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Many residents living near the area of Thursday’s attack on security facilities moved, says Al-Arish resident
Warnings of open strikes and electoral boycotts if ignored by government
By James M. Dorsey The attacks in Paris on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket, as well as two French police officers, have prompted analysts and the media to often jump to hasty conclusions. Terms such as intelligence failure and Al-Qaeda are liberally employed with no clear definition of what they mean …
One military officer injured, one militant killed in Al-Wahat district, near Siwa
Fishermen disappeared amid heavy militia fighting in Misrata
Armed forces to provide financial compensation for damages to boats and fishing equipment, says fishermen’s spokesperson
“This happens every week,” says analyst Mohamed Qadri Saeed
The raid targeted areas in Al-Arish and Sheikh Zuweid
Security sources reported that a vehicle was destroyed, suspected to have been used in launching the attack
Decision comes after the armed forces discovered tunnels over 800 metres long
Twenty-three arrested as armed forces continue operations against militants
At least 19 people killed
2 soldiers injured and evacuated to Israeli hospital for treatment
Egypt expresses concern as string of attacks claims dozens of lives
Operation part of an intensification of security measures throughout the country
US officials have been touring Arab states seeking support campaign against extremist group
Steven Sotloff became second American journalist ISIS killed by beheading
Insurgency and military operations against militants continue in North Sinai
Landmine planted on Rafah-Sheikh Zuweid Road, perpetrators unknown
State media says soldiers were chasing smugglers in the Western Desert
Egypt’s armed forces destroyed five tunnels and apprehended five Palestinian nationals attempting to cross into North Sinai at Rafah during operations taking place between 7 and 10 August, according to the military spokesman’s official page. This brings the total count of destroyed tunnels to 1664. During the operations, the Second Field Army also seized 5,400 …
Security forces investigating the scene
Attack executed by 20 armed men in vehicles equipped with explosives, says army spokesperson
Scores of Christians flee Mosul amid continued prosecution by Islamist extremists
Spokesperson says no civilians were killed
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki on Thursday announced that Baghdad was buying more than a dozen of the warplanes from Russia in a deal that could be worth up to $500m
The militant onslaught has displaced hundreds of thousands of people, alarmed world leaders, and put Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki under pressure at home and abroad.
The explosion happened at around midnight near an army checkpoint and a cafe where football fans were watching a World Cup match.
Kerry met with Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki and was to hold talks with Iraqi leaders across the political and communal spectrum.
The air raids came after the 13-year-old son of an Israeli defence ministry contractor was killed on the Golan on Sunday morning.