Related News: 43
All   News   Finance   Sports   Life

Last Hour  -  Last 12 Hours  -  Last 24 Hours  -  Last Week    

World - Saudi-led planes hit Houthi-controlled government buildings

SANAA (Reuters) - Saudi-led coalition warplanes struck government buildings controlled by Houthi fighters in the Yemeni capital Sanaa overnight and army units loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh after at least 50 coalition soldiers were killed on Friday. Among the targets, the Defense Ministry building in Sanaa was very heavily damaged, residents said. Strikes hit the command of the special security forces and camps of Saleh as well as the presidential complex. ...

Saturday, September 05, 2015  09:44


World - Song and Moses among four West Ham signings on deadline day

Former Cameroon international Alex Song and Nigeria winger Victor Moses have joined West Ham United on season-long loan deals, the Premier League club announced on Tuesday. Former Arsenal midfielder Song, who announced his international retirement earlier this year, spent last season on loan at West Ham from Barcelona, making 31 appearances in all competitions. Alex Song has signed a season-long loan deal to join West Ham,` West Ham co-owner David Gold wrote on Twitter.

Tuesday, September 01, 2015  16:46


Most Recent - Alex Rodriguez Fast Facts

Sunday, August 30, 2015  20:31


World - England beats Australia by 5 runs in T20 international

CARDIFF, Wales (AP) England took three wickets in a tight final over from Ben Stokes to seal a five-run win over Australia in a one-off Twenty20 international on Monday.

Monday, August 31, 2015  18:37


Business - New Steve Jobs doc examines the myth of the man who made Apple

Director Alex Gibney wraps up his latest documentary, Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine, with an apt encapsulation of the Apple co-founder`s conflicting persona: `He had the focus of a monk, without ...

Friday, September 04, 2015  19:40


World - California officials unveil plans for wildlife bridge over highway

By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Officials have unveiled plans for a grassy bridge over a Southern California highway that would provide a safe and natural passage for mountain lions and other animals migrating between wilderness areas. The vegetation-lined bridge over the 101 Freeway in Agoura Hills, just west of Los Angeles, would cost $30 million to build and construction could not begin for years, said California Department of Transportation (CalTRANS) spokeswoman Lauren Wonder. The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority, a government agency, funded a CalTRANS report on the proposed bridge and on Wednesday released the document, which said it was achievable.

Thursday, September 03, 2015  22:08


Asia-Pacific - VIDEO: A look at China`s weaponry on display

Alex Neill from the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) looks at the highlights of China`s military parade and at what it tells us about China`s war capabilities.

Thursday, September 03, 2015  09:12


Most Recent - Full transcript: Amanpour interviews Ali Larijani

Wednesday, September 02, 2015  18:36


Sports - Two Royals players sidelined with chicken pox

(Reuters) - The Kansas City Royals have been almost unstoppable this season but on Tuesday they faced a very different challenge with two of their players sidelined by chicken pox. Outfielder Alex Rios and reliever Kelvin Herrera have both succumbed to the highly contagious disease and are expected to be out for up to two weeks after being sent home and placed in quarantine, the team said. Manager Ned Yost told reporters before Tuesday`s game against the Detroit Tigers that the rest of the clubhouse appeared to be fit.

Wednesday, September 02, 2015  00:50


World - Climate change could alter key ocean bacteria: study

By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Climate change could put a type of oceanic bacteria into evolutionary overdrive in a way that could pose a threat to its long-term survivability and its important role in the food chain, according to a study published on Tuesday. Trichodesmium is important to the ocean`s food chain because it converts atmospheric nitrogen gas into biologically usable forms of nitrogen that other organisms, such as phytoplankton, can use. A team led by researchers at the University of Southern California found that trichodesmium generates more nitrogen and reproduces faster when exposed to the high levels of carbon dioxide that are expected to exist in the world`s oceans in the year 2100 due to climate change, according to the university.

Tuesday, September 01, 2015  17:40

Page:1  2  3  4  5  

asia  milli egitim  rusyada mucize cocuk video  foks haber 29 05 20009 22 00  19 mart kanal 7 haber izle  kanal 3 afyon tv aksam haberleri basliklari  13 milyo  milliyet gazetesi ankara eki  sevilay zorlu  sbs 8 sinif izmir  6 ocak 1996 posta gazetesi ars  lke tv krt sorunu  fox smackdown 27 ekim izle  paris is ilanlari  ankaradoakolejimezuniyeti  30 mayis kanal 25 haberlerini izle  01 pazartesi 2010 denizli deha is ilani  kocaeli gazetesi 07 01 2007  fulya madran  1fox anahaber  1920 gazete  12 01 2010 posta gazetesi son sayfa