World Bulletin / News Desk
Saif al-Islam, son of Libya's late ruler Muammar Gaddafi, will go on trial next month in the western town of Zintan, a government source said on Thursday.
"The trial of Saif al-Islam is to start next month, probably the second week of the month," the source said.
In April, Justice Minister Ali Ashour told Reuters Saif would be put on trial for financial corruption, murder and rape.
‘Schoopreneurship’ scheme aims to remedy education crisis in Nigeria’s Boko Haram-ravaged northeast region
The superintendent and deputy superintendent of the Clinton Correctional Facility in northern New York state have been put on administrative leave after two inmates escaped
Germanwings offers emotional damage payments to crash victims' families of those killed in the March 24 plane crash
The opposition have vowed to put aside differences and impose a single candidate to run against Museveni
Bosnia was trying to obtain new financial support from the IMF. Finance Minister Vjekoslav Bevanda says Bosnia's arrangement with the IMF has been endangered
The statement came hours before Athens was set to default on a loan to the IMF. It was unclear how creditors would respond.
Dutch prosecutor leading the investigation of MH17 says until the end of 2015 the case will be concluded
Serbian president has also opposed an expected UN resolution on the Srebrenica genocide
The French ecology minister, Ségolène Royal, has called on those in charge of air-conditioned public spaces, such as libraries, cinemas and shopping malls, to let in the public for respite from the heat.
Sixty-five out of 74 parliamentarians voted to support the government
Russia has warned that it will respond to the Canadian sanctions which includes sanctions against Gazprom.
Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic said that the 17 hours of EU-facilitated dialogue talks with Pristina delegation, ended no deal.
Pope Francis will address Congress and meet with Raul Castro on his trip to the US and Cuba
Despite wideranging calls for boycott Burundi's electoral comission claims 70 percent attendance
Asked whether she was aware of a last-minute offer to Greece from European Commission, Merkel responded: "All I know is that the last offer from the Commission that I'm aware of is from Friday of last week."