A new ceasefire is coming into effect in Syria, one of the men, who brokered the deal, the US secretary of state John Kerry described this is possibly the last chance to obtain peace and a united Syria. Mr.Kerry acknowledged there would be violations of truce in the coming hours and days but urged both parties to abide by the terms of the agreement. Activists are reporting that the ceasefire is mostly haulting, a resident to the rebel held east of Aleppo told the BBC that shelling that had continued through the day has stopped and there will no longer aircraft in the sky of the city. Aid agencies are hoping to start making emergency deliveries to besiege areas as soon as possible.
Hillary Clinton's team have said the Democratic candidate for the US presidency has no underlining health issues and will be back on the campaign trail later this week. Her Republican rival Donald Trump said he hoped Mrs.Clinton would get well soon that the health of the candidate was an issue in the presidential race.
The White House has said that president Obama will veto a bill passed by both houses of the US congress, allowing families of the victims killed in the 9.11 attack to sue the government of Saudi-Arabia. A spokesman said if the measure became law, other countrys would most possibly charge and try American citizens.
South Sudan's information minister said the government will no yet respond to the allegations that the country's leaders are profiteering from the devastating civil war. A new report alledges that president Sauser Kya, the opposition leader Reyek Machar and army generals and their families are the mast fortunes.
The former British prime minister David Cameron has resigned from Parliament. Mr.Cameron stepped down from the leadership in June after loosing the referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union.