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  • Iran calls on Turkey to help find peace in embattled Yemen

    ISLAMABAD A Turkey-led diplomatic initiative to prevent the conflict in Yemen from spreading in the Middle East showed signs of progress Tuesday at talks in Tehran, where Iran's leadership agreed to work with visiting Turkish President Recep Tayyip...
  • Bomb explodes on central Cairo bridge, kills at least 1

    A bomb blast on a bridge leading to an upscale neighborhood in central Cairo killed a policeman and wounded at least two passers-by on Sunday, hours after Egyptian security forces killed the leader of an extremist group that claimed responsibility, police...
  • AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from the Middle East

    In the Middle East this week, a coalition of Iraqi security forces, Shiite militias and Iranian advisers backed by U.S.-led airstrikes dislodged the Islamic State group from the Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Iraqi authorities called the rout of...
  • Egypt police raid radio station, detain rights advocate

    The head of an Egyptian human rights organization said Saturday he is being held in a central Cairo police station following a police raid on the group's online radio station. Ahmed Samih, director of the Andalus Institute for Tolerance and Anti-Violence...
  • Mubarak and sons deny charges in corruption retrial

    CAIRO Ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his two sons pleaded not guiltyon Saturday in the first session of their retrial on corruption charges. "No sir. It didn't happen," each one told the presiding judge at the Cairo Criminal Court when he...
  • Egypt's Islamic State branch claims deadly Sinai attack

    The Islamic State's branch in Egypt has claimed responsibility for a wave of deadly attacks that killed 15 Egyptian soldiers and three civilians the previous day in volatile northern Sinai. A statement posted Friday on a militant website associated...
  • Militants strike Egypt's Sinai, kill 15 troops, 3 civilians

    Islamic militants unleashed a wave of attacks in Egypt's northern Sinai on Thursday, hitting a military checkpoint and killing 15 soldiers there while near-simultaneous attacks elsewhere in the volatile stretch of the peninsula left three civilians dead,...
  • Analysis: Yemen ground operation carries major risks

    Saudi Arabia and its allies plan an ambitious ground offensive on multiple fronts in Yemen. It may be inevitable if they want to defeat Iranian-backed Shiite rebels but it also carries enormous risks, from the inhospitable, mountainous terrain and a...
  • Al-Jazeera journalist says Canada not issuing him passport

    Al-Jazeera English journalist Mohamed Fahmy, who remains in Egypt on bail while awaiting trial on terror charges, said Wednesday Canada is refusing to issue him a new passport. Fahmy, who was born in Egypt and is a naturalized Canadian citizen, was freed...
  • Florida editorial roundup

    Recent editorials from Florida newspapers: March 31 Miami Herald on proposed House and Senate state budgets: Florida legislators have had a lackluster session, with few substantive bills passed and little political drama. That might change soon....
  • Islamic State's apparent expansion may be deceptive

     Islamic State's apparent expansion may be deceptive
    Herve Gourdel loved nothing more than to explore rugged peaks, journeys that over the decades had taken him from his native France to Nepal, Jordan, Morocco — and finally to Algeria, where in September the 55-year-old mountaineer was abducted and...