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  • Somalia PM: Libya, Egypt backing militants Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Jul 29 7:51 PM
    Somalia's prime minister charged Saturday that Egypt, Libya and Iran are arming the Islamic militants who challenge his rule, lengthening the list of countries accused of fueling this country's political chaos.

  • Egypt condemns Israel's Qana bombing in south Lebanon Open this result in new window
    People's Daily - Jul 30 4:51 PM
    Egypt issued a presidential statement on Sunday and condemned Israel's attack on the southern Lebanese village of Qana as "irresponsible," the official MENA news agency reported.

  • Somalia PM: Libya, Egypt Backing Militants Open this result in new window
    ABC News - Jul 29 8:13 PM
    Somalia's Prime Minister Accuses Iran, Libya and Egypt of Supporting Islamic Militants

  • M&M to set up assembly unit in Egypt Open this result in new window
    Business Standard India - Jul 30 11:41 AM
    Mahindra & Mahindra has signed a long-term agreement with Bavarian Auto Trading Company, an Egyptian automobile manufacturer and trader, for setting up a completely-knocked-down (CKD) assembly unit in Egypt.

  • Egypt accused of arming Somali Islamists militia Open this result in new window
    The Herald - Jul 30 1:45 PM
    CAIRO. Egypt yesterday voiced dismay at accusations by Somali Prime Minister Ali Mohammed Gedi that it was supplying weapons to the Islamic Courts militia who control the capital Mogadishu, a foreign ministry statement said.

  • KING ABDULLHA OF JORDAN , MUBARAK OF EGYPT AND THE SAUDI KING ARE NOTHING MORE THAN IMPOTENT MONKEYS , WHO ARE WATCHING  Open this result in new window
    News From Bangladesh - Jul 30 11:23 AM
    KING ABDULLHA OF JORDAN , MUBARAK OF EGYPT AND THE SAUDI KING ARE NOTHING MORE THAN IMPOTENT MONKEYS , WHO ARE WATCHING FROM THEIR SAFE WINDOWS -WHILE BABIES ARE BEIGN KILLED IN LEBANON , WHAT ARE THE PEOPLE IN THE ARAB STREETS DOING OR THINKNG ???

  • Somali prime minister links Egypt, Libya, Iran to rebels Open this result in new window
    Pioneer Press - Jul 30 1:28 AM
    BRIEFING: FATHER'S PUBLIC PROTEST BAIDOA, Somalia Somali Prime Minister Mohammed Ali Gedi charged Saturday that Egypt, Libya and Iran are arming the Islamic militants who want to bring down his government. The U.N.-backed government also claims that Eritrea Ethiopia's enemy is helping the militants. "Egypt, Libya and Iran, whom we thought were friends, are engaged in fueling the conflict in

  • Egypt denies arming Islamists Open this result in new window
    News 24 South Africa - Jul 30 10:31 AM
    Egypt has denied accusations by Somali Prime Minister Ali Mohammed Gedi that it was supplying weapons to the Islamic Courts militia who control Mogadishu.

  • Egypt, Libya and Iran help our enemies, Somali premier says Open this result in new window
    Miami Herald - Jul 30 12:17 AM
    Somalia's prime minister on Saturday accused Egypt, Libya and Iran of providing weapons to Islamic militants who have seized control of much of this country's south, the latest allegation that the nation is being torn apart by outsiders.

  • Somali leader accuses Iran, Libya and Egypt of supporting Islamic Open this result in new window
    USA Today - Jul 29 4:30 AM
    Somalia's prime minister on Saturday accused Egypt, Libya and Iran of providing weapons for Islamic militants who have seized control of much of this country's south.

