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By Ibrahim El-Masry Measures will be taken within days to increase investment in the Sinai peninsula and to better connect the region with the rest of the country according to Dr Mohamed Mahsoub, Minister of State for Legal and Parliamentary Councils. He added that a Sinai development law will be discussed to nominante Arish …
Al-Sawah was detained in Guantanamo in early 2002, and accused of being affiliated with Al-Qaeda
By Abdel Razaq El-Sheweikhy Tourism investors expressed fear that the terrorist attack in the Sinai will negatively impact tourism in Egypt, particularly in southern Sinai. They predicted that hotel reservations would decline in that area the coming week by 40 percent. Samy Soliman, head of the Taba and Nuweiba Investors Association, said that the effects …
Authorities considering defining attack against minority as “domestic terrorism”
The Supreme Council of Armed Forces announces the details of the Rafah deadly attack, vowing to avenge the killing of 16 Egyptian soldiers near Rafah.
IDF spokesman: the militants killed were in the “advanced and final stages of launching an attack on the Eilat-Egyptian border.”
Authorities considering defining attack as “domestic terrorism”
Anonymous gunmen attack security checkpoint at Sheik Zuwaid, killing 18 Egyptian soldiers.
This latest bombing in Yemen highlights the fragile state of Yemen’s security
Foreign Ministry has officially requested the release of Egypt’s last prisoner in Guantanamo Bay military prison
Tel Aviv renewed calls that all tourists in the Sinai region leave immediately, citing intelligence that Gaza-based groups were planning to target Israeli visitors for kidnapping
Death penalty predicted for US-based Sudanese activist
A dozen aid workers are evacuated from the border of Algeria in fear of attacks
US Military aid to several African nations part of the war on terror
The Oil Pipeline Between Turkey and Iraq Was Threatened, As Fire-Fighters Exchanged Fires Near The Kirkuk-Ceyhan Pipeline on Saturday – July 21.
By Brett Borkan CAIRO: While many observers traditionally feared an increased risk of terrorist activity in Egypt if Mubarak and his iron-fisted approach to counterterrorism fell, many security analysts now see the risk of terrorism actually decreasing. Apertures in Egypt’s political system that are bringing the country away from its authoritarian political roots and giving diverse …