World Bulletin / News Desk
A Berlin court on Thursday allowed far-right militants to harass Muslims saying it could show copies of the insulting Danish cartoons which sparked violent protests around the globe when they were first published in 2005.
The rejected complaint was filed by three Islamic mosque congregations.
The group plans to demonstrate in front of three mosques in the capital city under the slogan, “Islam does not belong to Germany – stop Islamisation.” on Saturday that is last day of Ramadan.
Around approxiametely 100 members are expected to drive between the mosques and hold rallies in front of them - as Muslims prepare to celebrate the end of Ramadan or Eid on Sunday.
On Sunday itself, the group is taking a tour around some of Berlin’s left-wing hot spots, in a further move which can only be interpreted as deliberate provocation.
At least half a dozen counter-demonstrations have been registered with the police for both days.
Five opposition parties have vowed to challenge the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) in Zambia's upcoming presidential election
Some 6,000 Palestinians are currently stranded on the Egyptian side of the border with the Gaza Strip
The detainees include two leading members of Palestinian Hamas movement who have been arrested from Ramallah, according to a statement by the Israeli army.
US president says there is no reason to destroy communities in protest but he understands the frustration.
Prime Minister Sushil Koirala opens summit of South Asia leaders with call for regional cooperation as the summit was undermined by traditional bickering between rivals Pakistan and India.
A grand jury decided on Monday not to indict Wilson for shooting and killing Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, after he stopped him for jaywalking in August.
Critics of the coup had largely gone to ground following an army crackdown aimed at silencing dissenters. Those who express disagreement face a possible two-year prison term
Moscow reiterated its readiness to host Syria peace talks but it is far from clear who would represent the opposition.
Germany, the Netherlands and Britain have been hit this month by the H5N8 bird flu strain which has devastated flocks in Asia, mainly South Korea, earlier this year but has never been detected in humans
Healthcare workers have repeatedly gone on strike in Liberia and Sierra Leone over pay and dangerous working conditions
The Houthis have become the main political force in Western-allied Yemen since capturing the capital in late September.
SAARC summits bring together leaders from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Despite the beefed up military presence in Ferguson, a police car was torched near City Hall as darkness fell, and police fired smoke bombs and tear gas to scatter protesters
Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo told reporters at the conclusion of a two-day visit to Cuba that he requested that the 12 "be authorized to travel outside of Cuba."
Gnassingbe is currently on a three-day visit to Ghana for talks aimed at strengthening bilateral and trade relations.
A crucial week for Colombian peace talks amidst hostage liberations and rebel attacks.