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.
While the outbreak appears to be coming under control in Liberia, infection rates have accelerated in Sierra Leone.
Moualem's two-day visit to Russia, a key ally of President Bashar al-Assad in the Syrian conflict, appears to be the latest move in a renewed diplomatic effort by Moscow to restart peace talks aimed at seeking a solution to the Syria crisis.
The parliament's decision is non-binding as it only has the power to recommend fines to the government and cannot enforce them.
The Dec. 3 meeting, chaired by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, is expected to review progress in the fight against ISIL and to discuss how coalition members will coordinate politically in future.
Officials fear the incident could stoke mistrust of the peacekeepers, who have already faced violent protests by locals who say they and the Congolese army are not doing enough to stop attacks by unidentified rebels
Russian Foreign Ministry said the United States should "focus on large-scale domestic problems with safeguarding human rights" rather than preach to others.
Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan, who is also defence minister, said elections will take place in 2016, citing groups opposed to the junta as one reason for the delay.
Ruling Socialist Party leaders in May accused a group of opposition activists including Machado of planning Maduro's assassination to pave the way for a coup
The squabbling between India and Pakistan has held back SAARC for years, with the two sides' disagreements preventing progress in the consensus-based grouping.
Wong, Leung and Lester Shum were among more than 100 people arrested in Mong Kok over the past two days. Wong's student group Scholarism confirmed the court ban.
Demonstrations spread to a dozen or more major U.S. cities by Tuesday, culminating in at least 400 arrests nationwide.
Media reports said the commission, set up after the referendum, would recommend that Scotland should be given control over income tax rates, tax bands and parts of the welfare budget.
Sunai Phasuk, a senior researcher on Thailand at Human Rights Watch, said the sentence drew attention to double standards in the state's law enforcement.
Two months before 43 students disappeared in Iguala, 31 high school students in Cocula, were captured.
The blast wounded 33 Afghan bystanders and destroyed three cars, Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said.
Abu Marzouq said the current unity government was unable to run the affairs of the Gaza Strip due to "lack of a political will"