World Bulletin / News Desk
The Iraqi government announced on Monday that the parliamentarian elections would be held on April 30, 2014.
The statement by Vice President Office noted that a new election law had not been prepared due to the political parties' controversy over it.
On the other hand, Iraqi Parliament Speaker Osama an-Nujaifi, concerning the election law, said that if the parties did not reach compromise on an election law they would go to the elections under the existing election law.
However, head of regional administration in north of Iraq Massoud Barzani, concerning the election law, stated beforehand that they would boycott the election in case parties did not compromise on it.
European Council President Donald Tusk says top priority is to protect bloc's external borders
Tight security surrounds Pope Francis' visit to conflict-hit country
Jeremy Corbyn says UK government has no 'follow-up' plan for Syria but opposition Labour Party remains divided
Various polls show Spaniards divided if the country should join bombing ISIL
Earlier Berlin offered France Tornado reconnaissance jets, a naval frigate, aerial refuelling and satellite images in the fight against the ISIL group
Pentagon says Russia does not share flight information with U.S.-led coaliton in Syria
Two UN peacekeepers and two civilians died in ambush claimed by Ansar-ud Din insurgents
Turkish Embassy calls on Russian authorities to cease targeting Turkish citizens
Protestors across UK call on government not to repeat 'mistake' of Iraq war
Activists urge South African government to reduce carbon emissions ahead of COP21 in Paris
Sanctions include ban on Turkish goods and suspension of visa-free regime for Turkish nationals
The army in Macedonia has begun erecting a metal fence on Saturday on the country's southern border with Greece
Kenyan police have accused two Iranian trained suspects of planning attacks on schools and foreigners in Nairobi
Israel has been using Dutch dogs to terrorize Palestinian civilians - including children - and have been exporting them from the Netherlands for the past 20 years.
French President François Hollande has appealed to British MPs to bomb ISIL despite protests against the air strikes campaign in the UK and Spain on Saturday.