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The preacher is accused of leaving Salafi affiliated signs inside a mosque in Matariya
Describing the drilling of the new canal as “legendary,” state media outlets promise prosperity and effective change.
“It’s not a political issue but a social and cultural one,” said social expert during NCW conference
Ibrahim Mehleb will meet Abdullah Al-Thinni to discuss developments in the Libyan crisis
68 defendants charged with forming, managing terrorist organisation
Ruling party threatened to form government after opposition parties took over 25% of seats
Among the injured were two army conscripts, while bombs were defused near Ramses Square and Al-Shorouk
Spike in attacks by militant groups remains consistent in apparent contradiction of interior ministry claims
Amid support from government-led Sunni institutions, movements warn of Egyptian military intervention, refuse “Iranian expansionist polices”
Ajnad Misr is the fourth group to be prosecuted by the State
Cabinet approves committee to deal with victims of terrorism in Libya
Ministry of Religious Endowment accepts sermons by Borhamy and Makhyoun
Attacks left 2 dead, 5 others injured across Copenhagen
Need for collaboration against abhorrent terrorism, says FM spokesman
“This happens every week,” says analyst Mohamed Qadri Saeed
Border guards detain 151 illegal migrants attempting to enter Libya
Report warns of ‘angry’ movements and ‘violent’ state strategy next 25 January anniversary
Libyan government orders military to retake Tripoli, calls for civil disobedience in capital
Libyan and Egyptian Foreign Ministers deny any interference
1,200 Egyptians entered Tunisia Friday, fleeing the violence in Libya, says Tunisian news agency
Also in Aleppo province, a ninth man was executed and crucified in Al-Bab town near the border with Turkey.
Al-Nusra and other rebel groups in Syria have been locked in fierce fighting with ISIL since January that has killed thousands of fighters.
Voters in Tripoli and Benghazi took advantage of a public holiday called for the election, trickling in to cast their ballots.
The explosion happened at around midnight near an army checkpoint and a cafe where football fans were watching a World Cup match.
Kerry met with Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki and was to hold talks with Iraqi leaders across the political and communal spectrum.
Supporters in the western Afghan city burnt their voter registration cards in protest against alleged irregularities in the contest between the former foreign minister and rival Ashraf Ghani.
Security forces in Mosul wilted in the face of the onslaught, in some cases abandoning uniforms and even vehicles in their haste to flee.
AFP – At least 15 people have been killed in a new attack near Kenya’s coast, officials said Tuesday, just 24 hours after Somalia’s Shebab rebels massacred close to 50 people in the same area. The Al-Qaeda-linked Islamist group said its fighters carried out the latest attack on a village, and that its commando unit …
AFP – A bomb attack targeting a weapons bazaar in eastern Syria close to the Iraqi border killed 30 “terrorists” on Saturday, state television reported. “A big explosion hits a terrorist arms market in Mayadeen, killing 30 terrorists and wounding dozens of others,” the television reported. Just 80 kilometres (50 miles) from the Iraqi border, …
Jarba is not running against Assad in a 3 June presidential vote but Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian hit out regardless.