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President-elect Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his wife Emine Erdogan gesture to supporters during a rally, in Ankara, Turkey, Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014.
AKP Party   Photos   Recep Erdogan   Turkish Election   Wikipedia: Turkish presidential election, 2014  
 Deutsche Welle 
Turkey's Erdogan aims to expand presidential power
When Recep Tayyip Erdogan was elected Turkey's new president (10.08.2014) with 52 percent of the vote, it wasn't long until the obligatory, politically correct congratulations from all over Europe tri... (photo: AP / Rasit Aydogan)
Ukrainian soldiers park their hardware on the roadside as they wait for the start of the march into the town of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014.
Photos   Russia Ukraine Relations   Russian Aid   Ukraine Crisis   Wikipedia: 2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine  
 Orange News 
Russia 'Directing Offensive In Ukraine's East'
28 August 2014, 5:52 | Russia 'Directing Offensive In Ukraine's East' | Tweet | The United States has claimed that Russia is directing a counter offensive in support of pro-Moscow rebels in eastern Uk... (photo: AP / Sergei Grits)
Evan Webb, left, and Erik Yablou harvest organic potatoes, Wednesday, July 23, 2008, at Piedmont Biofarm in Pittsboro, N.C.. FoodLogiQ is working with farmers and distributors to incorporate a tracking system that will identify the specific farm where the food is produced. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)  Canberra Times 
Climate change may disrupt global food system within a decade, World Bank says
Tough conditions likely to get tougher for many. Photo: Getty Images | The world is headed "down a dangerous path" with disruption of the food system possible within a decade as climate chan... (photo: AP / Gerry Broome)
Climate Change   Food System   Greenhouse Gas   Photos   Wikipedia: World Bank  
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond, second left, arrives for a meeting with Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron,at St Andrew's House in Edinburgh, Scotland Thursday, Feb 16, 2012.  The Independent 
Scottish independence: Alex Salmond celebrates fightback but still faces upstream battle
The four words that Alex Salmond used to close his televised debating victory over Alistair Darling – “This is our time” – has left the Yes campaign with a renewed belief that they can still p... (photo: AP / Scott Heppell)
Alistair Darling   Photos   Scotland independence referendum, 2014   Scottish independence   Wikipedia: Scottish independence referendum, 2014  
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Ukrainian soldiers park their hardware on the roadside as they wait for the start of the march into the town of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014. Orange News
Russia 'Directing Offensive In Ukraine's East'
28 August 2014, 5:52 | Russia 'Directing Offensive In Ukraine's East' | Tweet | The United States has claimed that Russia is directing a counter offensive in support of p... (photo: AP / Sergei Grits)
Photos   Russia Ukraine Relations   Russian Aid   Ukraine Crisis   Wikipedia: 2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine  
In this photo taken on Saturday, March 29, 2014, medical personnel at the emergency entrance of a hospital receive suspected Ebola virus patients in Conakry, Guinea. Longview News Journal
Ebola outbreak will get worse, official warns
(AP) — A third top doctor has died from Ebola in Sierra Leone, a government official said Wednesday, as a leading American health official warned that the outbreak swee... (photo: AP / Youssouf Bah)
Ebola Outbreak   Ebola Virus   Ebola outbreak - Liberia   Photos   Wikipedia: 2014 West Africa Ebola virus outbreak  
A Russian trader looks at a display showing Yukos shares' plunge at the Troika Dialog trading company in Moscow, Wednesday, July 28, 2004. Russia's largest oil producer Yukos' shares plunged Wednesday nearly 14 percent in Moscow trading, the third straight day of precipitous falls for the troubled company's stock. (AP Photo/ Sergey Ponomarev)hg3 The Daily Beast
Russians Hacked Wall St. After Sanctions
Russians hacked J.P. Morgan Chase and at least one other bank in mid-August immediately after the U.S. levied new sanctions on Moscow, according to an FBI probe. The atta... (photo: AP Photo / Sergey Ponomarev)
Espionage   Photos   Sanctions on Russia   US - Russia - Cyberwarfare   Wikipedia: 2014 Ukrainian crisis  
Palestinians inspect a house which police said was destroyed in an Israeli air strike in Khan Younis in southern Gaza Strip on July 8, 2014. Israeli aircraft carried out a massacre of the family of Khan Younis Kaware resulted in the deaths of seven people and wounding 25 others seriously injured, including women and children. Photo by Ahmad Deeb / WN BBC News
Indecisive end to Gaza conflict
Any ceasefire only lasts until the moment it is broken - but the latest truce agreed between Israel and the Palestinian militant groups of Gaza has a more solid feel to i... (photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb)
Gaza Truce   Israeli Palestinian Conflict   Mideast Peace   Photos   Wikipedia: 2014 IsraelGaza conflict  
In this Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013, Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel poses for photos, in Los Angeles. BBC News
