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An ex-Egyptian army officer carried out the suicide bombing last month that unsuccessfully targeted the country's interior minister, a video posted online Saturday by al-Qaeda-inspired militants claims.
A hammering 6-1 loss to Ghana was more than just a blow to Egypt's faltering hopes for a spot in next year's World Cup finals. The humiliation immediately became entangled in Egypt's bitterly divisive politics.
Egypt's interior minister was the target of a car bombing in the Nasr City district of Cairo Thursday, but he survived, the nation's security authorities said.
Deadly clashes broke out during funerals of slain supporters of Egypt's ousted Islamist president Sunday, as the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood urged his supporters to stand fast after more than 70 of them were killed in weekend violence.
Suhair al-Bata'a, a 13-year-old Egyptian girl, died on Thursday during a circumcision operation at a village in the Daqahliya governorate northeast of Cairo, Al Arabiya reported Monday.
Thousands of low-ranking policemen on strike across Egypt on Thursday refused orders to work and protested what they claim is the politicization of the force in favor of the president's Muslim Brotherhood party.
Tens of thousands of mourners chanting slogans against Islamist President Mohammed Morsi poured into the streets of the restive Egyptian city of Port Said on Sunday for a mass funeral for most of the 37 people killed in rioting a day earlier.
Egyptians voted on Saturday in the second and final phase of a referendum on an Islamist-backed constitution that has polarized the nation, with little indication that the result of the vote will end the political crisis in which the country is mired.