Lieberman calls to oust Mahmoud Abbas, accusing him of being “uninterested or unable” to reach an agreement to end the Palestinian/Israeli conflict
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Maariv claiming Knesset is worried about Egypt breaching the Camp David, “No Comment” remains the common phrase
Sectarian violence erupts in Lebanon, wounding 33 people
Controversial Ethiopian PM Meles Zenawi dies, leaving Ethiopia in power vacuum
Media control laws remain despite revoking of censorship
Development plans aim to settle large swathes of Sinai as agricultural zones
Assange speaks as UK-Ecuador diplomatic row continues
Salafists protest against cultural events deemed as ‘un-Islamic’
Nasrallah boasted that Hezbollah has the capability of hitting specific targets which would leave tens of thousands of people dead
So far, no one has claimed responsibility, but Iraq believes the attacks are the work of an Al-Qaeda offshoot
The operation to clear the Sinai of suspected militant groups has been named Operation Eagle by the Egyptian armed forces
Of the 14, eight were convicted in absentia.
Dozens of people clashed with police officers clad in riot gear on Monday
The Rafah border crossing was reopened yesterday
Roughly 6,000 protesters, mostly female, took to the streets of Tunis
As the sun began to make its way down the horizon, and families gathered at the park for Iftar, the signal to start was given. For the next ten seconds everyone scrambled to find a pose, and continued to hold the pose for the next three minutes. A videographer roamed around the still participants.
As part of their mission statement, Helm wishes to facilitate the employability process and increase job opportunities by connecting people with special needs with employers, and helping to launch and support for-profit businesses with inclusive employment policies.
Okasha is known for his controversial statements and criticism of the Brotherhood.
Activists are upset at government subsidy cuts
From the eyes of Muslims overseas, we explore personal experiences
Violence occurs as new government assumes office
Government closes Rafah border, Military equipment moved to Sinai, following last week’s attack
Iran to host a meeting to discuss the Syrian situation
Hafez said the objective of the festival is to explore how we take part in documenting a moment in history, a place in the world or a personal reality in such a hyper-documented reality.
An official within the Iraqi Interior Ministry said that gunmen armed with silencers on their weapons managed to assassinate a Justice Ministry worker in Jamiyah on Tuesday as well as an Agriculture Ministry employee in Adil, both western suburbs of the capital city of Baghdad. Two soldiers were also shot and killed at a checkpoint …
Yemen’s military is currently undergoing restructuring in an attempt to curb the power of the son of a former president, Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh. Saleh currently holds the position of Brigadier General in the Yemeni army. According to Yemen state media ,Saba, Monday, the current President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi issued decrees which transfer the command …
Shin Bet claims that the explosives were enough to launch a “wave of serious terrorist attacks”
Hamas calls move “collective punishment,” as Brotherhood suggests Israeli involvement
Cimatheque is a multi-purpose space dedicated to celebrating film and independent filmmakers in Egypt. It is meant to be a dynamic work space for independent filmmakers to collaborate, research and network, aiding the development of their talents.
8 killed in suicide car bomb attack on a military checkpoint in the north-eastern city of Damaturu Sunday