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    1. Military helicopters flew overhead and police fanned out in force Saturday as Pope Francis celebrated an open-air Mass for Egypt's tiny Catholic community on the final day of a visit aimed at ...

    2. "The family of Saud under the leadership of Ibn Saud came out of World War I as a British-sponsored political power in the central part of the Arabian Peninsula. Along the Red Sea coast, the ...

    3. CAIRO '" Military helicopters flew overhead and police fanned out in force Saturday as Pope Francis celebrated an open-air Mass for Egypt's tiny Catholic community on the final day of a visit ...

    4. Syrian president Bashar al-Assad never seemed cut out to be a dictator. As a young man, Assad—the second son of strongman president Hafez al-Assad—was so…

    5. In Iraq, he is likely to face questions about Trump's remarks and actions, including a temporary ban on travel to the United States and for saying America should have seized Iraq</ ...

    6. Pope celebrates open-air Mass in Cairo

      Honolulu Star-Advertiser1 day ago

      Pope Francis arrives to celebrate Mass for Egypt’s tiny Catholic community, at the Air Defense Stadium in Cairo, today. CAIRO (AP) >> Military helicopters flew overhead and police fanned out ...

    7. With officers trapped or otherwise occupied, the rest of the gang blasted into the vaults of a nearby security firm. Most of the gang got away in what’s already being described as the ...

    8. It’s always been an open question whether Alex Jones, noted conspiracy theorist and radio host, was genuine or whether it was an act. This week, during a child custody trial in Texas, ...

    9. Whatever Happened to ... Daw's Drug stores?

      Rochester Democrat and Chronicle1 day ago

      Daw’s Drug was a local pharmacy chain that was founded in downtown Rochester during the deepest part of the Great Depression. It might be hard for youngsters nowadays to comprehend, but in years ...

    10. Grab a bucket, Rome is burning!

      Zero Hedge5 days ago

      Look back to the second Iraq war, whose legitimacy is still hotly contested today. From the Iraq Family Health sources, approximately 110,000 people died as a result of the conflict ...

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