World Bulletin / News Desk
Palestinian National Reconciliation government that will be formed with an agreement between Hamas and al-Fatah will be announced after the second round of Egyptian presidential election.
Ahmed Attun from Hamas told AA correspondent that mediator Egypt had been dealing with the presidential election and the Palestinian National Reconciliation government would be made public on June 25-27 after the second round of Egyptian presidential election set to be held on June 16-17.
Hamas and al-Fatah delegations reached agreement on formation of the national reconciliation government in a meeting in Cairo last weekend.
The Arab League welcomed the deal and described it as an important step in national unity process.
Bipartisan agreement faces up-hill battle to secure enough support in Congress
New report says online sales will more than double in a decade, with Amazon leading the way
Turkish diplomatic official says Presidency of Religious Affairs' relief activities reached thousands of Nigerians in 2017
Second reshuffle in 12 months sees currency fall 0.5 pct against US dollar
Iran has three main crossings with northern Iraq’s Kurdish region
40 Somalis injured in Saturday's truck bomb attack in Mogadishu were airlifted to Turkey for medical treatment on Monday
Afghan-born US citizen faces separate charges in shootout with police, attempted bombing of military charity race
Trump's threat to ditch the landmark 2015 agreement, which saw Tehran dramatically scale back its nuclear ambitions in return for an end to punishing sanctions, has sparked a chorus of foreign support for the pact.
Turkish airstrikes kill 8 PKK terrorists in Zap region of northern Iraq, according to Turkish military
Thousands flee northern city after Peshmerga fighters retreat before Iraqi army advance, local sources report
Polish envoy to Ankara says that Turkey has always been an 'important partner'
Alexis Tsipras tipped to emphasise Greece’s geopolitical role during Washington visit that has caught many by surprise
Government forces entered the district center this morning
Pro-independence associations call for protests Tuesday against decision to jail the two leaders
Turkish military launches jets, drones after soldiers martyred in ambush in Zap region