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Why the U.S is resupplying Egypt with Apache helicopter gunships

The United States has agreed to a partial resumption of military aid to Egypt which consists of a new delivery of a AH-64 Apache helicopter gunships.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 1 comment

Op-Ed: U.S. to deliver 10 Apache helicopters to Egypt

Cairo - The U.S. has decided that it will "partially resume military aid to Egypt." The Obama administration has decided to deliver 10 Apache helicopters after delaying delivery following the military-backed coup last summer that ousted elected president Morsi.
In the Media by Ken Hanly - 1 comment

Bomb kills police general in Cairo

Cairo - A police brigadier general was killed when a bomb exploded under his car on Wednesday, security officials said, in the fifth such targeted attack in Egypt's capital within a week.
In the Media by Haitham EL-TABEI (AFP)

Bomb kills police general in Cairo

Cairo - A police brigadier general was killed when a bomb exploded under his car in Egypt's capital on Wednesday, security officials said, in the fifth such targeted attack in Cairo within a week.
In the Media by Haitham EL-TABEI (AFP)

Egypt court hears new evidence in Jazeera trial

Cairo - An Egyptian court heard new prosecution evidence, including audio tapes, Tuesday in the trial of Al-Jazeera journalists accused of links with the banned Muslim Brotherhood, but defence lawyers complained they were inaudible.
In the Media by Haitham el-Tabei (AFP)

Op-Ed: Do Algerian government crackdowns make fair elections impossible?

To the group of 100 anti-government protestors gathered in the mid-March sun, the sight of police is nothing new. They have taken the name “Barakat,” which means “enough,” and the message is that change is coming.
In the Media by Nicole Weddington

Egypt vote a two-man race between ex-army chief, leftist

Cairo - Egypt's presidential election has turned into a contest between the ex-army chief lauded by millions for ousting an Islamist government and a leftist who claims to represent the ideals of the 2011 uprising.
In the Media by Sarah Benhaida (AFP)

Two Egyptian police officers killed in attack

Cairo - A police officer and a conscript were killed after armed attackers opened fire on their patrol car, Egypt's interior ministry announced on Sunday, the latest deadly assault against the country's security forces.
In the Media by AFP

Leftist Egyptian politician to challenge Sissi's presidential bid

Hamdeen Sabahi has submitted his bid to run against Egyptian military strongman Abdul Fattah Al Sissi, who seems set to become the next President of Egypt.
In the Media by Paul Iddon

'Retaliation is life' video vows revenge on Egypt security forces

A relatively obscure jihadist group in Egypt named 'Ajnad Misr' (Soldiers of Egypt) in a recently released video has taken credit for eight attacks against Egyptian security forces and says it will launch new ones.
In the Media by Paul Iddon

Egypt's once-feared police on guard against 'unseen enemy'

Cairo - Colonel Amr has forbidden his family to discuss his police work; with militants relentlessly targeting Egypt's security forces he remains perpetually on guard against what he says is "an unseen enemy".
In the Media by Haitham El-Tabei (AFP)

Six wounded, including two police, in Cairo bomb blasts

Cairo - Two bomb blasts in Cairo wounded six people including at least two policemen, the latest attacks since Egypt's Islamist president Mohamed Morsi was ousted.
In the Media by AFP

Egypt bans all Muslim Brotherhood candidacies

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt have been banned by court order from running in upcoming elections in that country.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 1 comment

Bomb attack in Cairo wounds 2 police, civilian

Cairo - Two Egyptian policemen and a civilian were wounded in a bomb attack targeting a security checkpoint in central Cairo on Tuesday, officials and a medic said.
In the Media by AFP

Al-Jazeera journalists back in Cairo court

Cairo - Three Al-Jazeera journalists were back in court Thursday over their alleged links with the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood, with Amnesty International denouncing their detention of more than 100 days.
In the Media by AFP

Egypt to try the brother of Qaeda chief Zawahiri brother

Cairo - The brother of Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri will stand trial in Egypt along with 67 others on charges of forming a "terrorist group", state media reported on Sunday.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Dangerous to be a Christian Special

2013 was a dangerous year for Christians. Many were tortured and killed, mostly by Islamists throughout the Middle East. Jesus said "love your enemy," so Christians don't usually seek revenge, making them easy targets.
Digital Journal Report by Lonna Lisa Williams - 7 comments

Op-Ed: Why it's dangerous to be a journalist

In recent years, more journalists are being killed and imprisoned for exposing truths that powerful people want to keep hidden. Is the pen really mightier than the sword?
In the Media by Lonna Lisa Williams - 6 comments

18 killed in Egypt clan fighting

Cairo - At least 18 people were killed in tribal clashes in Egypt on Saturday, security officials said, prompting police to send reinforcements to quell the unrest.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Morsi due back in court over Egypt protest deaths

Cairo - Egypt's deposed president Mohamed Morsi was due back in court on Saturday over his alleged involvement in the killing of protesters in clashes during his rule.
In the Media by AFP
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