World Bulletin/News Desk
Under heavy security Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki paid a surprise visit to the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk in the early morning hours on Tuesday.
Maliki arrived unexpectedly in Kirkuk in a private jet and went directly to the governor’s building where the local governor of Kirkuk, Omer Kerim, gave Maliki a tour of the building.
Russia will be supplying the the S-300 missile at the earliest time possible.
U.N Refugee Agency relocates tens of thousands of South Sudanese refugees camped in Ethopia’s Gambella region to save them from floods
Russian FM Sergey Lavrov said the US-led campaign against ISIL is a mistake. He added that there was no new reset in relations with the U.S
Former Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy has died at his home aged 55, his family said.
Iraq's Prime Minister Haidar Abadi said that air support against ISIL is not enough
Buhari would visit both countries on Wednesday for talks with his counterparts about the armed group
U.S. military labs responsible for inactivation and shipping of biological material.
Greek Labour Minister Panos Skourletis said on Tuesday that Athens could not make more concessions in negotiations for a cash-for-reforms deal
FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke is the unidentified "high-ranking FIFA official" who prosecutors say transferred the sum in 2008 to another FIFA official, Jack Warner.
The EU agency for Fundamental rights has called out for action on the exploitation of labourers working within the EU
'Buhari Metre' launch event in Abuja attended by prominent civil society leaders
The UN has said that the UN has decided to expel its humanitarian co-ordinator and has called on for the country to reverse its decision.
The UN has reported of serious human rights violations and abuses persist in eastern Ukraine and Crimea.