Egyptian fans in high spirits ahead of WC clash with Russia...

BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:45 P.M.) - Egyptians fans hit the streets of Saint Petersburg, Tuesday, showing support for their national football team ahead of the round...

Egyptians take to the streets to protest the transfer of 2...

BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:20 A.M.) - Clashes erupted between police and protesters staging a sit-in at the headquarters of the Egyptian Press Syndicate in Cairo on...

Tunisia: Tensions rise in southern regions over death of protester

BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:00 A.M.) - Citizens of the southern Tunisian town of Douz took to the streets to participate in a general strike on...

Al-Qaeda denounces ISIS in Libya

Members of the Benghazi Shura Council have issued a written statement condemning their former allies from the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS)...

Breaking: Female suicide bomber blows herself up in central Tunis

BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:00 P.M.) - A female suicide bomber detonated her explosive belt on Monday afternoon after coming across a number of police officers...

Daesh efforts to expand from Sinai risk attacks against Hamas in...

Daesh efforts to gain a foothold in the Gaza Strip raise the prospect of small Daesh cells targeting the Hamas-ruled enclave with bombings and...

Egypt finalizes deal with Russia for first nuclear plant

Russian media say Egypt has finalized a deal to build a nuclear power plant with funding from Moscow after nearly two years of negotiations. The...

87 refugees wash up on beach in Libya

According to a media official from the city of Sabratha just west of Tripoli, 87 bodies of refugees washed ashore. 41 bodies were originally found on...

Russia to supply Egypt with 50 Ka-52 helicopters

The military cooperation between Moscow and Cairo is steadily expanding, and obvious progress has been noted in bilateral relations, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said...

Morocco cuts UN mission over western Sahara remarks

Morocco has cut staff at the UN mission in the Western Sahara in protest of recent comments by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon about the...
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