World Bulletin / News Desk
A Libyan judge was gunned down late on Tuesday in the eastern city of Benghazi, a security source said.
Judge Ahmed Boujelah al-Mansouri was shot dead by unidentified gunmen in al-Qoba district, the source told Anadolu Agency.
There was no claim of responsibility and Libyan authorities have yet to comment.
Libya has struggled to restore order and contain rampant militancy with the armed militias that helped overthrow late Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 holding onto their weapons.
'Macedonia should be ready to stop the entrance of the refugees on its border,' Austrian FM says
Diplomatic sources suggest that EU foreign ministers meeting Monday in Brussels are now expected to approve ending these sanctions completely
According to Czech president, the only way to solve the ongoing refugee crisis is to fall back upon deportation
Tunisian government is preparing to consequences of potential foreign military intervention in the southeastern neighbor
Many refugees who have come to the Nordic country are now having second thoughts
Manuel Valls believes German chancellor's policy is 'unsustainable in long-term'
Crimea has been swept by a fresh wave of home raids and arrests against Crimean Tatars
French finance minister says monetary union is to be deepened and nobody, meaning UK, can oppose it
Berlin 'puts Russia first under the obligation' to implement nationwide cessation of hostilities in Syria
Greece has one month to 'establish an action plan to remedy the deficiencies... (and) within three months of the same date, it shall report on the implementation'
'Our camp at Kidal was attacked by terrorists early Friday morning. We fought back but two peacekeepers were killed and 30 others injured,' a source says
About 800 farmers from Crete clashed with police guarding the entrance to the Agriculture Ministry
‘We feel that sets back the overall effort, what we're trying to achieve on the ground,’ says State Dept.
A Russian delegation headed by deputy PM visits Baghdad hoping to cultivate Iraq market for fighter jets and military hardware
Lawmakers will begin to meet on Tuesday to create zones where FARC members will be able to surrender their arms.
War of words erupt after Russia claims US struck Aleppo