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Turkey condemns Israeli ground operation in Gaza ISLAMABAD: Turkey's foreign ministry announced its unease over the Israeli's launching of the ground operation in Gaza on Thursday."We condemn the Israel ground operation in Gaza, right after its inhuman air attacks," Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu announced on his Twitter account on Friday.Davutoglu said he talked to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, and Turkey will call for an emergency meeting over Israeli military intervention to the UN Security Council, the Organization of the Islamic Conference and the UN Commission on Human Rights, Anadolu Agency reported.He also spoke with US Secretary of State John Kerry and the General Secretary of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, Iyad Madani, to discuss the halting of the ground operation as soon as possible."We expect a call from all countries to ask for a stop to Israel's lawlessness," Davutoglu said.The ground operation caused anxiety over other Turkish politicians too. Turkish Parliament Speaker Cemil Cicek also ...

Ukraine separatist leader blames Kiev for downing plane MOSCOW: Separatist leader Aleksander Borodai blamed the downing of a Malaysian passenger airliner in eastern Ukraine on the country's government forces."Apparently, it's a passenger airliner indeed, truly shot down by the Ukrainian Air Force," Borodai told Russia's state-run Rossiya 24 TV broadcaster.Kiev denied the involvement of Ukraine's armed forces.Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
US urges 'immediate ceasefire' in Ukraine WASHINGTON: The United States called Thursday for an "immediate ceasefire" in Ukraine to ensure a proper investigation into a Malaysian airliner apparently shot down over the country's rebel-held eastern region.President Barack Obama earlier joined stunned world leaders in calling for a "credible and unimpeded" international inquiry to determine the causes of a disaster with the potential to further fan the flames of the worst East-West crisis since the Cold War."It is critical that there be ...
EU leaders make no progress on top jobs BRUSSELS: EU leaders were making no progress on Wednesday as sharp differences surfaced over who should get the top jobs to steer the bloc over the next five years.Looming ever larger at the summit, the Ukraine crisis was making the choice of a successor to Britain's Catherine Ashton as head of the EU's foreign affairs arm even more sensitive.Without a deal on this key position, a decision about who should be president of the European ...
Macedonia moves to ban same-sex marriages SKOPJE: Macedonian lawmakers on Wednesday voted in favour of changing the constitution to explicitly ban same-sex marriages.Two thirds of politicians in the national assembly agreed to support a proposal by the conservative government, which would define marriage exclusively as "a union between a man and a woman".The government now has ten days to draft the amendment, which would be presented again to the 123-seat parliament for approval.Ilija Dimovski, a lawmaker from the ruling VMRO-DPMNE party, ...
Global AIDS can be controlled by 2030- United Nations LONDON: The United Nations said on Wednesday new HIV infections and deaths from AIDS were decreasing, making it possible to control the epidemic by 2030 and eventually end it “in every region, in every country”. “More than ever before, there is hope that ending AIDS is possible. However, a business-as-usual approach or simply sustaining the AIDS response at its current pace cannot end the epidemic,” the UN AIDS programme UNAIDS said in a global report. ...
EU leaders to haggle over top jobs BRUSSELS: EU leaders get down to serious haggling Wednesday over top jobs in the bloc, particularly on who will lead the high-profile foreign affairs arm as the bloc faces deepening crises in Ukraine and the Middle East.With Jean-Claude Juncker confirmed Tuesday by the European Parliament as the next head of the Commission, the specially called summit will also focus on the leadership of the European Council, which represents the bloc's 28 political leaders and sets ...


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