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After airstrikes by Arab nations hit their neighbours, can enough be sacrificed by regimes across the region for any kind of joint security?
The Islamic State claimed the Friday attacks, promising further escalations
Could policies towards the Brotherhood affect the strategic alliance?
Meeting was attended by Arab foreign ministers to discuss regional situation in preparation for Arab League Summit
Foreign ministry asserts supporting “legitimate state”, says spokesman
The visit would aim at enhancing economic relations with Egypt
Hadi claims he is still president and is ruling from south
‘Egypt’s military to stay out of conflict unless Bab El-Mandab straight threatens Suez Canal navigation’, say experts
Al-Houthi announced new parliament and interim government Friday
Yemen’s major roads are blocked and shops are closed after the attack
Houthi militias clash with Yemeni army, surround prime minister’s residence
By Ahmed Tharwat The Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris and the overhyped anti terror rally that followed exposed the hypocrisy of the West’s secular free speech. It also started a debate about the future of Muslims in Europe and the US. There are about 7 to 8 million Muslims in France, the largest Muslim population in …
Egyptian president told French counterpart that Islam condemns such brutal killings
Egypt’s foreign minister also holds meetings with Saudi, British officials
Foreign ministry also calls for national consensus in Yemen and stability in the region
Export halt from Syria, Iraq, Libya, Tunisia, Yemen, and Turkey creating crisis, says Helal
Negotiations still ongoing concerning fines and impounding of vessels
We are following the case and working for their release, says Egyptian Embassy in Sana’a
Egypt expresses concern as string of attacks claims dozens of lives
Despite security threats, Egypt uses diplomacy to deal with situation in Libya, says Shoukry
Foreign minister met an array of diplomats and officials on sidelines of 69th United Nations General Assembly in New York
AFP – Some 17 Yemeni policemen were wounded in an ambush by Shiite Huthi rebels as fighting between government forces and the rebels neared the capital, officials said on Sunday. The Huthis – also known as Ansarullah – have been pushing out of their northern mountain strongholds towards Sanaa in a suspected bid to expand …
By Daniel Nisman When he is (eventually) elected to Egypt’s Presidency, former Field Marshal Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi knows the Everest of his policy goals will be restoring the country’s floundering economy. But before he can take on the monumental task of ensuring food and petrol stability to a largely impoverished country of over 85 million, Sisi …
AFP – A suspected Al-Qaeda suicide bomber Sunday killed 12 soldiers and a civilian in an attack on a military base in southeast Yemen, officials said, as government forces pursued jihadists in three restive provinces. The bombing came just hours after three gunmen were killed when they attacked a checkpoint close to the presidential palace …
By Marwan Muasher When the Arab awakening began in 2011, its primary goal should have been to advance pluralism and democracy – causes that were neglected in the Arab world’s first, anti-colonial awakening in the 20th century. But, after three years of struggle, the process has only just begun. Will the second Arab awakening finally …
Residents there told AFP on Sunday of “exceptionally” heavy artillery fire and air raids targeting Al-Qaeda hideouts in the region.
News of his death came as officials blamed AQAP for a suicide bombing at an intelligence post that wounded two guards, and after gunmen killed an army officer in Aden.
Punishment ranging from fines and jail terms to confiscation of assets and deportation may be imposed, escalating a year-long crackdown on visa irregularities that have been overlooked for decades.
The assault came in the eastern province of Hadramawt were the security forces have suffered repeated losses which prompted President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi to fire his interior minister earlier this month.
The pan-Arab bloc was created in Cairo on 22 March 1945.