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Ten killed overnight in clashes, while PM warns people against “slipping into the fires that surround Lebanon”
Security forces arrest more men, as human rights organisations’ criticism continue
Motive unknown, underlines dire situation
Of the 14, eight were convicted in absentia.
The Rafah border crossing was reopened yesterday
More security for 100 hospitals around Egypt, More medical supplies and improved PR departments to deal with Furious families
Tribal leaders promised to support the Egyptian army and the Ministry of Interior in their joint crackdowns on terrorism in Sinai, with the goal of restoring and maintaining security in the peninsula
a Canadian student arrested in Sinai on suspicion of involvement in an ambush that killed 16 soldiers.
Over the last month emergency rooms and intensive care units (ICUs) have been subject to a series of violent attacks
The deceased soldiers were given a military funeral in Al-Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City
Authorities considering defining attack against minority as “domestic terrorism”
Stepping back and taking a good look at the news, I realised that according to the media, violence has reached unprecedented levels in this country
This latest bombing in Yemen highlights the fragile state of Yemen’s security
Doctors unable to treat patients at public hospitals for fear of safety
The Egyptian Interior Minister, Mohamed Ibrahim, announces the reassignment of 3,800 police officers across Egypt
A dozen aid workers are evacuated from the border of Algeria in fear of attacks
Multiple attacks a few hours apart lead to a doctors’ strike and the closing of emergency rooms
Following a robbery and killing of two Indian nationals, Nigerian security authorities hint the attack may have been the work of militant group Boko Haram
25 activists released on Friday, still face charges
Doctors are asking for more protection as their syndicate fails them
Banks opted to close their office at noon Several banks in Cairo sent staff home at midday yesterday due to possible demonstrations following the announcement of Egypt’s new president. Banks, fearing a return of lawlessness reminiscent of the days during the Egyptian uprising, closed branch offices between 1 and 2pm. A Security officer at the …
Ministry of Interior orders police to shoot to kill if there are attacks on Police in the fallout of the announcement
All banks in Cairo undertook efforts to secure their facilities as they expected violence regardless of the outcome.