World Bulletin / News Desk
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has said that NATO had no plan to intervene militarily in Syria.
After visiting Armenia and Georgia, he arrived in Azerbaijan and had a meeting with students at Azerbaijan Diplomacy Academy.
In regard to the situation in Syria, Rasmussen said that the best solution there would be a political one.
NATO has been monitoring developments closely in Syria, he said.
Rasmussen said NATO had no plan to intervene militarily in Syria, but they were "ready" to defend Turkey if necessary.
Two months before 43 students disappeared in Iguala, 31 high school students in Cocula, were captured.
The blast wounded 33 Afghan bystanders and destroyed three cars, Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said.
Abu Marzouq said the current unity government was unable to run the affairs of the Gaza Strip due to "lack of a political will"
The bill, approved by parliament last month, gives the authorities the power to arrest without first obtaining judicial warrants.
The United Nations launches $405 million appeal for humanitarian assistance in Afghanistan.
Berlin refrains from an open criticism of controversial Jewish state bill of Israeli government
Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation criticizes new 'anti-terror' proposals
Salah, a Palestinian who lives in northern Israel, is an outspoken opponent of Israel's settlement construction policies
Erdogan Boz, a board member of the Federation of Caucasian Associations, was reportedly banned from entering Russia
Dervis Eroglu says there cannot be another 50 years without a solution on the disputed Cyprus island.
Colombian president confirms release of hostages and orders a suspension of military operations in the area.
He said that the struggles and resilience of the Palestinian people were a source of strength to the South African people during their struggle against the apartheid.
Ibrahim Ghandour, an assistant of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, accused Israel of backing the Sudanese opposition and working to destabilize Sudan.
Agreements on battleships and fighter jets go ahead in Paris despite opposition from right groups
EC president's plan to revive EU economy comes under attack for being based on €21bn of reallocated funds and theoretically luring private investors
Valerie Amos frequently urged the Security Council to immediately act to ensure more humanitarian access in Syria.