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Latest Egypt Items
A video of an Egyptian woman calling on President Obama to keep quiet and get out of Egypt's politics has gone viral, sparking spin-off t-shirts and Photoshopped spoofs.
It is essential that those working to damp down foreign crises understand the perspectives of the parties involved. This sounds obvious enough, but isn't always the case.
The family of a woman whose mummified body likely was found in a suburban Detroit garage had tried for years to find her and even reached out to police to check the home, relatives said Tuesday.
For Rainbow City's Chara Kelley, what started with a simple tweet has turned into a new career with travels around the world.
To say that Michael Curry was stressed is an understatement.
In a story March 8 about Egypt's military chief Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, The Associated Press reported erroneously how much Egypt spends annually on fuel subsidies. The country spends nearly $20 billion a year, not $2 billion.
The signal of a Saudi-based television network was deliberately jammed while airing the show of Egypt's top satirist, the broadcaster's spokesman said Saturday, the latest disruption to hit the popular program.
New research shows that even more chemicals than previously thought can cause brain damage and behavioral disorders — and some of those chemicals are found in products that we use in our homes every day.
Former first lady Laura Bush on Friday introduced a group of women from Tunisia as the latest participants in the George W. Bush Institute's fellowship program that helps women in the Middle East and North Africa hone leadership skills.