World Bulletin / News Desk
Amra Babich became first headscarved mayor of Bosnia Herzegovina and Europe as she has been elected as Visoko mayor.
Bosnia held local elections on Sunday.
Babich got 29,39 of votes in Visoko municipality elections which she run as a candidate of Democratic Movement Party (SDA) that was founded by former president Alija Izzetbegovich.
Babich, had been a member of municipal assembly, also heads a civil society organization that helps families of troops killed during Bosnia war.
Russian parliament approves Internet privacy bill that would require Internet search engines to remove users' personal information from their results.
Greek referendum Grexit poll results shows 'No' vote at 43 pct, 'Yes' vote at 42.5 pct
Human Rights Council denounces Israel’s refusal to cooperate with Gaza commission
The head of Greece's banking association says Greek banks have 1 bln euro liquidity cushion
More than 70 percent of Kenya's electricity comes from green and other renewable energy sources
Administration stands down after prime minister defeated in party poll
Before the first anniversary of Israel launching "Operation Protective Edge" UN calls to prosecute Gaza war crimes.
Worshippers from Jerusalem and the West Bank started flocking to Al-Aqsa Mosque from dawn. Hundreds of Israeli police officers were spread out across the entrances and exits.
Greek PM says the report on Greek economy published by IMF, is a great vindication for the Greek government
The Srebrenica genocide of 1995 resulted in the death of more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys. 136 have been identified and will be laid to rest on July 11.
A cache of weapons suspected of belonging to the Boko Haram has been found in a house in the capital
The United Nations and the Council of Europe say Hungary's new asylum bill is a blow to refugee protection
A minimum of 100,000 people is required before a national debate must be called, and having passed the threshold the debate must now be held in the held Austrian parliament.
BP Plc has reached a settlement with U.S. authorities and will pay about $18.7 billion in damages for water pollution caused by the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill
Jean-Marie Le Pen's suspension from the National Front has been overturned; his daughter and current party leader says she will appeal the court verdict
The Palestinian Authority forces arrested 108 Hamas members in the West Bank in one of the biggest raids in years.