World Bulletin / News Desk
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State William Burns arrived in Tripoli on Thursday, a week after a deadly attack on the U.S. consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi.
Burns flew into the Libyan capital where he was due to meet new Prime Minister Mustafa Abu Shagour and Mohammed Magarief, head of the national congress, Libyan government officials said.
He was also scheduled to attend a ceremony commemorating U.S. ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens, who died in last week's consulate attack in Benghazi, they said.
Stevens and three other Americans died when gunmen attacked the U.S. consulate and a safe house. The protests were part of a crowd that blamed the United States for a video posted online that mocks the Prophet Mohammad.
Over 2,000 people visited the Conakry mosque to have a Friday prayer
German government says up to Greece to act to stay in euro with the German Vice Chancellor saying that the conditions for talks on new bailout plan not yet met
The IMF has stated that it is monitoring the situation in Greece and will assist Greece if asked.
Ukraine has ordered Naftogaz to use fund to finance the purchase, transport and storage of gas.
Ansar Dine on Tuesday claimed responsibility for a number of attacks in Mali near the borders with Mauritania and Ivory Coast
Austria has filed a complaint at the European Court of Justice against EU-granted state subsidies for a new nuclear power plant in Britain.
A new US trained police force will replace the previously corrupt police force to enforce new reforms.
Romania has now taken a six-month leadership role of Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation
ISIL has reportedly advanced into Baiji and have captured a number of neighbourhoods in the city.
The ruling party has accused the UN mediator of meeting only with the opposition.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has requested a conversation with Greek prime minister and Greek energy minister
The passing of new asylum rules has given Hungary the legal framework for the erection of a border fence to stop the flow of asylum seekers.
After 61pc voted 'no' in the Greece referendum, the reactions of the world leaders continue.
Britain is ready to hold a number of memorial services marking the 20th anniversary of Srebrenica
Top euro zone shares fell 1.7 percent in early trading on Monday after Greek voters rejected austerity measures
An U.N expert on foreign debt, says reporters the creditors should have paid more attention to what international law says on the matter of debt.