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Prosecution begins investigation into the attacks
One security officer and 7 civilians were killed, including a child, Ministry of Interior
Movements collect donations for Gazans; plan aid envoy scheduled to take off to the strip next week
The border crossing was opened Thursday under exceptional circumstances
Foreign Minister Shoukry says escalation represents continuation of policies of “oppression and collective punishment”
HRW describes Israeli military actions in the West Bank following the kidnap and murder of three Israelis as amounting to “collective punishment”
The ministry says that the Palestinian-Israeli situation is frail and that negotiations should resume
Prosecution accuses 17 individuals of killing six citizens in Alexandria the day after the August 2013 dispersals
Court specialising in terrorism cases sentences the two dozen, allegedly associated to the banned Muslim Brotherhood
The attack came as members of the security forces raided two hotels in central Beirut and detained at least 15 people
Some bystanders join the attackers instead of intervening, human rights advocates say
The attack at Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport began just before midnight Sunday and around dawn, the military said that all 10 attackers had been killed.
AFP- Pro-Russian rebels fighting Ukraine’s Western-backed government have launched their most serious attacks yet on Lugansk International Airport in the east of the country, a military source said Sunday. The assaults, which took place Saturday evening and Sunday morning in the immediate wake of the inauguration of Ukraine’s new President Petro Poroshenko, did not result …
The Salloum border crossing has been shut for trucks in both directions until further notice
The military says six border guards were killed at the hands of smugglers and outlaws
Press Syndicate’s operations room has documented dozens of violations against journalists during presidential elections
The attack was carried out by unknown perpetrators who subsequently fled the scene
Witnesses said Shebab militants, the Al-Qaeda-linked group fighting to overthrow Somalia’s internationally-backed but fragile government, stormed into the complex while MPs were meeting inside.
The two children accidentally triggered the explosive devices while playing
They were off duty and on their way home when armed assailants intercepted them
Search for suspects underway, says interior ministry
Sharqeya continues to be flashpoint for attacks against police officers
Woman escaped, but has been hospitalised for injuries
Amid deteriorating conditions for journalists, human rights group calls on Egyptian authorities to stop targeting journalists
Two others wounded in Giza attack
This is the second explosion of the day in Greater Cairo
Explosion caused no damage or injuries
The Sinai-based militant group has claimed responsibility for attacks around Egypt
Rosenfeld said there had been no casualties but that two settlers had later been arrested.
The Syrian army said the air strikes killed one soldier and wounded seven, cautioning that the assault endangered “the security and stability of the region”.