TURMOIL: Protesters help a wounded comrade during clashes with Egyptian police following a demonstration in Cairo. (AFP)
TRIPOLI: Libya’s Parliament moved into a five-star Tripoli hotel Monday, a day after rioters armed with knives and guns stormed the legislature building, torching furniture, killing a guard and woun
LONDON: A Swedish doctor says four Swedish women who received transplanted wombs have had embryos transferred into them in an attempt to get pregnant.
TRIPOLI: Libyan authorities vowed Monday to pursue a democratic transition in the face of mounting lawlessness after two MPs were shot when protesters stormed the country’s transitional parliament.
MANAMA: A bomb explosion killed three Bahraini policemen on Monday during confrontations between security forces and “rioters” in a village near the capital, the Interior Min
AMMAN: Millions of children in the Middle East will be vaccinated against polio this month after the crippling disease resurfaced in conflict-hit Syria, the United Nations said Sunday.
CAIRO: Egypt’s new prime minister has urged a halt to all protests and strikes to give the nation a breather to rebuild after more than three years of deadly turmoil.
JERUSALEM: Hundreds of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews took to Jerusalem’s streets for a mass prayer vigil Sunday in protest at plans to conscript their young men for Israeli military service.
BENGHAZI: A French engineer was shot dead in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi Sunday, a medical source said, and France’s foreign minister demanded that the attackers be brought to justice.
KUWAIT: Kuwait's 84-year-old ruler Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah has undergone a "successful minor surgery" at a hospital in the United States, KUNA reported on Sunday.
TRIPOLI: Dozens of protesters on Sunday stormed Libya’s interim parliament, the General National Congress, with some of them rampaging through the building, witnesses said.
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