World Bulletin / News Desk
Jordan's King Abdullah appointed respected politician Abdullah Ensour as Prime Minister on Wednesday to prepare for the country's first post Arab Spring parliamentary election, due by early next year, a palace statement said.
The monarch had dissolved Jordan's tribally dominated parliament last week, half-way through its four-year term, paving the way for the election that should be held within four months under constitutional reforms enacted last year.
According to Israel's Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported, a Palestinian tried to stab a group of Jewish settlers in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Tension has mounted in the occupied West Bank since the abduction
The attacks were in Syria and Iraq, attacking fighting positions.
The ECB will purchase sovereign debt until at least September 2016.
Turkey's defense chief says Turkey, already training Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga forces and Syrian opposition forces, offers the same help to Iraqi military
Woman was five months pregnant tests confirmed presence of H1N1 virus
Strengthening army would ease conflict in East Ukraine
Experimental shots from Merck-Newlink and GSK to be tested, with Guinea trial to take use "ring vaccination" stategy.
A missile fired by Syrian regime jet has allegedly targeted a school in Syria's Idlib province. Killed 18 civilians, including seven students
A Palestinian security source said the three policemen had been pursuing a "wanted" Palestinian man who had fled through the Israeli checkpoint
Around 100 Iranian Kurdish prisoners have gone on hunger strike in Iraq’s northern Sulaymaniyah province
Thousands of people forced to flee from the Syrian's Kobani return to home four months later after ISIL dislodging from province
Pro-independence alliance in Kashmir welcomes resumption of talks after 7-month break
FCA said it also fined two employees of the bank.
John Kerry has met with the Saudi Kind and the foreign ministers of the Gulf Arab region to reassure them that despite Iranian deal, their interests would not be damaged.
According to Iraqi parliament's High Commission for Human Rights, ISIL is hunting down civilians. They were fleeing Saladin province and need humanitarian aid.