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Video shows brutal killing during Turkey's Kobani protest
Video shows brutal killing during Turkey's Kobani protest
Video images show how three victims had been chased down and brutally killed in the recent street clashes in southern Turkey by alleged supporters of the outlawed Kurdish Workers’ Party, or the PKK.
 
quot Gaza possesses the dignity of my entire nation quot
"Gaza possesses the dignity of my entire nation"
Nisreen Zaqout, a Palestinian student from Gaza studying at Illinois College,tells an audience at the New Story Leadership normalization program about he first time she heard fear in her mother’s voice, the first time she heard her brother cry over the de
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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

Renowned Kenyan author Ali Mazrui passes away

One of the most important African specialists Ali Mazrui passed away in USA

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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Tunisia election body says expat turnout 'important'

Tunisia election body says expat turnout 'important'

Tunisians are expected to cast ballots in the elections inside Tunisia on Sunday. Around 5.2 million Tunisians, including 360,000 living outside the country, have the right to vote in the elections

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Coal shortage leads Ukraine to South Africa

Coal shortage leads Ukraine to South Africa

As pro-Russian separatists control more than half of the coal mines in Ukraine, government looks elsewhere to supply coal demand.

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Residents scrub hate messages off Canadian mosque

Residents scrub hate messages off Canadian mosque

The mosque was hit overnight with red spraypainted graffiti reading "Go home" and its windows were smashed

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Facebook new app reminiscent of Internet's early days

Facebook new app reminiscent of Internet's early days

New standalone app embraces anonymous discussion

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Middle East Respiratory Syndrome toll rises to 319

Middle East Respiratory Syndrome toll rises to 319

There are 883 confirmed cases of the deadly virus, out of which 319 people have died since 2012, the WHO says

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The symbol of struggle against racism Imam Harun

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.

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Sykes-Picot drew lines in the sand that blood is washing

Sykes-Picot drew lines in the sand that blood is washing away

Iraq, like Syria, was a consequence of World War One and of the infamous, in Arab eyes, agreement between Sir Mark Sykes and Francois-Georges Picot which led to the division of the former Ottoman Turkish domains by the two leading European powers, Britain and France

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