  • KING ABDULLHA OF JORDAN , MUBARAK OF EGYPT AND THE SUADI KING ARE NOTHING MORE THAN IMPOTENT MONKEYS , WHO ARE WTACHING  Open this result in new window
    News From Bangladesh - Jul 30 3:49 AM
    KING ABDULLHA OF JORDAN , MUBARAK OF EGYPT AND THE SUADI KING ARE NOTHING MORE THAN IMPOTENT MONKEYS , WHO ARE WTACHING FROM THEIR SAFE WONDOWS -WHEN BABIES ARE BEIGN KILLED IN LEBANON , WHAT ARE THE PEOPLE IN THE ARAB STREETS DOING OR THINKNG ???

  • Mubarak: Any attempt to drag Egypt into illogical conflict unacceptable Open this result in new window
    ArabicNews.com - Jul 29 9:07 PM
    In statements to Akhbar EI-Yom's Editor-in-Chief Momtaz Al-Qot, published in the weekly newspaper today, Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak said that contact channels between Egypt and Israel are directed to the service of Arab interests in the first place and aim at bringing closer viewpoints.

  • Somalia PM: Libya, Egypt backing militants Open this result in new window
    Syracuse.com - Jul 29 8:15 PM
    BAIDOA, Somalia (AP) Somalia's prime minister charged Saturday that Egypt, Libya and Iran are arming the Islamic militants who challenge his rule, lengthening the list of countries accused of fueling this country's political chaos.

  • Somali PM accuses Egypt, Libya, Iran Open this result in new window
    Aljazeera - Jul 29 6:27 PM
    Somalia's interim prime minister has accused Egypt, Libya and Iran of providing weapons to Islamists who have taken control of much of the country's southern region.

  • Boeing $50m Egypt military sale Open this result in new window
    AME Info - Jul 29 8:44 PM
    Boeing has signed a $50m Foreign Military Sales agreement with the US army to supply its Avenger short-range air defence fire units to Egypt, Gulf News reported. Delivery is due by September 2008. Boeing has previously delivered the system to Egypt from 2000-2004.

  • Somali leader accuses Iran, Libya and Egypt of supporting Islamic militants Open this result in new window
    Boston Herald - Jul 29 6:28 AM
    BAIDOA, Somalia - Somalia's prime minister on Saturday accused Egypt, Libya and Iran of providing weapons for Islamic militants who have seized control of much of this country's south. "Egypt,...

  • Egypt's mufti defends Hizbollah operations Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Jul 28 8:11 AM
    The Mufti of Egypt, the country's senior exponent of Islamic law, said the Lebanese guerrilla group Hizbollah was defending Lebanon against Israeli injustice.

  • Somalia: Iran, Libya and Egypt helping militia Open this result in new window
    Mail and Guardian - Jul 29 5:46 AM
    Somalia's prime minister on Saturday accused Egypt, Libya and Iran of providing weapons for Islamic militants who have seized control of much of the country's south, citing unnamed sources within his government.

  • Egypt wins title Open this result in new window
    The Hindu - Jul 29 1:13 PM
    CHENNAI: Egypt bagged the title beating Pakistan 2-1 in the final of the World junior team squash championship, which concluded in New Zealand. Malaysia took the third place beating England 2-1. The results (final): Egypt bt ...

  • Egypt mufti backs Hezbollahs fight Open this result in new window
    Gulf Times - Jul 29 1:32 AM
    CAIRO: The mufti of Egypt, the countrys senior exponent of Islamic law, said the Lebanese guerrilla group Hezbollah was defending Lebanon against Israeli injustice.

  • Analysis: Hezbollah May Have the Edge Open this result in new window
    Los Angeles Times - Jul 30 1:49 PM
    CAIRO, Egypt -- It's hard to defeat a group of extremists who can mingle among civilian supporters and are pros at propaganda.

  • Egypt pip Pakistan in thriller Open this result in new window
    Stuff - Jul 28 1:32 PM
    New Zealand's players could only watch in awe at the skills of Pakistan and Egypt in the final of the teams event at the world junior men's squash championships in Palmerston North last night.

