World Bulletin / News Desk
Given numerous calls to violence against Brotherhood supporters, how much of Egypt's populace has bought into the government's rhetoric? This question is posed by an interesting article in the Middle East Monitor, highlighting the influence of the Egyptian government on media and how it is used to direct it to its advantage, misrepresenting the truth.
Read the article here.
Thousands of supporters poured into the streets of the capital island Male on Friday night and continued their protest rally till early Saturday, the joint opposition said in a statement issued in Colombo.
The boat was ferrying migrants from Turkey to Greece. Police recovered eight more bodies after the corpses of a man, a woman and four children surfaced off the island of Agathonissi.
Also suspended were the accounts of its parent organization, Strategic Communication Laboratories, as well as those of University of Cambridge psychologist Aleksandr Kogan and Christopher Wylie, who runs Eunoia Technologies.
Here are the main developments since the poisoning of a Russian former double agent in England sparked soaring diplomatic tensions between London and Moscow.
Police in Valais canton said that search operations continued until 3:30 am (0230 GMT) on Saturday, then resumed after a break at 9:00 am.
Andrew McCabe was accused of misleading investigators on Clinton Foundation corruption case
On Friday, two Israelis were killed in a Palestinian vehicular attack near Jenin
Turkey-backed forces cut off main highway between Afrin city center and western Mabatli town
Migrants were attempting to travel to Europe using illegal routes
Suspects were insulting Turkish president, spreading terror propaganada
Turkish forces deployed in Anadan district, falls under de-escalation zone, in northwestern Aleppo
3,569 terrorists 'neutralized' since start of Operation Olive Branch in Syria's Afrin, says Turkish president
It said the move was a response to Britain's "provocative actions" and "baseless accusations over the incident in Salisbury on March 4," referring to the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal with a nerve agent developed in the Soviet Union, which Britain has blamed on Russia.
Hundreds of Muslims offer Friday prayers outside Koca Sinan Mosque, which came under arson attack Saturday