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06:33 Land Rights For Peru's Amazon Key In Climate Fight
Natives must gain control of titles to stave off deforestation and reduce illegal logging, activists say.
24.10.2014
23:33 Jewish S. African Activist Group Slams Israel On Gaza War
A leading Jewish South African activist group criticized Israel over the latter's recent onslaught in the blockaded Gaza Strip while remembering the lives of both Palestinian and Israeli civilians lost in the 51 day conflict.
23.10.2014
23:03 Egypt Ngo Pushes Against Forced Disappearance
An Egyptian rights group on Thursday launched a new campaign to trace Egyptians disappeared in the past few years and also lobby against the forced disappearance of Egyptians.
23.10.2014
19:18 4 Killed As Army Supporters, Militias Clash In Benghazi
Four people were killed and a number of others injured in Thursday clashes between armed pro army protesters and members of Libya's Islamist Ansar al Sharia militia in Benghazi's Zouaoua neighborhood.
23.10.2014
18:21 Judge Çiçek Gave Wiretapping Order In Dec. 17 Probe
Judge Islam Çiçek, who ruled for the release of government-affiliated suspects after the Dec. 17 graft and bribery operation, also gave the order for some of the suspects to be wiretapped during the course of the same investigation, according to a court document.Çiçek played an active role in the gr...
23.10.2014
17:18 Tunisia's Female Parliamentary Hopefuls Eye 'Better Image'
Female parliamentary candidates in Tunisia hope the country's impending legislative polls, in which women will account for over half of the registered voters, will improve the image of the role played by women in the nascent democracy.
23.10.2014
17:03 Greek Cypriot Talks On Egyptian Gas Sales May Irk Turkey
Talks aim to explore gas sales to Egypt.
23.10.2014
14:18 Egypt Court Adjourns Morsi Ittihadiya Trial To Nov. 1
An Egyptian court on Thursday adjourned to November 1 the trial of ousted president Mohamed Morsi and 14 others accused of inciting the murder of demonstrators outside Cairo's Ittihadiya presidential palace in 2012, judicial sources have said.
23.10.2014
13:48 Greek Cypriot Leader Rushed To Hospital Ahead Of Eu Summit
Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades was rushed to hospital after pro longed nose bleed on Thursday but was later released.
23.10.2014
13:33
US Welcomes Joint Working Group On Human Rights In Azerbaijan Resuming Work US Welcomes Joint Working Group On Human Rights In Azerbaijan Resuming Work
The US embassy in Azerbaijan welcomes the resumption of the Joint Working Group on Human Rights in Azerbaijan and President Ilham Aliyev’s decree to pardon prisoners, including four human rights activists.
23.10.2014
09:33
U.S Welcomes Azerbaijani President's Pardon Decree U.S Welcomes Azerbaijani President's Pardon Decree
The United States welcomes the October 17 pardon and release of four civil society activists in Azerbaijan, including Hasan Huseynli, the U.S Department of State website said Oct. 23.
23.10.2014
01:18 Evolving Drug Trade Could Turn Peru Into Crime Hub
Aggressive global effort needed as cash from cocaine lays siege to democracy, experts say.
23.10.2014
00:48 Respected Priest Says He Knows Fate Of Mexican Students
Well respected human rights activist and priest says five witnesses has recounted similar stories about the fate of the missing students.
23.10.2014
00:03 Shadowy Group Claims Cairo University Bomb Blast
A shadowy group has claimed responsibility for a Wednesday bomb blast that injured ten people near Cairo University west of the Egyptian capital.
23.10.2014
22:33 Update 3 - 10 Injured In Cairo University Bomb Blast
Ten people were injured, including six policemen, by a Wednesday bomb blast near Cairo University west of the Egyptian capital, the Interior Ministry has said.
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
19:03 Egypt's Pro-Morsi Bloc Calls For Fresh Protests
The pro Morsi National Alliance for the Defense of Legitimacy called for a week of fresh protests starting on Friday under the banner, "Bring down the regime"
22.10.2014
18:53 Disabled Citizens Demand Work "A
Disabled citizens have taken to social media to call for the application of a 25,000-person work quota in public institutions and organizations.The movement began with an informational video shared by disabled activist Nizamettin Cayir, giving information such as: “The public sector and organization...
22.10.2014
18:48 Update 2 - 10 Injured In Cairo University Bomb Blast
Ten people were injured, including six policemen, by a Wednesday bomb blast near Cairo University west of the Egyptian capital, the Interior Ministry has said.
22.10.2014
18:18 Egypt Rejects US Calls To Free Hunger-Striking Activist
An Egyptian court on Wednesday rejected an appeal by the U.S. Consulate in Cairo to release Egyptian American activist Mohamed Sultan, who is said to have been on a hunger strike for 270 days to protest his ongoing detention.
22.10.2014

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