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Forces tracking escaped terrorists to eliminate them
Egypt currently fighting several armed groups mainly concentrated in Sinai Peninsula
30 suspected individuals were also arrested, 12 bombs controlled
The Egyptian Armed Forces said on Tuesday that its forces arrested three alleged extremists amid the ongoing military operations fighting terrorism in the region, military spokesperson Tamer Al-Refaei said in a statement. According to the statement, military forces of the Third Field Army attacked a den of extremists, destroying two vehicles and eight motor bikes. …
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120 Christian families that fled from North Sinai settled in Al-Mostakbal city, says Wali
The UN has strongly urged Iraq’s political leaders and civil society to resolve the current political deadlock.
Russia has accused Turkey of using three humanitarian organizations to funnel weapons and supplies to IS and other jihadist groups in Syria. Moscow also called for Turkey close the porous border to extremists.
Presiding judge in the case was announced as a target by the group
Police officer shot dead in Helwan security checkpoint attack
The explosion happened at around midnight near an army checkpoint and a cafe where football fans were watching a World Cup match.
Hamdeen Sabahy continues in presidential race despite calls for his withdrawal
Mustapha Bouyahbaren, Rachid Benomari and Mohamed Said had been serving a one-year jail sentence in Kenya, after being found guilty in July 2013 of illegally entering the country.
AFP – Around 400 Tunisian jihadists have returned from fighting in the Syrian war, the interior minister said, sparking fears that the battle-hardened militants could fuel Islamist violence back home. Since the 2011 revolution, Tunisia has been rocked by sporadic violence linked to Muslim extremists who were suppressed under the regime of ousted strongman Zine …
Unknown assailants attack police forces three times on Saturday, leaving one injured
Ibrahim: operations in Sinai are being prepared and homeland security administrations against extremist activities are essential
Police said they suspected Jewish religious extremists of spraying the Hebrew-language insults at the site
The two suspects were previously known to the intelligence services but were reportedly assessed as not posing a deadly threat
The first jihadist patrols were seen in Sidi Bouzid, cradle of the revolution, a day after the funeral of Belaid last Friday
On the ground, rebel fighters and commanders say they have no problem fighting alongside such groups as the Al-Nusra Front