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A $40 billion deal for Dubai firm Arabtec to build one million homes in Egypt may mark the start of politically-inspired Gulf investment in the country's creaking infrastructure, from housing to transport, power generation and agriculture.
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The recent tension between the two groups may signal the end to the reconciliation talks that both parties have recently been participating in.
Videotaped testimonies of prisoners currently held in Egyptian jails are painting a picture of arbitrary arrest, torture, forced confessions and cramped prison cells.
Saudi Arabia has threatened to blockade its neighbouring Gulf State Qatar by land and sea unless it cuts ties with the Muslim Brotherhood, closes Al Jazeera, and expels local branches of two prestigious US think tanks, the Brookings Doha Center and the Rand Qatar Policy Institute.
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Darren Aronofski's biblical epic "Noah" is already provoking controversy in the Muslim world, and has been preemptively banned in three Gulf states.
When the time comes and we wake up one morning and this country's command centers, political, military, governmental, has been taken over by those who seek to destroy us all, you won't be able to say, you didn't know, you weren't warned, you didn't have the means to prevent it from happening.
First time accepted submitter superboj writes "Everyone wants a piece of Egypt's most famous pharaoh, including the media, the Muslim Brotherhood and even the Mormon church.
The Egyptian military's ongoing crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood and its supporters was not unexpected by the international community after the military coup that deposed Mohamed Morsi, the first democratically elected president in Egypt.
A suspected homemade bomb at a tram station in eastern Cairo has wounded at least one person, while explosives experts succeeded in detonating another two bombs at the site before they exploded.
Susan 'Medea' Benjamin; leader of the terrorist support group Code Pink held a press conference at the Embassy of Egypt in Washington, D.C. on Thursday to protest her deportation from Cairo earlier this week.
Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani has called for the expansion of relations with on Oman in a move apparently meant to undermine Saudi Arabia's efforts to dominate the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council and exercise greater influence in the Arab world.
Three protesters were killed and dozens wounded as Muslim Brotherhood supporters and police clashed across Egypt on Friday, the health ministry and security sources said.
Egypt's Ahram Online reports March 2 that Abdullah Mohamed Morsi -- the son of ousted president Mohamed Morsi of the ultra-conservative Muslim Brotherhood -- was arrested for possession of hashish.
The most revealing event on the first day of the Conservative Political Action Conference didn't technically happen at CPAC.
Saudi Interior Ministry also lists Nusra Front and the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, whose fighters are battling Syrian President Assad.