  • Analysis: Hezbollah May Have the Edge Open this result in new window
    phillyburbs.com - Jul 30 2:04 PM
    CAIRO, Egypt - It's hard to defeat a group of extremists who can mingle among civilian supporters and are pros at propaganda. Israel's military faces the same conundrum the United States has encountered elsewhere - finding that airstrikes are costly in civilian deaths and public support, while ground attacks are risky for soldiers.

  • Egypt win world junior squash title, India 5th Open this result in new window
    New Kerala - Jul 28 12:44 PM
    New Delhi: Top seeds Egypt Friday defeated defending champions and second seeds Pakistan 2-1 to win the title while India finished fifth at the Men's World Junior Team Squash Championship in New Zealand.

  • Arab support on rise for Hezbollah Open this result in new window
    NorthJersey.com - Jul 30 9:14 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt -- A top Egyptian cleric issued an edict Saturday defending Hezbollah's fight against Israel, as Arab support for the militant group grew around the region.

  • Somali PM links murder to "international terror" Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Jul 29 1:41 PM
    Somalia's prime minister on Saturday accused Libya, Egypt, Iran and Eritrea of fomenting extremism in his country, and said the killers of a cabinet minister had links with "international terrorists."

  • Analysis: Hezbollah may have the edge Open this result in new window
    Syracuse.com - Jul 30 1:55 PM
    CAIRO, Egypt (AP) It's hard to defeat a group of extremists who can mingle among civilian supporters and are pros at propaganda. Israel's military faces the same conundrum the United States has encountered elsewhere finding that airstrikes are costly in civilian deaths and public support, while ground attacks are risky for soldiers.

  • Blair repeating blunder of supporting Israel's attack on Egypt: MPs Open this result in new window
    ArabicNews.com - Jul 29 9:07 PM
    UK Prime Minister Tony Blair was warned yesterday that he was repeating Britain's biggest foreign policy blunder in the past 50 years by supporting the Israel's bloodbath in Lebanon.

  • Somali PM links cabinet murder to 'terrorism' Open this result in new window
    Independent Online - Jul 30 4:38 PM
    Somalia's prime minister has accused Libya, Egypt, Iran and Eritrea of fomenting extremism in his country, and said the killers of a cabinet minister had links with "international terrorists."

  • Select an Edition: Open this result in new window
    AlertNet - Jul 30 10:10 AM
    CAIRO, July 30 (Reuters) - Egypt summoned Israel's ambassador to Cairo on Sunday to express its outrage over an Israeli air strike in Lebanon that killed more than 60 civilians, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

  • Sunday July 30, 2006 Open this result in new window
    The New Zealand Herald - Jul 30 10:26 AM
    BAIDOA, Somalia - Somalia's prime minister has accused Libya, Egypt, Iran and Eritrea of fomenting extremism in his country, saying the killers of a cabinet minister had links with "international terrorists."

  • President Arrives in Egypt for Talks with Mubarak Open this result in new window
    Palestine News Agency - Jul 28 11:48 AM
    ALEXANDRIA, July 28, 2006 (WAFA) - President Mahmoud Abbas arrived Friday in Alexandria of Egypt for talks with his Egyptian counterpart Hosni Mubarak.

  • 1983 Fiat Ritmo CL from Egypt Open this result in new window
    Carsurvey.org - Jul 30 8:54 AM
    "Is there any car worse?" What things have gone wrong with the car? Every thing gone wrong with the car, LETTERLY! First thing the motor was producing enormous white fumes, I changed the pistons and the rings.

  • Accusals fly as Somali chaos worsens Open this result in new window
    The Buffalo News - Jul 30 6:02 AM
    BAIDOA, Somalia - Somalia's prime minister charged Saturday that Egypt, Libya and Iran are arming the Islamic militants who challenge his rule, lengthening the list of countries accused of fueling Somalia's political chaos.

