World Bulletin/News Desk
The Libyan militia Ansar al-Sharia said on Saturday it had evacuated its bases in Benghazi in the interest of security.
"The commander of the battalion gave orders to members to evacuate their premises and hand them over to the people of Benghazi," said spokesman Yousef al-Jehani. "We respect the views of the people of Benghazi, and to preserve security in the city we evacuated the premises."
The group, which has denied suggestions that it was responsible for an attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi in which the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans were killed, had been the target of a mass protest in the city on Friday night.
Ukrainian military spokesman said separatists were firing heavy weapons banned under a peace agreement
Eight ISIL militants and six other rebels were killed by Russia's different security forces
In new video, militant group calls on militants to fight Nigerian, AU troops now deployed in Chad, Niger, Cameroon
Critics asked why a country that is already not industrially developed should commit itself to reducing emissions
The UK government will crackdown on rogue landlords who make money out of illegal immigration, exploiting vulnerable people
Greek stocks lose over 22% in value as exchange reopens having been closed 5 weeks
It would be impossible two years ago because the whole postwar security system wouldn't allow that, says Ukrainian President
Congress in Ankara ends with call for international action against Russian annexation
A new loan tranche will be given to Kiev in return for promised reform.
French police have sprayed refugees with chemical irritant as they tried enter the Channel Tunnel
IAAF test data has been leaked to news organisations allegedly showing suspect samples from athletes, including Olympic and world championship medallists.
The Czech President has told migrants to leave if they don't like living in Czechoslovakia.
Two Malian soldiers were killed when armed men placed explosives on a road near a convoy.
Israeli police briefly entered the mosque during those clashes to shut the doors and lock rioters inside.
In an interview published today, former Greek Prime Minister said that Spain needs to evaluate its country's needs, especially if it is to impose any austerity measures.