killed nearly 9,000 people. Almost of them in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. The WHO says the worst is behind but Germany's Ebola envoy says there is need for caution. DW: The World Health Organization says the number of new Ebola infections is fallin...
29.01.2015
19:03 CHP Grills Erdogan Over Ambition To Establish Presidential System
Main Opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kilišdaroglu has harshly criticized President Recep Tayyip Erdogan over his ambition to replace Turkey's current parliamentary system with a presidential one, accusing Erdogan of imposing a kind of dictatorship on Turkey by seeking the new...
29.01.2015
18:55 Poll: Most Turks Believe Erdogan Calling Shots In Gov't, Not Davutoglu
A newly released opinion poll has shown that an overwhelming majority of Turks believe President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is the one who controls all the levers of power in the government and the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) rather than Ahmet Davutoglu, who is the prime minister and t...
29.01.2015
18:50 Israel Says Turkish Criticism Inappropriate At Holocaust Memorial Service
Israel on Wednesday accused a senior Turkish official of "misusing" a Holocaust commemoration to criticize Israeli policy, the latest exchange in a bitter row between the former allies. Turkish Parliament Speaker Cemil ăišek late on Wednesday addressed members of Turkey's tiny Jewish community and ...
29.01.2015
18:23 Metal Workers Go On Strike Over Poor Standards
Workers in the metal sector went on strike today at 20 workplaces in 10 provinces demanding better wages and working conditions after their union and employers failed to agree over a wage increase and to satisfy workers over the course of a collective bargaining period.While two other unions for met...
29.01.2015
17:53
Bleak News For Gazprom As Profits Tumble Bleak News For Gazprom As Profits Tumble
Russia's gas giant Gazprom announced on Thursday that its third quarter profits plunged 61 percent as supplies were suspended to Ukraine, one of its main customers. Gazprom's profits between July and September 2014 reached 105.7 billion rubles ($1.5 billion, 1.36 billion euros), while revenues in th...
29.01.2015
17:03 Tribesmen, Houthis Clash In E. Yemen; 2 Killed
Two tribesmen were killed on Thursday in separate clashes with Houthi militants in the eastern Maarib province, according to tribal sources and eyewitnesses.
29.01.2015
17:00
Germany To Open 16Th National Park Germany To Open 16Th National Park
Germany's newest national park is set to draw tourists with its rare butterfly and orchid species and ancient ruins. The preserved area spans two western states and will open later this year. The federal states of Rhineland-Palatinate and the Saarland, located by the French border, now share a new n...
29.01.2015
16:59
How Boko Haram Is Slowing Growth In Northern Nigeria How Boko Haram Is Slowing Growth In Northern Nigeria
Nigeria is both the biggest oil producer and home to the largest economy on the African continent. However, terrorist attacks by Boko Haram have slowed progress on renewable energy in the north of the country. Kano, Nigeria, November 14, 2014 - two Boko Haram militants drive their car into a petrol ...
29.01.2015
16:03 Turkey, Georgia Agree To Enhance Trade Ties
Turkeyĺs customs and trade minister has called for opening of more customs gates between the two countries to increase trade volume.
29.01.2015
15:57
Andy Murray Makes Final At Australian Open Andy Murray Makes Final At Australian Open
Scotsman Andy Murray has advanced to this year's Australian Open mens final after beating Tomas Berdych in Melbourne on Thursday. He now has a chance to win his third Grand Slam title. Two-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray has qualified for his fourth final in Melbourne, after beating Tomas Berdych...
29.01.2015
15:54
Stateless In Nepal - How A Patriarchal System Denies Citizenship To Millions Stateless In Nepal - How A Patriarchal System Denies Citizenship To Millions
Over four million people in Nepal are stateless as women aren't allowed to pass their citizenship onto their children. With the latest constitutional deadline passing, concerns are growing for these undocumented people. All Deepti Gurung wanted were personal identification cards for her two, young d...
29.01.2015
15:48 Football: Bayern Munich Players Injured In Training
Ribery and Rafinha out for two weeks.
29.01.2015
14:51 Around 3,000 Child Soldiers Released In South Sudan
Two hundred and eighty children were released yesterday (27 Jan) at the village of Gumuruk in Jonglei State.
29.01.2015
14:33 Rivals Agree 'In Principle' To Move Peace Talks To Libya
Libya's warring sides agree to resume peace talks in Libya following two rounds of Geneva negotiations.
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