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At least 50 soldiers dead in militant attacks in Sinai, Egypt

Jul 01, 2015

At least 50 soldiers dead in militant attacks in Sinai, Egypt

Islamic militants on Wednesday unleashed a wave of simultaneous attacks, including suicide car bombings, on Egyptian army checkpoints in the restive northern Sinai Peninsula, killing at least 50 soldiers, security and military officials said. #World #Egypt #NewsTracker #Cairo #terrorist attack #Sinai #Sinai Peninsula #islamic-state
Islamic State attacks kill at least 15 soldiers in Egypt's Sinai

Jul 01, 2015

Islamic State attacks kill at least 15 soldiers in Egypt's Sinai

A wave of attacks in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula claimed by the Islamic State group killed at least 15 soldiers Wednesday, with the toll expected to rise as troops fought a running battle with militants. #Egypt #NewsTracker #Cairo #islamic-state #ISIS
Need another excuse to visit the capital? New Delhi 5th cheapest place in the world to grab a beer

Jul 01, 2015

Need another excuse to visit the capital? New Delhi 5th cheapest place in the world to grab a beer

Beer loving holiday makers should head to New Delhi for their next vacation where the average price for a 330 ml bottle is just $1.75, fifth cheapest in a list of 75 cities across the world, according to a new survey. #World #Delhi #NewsTracker #Cairo #Beer #Mexico City #Tel Aviv #Worldwide #Shareworthy #Cheapest beer
White House condemns car bomb blast that killed Egypt's top prosecutor

Jun 30, 2015

White House condemns car bomb blast that killed Egypt's top prosecutor

Egypt's top public prosecutor Hisham Barakat died of wounds sustained in a car bomb attack on his convoy as it was leaving his home. #Egypt #NewsTracker #Cairo #Islamists #Abdel Fattah al-Sisi #Hisham Barakat #public prosecutor
Egypt cancels 30 June celebrations as country mourns death of top prosecutor

Jun 30, 2015

Egypt cancels 30 June celebrations as country mourns death of top prosecutor

Egypt has cancelled celebrations marking the second anniversary of the 30 June revolution which ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, as the country #Egypt #NewsTracker #Cairo #car bomb attack #Islamists #Mohammad Morsi #Abdel Fattah El-Sisi #public prosecutor #30 June celebrations #General Hisham Barakat
Hosni Mubarak still not in the clear over 2011 uprising, fresh trial awaits him

Jun 04, 2015

Hosni Mubarak still not in the clear over 2011 uprising, fresh trial awaits him

Egypt's highest appeals court on Thursday ordered the retrial of ousted President Hosni Mubarak on charges that he failed to stop the killing of hundreds of protesters during the 2011 uprising. #Egypt #Hosni Mubarak #NewsTracker #Cairo #Arab Spring #2011 uprising #Hosni Mubarak trial
Behind the Niqab: What the world looks like through the veil

May 31, 2015

Behind the Niqab: What the world looks like through the veil

Photographs shot from behind the Niqab, worn by some conservative Muslim women, shows what the world looks like from through the veil. #Egypt #Cairo #ImagesOfTheDay #Veil #Muslim #photos #Niqb #conservative #Hassan Ammar
Egyptian court sentences Hosni Mubarak to 3 years in prison for corruption

May 09, 2015

Egyptian court sentences Hosni Mubarak to 3 years in prison for corruption

An Egyptian court sentenced ousted president Hosni Mubarak and his two sons to three years in prison on Saturday after a retrial for embezzlement. #Egypt #NewsTracker #Cairo #Mohamed Morsi #Hosni Mumbarak
Egypt's decision to sentence 14 men of Muslim Brotherhood to death is 'blatantly unjust': Human Rights Watch

Apr 13, 2015

Egypt's decision to sentence 14 men of Muslim Brotherhood to death is 'blatantly unjust': Human Rights Watch

Egypt's decision to sentence 14 men to death and jail 37 others accused of ties to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood was "politically motivated" and "blatantly unjust", Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Sunday. #Egypt #NewsTracker #Cairo #Muslim Brotherhood #Human Rights Watch #Egyptian court #Mohammad Morsi #Egypt Judiciary