- BBC NewsJul 01 07:02 PM
Egypt says its army will continue its offensive in the Sinai Peninsula until it is cleared of Islamic State militants, after clashes killed more than 100 people.
- The Wall Street JournalJun 30 03:49 PM
Abdel Fattah Al Sisi vowed to strengthen antiterror laws, after presiding over the funeral of the country’s slain top prosecutor.
- The GlobalistJul 02 07:45 AM
A nuclear deal with Iran, whatever its final shape, is not the end of the story. A deal with Iran is the beginning of some hard and messy political work for everyone involved.
- DNA IndiaJun 30 02:14 AM
"Everyone is looking at Iran with greed," said a senior French official. "It's an important market, but it's not the only one. There was a strategic decision to be made on who could face Iran as it pushes its pawns in the region. That's Saudi Arabia and Egypt. That's the choice we've made."
- Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsJun 30 02:00 PM
A day after the assassination of Egypt’s public prosecutor, Hisham Barakat, President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi vowed to enact legal reforms to allow quicker enforcement of death sentences. Recommended: How much do you know about Egypt? The Brotherhood has denied any responsibility for Monday’s car bomb attack on Barakat’s convoy in Cairo, according to the BBC.
- CNNJul 02 12:24 PM
But in an apparent expansion of its reach, it has, in just the past week, claimed responsibility for a roll call of attacks in other countries: the deadly bombing of a mosque in Kuwait last Friday, the horrific beachfront killings in Tunisia the same day and now coordinated military attacks in Egypt.
- MENAFNJul 01 11:04 PM
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) When Suma Badie's village in southern Egypt was chosen to pilot a programme of cash handouts for the poor, no one else in her household - 33 people, sharing t...
- DawnJun 22 06:34 PM
The 61,000 Saudi cables show the country’s sharp focus on its strategic rival Iran and the revolution in Egypt. — AFP/File
- New York PostJul 02 04:51 PM
In Persian folklore, the “sticky dervish” is a beggar who sits at your door and won’t leave until you give him something. This is how Iranian satirists see US Secretary...
- New York PostJun 30 02:06 AM
As the nuclear negotiations between Iran and the United States enter their final stages, one of the most salient questions that should be considered is how the Islamic Republic would...