CAIRO (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's interior ministry said on Saturday that a wanted militant, a supporter of Islamic State, was killed in an exchange of fire when he refused to surrender to police.
JERUSALEM/CAIRO (Reuters) - Militants in Egypt's Sinai peninsula fired rockets into southern Israel on Friday in an incident that caused no casualties but appeared to be linked to fighting between Islamist insurgents and Egyptian security forces.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Yemen's dominant Houthi group and its army allies said on Saturday it had shelled various areas in Saudi Arabia's Jizan and Najran, killing and wounding several soldiers.
Via GEFIRA, In the last few days there were dozens of separate attacks in Egypt from the Sinai up to Cairo. Probably more than 60 people died while the Egyptian army used F16 attack plains to protect itself against it disgruntled population. Show More Summary
CAIRO (Reuters) - Islamic State's Egypt affiliate, Sinai Province, said on Friday in a statement posted on Twitter by supporters that it had launched three Grad rockets toward "occupied Palestine." Israeli police said earlier they had found rocket remnants in an open area. Show More Summary
CAIRO (Reuters) - Islamic State's Egypt affiliate, Sinai Province, said on Friday in a statement posted on Twitter by supporters that it had launched three Grad rockets toward "occupied Palestine".
The terrorist attacks in Sinai reveal several significant and dangerous developments. This week brought the murder in Cairo of Egypt’s top prosecutor, but in Sinai the news was even worse: well-coordinated terrorist attacks that displayed...Show More Summary
After a rainstorm, at 17th and P Streets, Dupont Circle, D.C. (the Cairo is the apartment building in the background). No filter was used; this was the color of the sky:
Representatives of the Arab League meet Thursday in Cairo to discuss the deadly attacks on military checkpoints in North Sinai which occurred the previous day; the emergency session was reportedly requested by Egypt.
Muslim Brotherhood calls on supporters to "rise in revolt" after police kill nine leading members in Cairo.
The latest news on the nine Muslim Brotherhood leaders killed in a Cairo apartment raid (all times local) JULY 1, 2015: 10:45 The Muslim Brotherhood says its leaders killed in a Cairo apartment were murdered in “in cold blood,” calling for a rebellion against President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, who it calls a “butcher.” “Come out in […]
CAIRO (AP) -- The Muslim Brotherhood says its leaders killed in a Cairo apartment were murdered in "in cold blood," calling for a rebellion against President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, who it calls a "butcher." "Come out in rebellion and in defense of your country, yourselves and your children," it said in a statement issued in English Wednesday. Show More Summary
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's general command for the armed forces said on Wednesday the army had killed at least 100 militants in North Sinai, after the militants attacked military checkpoints in the region.
By Yusri Mohamed and Ahmed Hassan ISMAILIA/CAIRO, Egypt, July 1 (Reuters) - Islamic State militants launched a wide-scale coordinated assault on several military checkpoints in Egypt's North Sinai on Wednesday in which 50 people were...Show More Summary
Updated | ISMAILIA/CAIRO, Egypt - Islamic State militants launched a wide-scale coordinated assault on several military checkpoints in Egypt's North Sinai on Wednesday in which 50 people were killed, security sources said, the largest...Show More Summary
ISMAILIA/CAIRO, Egypt (Reuters) - At least 30 people were killed when Islamist militants attacked several checkpoints in Egypt's North Sinai on Wednesday, security and medical sources said, in one of the biggest coordinated assaultsShow More Summary
Coordinated attacks, likely by local ISIS group, come just 2 days after assassination in Cairo of country's top prosecutor
CAIRO (Reuters) - At least 11 Egyptian soldiers were killed in a car bomb attack on a military post in North Sinai on Wednesday, security sources said.
CAIRO (Reuters) - After a year in power, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's aura of invincibility may be fading as he comes under closer scrutiny from a public growing impatient with the same social inequalities that triggered a mass uprising in 2011.