  • World briefs, 7/30 Open this result in new window
    Denver Post - Jul 30 1:55 AM
    BAIDOA, Somalia Other nations fueling unrest, premier says Somalia's prime minister charged Saturday that Egypt, Libya and Iran are arming the Islamic militants who challenge his rule, lengthening the list of countries accused

  • Somalia's premier, rebels point fingers Open this result in new window
    The Columbus Dispatch - Jul 30 4:05 AM
    BAIDOA, Somalia Somalias prime minister charged yesterday that Egypt, Libya and Iran are arming the Islamic militants who challenge his rule, lengthening the list of countries accused of fueling this countrys political chaos.

  • Somalia Points Fingers After Takeover Open this result in new window
    CBS News - Jul 29 6:01 PM
    Somalia's prime minister accused Egypt, Libya and Iran of providing weapons to Islamic militants who have seized control of much of this country's south, the latest allegation that the nation is being torn apart by outsiders.

  • The mufti of Egypt, Sheikh Ali Gomaa, defended Hezbollah Open this result in new window
    India Daily - Jul 28 6:54 AM
    The mufti of Egypt, Sheikh Ali Gomaa, defended Hezbollah on July 28. He said the guerrilla group is not engaged in terrorism, but defending Lebanon against Israeli aggression.

  • Somali premier accuses allies of backing terrorists Open this result in new window
    San Jose Mercury News - Jul 30 3:20 AM
    Somalia's prime minister on Saturday accused Egypt, Libya and Iran of providing weapons for Islamist militants who have seized control of much of this country's south.

  • Top cleric defends Hezbollah in an edict Open this result in new window
    Fort Worth Star-Telegram - Jul 30 2:46 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt -- A top Egyptian cleric issued a religious edict Saturday defending Hezbollah's fight against Israel, as Arab support for the militant group grew around the region.

  • ANNE CHALFANT: TICKET TO RIDE: Westerners receive warm welcome from Egyptians Open this result in new window
    Contra Costa Times - Jul 30 3:04 AM
    I'm glad I finally got to Egypt. The lure has been there since we all started learning about the Land of the Pharaoh in grade school.

  • Israel-Lebanon Fighting Leads Arab Media Open this result in new window
    Los Angeles Times - Jul 29 1:49 PM
    CAIRO, Egypt -- For Arab news media, the war between Israel and Hezbollah is a fresh chapter in a tale with strong emotional pull and well-defined enemies, and has pushed Iraq to the back of newscasts and off front pages.

  • Child Victims Incite Anger in Lebanon and Beyond Open this result in new window
    New York Times - 2 hours, 1 minute ago
    In downtown Beirut, thousands of demonstrators filled the streets, smashing windows at the U.N. headquarters.

  • Israel suspends bombings Open this result in new window
    International Herald Tribune - 1 hour, 30 minutes ago
    Israel agreed to suspend its airstrikes for 48 hours while it investigates an air raid on the Lebanese town of Qana that killed dozens of civilians, many of them children. Pressure increased for a cease-fire.

  • Hezbollah's resistance winning Arab support Open this result in new window
    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Jul 29 9:14 PM
    CAIRO, Egypt -- A top Egyptian cleric issued an edict yesterday defending Hezbollah's fight against Israel, as Arab support for the militant group grew around the region.

  • In Tomorrow's Paper Open this result in new window
    EdmontonSun.com - Jul 30 2:52 AM
    BAIDOA, Somalia -- Somalia's prime minister yesterday accused Egypt, Libya and Iran of providing weapons for Islamic militants who have seized control of much of this country's south.

  • 2,000 years on, CT scan reveals mystery of the mummy Open this result in new window
    Daily Mail - Jul 30 1:23 AM
    Two thousand years is a long time to wait for a CT scan, even by the standards of the beleaguered NHS. But a small child mummified in ancient Egypt, became an unlikely patient at the MRI unit of Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital

  • Egypt to continue pushing for ceasefire in Lebanon: FM Open this result in new window
    People's Daily - Jul 27 7:56 PM
    Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul Gheit said on Thursday that Egypt would continue efforts to press for a ceasefire in Lebanon although a Wednesday international conference failed to make such an appeal.

