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NATO’s International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) confirmed that some of its troops were wounded along with Afghan soldiers, but would not disclose how many.
France opened a murder inquiry in late August after Arafat’s family launched legal action following reports he may have died from radioactive polonium near Paris in 2004.
Many Christians are concerned about an Iraq-style scenario in which they could come under threat if the regime of Assad collapses.
Over the last few weeks, the Muslim Brotherhood has aligned with the Salafis in the Constitutional Assembly in order to pass articles that establish Al-Azhar as a religious authority above any elected institution.
Opposition parties detail plans for Friday demonstrations
Assembly struggles to pass constitution before dissolution.
Governor attempts mediation between workers and company.
UN special envoy for Syria visits Cairo.
The warplanes targeted a rebel blockade of the highway to second city Aleppo.
Israeli military patrols increased in Sinai.
Up for grabs are two seats for the province of Aleppo, one for Hama, another for Idlib and a fifth for Hasakeh, SANA said.
A day after a crackdown against protesters with disabilities, the minister of interior met with representatives of people with disabilities.
Miners had threatened to destroy the mining equipment unless granted a pay increase of 15,000 rand ($1,720) for all workers.
The dissolution of the Knesset was approved by 100 votes to none.
NATO’s US-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) confirmed the bombing was by an Afghan agent.
Some keep saying that the “third hand” has disappeared with the ascendency of the Muslim Brotherhood to power. I find it funny when people say that.
The published draft allows security forces to detain suspects for a month.
Ahmad Fathi Sorour is wanted in connection with an investigation on his personal wealth.
The initiative uses different technological methods to fight driving violations.
Report of 247 violations, including torture, rape and murder of citizens.
Protest demands employment for disabled people.
Meeting to plan pressure on Constituent Assembly and president
Christians claim security forces don’t offer them protection.
Baghdad, (AFP) — A spate of shootings and bombings targeting Iraqi security forces north of Baghdad on Monday killed at least eight people, while a prisoner on death row escaped from a police station south of the capital. The attacks, which killed four policemen and three anti-Qaeda militiamen, came after a deadly bombing targeted Iraqi …
Under the package, the EU bans all transactions between European and Iranian banks unless authorised in advance by national authorities.
Civil parties call for more protests on Friday.
Mohamed Wadi’ back in prison after being hospitalised for a month.
by Naser Al-Azazy Sinai Bedouins met with security officials on Saturday to discuss sentences handed down to Sinai residents in absentia under the Mubarak regime. The group met in a village near the Al-Halal mountains, North Sinai. The conference was organised by the Popular Commission to Defend the People of Sinai and was attended by …
State litigation authority chancellors’ club discusses role of judiciary, civil prosecution.
The defense also reiterated a claim that this case is in-fact politically motivated.