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Morsi supporters refuse Sisi’s speech

Morsi supporters refuse Sisi’s speech

National Alliance for the Defense of Legitimacy confirmed that 34 marches would be organized in Cairo and Giza on Friday   The National Alliance for the Defense of Legitimacy on Wednesday dismissed army chief and Defense Minister Abdel-Fatah al-Sisi’s call for mass...

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 EU putting Hezbollah military wing on terror list

EU putting Hezbollah military wing on terror list

  The European Union forged a political agreement on Monday to list the military wing of Hezbollah as a terrorist organization, a European diplomat told CNN. The Iranian-backed Lebanese Shiite group, which is a strong force in Lebanese politics, already is regarded as a...

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EU to declare Hizbollah military wing a terrorist group

EU to declare Hizbollah military wing a terrorist group

  The EU will declare  Hizbollah’s military wing  a terrorist group, marking a shift in the bloc’s dealings with the Lebanese Shia militant group brought about by its believed involvement in a deadly attack on European soil. EU foreign ministers took the unanimous...

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Cairo will

Cairo will "re-examine" diplomatic ties with Syria

 Cairo will "re-examine" diplomatic ties with Syria that were severed last month under ousted president Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's foreign minister, Nabil Fahmy, said on Saturday. "Everything will be re-examined," Fahmy said of the decision to sever ties with Syria. "It doesn't mean they...

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Arab League supports US Secretary plan to restart peace talks

Arab League supports US Secretary plan to restart peace talks

The peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians will be resumed, that what Mr. Kerry and the Arab League members announced after their latest meetings in Amman, Jordan on Wednesday. Mr. Kerry said to the reporters in the press conference that here had been "very significant"...

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Pakistan Taliban say no shift to Syria

Pakistan Taliban say no shift to Syria

Pakistani Taliban commanders Tuesday rejected suggestions they were sending fighters to Syria, saying some have gone there independently but the movement's focus remained in Pakistan, according to AFP. They said some militants, mainly Arabs and Central Asians, had gone to fight the forces of...

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Iraq 'Can't Stop' Iran Arms Transfer To Syria

Iraq 'Can't Stop' Iran Arms Transfer To Syria

I raq's foreign minister has told a pan-Arab newspaper that his country is unable to stop neighboring Iran from sending weapons to Syria through its airspace.  The London-based "Asharq al-Awsat" daily quoted Hoshyar Zebari as saying: "We reject and condemn the transfer of weapons...

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Infighting threatens Egypt transition plan, army orders arrests

Infighting threatens Egypt transition plan, army orders arrests

Political infighting threatened to stall Egypt's transition plans on Thursday, as the military cracked down on Muslim Brotherhood leaders it blames for inciting a clash in Cairo in which troops shot and killed 53 protesters. Monday's violence between supporters of ousted President...

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Hezbollah supporters attacks Lebanese interior minister with stones

Hezbollah supporters attacks Lebanese interior minister with stones

Hezbollah operatives fired in the air to disperse people who attacked the interior minister with stones after he inspected the scene of the blast  which rocked a stronghold of the Shia militant Hezbollah group south of the Lebanese capital Beirut on Tuesday,  trapping him...

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Several dead after car bomb hits Hezbollah stronghold in Southern Beirut

Several dead after car bomb hits Hezbollah stronghold in Southern Beirut

Several people were killed or wounded when a car bomb hit Beirut's southern suburbs on Tuesday, a stronghold for the Lebanese Shi'ite Hezbollah militant group that has been fighting in Syria's civil war, medics said. Tensions in Lebanon have been high following the intervention of...

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 At least 51 killed in Egypt as Islamists urge defiance

At least 51 killed in Egypt as Islamists urge defiance

  At least 51 people were killed on Monday when the Egyptian army opened fire on supporters of ousted president Mohamed Mursi, in the deadliest incident since the elected Islamist leader was toppled by the military five days ago. Protesters said shooting started as they performed...

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Islamist protests hit cities across Egypt, at least 24 dead

Islamist protests hit cities across Egypt, at least 24 dead

At least 24 people died across  Egypt  on Friday as Islamists opposed to the overthrow of President Mohamed Mursi took to the streets to vent their fury at what they say was a military coup. Fierce clashes in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria left 12 dead and 200 injured,...

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Guardian: Mohamed Morsi's final days – the inside story

Guardian: Mohamed Morsi's final days – the inside story

Egypt's first freely elected president found himself isolated and abandoned by allies as even his guards simply stepped away. The army chief came to President Mohammed Morsi with a simple demand: Step down on your own. "Over my dead body!" Morsi replied to General Abdel Fatah...

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Morsi's ouster fuels debate on U.S. policy on the Mideast

Morsi's ouster fuels debate on U.S. policy on the Mideast

Obama spoke of U.S. allegiance to 'democratic principles' after Egypt President Mohamed Morsi's ouster, but critics say little effort had been made to foster democracy. The military overthrow of the democratically elected government in Egypt, for decades America's most important Arab ally,...

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Gulf countries discuss anti-Hezbollah moves

Gulf countries discuss anti-Hezbollah moves

Senior Gulf Cooperation Council officials met in Riyadh on Thursday to coordinate sanctions in the six member states against Lebanon’s Shiite Hezbollah movement over its support for the Syria regime. The meeting was “to develop mechanisms to monitor movements, financial...

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Anger gives way to gloom at pro-Morsi rally

Anger gives way to gloom at pro-Morsi rally

Anger gave way to gloom on Thursday as Islamists rallied at a Cairo mosque where thousands of supporters of deposed president Mohamed Morsi said they felt under siege and betrayed by the army. Pictures of the ousted leader hung on walls, as protesters chanted against the military that...

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Egypt prepares for backlash as Morsi allies reject new regime

Egypt prepares for backlash as Morsi allies reject new regime

Egypt  is braced for further dramatic events on Friday as the vanquished Muslim Brotherhood  called for a "day of rejection" following a widespread crackdown on its leadership by the country's new interim president, Adly Mansour. Supporters of the ousted president ...

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Egypt army topples president, announces transition

Egypt army topples president, announces transition

Egypt's armed forces overthrew Islamist President Mohamed Mursi on Wednesday, sparking wild rejoicing in the streets at the prospect of new elections as a range of political leaders backed a new political transition. Mursi was sequestered in a Republican Guard barracks after denouncing a...

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