  • Posted: 30-07-2006 , 05:38 GMT Open this result in new window
    Al Bawaba - Jul 29 10:46 PM
    Tunisian singer Latifa has established a charity organization that supports orphan children in Egypt. The funding for the organization is taken directly from every concert Latifa holds.

  • Israel halts bombing after deadly strike Open this result in new window
    International Herald Tribune - Jul 30 5:59 PM
    Israel agreed to suspend its airstrikes for 48 hours while it investigates an air raid on the southern Lebanese town of Qana that killed dozens of civilians. The bombing put enormous pressure on Israel and the United States to move rapidly toward a cease-fire.

  • Dan's slice of wry, July 30 Open this result in new window
    Daily Bulletin - Jul 30 12:11 AM
    A woman has twins, and gives them up for adoption. One of them goes to a family in Egypt and is named "Amal." The other goes to a family in Spain; they name him "Juan."

  • Images of Lebanese Death Intensify Arab Anger Open this result in new window
    New York Times - Jul 30 3:48 PM
    In downtown Beirut, thousands of demonstrators filled the streets, smashing windows at the United Nations headquarters.

  • Social & Personal Open this result in new window
    Times of Malta - Jul 29 11:14 PM
    Heard in the Hive - The Bee Abdelkarim Soliman, Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt, and Mrs Solilman, last Tuesday hosted a reception at their residence, Villa Misr in Kappara, to celebrate Egypt's National Day. In the...

  • Arab rulers lash out at Israel Open this result in new window
    Knoxville News Sentinal - Jul 29 9:52 PM
    CAIRO, Egypt - Rising Arab anger over the Israeli offensive against Hezbollah appears to have pushed conservative rulers in the region to refocus their criticism away from the Shiite guerrillas and onto Israel.

  • Being at water's edge provides a break from the busy world Open this result in new window
    Southern Illinoisan - Jul 29 10:24 PM
    The soothing qualities of water are amazing. We were visiting relatives at Lake of Egypt Sunday. It seemed just natural to slip down to the lake for a few minutes. Actually, I intended to spend just a few minutes at water's edge - for once, I had no rod and reel with me.

  • Village attack halts diplomacy Open this result in new window
    USA Today - Jul 30 12:37 PM
    Israel's bombardment of the Lebanese village of Qana on Sunday reverberated throughout the Middle East and beyond.

  • Mubarak: Israeli military operations is collective punishment of Palestinians, Lebanese Open this result in new window
    ArabicNews.com - Jul 29 9:05 PM
    Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak has stressed the need for accelerating international diplomatic moves for halting raging war in Lebanon. The President said current military operations are a collective punishment of the Lebanese and Palestinians.

  • Linking Egyptian national grid to Gaza's to alleviate Palestinians woes Open this result in new window
    ArabicNews.com - Jul 29 9:08 PM
    An Egyptian Ministry of Electricity and Energy source said yesterday that the implementation of an urgent program to link Egypt's national grid to that of the Gaza Strip aims at assuaging sufferings of our brothers in Palestine especially areas that have been denied electricity due to Israeli attacks.

  • Jazeera to Assiut from August Open this result in new window
    AME Info - Jul 29 8:59 PM
    Jazeera Airways will start flights from Kuwait to the Egypt's pharaonic city of Assiut starting 3 August 2006. Flights will run three times a week, on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. It is the airline's third Egyptian destination after Alexandria and Luxor.

  • Like having an ATM at home Open this result in new window
    Zawya - Jul 30 1:48 AM
    July 2006 If the thought of long lines, noisy lobbies and being shuffled from window to window just to transfer funds sounds unappealing, you're not alone. Banks in Egypt have recognized that many of their clients have better things to do than take time off to visit their branches.

  • Somali killing linked to global terror, says PM Open this result in new window
    Gulf Times - Jul 30 1:21 AM
    BAIDOA, Somalia: Somalias prime minister has accused Libya, Egypt, Iran and Eritrea of fomenting extremism in his country, and said the killers of a cabinet minister had links with international terrorists.

