World Bulletin / News Desk
A top aide says Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has given his permission to exhume the remains of his predecessor, Yasser Arafat.
The decision came days after a Swiss institute found elevated traces of a radioactive agent reportedly on Arafat's belongings, reviving speculation the legendary Palestinian leader was poisoned.
The institute said it needs to test Arafat's remains for conclusive findings.
Abbas aide Saeb Erekat said Monday that Abbas has now given final approval, and is inviting the Swiss experts to test the remains.
The council of Tripoli had earlier approved the establishment of the parking lot in place of the Serail, which is bringing anger to the city.
Nemtsov, 55, was shot four times in the back near the Kremlin in central Moscow on Friday and sympathisers on Saturday placed flowers at the place where he was shot.
Palestinian faction Hamas denounced as "shocking" an Egyptian court decision to designate the movement a "terrorist organization".
Photojournalist posted image mocking army and president
President Joko Widodo rules out clemency despite Australian claims
The Ennahda leader said that it was still possible that he would not run for a new term.
Police lobbed teargas shells and used cane batons to stop demonstrators from advancing to the parliament building, leaving more than a dozen people injured, witnesses said.
Community leaders, politicians, union representatives and ordinary citizens joined the protest saying the anti-Islam Pegida UK it is “not welcome in our city”
Tsipras turned on Madrid and Lisbon, accusing them of taking a hard line in negotiations which led to the euro zone extending the bailout programme last week for four months
Nagi Abu Sabla, 21, was killed and his brother Akram,18, was wounded after an unexploded ordinance left over by Israeli forces went off in Rafah
Local official says a landmine hit the women when they went out looking for their husbands, who were local Afghan policemen.
A spokesman for the German defence ministry said Lithuania had not made an official request but the country had expressed an interest and Germany was prepared to help.
The Kremlin deflected accusations that it was to blame and Putin called for the killers to be found quickly, taking the investigation under presidential control and denouncing what he said was a "provocation"
Following the annexation by Russia, many Crimean Tatars have been feeling insecure due to the possible return to Stalinist repression despite official promises to respect their rights and freedoms.
Syria's state news agency SANA said the village of Tal Al-Majda in Sweida province and Tal Antar in Deraa were taken. Both are near Jordan.