World Bulletin/News Desk
"Contacts are underway between the Palestinian side and Egypt to reopen the Rafah gate and to allow in people stranded on both sides," Islam Shahwan, spokesman of the Gaza interior ministry, told Turkish press.
"There are no official pledges to reopen it."
The spokesman said the Egyptian side cites security reasons for the gate's closure.
"They say there is no official decision to shut it."
The Egyptian army closed the crossing on Friday, two days after the overthrow of elected president Mohammad Morsi.
More than 3,000 Palestinians are currently stranded on the Egyptian side, according to an AA correspondent.
The Rafah crossing is Gaza's only gateway to the outside world that surpasses Israel.
Mogherini told a foreign policy conference in the Latvian capital that she was committed to bringing the Iranian nuclear talks to a positive end.
The postponement of the local elections is the second time they have been pushed back.
Navalny strikes defiant tone after murder of ally Nemtsov with plans to go to Nemtsov's grave later on Friday
The source said that the three injured - a woman and her daughter who hail from the slain girl's family as well as a young man - have undergone shrapnel removal surgeries
Kurdish and Iraqi sources say the extremist group also vandalised a historical site in the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud.
Kenya is home to 3 out of the world's 5 living northern white rhinos
The country's import bill hit $2.8 billion in 2014 against $1.3 billion in export earnings
Bipartisan letter urges Obama to use authorities previously given to him.
Dallas police are seeking two suspects in the shooting death of Ahmed Al-Jumaili, who recently emigrated from Iraq.
Israeli military spokesman Peter Lerner confirmed the attack, saying seven people were injured
Karti said that the preliminary agreement would be submitted to each of the three countries' presidents for review
Pakistan's ruling party makes gains in parliament's upper house likely help in passing legislation
The UN human rights chief has said the fight against terror is a struggle to uphold the values of democracy and human rights, not to undermine them.
Sudan promises ambassador that it will aid in removing obstacles in order to facilitate US embassy.