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.
Syria's Bashar al-Assad expressed his support for Russia's stance on Ukraine.
Kenyatta said the actions would "demonstrate our firm resolve to properly manage" public funds.
A man identified by the court as "suspect number one" was convicted of involvement in the bombing of the al-Muhaya compound, where expatriates lived
Russia accused the European Union of taking an "extremely unconstructive position" by freezing talks on easing visa barriers
The presidents, alongside foreign ministers, will gather on Tuesday at a meeting of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur) group of Latin American nations in Chile
He said the man, an unidentified foreign national who was naked, has not laid any charges against the policemen, who are seen punching and kicking him in the genitals, after answering a call-out on robbery complaint.
Austrian farmers working in Hungary could be forced off their land under new laws
26 Ukrainians studying in Russian military academies will be summoned home.
Located along the Vivari canal connecting Lake Butrint with the Ionian Sea, the 3,000-year-old site was originally established by the Ancient Greeks and continued to be used by the Romans and Byzantines until the late Middle Ages.
Tymoshenko said a Russian takeover of the Crimean peninsula would create long-term dangers for the whole region.
Koco Danaj's plans for ‘Natural Albania’ include all areas inhabited by Albanian-speaking people such as Kosovo and parts of Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Greece.
The statue of Princess Iset was discovered at the temple of her pharaoh father on the western bank of the Nile in the southern city of Luxor
Both sides have made clear their political will to reach a long-term accord and have scheduled a series of meetings in coming months
Saudi Arabia has officially declared the Muslim Brotherhood as a 'terrorist' organization.
Malaak Ayuen, the army's director of information, said the toll was likely to climb as more bodies are discovered.
Kerry arrived in Aqaba, Jordan in an unscheduled visit to discuss Middle East peace with Jordan's King Abdullah