Washington's hopes of dealing with the situation caused by a controversial film that's sparked outrage in Muslim world are paralyzed by the looming presidential election, Pepe Escobar, Asia Times correspondent, told RT.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood is in an awkward position after the US Embassy in Cairo noted a stark difference in tone regarding the recent attack on the American diplomatic mission in the party's official English and Arabic Twitter feeds.
America is finally reaping what it has sown when it helped NATO overthrow Gaddafi’s Libya, broadcaster and journalist Neil Clark told RT. The US government is losing its grip on Libya, Egypt and the rest of the Arab world, he said.
The small number of Islamic militias in Libya will use any opportunity to hurt American interests in the Arab World, John Graham, who began his diplomatic career in the American Embassy in Tripoli, told RT.
Egyptian protesters set a car on fire, erected barricades, and threw Molotov cocktails at officers outside the US Embassy in Cairo on Thursday. Security forces formed a ring around the embassy and threw stones at demonstrators.
US embassies across the globe are tightening security after the ambassador to Libya died in a militia attack against the Benghazi consulate. The attack was sparked by a US film satirizing the Prophet Muhammad. Protests over the film are widening.
A US official was killed as an armed mob attacked the US Consulate in the Libyan city of Benghazi. The attack came hours after protesters stormed the US Embassy in Cairo in indignation over an American film they say insulted the Prophet Muhammad.
In Egypt, there’s a leftover from last year’s revolution that's starting to cause a bit of a stink. It took 18 days of mass protest to oust Hosni Mubarak, but in the ensuing 18 months, Egyptians have run up against a far more pungent problem.
The UK has failed to freeze millions in assets belonging to key figures in the regime of former Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak. Investigative journalist Tony Gosling says the growing scandal shows the true face of British foreign policy.
A female TV presenter has appeared on an Egyptian national newscast in a headscarf for the first time since the overthrow of ex-President Hosni Mubarak and the rise of the conservative Muslim Brotherhood Party.