World Bulletin / News Desk
A Ukrainian court on Tuesday adjourned hearings to July 12 into former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko's appeal against the verdict and seven-year prison sentence handed down to her last October on abuse-of-office charges.
Judge Stanislav Mishchenko granted state prosecutors' motion requesting a medical examination of Tymoshenko to determine if she is fit to attend the hearings.
Tymoshenko, who has been moved from prison to a hospital to receive treatment for back trouble, chose not to attend Tuesday's hearings.
A bomb laden with explosives has exploded in front of the US Consulate in Erbil, with reports saying three killed, and five wounded.
A fire broke out at a mosque just before Friday prayers in Komotini city in northeastern Greece that left the roof and interior damaged.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls pledged to finance a $107 million plan to fight racism and anti-Semitism, saying in a press conference on Friday that the recent increase in prejudice is "insufferable,”.
The Iraqi leader Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, a former right-hand man to Saddam Hussein, has been killed in a report in Iraqi media
More than 2000 families have fled from Ramadi as ISIL forces approach the city of Ramadi, capital of Anbar province
The U.S. Army announced the arrival of the paratroopers on April 16, saying they would train 900 members of a Ukrainian force that was called up in 2014 to bring volunteers and pro-government militia under government control.
Alex Whiting, a former senior ICC prosecutor, said a new referral could force an ICC investigation of the wider Ukraine conflict especially because of war crime allegations.
The Italian foreign ministry said its crisis team was investigating the alleged seizure of the motorised trawler from Trapani in southwestern Sicily which was carrying three Italians and four Tunisians.
Sudan has denied using cluster bombs and has accused the HRW agency of a fabricated report
On Tuesday, Kenya has offered Shabaab fighters ten days to lay down arms in an amnesty.
Religious leaders said they would not be intimidated by the threat of the ban
New searchable archive sheds light on film studio’s connection to the White House and Hollywood as well as the studios reaction to Trans-Pacific trade agreement.
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde says Greece should work harder at determining and implementing economic reforms.
Barzani has accused the PKK with betrayal, saying that, "We will control South Kurdistan through Erbil".
Special police forces arrest suspected left-wing Turkish extremists for membership of a foreign terrorist organization.
According to Italian media, boat carrying illegal migrants sinks in Mediterranean Sea near Italy; 40 feared drowned.