World Bulletin / News Desk
A top aide says Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has given his permission to exhume the remains of his predecessor, Yasser Arafat.
The decision came days after a Swiss institute found elevated traces of a radioactive agent reportedly on Arafat's belongings, reviving speculation the legendary Palestinian leader was poisoned.
The institute said it needs to test Arafat's remains for conclusive findings.
Abbas aide Saeb Erekat said Monday that Abbas has now given final approval, and is inviting the Swiss experts to test the remains.
At least 16 people have died in a fire at a warehouse in Moscow, authorities have said.
Ex-Bush adviser Paul Wolfowitz slams Trump who has joined a chorus of “neocons” in distancing themselves from the Republicans' current nominee.
Participants perform shows during Maghreb Riding Festival in Bou Hajla town of Kairouan, Tunisia today on August 26, 2016.
White House spokesman anticipates Obamas 'would make a financial contribution to continue supporting' Kayla’s Hands
American travelers still face restrictions on travel to Caribbean island
Donald Trump’s personal physician has that he wrote a now-infamous medical report about the candidate in just five minutes.
For the second time in two weeks, Palestinians have been shown support for their plight, this time in France
Rousseff, 68, is accused of breaking the law by taking unauthorized state bank loans to cover up budgetary shortfalls during her 2014 re-election.
Ahmet Koc dismissed by Socialist Party Differently over social media posts
Fence to be built on the country's southern border with Serbia
12 terrorists die in airstrikes; 10 more killed as own car bomb detonates
Harper era comes to a close as he leaves government after 17 years
The Palestinians wanted to show their appreciation for the courageous support from Celtic fans in the past week by filming a video sending thanks to Celtic for their solidarity.
Council of State says ban was 'serious and manifestly illegal infringement' of personal freedoms
Businessman Rachid Nekkaz says that France's 'burkini ban' is result of leaders covering up political failures
There was no claim of responsibility for the attack