World Bulletin / News Desk
Egypt's military council, which handed powers to an Islamist president last month, held an emergency meeting on Sunday to discuss a presidential decree ordering the dissolved parliament to reconvene, the state news agency reported.
It said the meeting was headed by Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, who leads the council that had governed Egypt after Hosni Mubarak's overthrow last year. The council had dissolved the Islamist-led parliament based on a court order this month.
The generals met to "study and discuss the repercussions of President Mohamed Mursi's decision to reconvene parliament," the news agency MENA reported.
The authorities of Central Asian Tajikistan say nearly 1,000 citizens have abandoned their homeland to join the ISIL fighter group.
Karim Wade, who was convicted by local court in 2013 for amassing illicit fortune, has been released from prison and flown to Qatar
Britain’s top official in the European Commission, Jonathon Hill, announced his resignation on Saturday in a sign of how the UK’s role within the EU institutions is dimininishing after the vote to leave.
Russian leader, counterpart witness inking of over 30 deals, sign statement vowing to enhance global strategic stability
1.5 million people have signed a petition calling for UK to hold 2nd EU referendum
The chain reaction from the UK vote to leave the EU has begun already with far-right parties calling for their own countries to leave the EU
Just one day after Mahmoud Abbas accused rabbi's of calling on the Israeli government to poison Palestinian water, he has retracted the charge saying it was "baseless" lie
Uzbekistan is the proud home to a spellbinding arsenal of architecture and ancient with magnificent cities boasting a beautiful mosaic of ancient history and a modern outlook
For Muslims, East Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque represents world’s third holiest site
Germany's Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steimeier has said that it was important to heed the expectation from people and that the EU must not fall into a depression
The Mexican government will cut spending this year by a further $1.7 billion in support of its deficit-reduction targets
The UK has had its credit rating outlook downgraded to "negative" by the ratings agency Moody's after UK voted to leave the EU.
A car bomb exploded on Friday night evening in front of the visitors’ entrance at Benghazi’s Jalaa Hospital killing four people.
A wildfire has burnt more than 30,000 hectares that has prompted a state of emergency
Gudni Johannesson looks set to win Iceland's presidential election.