The elections for the provincial councils, the first in a decade, will take place in 15 of 18 Iraqi provinces, excluding the three provinces in the autonomous Kurdistan region of northern Iraq.
The case of 5-year-old Shenouda’s custody sent shockwaves across the country, prompting human and children rights groups to call for his return to his foster parents.
The report, which sent a copy to The New Arab, added that "since 2008, about 90,017 housing units were partially or completely damaged by the Israeli strikes are still not rebuilding."
In 1978, Tunisia and Libya resorted to the International Court of Justice after they failed to reach an amicable agreement over the offshore field.
In a call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, US President Joe Biden said he supported finding a compromise over a highly contested judicial overhaul.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will push ahead with a controversial new law that will see an overhaul of the judiciary despite huge opposition to the plan.
The Greek Orthodox Church said it 'denounces the attempt to cause physical harm to Archbishop Joachim, who was leading the service, as well as the attack on one of the priests in the church'.
Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi rebels said they would release 181 detainees, including 15 Saudis and three Sudanese, in exchange for 706 prisoners from the government, according to Twitter statements from Houthi officials.
Sudan's military leaders who took over in a coup in late 2021 have been negotiating a deal with the civilian political parties previously in power aimed at restoring a civilian government.
Unclarity casts doubt about the ownership of the helicopters that crashed in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region (IKR) late on Wednesday and led to the killing of nine counter-terrorism members of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).