World Bulletin/News Desk
Thousands of Palestinians performed the first Friday's prayers of the holy month of Ramadan at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem amid tight security measures by Israeli forces.
Speaking to the Anadolu Agency (AA), a Palestinian deputy Khalid Al-Huseini said that he could not visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque since 2006.
"Israeli authorities have banned our entries into the Al-Aqsa Mosque," Al-Huseini stressed.
The Al-Aqsa Mosque is one of the holiest and most sacred locations of the Muslims, was the destination of Prophet Muhammad in his journey and was the Muslims' first Qibla.
Several extremists with links to ISIL have been convicted in Mauritania as well as in the Maghreb region of western north Africa, which suffered repeated attacks in the 2000s, including deadly kidnappings
Saudi Arabia has been re-elected to the UNHRC with Russia being voted out
Federica Mogherini will push the diplomatic agenda with senior level talks regarding the Syrian war
The FBI has learned of more emails involving Hillary Clinton’s private email server with the investigation to be reopened
Peshmerga need additional weapons supplies in battle for Mosul, says Iraqi Kurdish regional govt leader
Although most Icelanders are sceptical about their country's future within the EU, they seek a closure on the matter by supporting a referendum.
Blair, who was prime minister from 1997 to 2007, called Brexit as "catastrophe", and revealed that he had recently held talks with Francois Hollande that had highlighted the challenges Britain faces in upcoming negotiations to set the terms of the break-up.
The populist Law and Justice (PiS) government pushed through controversial changes to Poland's constitutional court's decision-making rules soon after sweeping to power a year ago.
High Court in Belfast rejects Brexit legal challenges, saying lawmakers do not need to approve Article 50 before leaving EU
Ahead of Sunday's referendum on a new and contested draft constitution in Ivory Coast, here are some key dates since a deadly post-electoral crisis there in 2010
Suspect allegedly stabs police officer outside embassy before he gets gunned down
The Oct. 30 ballot is the first time Moldovans will elect a president by popular vote in 20 years
Police in North Dakota have made 117 arrests and have also used pepper spray on activists, who have been refusing to back down over the disputed oil pipeline
Operations command claims hundreds of extremists killed since start of offensive to retake Mosul on Oct. 17
Senior Bosnian and Iranian officials have said that they will fight terrorism while also vowing to boost trade between the two countries.
Hainan Airlines has wiped of Israel off their maps, marking the region as Palestinian Territories