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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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Film week in Greece marks 100 years of Turkish cinema

Event held by non-profit film archive witnesses screenings of Turkish classics

The symbol of struggle against racism Imam Harun

Imam Harun’s fight against racism has deep repercussions not only in South Africa but also in the rest of the continent.

The personification of Islamic cause Ismail Gaspirali

İsmail Gaspıralı, the leading thinker, journalist and politician was born in Bahçesaray, a Crimean town in 1851

A Millenial work by Ibn Sina published in Turkish

Millenial work by Ibn Sina were published in Turkish as a five-volume collection

Longest poem from antiquity found in Turkey

In Turkey 121 verses poem, assumed the longest, found during an archeolgical research among the remains of inscriptions

Ottoman movie sector kicked off in 1896 says scholar

The footages have offered significant insights about the socio-economic and political atmosphere of that time

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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13 Morsi backers sentenced to prison in Egypt

13 Morsi backers sentenced to prison in Egypt

Prosecutors had earlier accused the 16 defendants of involvement in violence, riots and attacks on policemen following Morsi's ouster in July last year.

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Russia wins court approval to seize Bashneft

Russia wins court approval to seize Bashneft

Moscow's Arbitration Court ruled in favour of prosecutors who said Bashneft was unlawfully sold to local authorities in the early 2000s before being sold in 2009 to oil-to-telecoms conglomerate Sistema

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CAIR warns U S mosque leaders about FBI questioning

CAIR warns U.S. mosque leaders about FBI questioning

CAIR says it has received reports from around the nation of mosque officials being asked to meet with FBI agents and then being pressed to inform on members of their congregations.

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Apple pursuing Iranian market new report claims

Apple pursuing Iranian market, new report claims

Sources say Apple is talking to distributors about selling iPhones in Iran.

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Saudi Arabia finds six new MERS cases as outbreak grows

Saudi Arabia finds six new MERS cases as outbreak grows

The recent surge in cases, now numbering 32 since the start of October, has been focused in Riyadh and the western city of Taif

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Film week in Greece marks 100 years of Turkish cinema

Film week in Greece marks 100 years of Turkish cinema

Event held by non-profit film archive witnesses screenings of Turkish classics

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In France kebabs get wrapped up in identity politics

In France, kebabs get wrapped up in identity politics

National Front candidates across the country criticised the rise of kebab shops, with one coining the phrase that France was undergoing a "kebabisation".

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