  • Foreigners blamed for minister's killing Open this result in new window
    The Australian - Jul 29 2:59 PM
    SOMALIA'S prime minister has overnight accused Libya, Egypt, Iran and Eritrea of fomenting extremism in his country, and said the killers of a cabinet minister had links with "international terrorists."

  • Auburn's Seven Wonders Open this result in new window
    The Auburn Citizen - Jul 29 8:59 PM
    AUBURN - From the Pyramids in Egypt to the wonder of Niagara Falls, the world is full of wonders both natural and manmade. Through the spring the eighth grade class of East Middle School was asked to discover the wonders that lay right in their own backyards.

  • Cape Girardeau man drowns in local lake Open this result in new window
    KFVS12 - Jul 29 8:49 PM
    According to investigators, a Cape Girardeau man drowned after going missing near Lake of Egypt Saturday night. Rescue crews found 23-year-old Caleb Lumos of Cape Girardeau in Lake of Egypt between 5 and 5:30 Sunday evening.

  • Somali prime minister survives vote of no-confidence Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Jul 30 9:04 AM
    Somalia's Prime Minister Ali Mohamed Gedi has survived a vote of no-confidence in his 18-month-old government accused of incompetence and illegally deploying Ethiopian troops to counter Islamist guerrillas.

  • Powering the Heartland on high demand days Open this result in new window
    KFVS12 - Jul 29 8:47 PM
    The Lake of Egypt power plant in Williamson County generates enough electricity to meet the needs of everyone, and everything in a 24 county region of Southern Illinois. But the extreme heat over the past few days is pushing their generating capabilities to the limit.

  • Somalia has 1st commercial flight in years Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Jul 30 9:58 AM
    The first commercial flight in a decade departed Mogadishu's newly reopened international airport Sunday, demonstrating how Islamic militants have pacified the once-anarchic capital and much of southern Somalia.

  • Arab support for Hezbollah growing Open this result in new window
    Syracuse.com - Jul 29 2:00 PM
    CAIRO, Egypt (AP) A top Egyptian cleric issued an edict Saturday defending Hezbollah's fight against Israel, as Arab support for the militant group grew around the region.

  • Israel-Lebanon fighting leads Arab media Open this result in new window
    Syracuse.com - Jul 29 1:40 PM
    (AP) CAIRO, Egypt For Arab news media, the war between Israel and Hezbollah is a fresh chapter in a tale with strong emotional pull and well-defined enemies, and has pushed Iraq to the back of newscasts and off front pages.

  • President Holds Talks with Egypt's Mubarak Open this result in new window
    Palestine News Agency - Jul 29 10:47 AM
    ALEXANDRIA, July 29, 2006 (WAFA)- President Mahmoud Abbas held talks Saturday morning in Alexandria with the Egyptian President Husni Mubarak.

  • Egypt: Ethio-Egypt Trade Volume Shows Marked Increase Open this result in new window
    AllAfrica.com - Jul 27 9:29 AM
    The Egyptian Embassy here said that the volume of trade between Ethiopia and Egypt registered 20 per cent growth during the first half of 2006 compared to the same period in 2005.

  • NEWS ANALYSIS / Rogue states within states Open this result in new window
    San Francisco Chronicle - 17 minutes ago
    When eight Israeli soldiers were killed and two more captured in a cross-border incursion from Lebanon three weeks ago, Israel called it "an act of war." What has erupted since then has looked largely like a war between two countries. But the aggressor...

  • Talk To Them Open this result in new window
    CBS News - Jul 30 5:31 PM
    Bob Schieffer questions the rationale of not talking with Syria.

  • Egypt: Ethio-Egypt Trade Balance Seen Up 20 Percent Open this result in new window
    AllAfrica.com - Jul 27 7:52 AM
    The volume of trade exchange between the Ethiopia and Egypt recently has registered a 20% growth during the first half of 2006 as compared to the same period in 2005, according to Embassy of The Arab Republic of Egypt in Ethiopia.

