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  • Gunmen kill five Egyptian soldiers at Cairo checkpoint

    Gunmen kill five Egyptian soldiers at Cairo checkpoint
    CAIRO -- Assailants targeted a checkpoint in a northern suburb of Cairo just after Saturday’s dawn prayers, killing at least five soldiers in what the government denounced as a “cowardly terrorist act.” Armed forces spokesman Col....
  • Report: Gunmen kill six army officers near Cairo

    Report: Gunmen kill six army officers near Cairo
    Gunmen shot dead six army officers near Cairo on Saturday, the second attack on Egyptian security forces in three days that the military has blamed on the Muslim Brotherhood of deposed President Mohamed Morsi. Egypt has been hit by an Islamist...
  • Gunmen kill six army officers near Cairo

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Gunmen shot dead six army officers near Cairo on Saturday, the second attack on Egyptian security forces in three days that the military has blamed on the Muslim Brotherhood of deposed President Mohamed Mursi. Egypt has been hit by an...
  • U.S. rights activist alleges Egypt police abuse

    CAIRO (Reuters) - A U.S. rights activist on Tuesday accused Egyptian police of breaking her arm after they detained her in Cairo airport while she was on her way to a humanitarian visit to neighboring Gaza. "Help. They broke my arm. Egypt police,"...
  • Egyptian candidate questions Sisi's commitment to democracy

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Leftist presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi says he doubts Egypt's army chief will bring democracy if elected, citing alleged rights abuses since he toppled the country's first democratically chosen leader. Sabahi endorsed Field...
  • Egypt's army blames Muslim Brotherhood for attack on army bus

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's army blamed the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood for an attack on an army bus which killed one officer and wounded three others in the capital on Thursday, violence underscoring growing security threats to the military-backed...
  • Sunni monarchy Qatar charts an independent course

    The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Wednesday, March 12: U.S. relations with the monarchies of the Persian Gulf are complicated enough, but now three of them Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, joined by...
  • Egypt says two Brotherhood members arrested in the Gulf

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have arrested two members of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood at Cairo's request for committing violence in Port Said before fleeing abroad, Egypt's prosecutor's office said on Wednesday. The arrests are the first...
  • Saudi listing of Brotherhood as terrorist group complicates Gulf ties

    DUBAI/KUWAIT (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's fierce campaign against the Muslim Brotherhood, already on the run in its Egyptian birthplace, has divided a Gulf Arab bloc, causing discomfort in some member states where the Islamist group is embedded in daily...
  • Court bans activities of Islamist Hamas in Egypt

    CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court on Tuesday banned all activities of Hamas in Egypt in a further sign that Cairo's military-backed government aims to squeeze the Palestinian Islamist group that rules neighboring Gaza, regarding it as a security threat....
  • UAE gives Qatari doctor seven years in jail for backing Islamist group

    ABU DHABI (Reuters) - A Qatari physician received a seven-year jail sentence from a court in the United Arab Emirates on Monday for supporting an illegal Islamist group, the UAE state news agency WAM said. The case could further complicate ties between...