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    1. Egypt vows to pursue IS in Sinai

      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.

    2. Egypt President Wants Tougher Action on Terror

      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.

    3. Iran: No Deal Is the Only Bad Deal

      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.

    4. "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."

    5. Egypt’s Sisi vows tougher death penalty laws in wake of prosecutor’s murder

      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.

    6. 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.

    7. (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...

    8. The 61,000 Saudi cables show the country’s sharp focus on its strategic rival Iran and the revolution in Egypt. — AFP/File

    9. 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...

    10. 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...

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