World Bulletin / News Desk
Libyan General National Congress on Sunday temporarily suspended its works and activities so that the incidents of March 5 would not repeat themselves.
Speaking at a press conference, the Chairman of the Libyan General National Congress, Muhammad al-Mugaryaf underlined that he temporarily suspended the works of the Congress as there was not a safe hall where the Libyan deputies could meet in and to prevent the repetition of violent incidents of March 5 against the Libyan deputies.
Al-Mugaryaf gave no details about how long the activities have been suspended.
A group of Libyan protestors on March 5 raided the Libyan General National Congress and threatened the chairman and deputies with death. Al-Mugaryaf then had announced that they would not work under the armed threats of illegal groups.
Suspect linked to arms cache found in Northern Ireland, local media reports
President of Kurdish region says agreement will not damage students
Reports of Pravin Gordhan's potential arrest lead to market turmoil
Ten Iraqi soldiers were killed in a suicide bombing in Qayyara
Iraqi forces are preparing to capture Mosul from ISIL group
A research paper has exposed the activities of Russian-funded organizations in Europe whose goal is to “shift European public opinion towards a positive view of Russian politics and policies, and towards respect for its great power ambitions.”
Javad Zarif expresses Iranian business sector interest in construction of inter-ocean canal
Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto says Hungary is continuing investigation into Gulenist-linked schools and individuals
NATO has been stationing troops in eastern Europe for months, in response to Russia's actions however communication is open to prevent a potential conflict
In a disgraceful incident, French police threatened a Muslim woman with pepper spray before forcing her to strip off her burkini whilst she was on a Nice beach with her family
Russian President Vladimir Putin, will watch a friendly match with President Erdogan to be played in Antalya at the end of the month
State Dept. spokesman says Washington now considering request by Ankara for extradition of FETO leader facing coup charges
US Vice President has departed Latvia, but not before assuring a pledge of support for NATO allies and slamming Trump, saying that he should not be taken seriously
Group that includes active general murdered victims, falsified records, authorizes say
Adil Oksuz donated $5,000 to Clinton two years ago via a fictitious company, USA Today report says
FBI investigating alleged attacks by Russian government, according to sources speaking to CNN