World Bulletin / News Desk
The head of the Hamas government in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh on Monday called on the Egyptian administration to "interfere against Israeli attacks".
In an official statement released on Monday, the Gaza administration said Haniyeh phoned the director of the Egyptian Intelligence Organization, Rafet Sehate, and requested from
Egypt to interfere so that Israeli attacks on Gaza end and Israel gets restrained from future attacks.
Rafet Sehate informed Haniyeh that Egypt will do its task on the issue.
The number of Israeli air attacks against Gaza has risen in recent days. Dozens of Palestinians have been killed due to Israeli air attacks on Gaza.
Opposition calls for president to be removed from office over misuse of public funds
Several children have been killed in a suicide attack in Cameroon
Concern has grown that a failure of the unstable dam, which stands about 40 kilometres northwest of the city, could wipe out most of Mosul and flood large parts of Baghdad
According to reports, three out of four Palestinian children experience physical violence during their arrest, transfer or interrogation
UN officials say Ban Ki-moon is hoping to enlist Canada as solid ally in months ahead as he pushes for concrete action on climate change, beefing up UN peacekeeping and creating more safe havens for refugees
New Russian proposal apparently does not include removal of Syrian President Assad
UNHCR says Ankara obligated by international law to allow in tens of thousands of refugees who are stranded on the border.
British representative in Syria publishes map showing relatively few Russian airstrikes target ISIL
'Russia needs to join with all of us in understanding that this cannot go on,' John Kerry says
A controversial family of Indian-born businessmen known for their close links with President Jacob Zuma has been put back under the spotlight in South Africa after a key opposition party demanded their ouster from the country.
European representatives say Europe 'must not compromise' democratic values amid worst refugee crisis since World War II
'Having a united island at peace with itself and its neighbours will create more jobs, more prosperity. So, the solution will pay for itself,' UN envoy says
EU president believes Russian airstrikes in Syria 'are making an already very bad situation even worse'
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein says the Working Group, although not a court, based its decision on binding international law and that Britain and Sweden should therefore abide by its findings
TIKA releases details of dozens of projects in education, infrastructure and agriculture
'I think we will take very seriously the request from Turkey and other allies to look into what NATO can do to help them cope and deal with the crisis,' NATO chief says