World Bulletin / News Desk
Israel's Supreme Court ruled Sunday that a Palestinian lawmaker could stand in elections, overturning her disqualification by electoral officials over her participation in a Gaza-bound aid flotilla in 2010.
The nine-justice court ruled unanimously Haneen Zoabi "shall be a candidate for the Knesset" in a Jan. 22 poll without giving details of its reasons.
Zoabi drew widespread criticism in Israel for taking part in an international aid flotilla that challenged the Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip.
She was on the Mavi Marmara when Israeli naval commandos raided the Turkish vessel in May 2010, killing nine Turks on board.
In its first substantive response to the accusation, the isolated North Korea said it could prove it had nothing to do with the massive hacking attack.
28 ISIL militants were killed in airstrikes, including an assistant of ISIL leader
Over 20 Palestinians have been arrested since October as they tried to cross from Gaza into Israel to search for jobs, according to Palestinian rights groups.
Former NATO General Secretary has for the first time, voiced words over the division of Syria.
Activist Shadi Khasrouf was kidnapped by Houthi militants near a military zone in Sanaa and transferred to an undisclosed location
With Israel's continuous bombardment with agricultural land, fisherman, Hamas says that they are tampering with the cease-fire agreement.
The call came in a letter by Putin, himself a former KGB agent, to veterans and current operatives of Russia's security services on the day Moscow traditionally honours them.
"Now that the U.S. hostile policy with an aim to invade our republic under the guise of human rights has become apparent, the idea of denuclearising the Korean peninsula itself is no longer valid," the North's foreign ministry spokesman said
The national broadcaster NHK said there was no tsunami warning, and there were no immediate reports of casualties or serious damage.
Egypt closed the Rafah border crossing, Gaza's only access to the outside world that is not controlled by Israel, on October 24 following an attack on a military site in the Sinai Peninsula
Peter Hahn detained on charges of embezzlement and fraud
Air strikes that killed militants are seen as response to Tuesday's deadly school siege in Peshawar that killed more than 140 people
Barry Spurr's messages referred to aboriginal Australians as 'abos' and Muslims as 'mussies'
Bomb explosion occurred in Bani Jamra, a Shi'ite village northwest of the capital Manama and was described by the interior ministry as a "terrorist blast" in a statement
New sanctions aimed at putting pressure on Russia’s economy over Ukraine crisis, come on the heels of US and EU sanctions
Israel gunboats have opened fire on Palestinian fishing boats of the north coast of Gaza with some damage sustained during the shooting.