State Security HQ overrun in Cairo
CAIRO - Hundreds of protesters stormed the headquarters of Egypt's widely feared State Security Investigations agency in Cairo on Saturday and began sifting through thousands of potentially inflammatory documents, ...
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Congressman: US must keep Muslim Brothers from Egypt gov't
Exclusive: House Middle East subcommittee chairman blasts Obama administration for not taking a tougher line on Hezbollah in Lebanon, Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. WASHINGTON – The new chairman of the ...
The Big Test for Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
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Obama: Israel will ultimately benefit from recent Egypt uprising
New York Times quotes US president as saying that people should not fear changes taking place in the Middle East, says forces building in Egypt are forces that should align with US and Israel. By Haaretz Service Tags: Israel news US Barack Obama US ...
Obama Now Fully Embracing the AIPAC Line plus Dennis Ross' speech to the J ...
Unrest stirs again in Egypt
Protesters told reporters they believed government employees in the building were destroying documentation of torture allegedly perpetrated by Mubarak's regime, the report said. Egypt was the second of several predominantly Muslim countries after ...
In Egypt, crowd cheers newly appointed prime minister Essam Sharaf
New prime minister embraced by protesters in Egypt
Egypt PM Undone by TV Debate
Muslim Mob Attacks Coptic Village, Church in Egypt
Christian Broadcasting Network
Copts, who make up about 10 percent of Egypt's population of more than 80 million, have been targets of sectarian violence in the mostly Muslim country. At least at least 53 incidents have taken place in the two years to Jan. ...
'Two dead, church torched' in Egypt sectarian clash
Egypt: Muslims attack Coptic community, a priest and three deacons missing
2 Killed, Church Burnt Over Egypt's Muslim-Christian Dispute
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From a technical standpoint, it's clear that this is a very different strategy than the one used by Egypt in the last days of the Mubarak regime. The ultimate outcome is probably going to be the same. Let's take a few minutes to compare the two, ...
Internet traffic in Libya goes dark amid upheaval
Internet Goes Dark in Libya
Libya takes lesson from Egypt, goes offline
Literary Victory: Banned Books Returning to Egypt and Tunisia
Among the citizens' newfound freedoms is the ability to read what they want – a far cry from the information void that appeared in Egypt during the Jan. 25 revolution. The now-ousted presidents in both Tunisia and Egypt took a hard-line stance toward ...
Work resumes at Egypt free trade zones: Israel
JERUSALEM — Businesses reopened in Egypt's Qualifying Industrial Zones (QIZs), Israeli officials said Saturday, after one month of closure prompted by the country's revolt against the regime of former president Hosni Mubarak. ...
MK Bhadrakumar: After the revolution: where will Egypt go from here?
Israel says joint manufacturing with Egypt on track
In Arab world, it's not just about Israel anymore
Indian embassy in Cairo evacuates Indians from Libya
Times of India
A chartered ship Scotia Prince carrying 1188 Indian nationals from Bengazi, second biggest Libyan city, docked at Alexandria port in Egypt on March 2. They were immediately flown to India through five chartered aircrafts. Scotia Prince has again set ...
Indian embassy in Egypt sets up border land post for Indians in Libya
Recent Uprisings in Arab Countries
Globe and Mail
Libyan fighter jet crashes...Anger in Egypt...Churches saved
TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Witnesses say a Libyan jet fighter has crashed near a port city in Libya that was overtaken by rebel forces today. Rebels captured Ras Lanouf last night, marking their first military victory in a potentially long westward march. ...
Gaddafi launches air strikes, Egypt PM quits
Libya is different from Tunisia, Egypt
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