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On their Facebook pages, rival groups issued boasts, taunts and chilling threats — one vowing to "purify" Libya of its opponents, the NYT reports. ... [Read More]
When a new bout of fighting between rival militias engulfed the Libyan capital in recent days, badly shaking the fragile United Nations-backed government, some combatants... [Read More]
On their Facebook pages, rival groups issued boasts, taunts and chilling threats — one vowing to "purify" Libya of its opponents, the NYT reports. ... [Read More]
When a new bout of fighting between rival militias engulfed the Libyan capital in recent days, badly shaking the fragile United Nations-backed government, some combatants... [Read More]
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The mysterious death of Bishop Epiphanius, found in a pool of blood, has exposed simmering tensions in the cloistered world of Egypt's ancient desert monasteries. [Read More]
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Read more about Egypt's football star, Mohamed Salah, is now set upon humbling his bosses on Business Standard. In Egypt, Salah's outburst came across as... [Read More]
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Egypt's soccer superstar Mohamed Salah unleashed a fierce assault on the country's sporting establishment — an unusual act in a country where dissent is dangerous. [Read More]
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Prompted by the unexplained death of a middle-age British couple at an Egyptian Red Sea resort this week, their tour company was evacuating 300 foreign... [Read More]
The sudden deaths John and Susan Cooper prompted their travel company to evacuate all of its guests from the hotel amid a welter of conflicting... [Read More]
A British couple are vacationing at a Red Sea resort in Egypt with their daughter and three grandchildren. [Read More]
Prompted by the unexplained deaths of a middle-age British couple at an Egyptian Red Sea resort this week, their tour company was evacuating 300 foreign... [Read More]
The tour operator Thomas Cook said the circumstances of the couple's deaths were unclear, but the Egyptian authorities attributed them to natural causes. [Read More]
The death of Bishop Epiphanius, found in a pool of blood, has exposed simmering tensions in the cloistered world of Egypt's ancient desert monasteries. [Read More]
The State Department released $195 million in aid to Egypt, a year after it was blocked over concerns about President Sisi's human rights record. [Read More]
The U.N. court is the most prominent international body to rule in a bitter feud dividing the Persian Gulf. [Read More]
After an Egyptian cobra bit a famous Turkish illusionist, officials scrambled to get him to Cairo for treatment. It was a rare instance of cooperation... [Read More]
The arrest of a Russian belly dancer exposed simmering tensions in Cairo's belly-dancing scene. Critics say foreigners are sullying an ancient art form. Many Egyptians... [Read More]
A tepid performance in the soccer tournament has disappointed Egyptian fans. But they still love Mohamed Salah. [Read More]
Three ships with enough aid to feed six million people for a month were unloaded in Al Hudaydah, even as fighting around the Yemeni port... [Read More]
Officials loyal to Yemen's exiled government claimed that the coalition had seized the airport and deployed engineers to clear explosives. But Iranian-backed Houthi rebels launched... [Read More]
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