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Latest Egypt Items
Militants in the Gaza Strip offered Israel on Thursday a cease-fire to all rocket blasts, just hours after the Jewish nation unleashed a torrent of attacks that targeted 29 Palestinian sites — many of which were confirmed hits.
Masked gunmen opened fire on an army bus in Cairo on Thursday, killing one soldier and wounding three in a rare attack on troops in the Egyptian capital, security officials and a military spokesman said.
Officials across much of the Muslim world said Thursday that the upcoming big-budget Hollywood film "Noah" featuring Russell Crowe as the ark-building prophet will not be shown in local theaters because it could offend viewers.
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.
Secretary of State John F. Kerry said Wednesday that the Obama administration will soon decide on whether to resume military aid to Egypt, including Apache helicopters key to counterterrorism operations in the lawless Sinai Peninsula that abuts Israel.
Nine inmates have pleaded guilty in federal court in Natchez to participating in a deadly prison riot in Mississippi in 2012.
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.