World Bulletin / News Desk
Sweden Lefty Party leader Jonas Sjöstedt leaved from Stockholm to go to Gaza.
Jonas Sjöstedt, and the leader for its youth organisation, Stefan Lindborg, where they say they are saling to Gaza to break Israeli the blockade, Aftonbladet daily reported.
They told in Sweden´s biggest daily, "By sailing with Estelle we express our support for the efforts by Ship to Gaza and the Freedom Flotilla to lift the siege on Gaza. This is essential for the possibility of a free Palestine and a peaceful two state solution of the conflict.”
Car bombs kill 11 in Baghdad while many people were ending their daily Ramadan fast.
Honduran Congress vice-president arrested in corruption case
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says China is trying to hack into everything that doesn't move in America.
In reaction to armed group recruiters, the government says it will close 80 mosques for security reasons.
Greek Finance Minister says to get deal with international creditors on Monday regardless of referendum
A headmistress at a British high school has banned short skirts after male teachers were being distracted by the hemlines
Uganda will begin withdrawal when the East African force is ready for deployment
Tunisia has declared a state of emergency one week after the beach attack in Sousse
Iraqi jet have dropped leaflets over Mosul, telling the people that they will recapture Mosul and drive out ISIL.
Poland has further fuelled conflict between the two nations as a city took down the brotherhood-in-arms of Polish and Red Army soldiers memorial.
Eurotunnel services disrupted after points failure after 150 migrants try to enter restricted areas of Calais terminal
Iraq's Parliament speaker has urged the Iraqi government to provide secure return to displaced people
Despite the differences between the two countries, Russian-American relations must be based on equal treatment and mutual respect
Spanish police have arrested a Moroccan for distributing ISIL propaganda.
Fierce fighting breaks out between Libyan army, attached to the Government of Tobruk, and other armed groups in the east
Rallies around the country have marked the end of campaigning to approve or reject proposals from Greece's creditors