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German authorities undecided about radical Salafist preachers

mams in Germany have long tended to be older men who preach primarily in Turkish or Arabic. Now, though, officials are worried about a new breed of cleric: young, dynamic and followers of a radical brand of Islam. Their adherents are growing

German military inspectors to be allowed contact with parliament

The Defence Ministry has failed in its attempt to prevent the inspectors of the military services from having contact with the Bundestag, as the on-line edition of Mitteldeutsche Zeitung reported, referring to Rainer Arnold, defence policy s

Troops wounded in Afghanistan suffer "dire" care deficit, says German tabloid

Berlin -Is the Bundeswehr [German Federal Armed Forces] paying too little heed to the adversities to which our troops in Afghanistan are being exposed? In a report to the Federal Defence Ministry rated as secret (and seen by Bild newspaper)

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The chairman of the Independent Commission for Supervision of the Implementation of the Constitution [ICSIC] says President Karzai has supported the consultative decision taken by this commission and

Afghan watchdog backs electoral tribunal's decision to

The chairman of the Independent Commission for Supervision of the

Three groups of countries which may react to the implementation of Iran's outlook would be consisting of America, Britain and Israel, European Union, and Syria and China, ILNA (Iranian Labour News

Senior official says USA, Britain to react to Iran's

Three groups of countries which may react to the implementation of Iran's

Beirut: Today, the regime of Bashar al-Assad is freely using surveillance equipment over a network provided by Area SpA to spy on [its fellow] citizens. So claims a Lebanon-exiled Syrian hacker who,

Italian software company abets Syrian authorities'

Beirut: Today, the regime of Bashar al-Assad is freely using surveillance

The US has denied Wednesday [13 July] that it backed Lebanon's version of maritime border demarcation with Israel submitted to the UN last August. Earlier this week Haaretz newspaper reported that

USA denies endorsing Lebanese version of maritime

The US has denied Wednesday [13 July] that it backed Lebanon's version of

Montserrat is set to dig deeper towards an economic windfall it is hoping to gain by exploiting geothermal energy from the active volcano that has laid waste to two-thirds of the island. The British

Montserrat invites geothermal energy developers

Montserrat is set to dig deeper towards an economic windfall it is hoping to

Italian utility Enel has finalized the sale of its Bulgarian thermal power plant, Maritsa East Three, to US fund Contour Global. The sale went through on Tuesday [29 June] in Vienna, consultant on

Italian firm sells 73-per-cent stake in Bulgarian

Italian utility Enel has finalized the sale of its Bulgarian thermal power

The number of websites on the mainland almost halved last year, an official think tank says - but it denies a clampdown by the authorities is mainly to blame. The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences'

Hong Kong paper reports 41 per cent Chinese websites

The number of websites on the mainland almost halved last year, an official

Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinezhad has criticized Western sanctions against his country, saying that they will not be able to impede Iran's progress. The main purpose of those who sanctioned Iran

Iranian economy developing despite Western sanctions

Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinezhad has criticized Western sanctions against

The last decade has seen an increase in the number of Malaysians taking up eco-friendly practices and ways of life. Malaysians have become increasingly aware of the environment and the potential

Eco-friendly trends in Malaysia

The last decade has seen an increase in the number of Malaysians taking up

China pledged on Friday [15 July] it will abide by World Trade Organization rules and apply same policies to both domestic and overseas companies in rare earth production, processing and export.

China to abide by WTO rules in rare earth production

China pledged on Friday [15 July] it will abide by World Trade Organization

Everyone knows that one can earn on shares when the price goes up. Today you buy shares for one lat and sell them tomorrow for 1.5 lats per piece. The difference of 0.5 lats per share is the

Latvian commentary questions accession to

Everyone knows that one can earn on shares when the price goes up. Today you

The Jordan Atomic Energy Commission (JAEC) received on Thursday [30 June] technical offers for the establishment of a nuclear energy plant within Jordan's nuclear programme. JAEC Deputy Chairman

Jordanian atomic energy body receives offers for

The Jordan Atomic Energy Commission (JAEC) received on Thursday [30 June]

As part of its plan to deploy a two-layer ballistic missile defence system, India on Friday [10 February] successfully test-fired its indigenously developed supersonic interceptor missile from the

India "successfully" tests indigenously

As part of its plan to deploy a two-layer ballistic missile defence system,

The number of Internet users was up 1,750 per cent in Turkey in the last decade. According to International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the number of Internet users reached 35m from 2m in the last

Turkey says number of Internet users reaches 35m

The number of Internet users was up 1,750 per cent in Turkey in the last

A partner of CDH Investments recently disclosed that the company was now raising a venture fund totaling USD 300 million-350 million and would finish funding before the end of this year. The new fund

CDH Investments to Raise USD350mn New Fund

A partner of CDH Investments recently disclosed that the company was now

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