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  • Egypt soccer riot leaves at least 22 dead

    In an eerie replay of even more lethal violence three years ago, an outbreak of soccer-related fighting Sunday evening left at least 22 people dead outside a stadium near the Egyptian capital, authorities said, with the toll expected to rise. Though the...
  • Appeasement as narcissism

    Members of the Obama administration have insisted that the Taliban are not terrorists. Those responsible for the recent Paris killings are not radical Islamists. The Muslim Brotherhood is largely secular. Jihad is a "legitimate tenet of Islam." And...
  • Egypt court upholds mass death sentence for 183, drawing criticism

    Egypt court upholds mass death sentence for 183, drawing criticism
    Reaffirming a judicial practice that has come under strong international criticism, an Egyptian criminal court Monday backed a mass death sentence previously handed down to 183 people accused in a deadly attack on a police post. Mass tribunals and...
  • Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste freed by Egypt; 2 others still held

    Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste freed by Egypt; 2 others still held
    Facing sustained international criticism over its human rights record, Egypt on Sunday freed Peter Greste, an Australian correspondent for Al Jazeera, who was one of three journalists for the Qatar-based broadcaster jailed more than a year ago on...
  • Obama faces vile insults like no other president has

    Obama faces vile insults like no other president has
    I've been thinking lately about the persistently vituperative and insulting attacks on President Barack Obama since 2008. It is, of course, commonplace in American politics for presidents to be lambasted for their policies, their programs, their values...
  • Egypt singer who led 2011 protesters in song finds audience has thinned

    Egypt singer who led 2011 protesters in song finds audience has thinned
    During the 2011 Egyptian revolution, Ramy Essam sang to hundreds of thousands of demonstrators each day. Now, he is playing far smaller venues in North America. Ramy Essam stood in front of a painting depicting the early days of the 2011 Egyptian...
  • American scholar denied entry to Egypt

    American scholar denied entry to Egypt
    A well-known American scholar and former diplomat who has been a vocal critic of Egypt’s authoritarian government said Saturday she had been turned away at Cairo’s international airport – the latest instance of an academic running...
  • Britain reopens Cairo embassy, ending 9-day security closure

    Britain reopens Cairo embassy, ending 9-day security closure
    The British Embassy in Cairo reopened Tuesday, nine days after shutting down over security concerns, but officials gave no immediate details about the nature of the threat that prompted the closure. In a statement posted on its website and emailed to...
  • Jordanian lawmakers trade tirades, leaving female members fuming

    Jordan’s Parliament is no stranger to tumult, having hosted scenes of enraged members chucking ashtrays at each other and even pulling out guns during heated arguments. But this week’s performance was a stunner even by the legislature’...
  • 3 dead in attack, Islamist protests in Egypt

    3 dead in attack, Islamist protests in Egypt
    Three people including an army general were killed and at least 28 wounded on Friday in militant attacks, some claimed by a group loyal to Islamic State, and clashes at Islamist protests around Egypt, security sources and health officials said. Police...
  • Egyptian court drops case against Mubarak over Arab Spring protest deaths

    Egyptian court drops case against Mubarak over Arab Spring protest deaths
    On Saturday, Hosni Mubarak, frail but still defiant at 86, permitted himself a small, tight smile of satisfaction as a Cairo judge pronounced invalid, on largely technical grounds, the charges that he had been complicit in the killings of hundreds of...