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At least two killed during Mubarak verdict protest near Tahrir Square
Egyptian police in Cairo have used water cannon and tear gas against hundreds of demonstrators protesting against the acquittal of former president Hosni Mubarak by a local court. At least two people reportedly died and 15 were injured in clashes.

29.11.2014 18:58

Protest follows verdict to acquit Egypt’s ex-leader Mubarak of murder conspiracy charges
An Egyptian court has found former president Hosni Mubarak not guilty of conspiring to kill hundreds of protesters during the 2011 uprising, which led to his ouster. He was further exonerated on separate corruption charges.

29.11.2014 08:15

‘Diabolical & absurd’: Outrage as Save the Children gives Tony Blair Global Legacy Award
A decision by UK charity Save the Children to give Tony Blair its annual Global Legacy Award has unleashed a torrent of criticism highlighting the former PM’s role in Britain’s 2003 Iraq war and his controversial business dealings in the Middle East.

20.11.2014 16:27

Egyptian jihadist group pledges allegiance to ISIS
Egypt’s extremist group, Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, responsible for multiple terror attacks, has pledged loyalty to the Islamic State in an audio clip, further expanding the Al-Qaeda offshoot’s influence in the region.

10.11.2014 07:46

‘First gay wedding’ video sends 8 Egyptians to jail for 3 years
A Cairo court has sentenced eight men to three years in prison after they appeared in a video, described online as Egypt’s first “gay wedding,” that went viral in September. The video shows two men hugging and exchanging rings on a boat with friends.

04.11.2014 11:18

Tutankhamun died of illness, not from chariot racing
Scientists believe Egyptian King Tutankhamun died of illness, rather than from a chariot crash, as was long believed. A ‘virtual autopsy’ showed that the boy king suffered from genetic deficiencies and that his parents were probably brother and sister.

25.10.2014 19:19

​Religious hatred, wealth inequality top global threat poll
Middle Easterners see religious and ethnic hatred as the top global threat, according to a Pew survey published last week. Meanwhile in Europe, fear of inequality prevails. However, religious hatred is seen as a growing threat throughout the world.

21.10.2014 09:27

‘Battle for Egypt’: Cairo warplanes ‘bomb Libya’s Islamists’ – report
Egyptian warplanes have reportedly begun bombing Benghazi targets in an attempt to pry Islamist militants away from strongholds in eastern Libya, AP reports, citing unnamed officials. It comes amid reports of a chemical storage tank bombed in the area.

15.10.2014 21:40

American suicide bomber not tracked by US surveillance
In a startling admission, counterterrorism agencies said an American suicide bomber who made frequent trips to the Middle East was not under surveillance – and could not be unless there was an informant tipping them off to his activities.

13.10.2014 22:35

'US-trained ISIS militants used to reorganize Middle East'
ISIS militants trained by US Special Forces have been used as a lever to create disorder and organize a Sharia state along the lines of an Islamic caliphate to the advantage of the US military, geopolitical analyst William Engdahl told RT.

05.10.2014 19:52

Mediterranean is a cemetery with Brussels as its undertaker
“A huge failure” is the best way to describe EU immigration policies. Almost daily, we witness the gruesome body-count in the Mediterranean which has become a cemetery for migrants from conflict zones who drowned on their way to EU to seek refuge.

02.10.2014 15:04

Egypt's pain: Paralysis vs. people power in the land of the Pyramids
When the CIA’s ex-Cairo station chief Miles Copeland penned his book ‘The Game of Nations’ in 1969, readers were shocked to discover the huge resources spent by Washington stage-managing the post-war politics of the Middle East and Egypt in particular.

02.10.2014 12:14