Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Just a seventh of scientists in Japan are female, government figures show -- a record high rate for the country, despite being the lowest rate of any developed nation.
Reports about torture and abuse in the UAE of British nationals raises the specter of high profile Gulf acquisitions
Istanbul recorded the biggest jump in Chicago-based consulting firm AT Kearney’s latest index on the cities with the greatest global appeal, rising to 28th
Twitter officials have met Turkish President Gül’s advisers following comprehensive talks in Ankara. ‘Common ground’ has been found, according to the semi-official Anadolu Agency
The UN climate chief on Sunday called on governments to take bold steps to tame carbon emissions
Popular approval for French President Francois Hollande has hit a new low of 18 percent, far below the 58 percent for his new Prime Minister Manuel Valls, an opinion poll showed Sunday.
France's foreign minister met with Cuban President Raul Castro on Saturday during the first visit to the island by such a high-ranking French official in 31 years
Journalist Ahmet Şık is to be awarded with the prestigious Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize by UNESCO
The US accused Russia of sending its agents to stoke a flaring secession crisis in eastern Ukraine that Moscow itself conceded could spill over into civil war
NATO's chief on Tuesday warned Russia against intervening further in Ukraine, urging Moscow to "step back" after pro-Kremlin militants seized government buildings in several cities in the east.
Rwanda holds solemn commemorations for the 20th anniversary of the genocide in which 800,000 died, overshadowed by renewed claims France was complicit in the killings
Category: MUSTAFA AYDIN
International politics could be likened sometimes to a poker game, in which players (i.e. states) mostly use their abilities, rather than their chances to beat others.
Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain both gained convincing victories on Wednesday in their respective Champions League quarter-final first leg matches
Hollande named the tough-talking Interior Minister Manuel Valls as his new prime minister after the elections debacle
Washington's top diplomat wrapped up a lightning Israel visit Tuesday but was expected to return within 24 hours
Istanbul’s Galeri Nev is getting set to host “Now,” an exhibition of new works by artist Selçuk Demirel between April 4 and May 3.
The number of Russian troops deployed on the border with Ukraine is decreasing, a Ukrainian Defence Ministry official said on Monday
President Francois Hollande will make a televised statement on his government after a local poll drubbing for his party handed the far-right victory in a record number of French towns.
The world has come to a fork in the road on climate change, the UN's climate chief said Monday after a new expert report warned starkly about the consequences of inaction.
Eurozone inflation fell to the lowest rate since October 2009 amid escalating concerns about the dangers of deflation, adding to pressure on European Central Bank ahead of a key meeting
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