Israel claims Israeli Defense Forces bus was damaged in another recent shooting.
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Coordinated attacks targeting security personnel in both Sunni and Shia neighbourhoods ripped through Iraq
State TV shows bodies of two men said to be fighters from Egypt
Attacks look coordinated, come after Al-Qaeda declaration
Tensions mount in Sudan, despite the ongoing peace process.
Suleiman grandson set to sue Gama’a al-Islamiyya for their statements on his grandfather Omar Suleiman.
The work of Flat6Labs, a company looking to support the next generation of Egyptian entrepreneurs, highlighted by US Secretary of State
As the battle for the capital is underway Syria’s Kurds have emerged as the factor that tipped the scales
25 activists released on Friday, still face charges
Meanwhile Gulf states make alternate plans for oil exports
The foreign representative for the European Union meets with President Morsy as well as representatives at a conference on women
There is hope for this group though, especially because they see themselves existing in a vacuum of the mostly comedy-less Cairo entertainment scene. It just takes more and more performances like the one on Monday before they become the real deal.
The restaurant is near Al-Azhar because the Uyghurs are the second largest population of Chinese Muslims. For years young religious Uyghur students have come to study at the Islamic university.
No party has a clear majority, but moderate coalition in best position
A largescale protest has once again made the town of Mahalla the frontline of Egypt’s labour movement
Dueling draft resolutions on Syria pit Security Council members against each other
The tersely worded statements may hint at secret negotiations on Syria
Egyptian and Saudi delegations both say first meeting was positive after Morsy meets with Saudi officials
Remittances, trade, and investment at the heart of discussion between the two states despite the specter of political friction
Mostly smooth electoral process showing early signs of a liberal win
On the first day of President Mohamed Morsy’s reinstated parliament, hundreds of people crowded the gates as parliamentarians came and went. They were a deeply divided group, with around 200 Morsy supporters camped immediately outside the entrance, while another 40 who opposed the decision stood across the street bitterly looking on. Some politicians drove through …
Clinton and Karzai travel from Kabul to participate in Tokyo donor summit
US cross-border attacks against Taliban militants continue as part of Afghan exit strategy
In an effort to hobble the Iranian government, the EU joined the US this week in refusing to buy oil from the Islamic Republic. At the same time, the US will now penalise banks of any nation that make oil deals with Iran, with a few notable exceptions. The plan was announced at the beginning of …
Small group walks through downtown to engage with the men they hope to change
Marchers hope to publicly demonstrate a strong response to the rising reports of harassment and assault in Egypt
Process of revising exemption laws threatens to dissolve ruling coalition