The Egyptian court ordered the release of former Brotherhood leader Mohamed Mahdi Akef.
13:16, 10 December 2013 Tuesday
Thousands of people flocked to the stadium to attend the Mandela memorial service. Some of the mourners at the memorial displayed Rabia sign.
The United Nations is launching its first airlift of aid to Syria via Iraq.
Abu Qatada dismissed charges leveled against him in the first session of his trial on Tuesday.
A team of lawyers will observe the interrogation of ousted president Mohamed Morsi.
UN experts called upon the Iraqi government to speed up the investigations in order to disclose the fate and whereabouts of the Iranian dissidents.
Israeli embargo on Gaza is causing suffering for residents who face ongoing water and electricity supply problems. UN calls on international community to help resolve Gaza shortages.
Palestinians showed that Jean-Claude Van Damme isn't the only one who can do an "epic split," and are using a viral video to highlight Gaza's infrastructure issues.
Security has been stepped up in Johannesburg, with numerous police details assigned to secure the FNB Stadium, which will host the four-hour memorial service.
Thousands of Ukrainian protesters huddled by braziers in their tented camp in the capital Kiev into Tuesday morning.
At least three people have been killed in US drone strike in Yemen.
Steel workers in Cairo protested against a lack of fuel on Monday.
The human rights charity is taking legal action on the basis that the UK authorities are in breach of Article 8, right to privacy, and article 10, right to freedom of expression of the Human Rights Act 1988.
Ansar Beit al-Maqdis has claimed several deadly attacks against the Egyptian army, including a failed September assassination attempt on the life of Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim.
The agenda comprises of issues such as the submission of new draft resolutions on Syria, the situation of the Rohingya Muslim minority and Muslims in the southern Philippines.
Egyptian ministe Hany Mahmoud said that Egypt would hold the constitutional referendum in the middle of January.
Iranian foreign minister said that the nuclear deal would be dead if the US Congress imposes new sanctions.
Nigerians plan to shutdown two oil refineries and a seaport in demand of an oil spill clean-up.
Journalist Javier Espinosa and photographer Ricardo Garcia were taken by rebel group the Islamic State in Iraqand the Levant (ISIL) on September 16.
Two French soldiers were killed in Central African Rebuplic.
Mahmoud al-Zahar made the claim although Egypt has not made an official annoucnement.