World Bulletin / News Desk
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Tuesday the "door may be closing, for good" on a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, saying the continued growth of Jewish settlements undercuts peace.
"The two-state solution is the only sustainable option. Yet the door may be closing, for good," Ban told the U.N. General Assembly. "The continued growth of Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory seriously undermines efforts towards peace. We must break this dangerous impasse."
The UAE had been among the first Arab states to financially and diplomatically support Egypt's army-backed interim government following Morsi's ouster.
South American leaders will hold talks for solution to Venezuela's political and economic crisis.
At least six people were killed and seven injured in three days of clashes between ethnic Kalenjin people and Luo tribesmen in the Rift Valley Province.
Larijani was forced to cancel the next leg of a planned African tour because of a 24-hour delay when his plane was not refuelled at Cape Town International Airport
The multinational taskforce comprises troops from Nigeria, Cameroon, Niger and Chad with the aim of battling the deadly Boko Haram insurgency.
In a statement, the government said that Mohamed Lasaad Dreiz was appointed a security adviser to the Tunisian Premier.
Sisi, Mubarak's chief of military intelligence, had to be president of "all Egyptians", Moussa said in his office
Calm prevailed in the city after a day of fighting between the Libyan army and the Barqa defense force rebels who had seized the two sites last week, he added.
The sources, who were in contact with fighters on the ground, said the Syrian army killed dozens of rebel fighters as they took over the Rima Farms district outside the town.
The Arab League suspended Syria's membership in late 2011.
A Swiss court had fined the leader of the leftist Turkish Workers' Party, Dogu Perincek, for having branded talk of an Armenian genocide "an international lie" during a 2007 lecture tour in Switzerland
Rebels led by former vice president Riek Machar have demanded a pardon for the four politicians, all former members of the ruling SPLM party, before the peace talks resume
Mosques in the northern Diyala province have been the target of militant attacks in recent months.
The statement is likely to further increase tension between Russia and the West amid diplomatic deadlock over Ukraine after sustained pro-Western unrest toppled the pro-Russian Yanukovich
Security forces had used tear gas and batons against around 200 students who organised a march at Khartoum University against escalating violence in Darfur
Ban highlighted the fact that Mehdi Karoubi and Mirhossein Mousavi, presidential candidates in 2009, have been under house arrest since 2011, despite never being charged with a crime.