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.
In new laws, the EU will place a deterrent on multinationals who use creative accounting to reduce their corporate tax.
The former British Prime Minister will step down as the Middle East envoy at the end of June.
An early election count has seen the ruling party in Ethiopia win a majority in parliament.
The Turkish energy watchdog has said that energy for Africa is important for country's G20 presidency
A four day meeting from journalists from the Turkic world sees delegates from 20 countries arrive in Kazan, Tatarstan.
Judges in the EU have sentenced 11 former Kosovo Albanian guerrillas for war crimes.
Here are the FIFA Officials indicted on corruption charges earlier the day.
The first visit of a Serbian prime minister to Albania, aiming to improve the fragile relations between the two Balkan nations.
Former members and supporters of the Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA, on Tuesday buried the men killed in clashes in Kumonova
The Turkish and Muslim communities in the Netherlands have called Wilders' demand for anti-Islam exhibit a 'provocation.'
Israel has detained a 42 year old woman for crossing into Gaza via the Erez border crossing.
Israeli daily Haaretz has revealed that a letter by David Ben-Gurion, shows that he gave explicit orders to prevent Palestinians returning to their homes.
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