World Bulletin / News Desk
Hamas has shut down its bureau in Syria permanently and moved its staff members in Syria to the Egyptian capital of Cairo.
Speaking to the Anadolu Agency (AA), a Hamas official said that the Political Bureau administration gave orders to Hamas executives working in Syria to move to Cairo.
The same source said that Hamas officials in Syria will begin working in Cairo as of October.
"Hamas had obtained permission from Egyptian officials to open a new bureau in Cairo six months ago but did not inform the media on such a development perhaps due to a request by the Egyptian government or due to expectations on the end of crisis in Syria," the Hamas source told the AA.
The International Displacement Monitoring Center has issued their annual report saying that 38 million people had been displaced in their own country last year
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Djibouti on Wednesday, the first ever visit by a secretary of state to the Horn of Africa state.
Sudans weapons facility has come under "foreign attack" with Sudan army spokesman saying that the army had managed to intercept "a body resembling a plane or a missile" before dawn.
Germany federal prosecutors say police have conducted raids across Germany, arresting four people accused of founding a right-wing extremist group to attack mosques and housing for asylum seekers.
Workers threaten global boycott of San Quintin Valley products if wages and working conditions aren’t improved.
The Danish Refugee Council's work regarding Ebola in Liberia and Guinea is to reduce the spread and impact of the Ebola epidemic with Liberia only days away from being Ebola free.
Washington has granted licences to companies for a ferry service to operate between Florida and Cuba.
The Shabaab have shot dead the deputy commissioner of Wadajir and his driver in a drive by shooting in Mogadishu.
Attacks of housing for asylum seekers has caused concern for Germany, with police saying that there has been a disturbing rise in anti-refugee violence.
Controversial anti-terror legislation Bill C-51 will have ‘chilling effect’ on Canadians, particularly Muslims, say many groups.
Two United Nations peacekeepers from Tanzania were killed in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo on Tuesday
Two rockets were fired into the heavily fortified zone, which is home to the prime ministers office and also houses Western embassies.
An attack on a town in central Mali has lead to the death of 11 people
Kurdish leader says peshmerga forces have cleared 12,000 sq. miles of Iraqi territory of Daesh militants.
Aid workers in South Sudan have been prevented from leaving the UN base to carry out their work in Bentiu town
The United States has put in a request to the UN to investigate who is behind the chemical attacks in Syria, paving the way for the UNSC to punish those responsible.