World Bulletin / News Desk
The African Union has asked the U.N. Security Council for a resolution that would allow military intervention in Mali, the AU's commission chairman Jean Ping said.
"ECOWAS (Economic Community Of West African States) ... has asked us to go to the U.N. Security Council, which we have done," Ping told France 24.
"The (African Union) Peace and Security Council is meeting in New York the Security Council and one of the questions to be discussed will be this (Mali force)," he said.
Beijing has implemented strict rules in Xinjiang forbidding anyone under the age of 18 from following a religion, levying hefty fines against families whose children study the Quran or fast during Ramadan.
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Airstrikes have hit Idlib's northern opposition-held villages with at least 24 people killed in the region
Netanyahu's vow to partake in excavation under Al-Aqsa Mosque draws criticism from Arab states
Launched last week by Iraqi army, US-backed offensive aims to retake ISIL's last stronghold in northern Iraq
Civil rights group demands federal probe in wake of incident in Mississippi
Theresa May meets leaders of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to discuss Brexit negotiations
Jose Carreira, executive director of the European Asylum Support Office (EASO), said at least four containers where interviews were conducted were entirely destroyed, and three more were damaged.