Egypt Ends Domestic Spying Agency, but Creates New One
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt on Tuesday disbanded the state security organization, a force of widely loathed agents whose blatant spying and use of torture helped drive the public revolt that led to the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak. ...
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Egypt's army has begun rebuilding a church that was burnt down by Muslims sparking a wave of sectarian unrest. Thirteen people were killed in clashes that followed mass protests by Christians in Cairo earlier this month. The BBC's Jonathan Head went to ...
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