World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish agency published Tawhid and Jihad armed fighters' photos and videos in Gao, the northern city of Mali, during their withdrawal from the region due to advance of government and French troops.
One of the leaders of the Movement for Tawhid and Jihad in northern Mali, Abu ed-Derda al-Moritani said, "We are not to leave the French and Malian army with their fake victory" to AA.
Gao was seized together with other two cities in April last year. Tawhid and Jihad movement is also actively present in the northern provinces of Kidal and Timbuktu. Timbuktu airport was reported to be captured by French and Malian troops.
The Israeli minister for Culture Miri Regev has said that the Palestinian women who saved as 12 year old boy from an attack by an Israeli soldier should have been shot.
Reports are emerging of Czech police forcibly removing Syrian refugees from trains to Germany and numbering the refugees on their forearms
Hundreds of refugees have protested outside the main railway station having being left stranded outside Budapest railway station with police blocking entry
If UK government separated issues of immigration and asylum, Labour leader candidate says Britons would respond to humanitarian crisis
Demonstrators rallied in Vienna against ill-treatment of refugees after 71 people were found dead in an abandoned truck last week
The Independent newspaper has revealed that Ultra Orthodox children in kindergarten, with some younger than age 3 are being taught to hate anyone who is not Jewish
The far right party has left the coalition with the party leader Oleg Lyashko criticizing the Ukrainian leadership saying that granting regional powers was a conspiracy.
Media reports say earlier self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk republics were preparing a referendum on accession to Russia
Nuclear power increase may help RSA solve its problem of electricity shortage, regular power cuts
Herds of cattle and their owners are are now another target in the sectarian violence of the Central African Republic
President Otto Perez Molina is at the top level in the hierarchy of a criminal network that defrauded the state of an estimated $120 million in customs revenue.
Official figures have shown the Canadian economy has entered recession, with the economy expected to dominate the election debate, with elections on October 19
EU President says there is no justification for hostile, racist or xenophobic reactions to refugees
The Azerbaijani Defense Ministry claims Armenian troops opened fire on a village along the countries' border, injuring three Azerbaijanis
German Chancellor Merkel, Spainish PM Rajoy have called on EU member states to agree on a fair distribution of refugees
Nearly 100,000 sign document calling for Israeli prime minister's arrest for war crimes