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  • Tunisia's Islamists down but not out after election defeat

    TUNIS (Reuters) - After Tunisia's Islamist party Ennahda conceded defeat in Sunday's parliamentary elections, there were no fireworks, concerts or cheering rallies outside the headquarters of its rival, the secular Nidaa Tounes alliance. Instead it was...
  • Egypt bans pro-Mursi pressure group

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt on Thursday banned a pressure group that has pushed for the reinstatement of President Mohamed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood, who was overthrown by the army last year, dealing a new blow to the country's oldest Islamist movement....
  • Egypt targets universities as last haven for political expression

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Hundreds of police surround its walls, patrolling in armored vehicles with sirens blaring, while muscle-bound security guards man metal detectors, searching all who enter. But this is not a military barracks or police station, it is...
  • Egypt clears Gaza border area to create security buffer

    ISMALIA Egypt (Reuters) - Egypt began clearing residents from its border with the Gaza Strip on Wednesday to create a buffer zone following some of the worst anti-state violence since President Mohamed Mursi was overthrown last year. A day after being...
  • Obama is no strategic genius on the Middle East

    To the editor: Brian Michael Jenkins stretches credulity by comparing President Obama to Roman general Fabius Maximus. ("Is Obama a modern-day Quintus Fabius Maximus?," Op-Ed, Oct. 22) Obama's continuing problems with foreign policy do not simply rest...
  • Egypt to step up military trials after Sinai attack

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt expanded the jurisdiction of military courts on Monday to try civilians accused of attacking state facilities or blocking roads, following some of the worst assaults on security forces since last year's ousting of Islamist...
  • Egypt court detains rights activists at start of retrial

    CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian judge ordered 21 democracy activists to be arrested on Monday at the start of their retrial for breaking a law against protests passed after the military ousted former President Mohamed Mursi last year. The activists -...
  • Assad's warnings start to ring true in Turkey

    BEIRUT (Reuters) - When Sunni rebels rose up against Syria's Bashar al-Assad in 2011, Turkey reclassified its protégé as a pariah, expecting him to lose power within months and join the autocrats of Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Yemen on the scrap heap of the...
  • Egypt's outlawed Muslim Brotherhood condemns Sinai attacks

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's outlawed Muslim Brotherhood has condemned attacks in the Sinai Peninsula that killed at least 33 security personnel on Friday but said President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was responsible for security failures. The attacks are a...
  • Egyptian court jails 23 activists for violating protest law

    CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court jailed 23 young activists for three years on Sunday for violating a law banning protests without a permit, judicial sources said, in a case rights group say reflects an increasingly repressive climate in the country....
  • Egypt, after Sinai attacks, postpones talks on Gaza's future

    CAIRO/GAZA (Reuters) - Egypt announced on Sunday it was postponing talks in Cairo on cementing the Gaza war ceasefire after closing its border with the Palestinian enclave in response to deadly attacks in the Sinai peninsula. Two attacks on Friday in...