  • Murder at Morse's pond Open this result in new window
    MSNBC - Jul 30 4:41 PM
    Did a distinugished doctor murder his wife of 31 years at a Wellesley park? Dennis Murphy reports.

  • Weekend Beat: Student gets his start in Egypt, ends up inviting every kid in town to Kanazawa museum opening Open this result in new window
    Asahi.com - Jul 28 6:56 PM
    No museum, no matter how richly endowed, will survive without the support of the local community including its children, says Yutaka Mino, director of the new Kanazawa 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art.

  • Under Olmert, Israel putting new emphasis on diplomacy / Officials, citing absence of pressure to halt assault in  Open this result in new window
    San Francisco Chronicle - 15 minutes ago
    When Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert called an emergency Cabinet meeting late last week, Nimrod Barkan received an urgent late-night call requiring his attendance. The presence of the head of the Israeli Foreign Ministry Center for Policy Research...

  • Rice returns to the Mideast / She lauds agreement reached in Lebanon Open this result in new window
    San Francisco Chronicle - 17 minutes ago
    Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice returned to the Middle East late Saturday for more talks on how to end fighting between Israel and Hezbollah, saying she was encouraged by Hezbollah's agreement on Thursday at a Lebanese Cabinet meeting to accept a cease-...

  • U.S. ambassador a confrontational figure at the U.N. Open this result in new window
    San Francisco Chronicle - 16 minutes ago
    In recent months, as one international crisis followed another, John Bolton has fulfilled the role of the United Nations' most influential ambassador at full strength, firmly articulating the position of the U.S. government regarding Iran, North Korea and the...

  • Rice Cancels Trip to Beirut After Airstrike Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Jul 30 4:00 AM
    JERUSALEM, July 30 -- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice cancelled a trip to Beirut Sunday after an Israeli airstrike killed at least 40 Lebanese civilians, including 23 children, in the southern Lebanese town of Qana in the bloodiest attack since the hostilities began between Israel and Lebanon's...

  • Arab support for Hezbollah grows Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Jul 28 10:37 AM
    Many Arab leaders responded with quick condemnation when Hezbollah militants kidnapped two Israeli soldiers this month. Some of the harshest words were from Egypt and Saudi Arabia, Sunni Muslim-led U.S. allies that both said the Shiite militants' "adventures" risked destabilizing the Middle East.

  • Egypts Brotherhood rejects Saudi fatwas on Hezbollah support Open this result in new window
    Khaleej Times - Jul 27 6:03 AM
    CAIRO - Egypts Muslim Brotherhood, one of the largest Islamist political movements in the Arab world, rejected on Thursday sectarian fatwas by Saudi clerics against supporting Hezbollah in its fight against Israel.

  • Our boys finish third, Egypt are champions Open this result in new window
    The Star Online - Jul 28 4:48 PM
    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia edged England 2-1 to finish third in the team event of the mens World Junior Squash Championships in Palmerston North, New Zealand, yesterday.

  • The day Britain lost its power Open this result in new window
    Daily Mail - Jul 29 4:53 AM
    Fifty years ago this week, Gamal Abdel Nasser, President of Egypt, nationalised the Suez Canal Company, and thereby unleashed a crisis which was to end in the resignation of the British Prime Minister and in Britain's humiliation before a watching world

  • Some See Hezbollah Leader Gaining in Esteem Open this result in new window
    ABC News - Jul 30 12:28 PM
    As Conflict Continues and Lebanon Suffers, Israel Loses Support

  • Qana: The site of outrage Open this result in new window
    Sun-Sentinel - 51 minutes ago
    BEIRUT, Lebanon -- In the Arab world, the word Qana means one thing: the scene of an Israeli attack 10 years ago that killed more than 100 civilians.

  • Middle East lessons educational for Custer man Open this result in new window
    Ludington Daily News - Jul 29 6:13 AM
    CUSTER Jared Reene sand-surfed near the Libyan border, visited Egypts pyramids and dug through five feet of Jordanian soil to find a floor that may be more than 1,000 years old.

