World Bulletin / News Desk
Libya will begin to hear the cases of Gadhafi's son Saif al-Islam Gadhafi and former head of Libyan Military Intelligence Abdullah Senussi within a month.
Libyan Chief Prosecutor Taha Bera told AA on Friday that International Criminal Court demanded Libya to hand over Gadhafi and Senussi, but Libya did not have an obligation to meet this demand.
Bera said that Libyan jurisdiction had enough knowledge to try Gadhafi and Senussi.
Bera also said that Libya made official demands many times to Egypt to get back the executives of former Libyan regime, however, Egypt did not give an actual response so far.
Al-Qaeda had claimed a Thursday attack by two Katyusha rockets at a gas liquefaction plant co-operated by Total in Balhaf gas export terminal on the Gulf of Aden
Security troops asked everyone in the building to leave, except for the NGO's employees, said the head of the NGO, who was out of the office when the raid started
"I'm going to be doing everything I can to close it," Obama said on CNN's "State of the Union with Candy Crowley," program in an interview
France and Lebanon signed a $3 billion Saudi-funded deal in early November to provide French weapons and military equipment to the Lebanese army
An official with the prosecutors' office confirmed media reports that they had traced the location of an IP address linked to the leak and had dispatched investigators to the site.
Four parties contest 135 seats in parliament's lower house
"Houthi armed militants blew up the house of tribal leader Yehia Taqi Markoub in the village of Darb Obaid of the Arhab district," a tribal source said
Maher Abu Sabha, the Hamas-appointed director of crossings, said Rafah would open for two days to allow Gazans with serious illnesses to travel to Egypt and beyond for treatment and to allow foreign nationals and students to travel.
Relations between the two soured when Somaliland, that enjoyed relative peace all through Somalia's civil war period, declared independence through referendum
Afghan analysts express hope that handing over of former Guantanamo Bay inmates back to Afghanistan would prove handy in resuming the frozen peace negotiations with the Taliban in the days to come
Denouncing a U.N. report as "biased and unfounded", the fighters accused U.N. investigators of intentionally skewing statistics to blame the Taliban.
The spokesman did not reveal the nationalities of the defendants, nor did he disclose the method by which the death sentences were carried out
The Homeland Security Agency managed to arrest "one of the most dangerous Al-Nusra elements" identified as Mohamed Ibrahim al-Desouki
US confident North responsible for Sony cyberattack despite denial and 'joint probe' offer from Pyongyang.
Mohan Bhagwat of the right-wing Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh, which is also the ideological wing of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party, said India was a "Hindu nation"
Ban visited Cuba earlier this year and said he had been trying to advocate for an opening with Cuba to authorities in Washington over the issue.