World Bulletin / News Desk
Gaza Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh said on Sunday that the Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of the resistance movement Hamas, is using tunnels as a new strategy in resisting Israel.
"Palestinian resistance fighters will face the Israeli occupation both from on the ground and beneath it until they liberate Palestine," Haniyeh told thousands of Gaza residents who rallied to mark the 10th anniversary of the assassination of Hamas spiritual leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin.
Qassam Brigades had recently claimed responsibility for digging a tunnel extending from Gaza into the southern parts of Israel.
The group said the tunnel was discovered by the Israeli army only after it had collapsed of the rains.
Sheikh Yassin, who was confined to a wheel chair since the age of 12, died in 2004 when an Israeli aircraft targeted his car while returning from a Gaza City mosque after the dawn prayers.
A spokesman for the prosecutors office confirmed weekend media reports that an investigation had been launched
Elections held Sunday in disputed Nagorno-Karabakh territory violate principles of international law, says spokesman of Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry.
Togo court confirms President Gnassingbe won April 25 election with 58.77 percent of the vote
Kerry's visit followed the killing of 148 people by al Shabaab in an attack on the university at Garissa, nothern Kenya, on April 2.
On Saturday, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said that Abbas would hold presidential and legislative elections once he receives a written request in this regard from Hamas.
Chancellor Werner Faymann described as "totally absurd" the current system in which refugees are supposed to be taken in by the country where they first arrive.
Military spokesman Andriy Lysenko told a briefing that the separatists had used large-calibre artillery in their attacks
Italy says nearly 4,100 boat migrants rescued from boats near the coast of Libya on Saturday and early Sunday
According to information from Iraqi security officials, the explosion damaged many houses, cars and businesses.
Israeli media outlets had said that the army planned to carry out wide-scale drills in the Jordan Valley that would last for several days.
Former US President Jimmy Carter said that Abbas asked him and the members of his delegation to bring this written request from Hamas.
University students, parents and well-wishers attended the event which was held at Fourah Bay College Mount Aureol in Freetown
The sacking of the security officials comes in the wake of the conclusion of a probe into the events, which took place in Liberian capital Monrovia.
On Wednesday, Libya's Tobruk-based government said five people had been arrested for suspected involvement in the murder of the two Tunisian journalists.
International humanitarian organizations say they are in capable of offering aid to around 18,000 residents of the camp as clashes rage on between the two armed groups.
The Palestinian faction went on to reiterate that Al-Aqsa Mosque was at the heart of the conflict between the Arabs and Israel.