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Video shows US police firing 46 times at black man
Video shows US police firing 46 times at black man
The video, released by the American Civil Liberties Union, accompanies an interview with the mother of mentally-ill Milton Hall, who was shot by eight officers in 2012 for refusing to drop his pocketknife
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Turkish paper marbling included in UNESCO cultural list

Art of 'Ebru' is the 12th cultural specialty from Turkey to be listed by UNESCO

Fascinating story of Turkey's first Chinese restaurant

The Wang family arrived in Istanbul in 1955 with his eight children. Wang began work as a lecturer for Chinese but with the low salary decided to open...

University of Texas acquires archives of Garc a M rquez

The archives span more than 50 years and include original manuscripts for 10 books as well as more than 2,000 pieces of correspondence

Buganda Palace Witness to a long history dark days

The compound which long served as the capital of the Buganda Kingdom, has also been the site of horrific atrocities.

Historic Macedonian mosque not to be reconstructed

The site has been sold to a Greek company so that they can construct a hotel and rebuild the former officer’s club.

The ancient kingdom of Buganda's unwritten constitution

Under Buganda's unwritten constitution, everything belongs to the king, who is locally known as "Kabaka."

NATO's essential contradiction

It had been forgotten that the powers, which form the Western Alliance as a military strategic and ideological design, are formed from countries...

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Ukraine re-elects Yatsenyuk as prime minister

Ukraine re-elects Yatsenyuk as prime minister

Cabinet set to be selected after Arseniy Yatsenyuk wins support of majority of lawmakers

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Corruption claims delay Tanzania ratification of Nile deal

Corruption claims delay Tanzania ratification of Nile deal

A controversy surfaced recently after the Public Account Committee (PAC) released a report accusing senior government officials of having fraudulently authorized payment of at least $122 million of public funds to a private company

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Turkologists meet for Kabardino-Balkaria people

Turkologists meet for Kabardino-Balkaria people

300 Turkologists have come together in honour of the Kabardino-Balkaria people in Moscow.

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Western media websites hacked by Syrian Electronic Army

Western media websites hacked by Syrian Electronic Army

Among those hit were the London newspapers Daily Telegraph, Independent and Evening Standard, which reported that other news organisations had also been targeted.

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Tropical fly-borne illness reported near Damascus - WHO

Tropical fly-borne illness reported near Damascus - WHO

The outbreak of myiasis, also known as screw worm, stems from deteriorating water and sanitation conditions.

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Turkish paper marbling included in UNESCO cultural list

Turkish paper marbling included in UNESCO cultural list

Art of 'Ebru' is the 12th cultural specialty from Turkey to be listed by UNESCO

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West struggles with Russia's 'ambiguous warfare' tactics

West struggles with Russia's 'ambiguous warfare' tactics

Military experts say Russia's unconventional strategy on its western flank, especially in non-NATO member Ukraine, is proving remarkably effective

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