Snapchat valued at $10bn by Californian investment firm
The popular messaging app Snapchat has reportedly been valued at $10bn (£6bn) by one of Silicon Valley's most established investment firms. | The evaluation, detail... (photo: AP / Jae C. Hong)
Photos   Snapchat   Technology   Wikipedia: Snapchat   social Media  
Manchester United's manager David Moyes attends a news conference at Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester, England, Monday, Sept. 16, 2013. Manchester United will play Bayer Leverkusen in a Champion's League Group A soccer match on Tuesday. The Independent
How David Moyes' first three Manchester United results compare with Louis van Gaal's
Two defeats, one draw, seven goals conceded, two goals scored. | This is Louis van Gaal's woeful record from his first three matches in charge of Manchester United. | So ... (photo: AP / Jon Super)
David Moyes   Louis van Gaal   Manchester United   Photos  
Dutch Kate Bush Khaleej Times
Kate Bush returns to stage after 35 years
Over 80,000 tickets for the 56-year-olds 22 shows at the Hammersmith Apollo, where Bush last performed in 1979, sold out in 15 minutes when they went on sale in March as... (photo: Creative Commons / Flickr upload bot)
British Pop Music   Hammersmith Apollo   Photos   The Whole Story Album  
Roger Federer of Switzerland greets cheering fans after his match against Grega Zemlja of Slovenia at the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam, Netherlands London Evening Standard
US Open: Roger Federer is walking on air thanks to Michael Jordan
Roger Federer is an idol for millions around the world but at the US Open here last night the 33-year-old Swiss had a chance to pay tribute to one of his own heroes. | Th... (photo: AP / Peter Dejong)
Marinko Matosevic   Michael Jordan   Photos   Roger Federer   Wikipedia: US Open (tennis)  
Apple iPad Workplace 2.0 The Independent
'iPad Pro' would be Apple's biggest ever tablet, say reports
Apple is reportedly planning to start production on its largest ever iPad, offering customers a screen size more usually associated with laptop computers than with tablet... (photo: Creative Commons / mbiebusch)
Apple iPad Pro   IBM   Photos   Wikipedia: IPad   iPad Mini  
Mediterranean Diet, Vegetable The Daily Telegraph
Five lifestyle changes 'could reduce dementia risk'
Related Articles | Weight loss surgery 'reduces chance of Alzheimer's Disease' 26 Aug 2014 | Seven factors that raise risk of Alzheimer's 13 Jul 2014 | In addition, exper... (photo: Creative Commons / David Davies)
Alzheimer's Disease   Brain Power   Dementia   Photos   Wikipedia: Mediterranean diet  
Smoke billows following an Israeli air strike in the Rafah refugee camp in southern Gaza Strip on November 18, 2012. Israeli war planes hit a Gaza City media center and homes in northern Gaza in the early morning, as the death toll mounted, despite suggestions from Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi that there could be a "ceasefire soon."Photo by Ahmad Deeb / WN CNN
Israel, Hamas agree to open-ended Gaza truce with core issues left unresolved
August 27, 2014 -- Updated 0506 GMT (1306 HKT) | Jerusalem (CNN) -- After more than seven weeks of heavy fighting, Israel and Hamas have agreed to an open-ended ceasefire... (photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb)
Gaza Truce   Israel - Palestine Conflict   Mideast Peace   Photos   Wikipedia: 2014 IsraelGaza conflict  
Evan Webb, left, and Erik Yablou harvest organic potatoes, Wednesday, July 23, 2008, at Piedmont Biofarm in Pittsboro, N.C.. FoodLogiQ is working with farmers and distributors to incorporate a tracking system that will identify the specific farm where the food is produced. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome) Canberra Times
Climate change may disrupt global food system within a decade, World Bank says
Tough conditions likely to get tougher for many. Photo: Getty Images | The world is headed "down a dangerous path" with disruption of the food system possible w... (photo: AP / Gerry Broome)
Climate Change   Food System   Greenhouse Gas   Photos   Wikipedia: World Bank  
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- US STOCKS-Wall St edges up, S&P rises back above 2,000
- GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rally on ECB stimulus bet; dollar gain
- US hostage Theo Curtis freed in Syria: Kerry
- Magnitude 6.0 earthquake hits northern California
- United States: Boy held for 'killing pet dinosaur'
- Mysterious source of ozone-depleting chemical baffles NASA
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US STOCKS-Wall St edges up, S&P rises back above 2,000
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- Venice Film Festival off to a flyer with Michael Keaton in B
- Euro zone bond yields hold at record lows after Spain inflat
- Boris Johnson's Europe report is unreliable and 'imp
- New French economy minister takes aim at 35-hour week
- Turkey's Erdogan to be sworn in as president
- China-Russia energy cooperation promising
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko speaks during a media conference after a signing ceremony at an EU summit in Brussels on Friday, June 27, 2014. The Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed up to a trade and economic pact with the European Union, saying it may be the "most important day" for his country since it became independent from the Soviet Union.
Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko calls snap election on eve of summit with Vladimir Putin
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- Medical marijuana to undergo clinical trials in Victoria
- Australia wins the spy war with Indonesia
- Indian woman, 56, fights off leopard with nothing more than
- A flavor out of favor: Dog meat fades in S. Korea
- Australia wins the spy war with Indonesia
- Billionaire Ma emerges as China's richest man before Ali
Wheat grains in a storage bag, India
Food Corporation of India sells 1.54 lakh tonnes of wheat via NSPOT so far
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- On Syria, Obama faces questions on Congress' role
- On Syria, Obama faces questions on Congress' role
- Sisi to Attend UN General Assembly's 69th Session in New
- IGAD Says Peace 'Matrix' Signed, Opposition Says It
- Nile Basin Tension Mounts As Waters Decline
- U.N Warned of Possible Civil War
Palestinians inspect a house which police said was destroyed in an Israeli air strike in Khan Younis in southern Gaza Strip on July 8, 2014. Israeli aircraft carried out a massacre of the family of Khan Younis Kaware resulted in the deaths of seven people and wounding 25 others seriously injured, including women and children. Photo by Ahmad Deeb / WN
Indecisive end to Gaza conflict
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- Spain's Telefonica raises bid for Vivendi's GVT in B
- China-Brazil trade must adjust to countries' modernizati
- Girls in Colombian town struck by mystery illness
- Chile sailor publicly discloses his homosexuality
- Tottenham Hotspur sign Argentina defender Fazio
- Escobar hitman 'Popeye' leaves Colombian jail
Day 14 of the Sony Open Novak Djokovic (SRB) defeats Rafael Nadal (ESP) for the Men's Championship at Crandon Park Tennis Center Key Biscayne, Florida - March 30, 2014
Novak Djokovic plays it cool despite Rafa Nadal’s US Open withdrawal
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- Rita, Statistics Bureau Join Forces in Data Assessment
- INEC Sets Up Registration Points in LGA Offices Nationwide
- Evil Spirits Behind Impeachment, Deaths in Embu Bishop Says
- Judge Accused of Assault
- Cabinet Council Approves Mineral Exploration Concession Righ
- Matlosana Turnaround Plan to Be Speeded Up
Palestinian supporters of the Islamist Hamas during a demonstration in support of the Hamas delegates who are due to take part in the talks that resumed in Cairo on August 17, 2014 in Rafah in southern Gaza Strip.
Israel targets Gaza highrises as sides weigh truce deal
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- Card skim accused could flee: Vic police
- Brisbane Fashion Festival brings the butt back
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Tetragnatha squamata. This beautiful yellowish green spider is around 7mm long and 5mm wide. It shows a scale-shaped motif on its back and sides in Lake Akasaka, in the city of Saitama, Saitama Iwatsuki prefecture, Japan.
City spiders are getting bigger - but that's a good thing
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- Premier League: What happens to footballers after being reje
- Dominican park would halt Canadian company's mine
- Chilean sailor makes history after announcing he is gay
- Half of Israeli high school students want to abolish matricu
- Right-wing coalition partners slam PM’s truce deal
- Rabbinic court clerk tries to turn private ritual into '
Israeli airstrike in Gaza Strip kills 3 senior Hamas leaders
Israeli airstrike in Gaza Strip kills 3 senior Hamas leaders
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