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Hundreds of Egyptian soccer fans rallied in the capital Saturday to demand the release of fans detained in a protest this week.
A plane carrying seven American pro-democracy activists on trial over their activities took off from Cairo airport after sunset Thursday after the U.S. posted nearly $5 million in bail, officials said, easing a diplomatic crisis over charges that their groups funded and promoted anti-government protests in Egypt.
A plane carrying seven American pro-democracy workers took off from the Cairo airport after sunset Thursday, airport officials said, easing a deep crisis in relations over charges that their groups funded and promoted anti-government protests in Egypt.
The U.S. does not believe that a man arrested in Cairo is a long-sought senior al Qaeda military leader on the FBI's Most Wanted list, U.S. officials said Wednesday.
The Syrian military launched an offensive to regain control of suburbs on the eastern edge of Damascus on Sunday, storming neighborhoods and clashing with groups of army defectors in fierce fighting that sent residents fleeing and killed at least three civilians, activists said.
Three American students arrested during a protest in Cairo caught flights out of Egypt early Saturday, according to an airport official and an attorney for one of the trio.
Israel will begin sending some diplomats back to Egypt this week to evaluate the safety of restoring full relations after a mob ransacked the Israeli Embassy in Cairo on Friday, an Israeli official said Sunday.
Protesters broke into the Israeli Embassy in Cairo Friday and dumped documents out of the windows as hundreds more demonstrated outside, prompting the ambassador and his family to leave the country. The unrest was a further worsening of already deteriorating ties between Israel and post-Hosni Mubarak Egypt.
Former protesters are waiting cautiously to see whether the army — now Egypt's governing body — will fulfill its promises of social justice while other discontented groups are emerging in force and the economy stagnates.