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.”
The militants detonated several explosive-laden cars before trying to break into the prison amid heavy fighting with the prison guards.
Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled al-Sabah, whose country has tried to mediate in the dispute, said Saturday's meeting had led to limited progress.
Media reported that two police officers had suffered minor injuries in clashes with counter demonstators.
Both the state police and the Secret Service declined to specify the nature of the threat.
EU leaders asked the European Commission, the EU executive, to draw up proposals for new sanctions on Russia over its action in Ukraine within a week, though they did not say when they could be implemented.
Organizers on their Facebook page said the march on Saturday was held to protest police killings, brutality, profiling and cover-ups.
The handovers appeared to mark a slight easing in tension between the two countries after a sharp escalation late last week.
The move is likely to trigger mass protests in the city's Central business district by disappointed democracy activists.
The plan aims for the immediate allocation of about 1.5 billion shekels ($419 million) to the Defense Ministry for some of the costs of the war, it added.
Migrants have been streaming out of North Africa in rickety boats in rising numbers for years.
Maryam al-Khawaja is the daughter of Shi'ite Muslim activist Abdulhadi Abdulla Hubail al-Khawaja, who has been detained in the Sunni monarchy since 2011 and is on hunger strike.
Pro-Palestinian British MP George Galloway attacked in London street by man said to have been shouting about the Holocaust.
The U.N. peacekeepers from Fiji were detained by militants on Thursday, one of several groups attacked in the volatile frontier between Syria and Israel.
Australia will join Canada, Italy, France, Britain and the United States in providing arms and humanitarian relief as part of a multinational effort to be coordinated by Iraq and other countries in the region.
The activists asked Woolworths to remove Israeli products from its shelves and respect an International boycott of Israel.
Islamabad voiced concern over alleged Indian border violations on Pakistan.