  • 'We were a generation without a tomorrow' Open this result in new window
    Times Online - Jul 30 6:08 PM
    For Joan Rices generation, the Second World War was a salvation. They were swept out of routine jobs into the Services, and sent to unimagined parts of the world.

  • Israeli forces kill Islamic Jihad leader Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Jul 29 10:50 PM
    Israeli troops killed a top leader of the radical Islamic Jihad in a West Bank raid Saturday, the group said, and the Israelis pressed ahead with their offensive in the Gaza Strip.

  • World condemns Israeli attack Open this result in new window
    Sydney Morning Herald - Jul 30 2:55 PM
    World leaders have condemned an Israeli attack on Lebanon on Sunday that killed at least 60 civilians, but the United States and Britain again refrained from joining calls for an immediate ceasefire.

  • Blame shifts to Israel, away from Hezbollah Open this result in new window
    Sun-Sentinel - Jul 29 12:11 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt Rising Arab anger over the Israeli offensive against Hezbollah appears to have pushed conservative rulers in the region to refocus their criticism away from the Shiite guerrillas and onto Israel.

  • Several hurt in Gaza air strikes Open this result in new window
    BBC News - Jul 30 5:44 AM
    Several people are wounded in fresh Israeli air strikes in Gaza as Lebanon offensive continues.

  • Abbas calls for unconditional release of Arab prisoners Open this result in new window
    Khaleej Times - Jul 29 5:32 AM
    ALEXANDRIA, Egypt - Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas on Saturday said the release of Palestinians in Israeli jails should not be conditional on the release of a captured Israeli soldier.

  • Somalia PM: Iran, Libya backing militants Open this result in new window
    Syracuse.com - Jul 29 4:20 AM
    BAIDOA, Somalia (AP) Somalia's prime minister on Saturday accused Egypt, Libya and Iran of providing weapons for Islamic militants who have seized control of much of this country's south.

  • Many Arabs Applaud Hezbollah Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Jul 29 9:18 PM
    JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia, July 29 -- Ever since the seizure of two Israeli soldiers by Hezbollah sparked an Israeli offensive in Lebanon, Huda Fatani has set her alarm for 3:15 each morning, gotten up to perform her ablutions, then spent more than an hour on her knees praying for the Lebanese militia.

  • Jazeera Airways frees the Pharaoh Guard Open this result in new window
    AME Info - Jul 29 5:29 AM
    Jazeera Airways, Kuwait's new national airline and the first private airline in the Middle East, announced today that it will start flying to Assiut, Egypt, three times a week starting from August 3rd, 2006.

  • THE BEE'S KNEES Open this result in new window
    Daily Record - 5 minutes ago
    THE healing power of honey is to be investigated. Scientists will look into claims that it is more effective at treating wounds than modern antibiotics.

  • Pandora's Box Is Opened By Ineptitude Open this result in new window
    The New York Sun - 15 minutes ago
    The balance of power and terror that shaped the Middle East landscape until the latest Arab-Israeli war has shifted profoundly in favor of radical forces, to the detriment of Arabs and Jews alike as well as America. Israel's handling of its confrontation with Hezbollah and Hamas in Lebanon and Gaza has been hesitant and clumsy. Led by inexperienced Prime Minister Olmert and his incompetent

  • Rice Renews Talks in Mideast Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Jul 29 9:18 PM
    JERUSALEM, July 29 -- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice returned to the Middle East late Saturday for more talks on how to end fighting between Israel and Hezbollah, saying she was encouraged by Hezbollah's agreement on Thursday at a Lebanese cabinet meeting to accept a cease-fire and an international military force for Lebanon.

  • Pole-to-pole win for Beamer in big-blocks Open this result in new window
    The Trenton Times - 17 minutes ago
    BRIDGEPORT -- Starting on the pole for the first time this season, big-block modified driver Tommy Beamer said he was "determined not to let an opportunity like that get away."