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NATO has appointed former BND deputy Arndt Freytag von Loringhoven to be the alliance’s first intelligence chief.
New documents released by the CIA have revealed details about the detention of Khalid al-Masri, a German-Lebanese man mistaken for an al Qaeda member in 2003. He is yet to be given compensation or an apology from the US.
A US Congressman says the Chechen Akhmed Chatayev is suspected of planning Tuesday’s attack in Istanbul. Chatayev had been arrested multiple times in Europe and was granted asylum in Austria.
General Ibrahim Salama selected as new head of North Sinai Intelligence
Talks will include Arab financial safety nets for Palestinians, says Fatah leader
“Authorities will be forced to take action once names are revealed,” says NCHR member
Egyptian trucks held in Libya for several days in the latest incident of several faced by Egyptians in the country
Declaration comprises of two articles only; dissolves Shura Council and appoints security advisor
By Daniel Nisman On 28 March, the Egyptian military stunned the tech world when it announced that it had apprehended three divers suspected of attempting to sever the SEA-ME-WE 4 fibre optic cable which services communications and internet connections to Egypt and the greater Middle East region, as well as Asia. Included in the press …
NATO’s US-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) confirmed the bombing was by an Afghan agent.
Al-Senussi confesses killing opposition figure, Al-Kikhia, and burying him in the backyard of Tripoli villa
Israeli Mossad agents entered Egyptian territory, assisted to kill jihadists, says Ma’an News Agency
Maryam Al-Khawaja denied entrance to Egypt for “Top secret”
Government closes Rafah border, Military equipment moved to Sinai, following last week’s attack
Shin Bet claims that the explosives were enough to launch a “wave of serious terrorist attacks”
The president sacks key security and government officials
The Algerian border guards were killed in an ambush
Tel Aviv renewed calls that all tourists in the Sinai region leave immediately, citing intelligence that Gaza-based groups were planning to target Israeli visitors for kidnapping
Anas Al-Assal recalls his kidnapping, questioning, beating, drugging and sudden release