World Bulletin / News Desk Q: To the best of our knowledge, this is the first time you are giving an interview for the Western academic world. Since this is the case, would you mind quickly introducing yourself? What has been your academic journey? We’d like to learn … [Read more...] about Islam and Islamism in Turkey: A Conversation with İsmail Kara [PART 1]
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NICK Grimshaw looks smitten as he cradles a small and sleepy bundle of joy in his arms. “It’s like he’s my baby,” Nick proudly grins as he strokes his four-month-old pug-mix pup. The Radio 1 Breakfast Show … [Read more...] about Radio One’s Nick Grimshaw talks being broody, hating dating and embracing his thirties
Northern Ireland's two main parties on Thursday evening reached an agreement on the devolvement of policing and judiciary powers to the province from London. Ten days of exhausting talks between the predominantly Catholic Sinn Fein and Protestant Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) … [Read more...] about Northern Ireland parties agree policing deal after ‘desperate talks’
"Somehow I still dream there will be peace, but it's just a wish - my heart wants it; but my brain and mind say it won't happen," 38-year old biologist from Tel Aviv, Lizi Hameiri, told DW. "I don't believe in it - it's a big act of deception, the Palestinians did not want to … [Read more...] about Middle East peace short on believers
Afghanistan's election commission named Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai the country's president shortly after the former finance minister and his electoral rival, former foreign minister Abdullah Abdullah struck a power-sharing deal ending a months-long dispute over electoral fraud. The … [Read more...] about What will determine the success of the Afghan unity government?