TURMOIL: Protesters help a wounded comrade during clashes with Egyptian police following a demonstration in Cairo. (AFP)
CAIRO: Egypt’s outgoing housing minister Ibrahim Mahlab told state-run Al-Ahram newspaper on Tuesday that he had been asked to form a new government, Al-Ahram reported on its website.
HEBRON, Palestinian Territories: Twenty years on, the massacre of 29 Muslims by a Jewish extremist as they prayed in a West Bank mosque still haunts Mohammed Abu Al-Halawa, a survivor who was left a p
ANKARA, Turkey: An opposition leader has called on Turkey’s top prosecutors to launch an investigation into Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan for alleged corruption after the disclosure of audio r
CAIRO: The leader of a powerful Al-Qaeda-linked jihadi group in Syria has given a rival Al-Qaeda breakaway a five-day ultimatum to seek arbitration by leading clerics or be expelled from the region.
TRIPOLI: Libyan police have found seven Egyptian Christians shot dead on a beach in eastern Libya, security officials and local residents said on Monday, in the second such execution-style killing sin
For the past few years, the issue of the so-called “Jordanian option” as an alternative country for the Palestinians has been one of the most heated discussions among the elites in the
BAGHDAD: Iran has signed a deal to sell Iraq arms and ammunition worth $195 million, according to documents seen by Reuters — a move that would break a UN embargo on weapons sales by Tehran.
CAIRO: Egyptian authorities have ordered more than 500 supporters of Islamist President Muhammad Mursi to face a mass tribunal on violence charges.
CAIRO: Egypt’s interim prime minister announced Monday the resignation of his Cabinet, a surprise move that could be designed in part to pave the way for the nation’s military chief to
BEIRUT: Lebanese Army says it is “paying the price in blood” in the fight against “terrorism,” after a suicide car bombing killed two soldiers and a civilian.
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