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  • Libya talks endangered as Islamic State group advances

    U.N.-brokered negotiations aimed at stemming Libya's collapse into a failed state threatened to fall apart after the country's internationally recognized parliament on Tuesday dropped out of the talks in protest over a plan that would mean sharing power...
  • Obama administration criticizes Egypt in report to Congress

    The Obama administration has sent Congress a report that harshly criticizes the Egyptian government of restricting free speech, arresting political dissidents and undermining democracy, but recommends the U.S. continue sending it $1.3 billion in mostly...
  • Syrian opposition in Egypt to search for political solution

    Egypt on Monday hosted a second meeting of Syrian opposition figures this year to try to find a political solution to the four-year conflict, saying it is championing a political process amid an international and regional focus on a military solution....
  • Egyptian court overturns naming Hamas terror organization

    An Egyptian court overturned a decision naming Hamas a terrorist organization Saturday, a ruling coming after months of increasing hostility to the blockaded rulers of the Gaza Strip. The Urgent Matters Appeals Court cited a lack of jurisdiction as the...
  • Egypt court gives 2 years prison to 12 over 2013 violence

    An Egyptian court has sentenced 12 alleged supporters of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group to two years in prison over violence in the city of Suez in December 2013. Six others were acquitted in the case Saturday, which involved street clashes,...
  • Egyptian court delays decision on whether to execute ex-president Morsi

    Egyptian court delays decision on whether to execute ex-president Morsi
    An Egyptian court on Tuesday announced a two-week postponement of its planned ruling on whether Islamist former President Mohamed Morsi should face the death penalty. The announcement came hours after the reported arrests of two senior figures in Morsi&...
  • Egypt frees U.S.-Egyptian national held in protest crackdown

    Egypt frees U.S.-Egyptian national held in protest crackdown
    A young U.S.-Egyptian national whose harrowing two-year prison ordeal included stretches of solitary confinement and a lengthy hunger strike was freed and allowed to leave Egypt early Saturday, his family said. Mohamed Soltan, a 27-year-old graduate...
  • Knocking on war's door

    For a time, reset, concessions and appeasement work to delay wars. But finally, nations wake up, grasp their blunders, rearm and face down enemies. That gets dangerous. The shocked aggressors cannot quite believe that their targets are suddenly serious...
  • Egypt's ousted president sentenced to death

    Egypt's ousted president sentenced to death
    An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced the country's first freely elected leader, ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, to death over a mass prison break during the 2011 uprising that eventually brought him to power. The ruling applies to another...
  • Egypt's ousted President Morsi sentenced to death

    Egypt's ousted President Morsi sentenced to death
    An Egyptian court Saturday issued a preliminary death sentence against Egypt's ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi, making him the first president in the country's history to face the possibility of public hanging. The ruling, involving a deadly...
  • The Week in Pictures | April 20 – 26, 2015

     
    Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. This week, ethnic Armenians worldwide marked the 100-year anniversary of a genocide at the hands of Ottoman Turks that claimed the lives of about 1.2 million Armenians from 1915 to 1918....