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NATO: Ukraine Used Ballistic Missiles NATO: Ukraine Used Ballistic Missiles
NATO tells DW reports are correct that the Ukrainain army has been using ballistic missiles against pro-Russian separatists in the country's east. But Kyiv denies these reports. NATO has confirmed to DW a report by US news channel CNN, according to which the Ukrainian army has used short-range balli...
02.08.2014
22:16
'Major Reform Challenges' Await Indonesia's Jokowi 'Major Reform Challenges' Await Indonesia's Jokowi
For Indonesia's new president, winning was just the beginning. Joko Widodo will face a myriad of political issues, including narrowing the wealth gap and providing affordable healthcare, analyst Gregory Poling tells DW. Indonesia's president elect, Joko "Jokowi" Widodo, is still waiting for a decisi...
01.08.2014
21:47
WTO Faces Uncertain Future After Indian Veto WTO Faces Uncertain Future After Indian Veto
New Delhi's decision to block a global trade facilitation pact has not only jeopardized multilateral negotiations, but also put the future of the global trade body at risk in its present form. Seven months after reaching an initial trade deal, which was hailed as a landmark moment in the organizatio...
01.08.2014
21:46
High Hopes For Jokowi To Tackle Haze Pollution High Hopes For Jokowi To Tackle Haze Pollution
Indonesia's president-elect has reportedly backed Singapore's proposed stiffer fines for haze causers. But given sovereignty issues involved, experts urge Jakarta to proactively take on investigating and policing. On July 30, Sonny Keraf, a former Indonesian environment minister and adviser to presi...
01.08.2014
19:05
Georgia Ready To Join NATO Right Now, FM Says Georgia Ready To Join NATO Right Now, FM Says
Georgia is ready to join NATO right now, the country’s Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidze said on August 1.
01.08.2014
18:48 Aa Chief Condemns Israel After Staff Injured In Gaza
In a letter, Kemal Ozturk urges Israeli PM Netanyahu to ensure the protection of journalists in Gaza.
01.08.2014
16:40 Roundup: More Than 240 Killed In Afghan Conflicts In July
by Farid Behbud The Taliban-led attacks and conflicts claimed more than 240 lives while leaving over 200 others injured in July, a little lower when compared with nearly 290 and 300 for June, respectively. The bloodiest attack occurred on July 15 when a suicide truck bombing targeted bazaar of Urg...
01.08.2014
16:36 More Int'l Observers, Experts Arrive For Audit Of Afghan Runoff Polls
More international observers and experts arrived on Friday in Afghan capital of Kabul to take part in the audit process of presidential runoff elections. "The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) welcomes the deployment of professional international observers and UN experts ahea...
01.08.2014
15:28 'Give Your Understanding And Then Try To Understand'
Understanding is necessary in any cross-cultural encounter.Whether you are a Westerner living abroad or working in a multicultural setting, understanding is the key to a positive experience and success. I can't help but wonder what Turks think of foreigners. It is not unusual for my Turkish neighbor...
01.08.2014
15:26 What A Reasonable State Should Do
Turkey, as a NATO member located in one of the most volatile regions of the world -- i.e., just north of the Middle East -- is expected to produce constructive policies to help ease conflicts. The more-than-three-year civil war in Syria as well as the recent resurgence of Israel's brutal assault on ...
01.08.2014
12:23
Greece Evacuates Embassy Staff, Foreign Nationals From Libya Greece Evacuates Embassy Staff, Foreign Nationals From Libya
Greece safely evacuated embassy staff and more than one hundred Chinese and European nationals from Libya early on Friday with a navy frigate sailing back to the Greek port of Piraeus, its defence ministry said.
01.08.2014
12:23
Libya Hospitals Face Collapse If Asian Staff Flee Libya Hospitals Face Collapse If Asian Staff Flee
Libya has warned of a "total collapse" of its health care system as the chaos plaguing the country threatens to send into flight many of the Filipino and Indian staff on whom its hospitals depend.
01.08.2014
20:17
Young Jews In Germany Fear For Their Safety Young Jews In Germany Fear For Their Safety
With an increasing rate of anti-Semitic demonstrations and violence, some young German Jews no longer feel safe in their home country. Many are starting to wonder what the future holds for them. "At the moment I virtually feel like I'm the foreign minister of Israel," says Eliott Reich, 22, a studen...
31.07.2014
18:03 NATO Unprepared For Russian Threats, Say British Mps
A committee of British MPs warn: "NATO is currently not well prepared for a Russian threat against a NATO member state"
31.07.2014
11:03 NATO Calls Russia To Stand By Treaty
NATO called Russia on Thursday to abide by the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, known as INF.
31.07.2014
08:03
Tunisia Army Chief Of Staff Resigns Tunisia Army Chief Of Staff Resigns
Tunisia army chief of staff resigns.
31.07.2014
01:47
Snowden's Future Between Asylum And Amnesty Snowden's Future Between Asylum And Amnesty
What will happen to Edward Snowden after a year of asylum in Russia? He is apparently negotiating his return. But the Ukraine crisis is decreasing Obama's room for maneuver and the US media interest is diminishing. In light of the very tense relationship between Russia and the US, the Snowden case i...
31.07.2014
17:03 Tunisia Army Chief Of Staff Resigns
Tunisia's army chief of staff Gen. Mohamed Salah Hamdi has resigned, the Defense Ministry said Wednesday.
30.07.2014
23:47
US Joins EU In Imposing Broader Sanctions On Russia US Joins EU In Imposing Broader Sanctions On Russia
Russia has now been slapped with additional sanctions by the United States. The world power joins the EU in levying harsher bans which target Russia's energy, arms and finance sectors. Speaking to reporters at the White House on Tuesday, US President Barack Obama said Washington and its EU partners ...
29.07.2014
21:18
India's WTO Veto May Scupper Global Trade Deal India's WTO Veto May Scupper Global Trade Deal
With the deadline to ratify a global trade facilitation deal fast approaching, New Delhi's decision to block the agreement has drawn widespread criticism - not only from developed nations, but also from developing ones. It was hailed as a historic deal that would give a thrust to world commerce and ...
29.07.2014

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