World Bulletin / News Desk
Former US President George H.W. Bush has been admitted to the intensive care unit at a Houston hospital.
Jim McGrath, Bush's spokesman in Houston, said that Bush was admitted to the ICU at Methodist Hospital on Sunday following a series of setbacks including a persistent fever.
He said doctors are cautiously optimistic about his treatment and that the former president "remains in guarded condition."
The 88-year-old has been hospitalised since November 23, when he was admitted for a lingering cough related to bronchitis after having been in and out of the hospital for complications related to the illness.
Judges at the International Criminal Court have ruled that former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo is fit to stand trial for his alleged involvement in deadly post-election violence in his country.
Authorities in France have used state of emergency powers to place 24 activists under house arrest as France continues its ban on public demonstrations ahead of the scheduled climate talks.
A 24-year-old arms dealer is suspected of delivering weapons used in terrorist attacks in Paris
Suicide bomber attacks procession of Shia Muslims in northwestern part of Nigeria
Ambassadors of numerous countries, UN and African Union officials as well as Ethiopian government representatives attended flag-raising ceremony in Addis Ababa
Turkish Energy experts have said that Russian claims that Turkey was operating on an oil delivery to Turkey before it was downed, are ridiculuous
The Burkina Faso election is scheduled for this upcoming Sunday
Two suspects were taken into custody in connection with Mali hotel attack that killed 19 people
British PM pledges £1 million ($1.5 million, 1.4 million euros) a year over five years to establish and support a new Commonwealth counter-extremism unit
Russia has decided to suspend visa-free regime with Turkey starting from January 1, 2016
President Hollande vows to crush 'army of fanatics' with more 'songs, concerts and shows'
'At the moment, unfortunately, our partners are not ready to work within the format of single coalition,' Putin's spokesman says
The clashes took place between Rwandan rebels and a local Mai-Mai militia
Russian president says they will work with regional countries not to target 'moderate opposition' groups
French foreign minister suggests possible cooperation with Syrian regime forces against ISIL
Two presidents agreed to 'exchange information about which territories are occupied by the healthy part of the opposition rather than terrorists, and will avoid targeting them with our airstrikes'