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US spy chiefs hit back in Europe row

The revelations came as a senior official said President Barack Obama was considering banning US spies from tapping the telephones of allied leaders, in the wake of German outrage over alleged snooping on Chancellor Angela Merkel’s communications.

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In pictures: Pro-Morsi Al-Azhar students clash with security

Student supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim brotherhood clashed with security forces outside their university. The CSF on site fired tear gas to disperse students protesting in support of ousted President Mohamed Morsi. Rock-throwing was exchanged between the two parties. Students chanted against the military and the police as they blocked Al-Nasr …

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Israel arrests Hamas members in West Bank

Hamas has ruled the Gaza Strip since it took over the territory in 2007, but many of its members remain in the West Bank, which is home to the Palestinian Authority, dominated by president Mahmud Abbas’s Fatah party.

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In Pictures: Egyptians mourn dead following church attack

AFP-  Egyptians mourn the dead of the attack on  the Virgin Mary Coptic Christian church in Cairo, after gunmen on a motorbike shot dead three people Sunday night including an eight-year-old girl, in a shooting attack on a group standing outside the church in Al-Waraq neighbourhood following a wedding ceremony. Photos by AFP

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In Pictures: Al-Azhar Pro-Morsi students clash with police

  Al-Azhar University students clashes with the police on Sunday during an anti-army protest. Nearly 3,000 students initially blocked the main Nasr road leading to the campus, and clashes with police ensued leaving reports of injury. Tear gas was fired by the police while students used rocks and fireworks in return. Photos by Ahmed Al-Malky …

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