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At 6:45 in the morning, attackers pummeled the ICRC residence while ICRC staffers were asleep inside
8 killed in suicide car bomb attack on a military checkpoint in the north-eastern city of Damaturu Sunday
The censorship that dominated during Burma’s long history of military rule still controls the media
This latest bombing in Yemen highlights the fragile state of Yemen’s security
The party is proceeding with legal action following fires at two buildings in Cairo and Giza
The clashes between Copts and Muslims began after an argument arising between a Coptic clothes-presser burned the shirt of his Muslim customer
Tel Aviv renewed calls that all tourists in the Sinai region leave immediately, citing intelligence that Gaza-based groups were planning to target Israeli visitors for kidnapping
A man from Ramlet Boulaq, a poor district behind the Nile City Towers, was reportedly shot and killed by tourism police and another was injured
Amid US Congress hearings on Bahrain, protesters face more violence despite an order from the Bahrain crown prince to security forces to use restraint
Saudi authorities release Nazir Al-Majid, a year after detaining him
A teacher and Shia facing blasphemy charges are among the recent examples of growing religious tensions in Egypt
Violent actions continue in Iraq
Libyan General Khalifa Hefter shot by unknown assailants
How will Muslims celebrate Ramadan in a year when Muslim minorities are suffering oppression in a number of countries worldwide?
Despite Sudans rejection of the South Sudan proposal, the UN and AU remain committed to resolving the crisis
In a shootout with kidnappers, officers free Ahmed Khalil
With the Syrian crisis taking on differing challenging security and political dimensions almost hourly, a continuous exodus of thousands of Syrian refugees across Syria’s borders into neighboring countries steadily rises by the day.
Attacks look coordinated, come after Al-Qaeda declaration
Fighting rages on in major cities as military claims to regain control.
Group vows to push back the Islamists in northern Mali
The fighting which had started earlier this week in Mutah University, South Jordan reached a new level of violence on Wednesday
All banks in Cairo undertook efforts to secure their facilities as they expected violence regardless of the outcome.
The Muslim Brotherhood Freedom and Justice Party will pursue legal action against Al-Dostour Newspaper, charging the daily with slander, libel and defamation for an article alleging the FJP was planning to assassinate nearly 200 public officials.
The ongoing violence has only worsened while Boko Haram claims reponsibility
Coordinated attacks punctuate a period of pilgrimage in Iraq, increasing instability in the summer months.