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Ongoing turmoil in Iraq as top Iraqi politician is sentenced to death in absentia
The two sides fight on many fronts while their spokesmen give conflicting statements
Daily News Egypt unable to verify reports
Ten Afghani soldiers killed by Taliban driving suspicion
Motive unknown, underlines dire situation
El-Roweiny is now the sixth member of SCAF to leave the political scene
The exact identity of the attackers remains unclear at this point yet
Morsy appointed Tantawi and Anan as presidential advisors and awarded Tantawi Egypt’s top state honour
Kurdish forces draw attention amidst a military offensive
Evidence of the attackers comes to light as the army reinforces troops and tanks in North Sinai
Government closes Rafah border, Military equipment moved to Sinai, following last week’s attack
Shots were heard outside the presidential palace in the Heliopolis neighborhood of Cairo on Wednesday night at 10.30pm.
a Canadian student arrested in Sinai on suspicion of involvement in an ambush that killed 16 soldiers.
Shin Bet claims that the explosives were enough to launch a “wave of serious terrorist attacks”
The raids followed further attacks on security checkpoints on Tuesday night, this time near Al-Arish.
In a crowded funeral, midday Tuesday, Egyptians honored the security men who were killed in a deadly attack on Sunday night in Sinai.
At midnight on Sunday, 16 Egyptian border guards were pronounced dead. One might imagine that they were just sitting together during iftar, enjoying some of Sinai’s tasty dates and milk when unrevealed gunmen abruptly shot them dead. Some of those killed might have even been taking their last bite of bread at that very moment. …
The killing of 16 Egyptian soldiers near the Rafah border raises questions
The Supreme Council of Armed Forces announces the details of the Rafah deadly attack, vowing to avenge the killing of 16 Egyptian soldiers near Rafah.
Countries to vote against the UN General Assembly resolution include some of the most isolated states in the body’s membership
The Lebanese Member of Parliament thinks the army is not operating independently
An exodus of historic proportions is underway as besieged citizens abandon Syria’s second city for safety
The January 25th revolutionaries believe in their heart of hearts that their revolution came to end the July 23rd revolution
Group vows to push back the Islamists in northern Mali
Armed groups continue to overrun post-revolution Libya
Officials request an investigation into an incident which left one Indian national dead
Military abuse continues as protesters challenge the ruling generals
Iran’s’ tiny’ army is bigger than it seems