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Protestors clash outside Egypt's Culture Ministry in the Zamalek neighborhood of Cairo.
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LOS ANGELES, Calif., Feb. 3, 12:50 p.m. PST -- With some 47 million people living in poverty, 50 million without health insurance, millions jobless and millions more underemployed, President Barak Obama could be less circumspect and more passionate about stimulating our economy.
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Opponents of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi are convinced that this is the best and perhaps the last opportunity to drive him from power.
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Clashes have erupted between supporters and opponents of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood over the recent appointment of an Islamist governor in a northern city.
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Two recent newspaper editorials illustrate the double-mindedness some feel about President Obama's decision to provide small arms and ammunition to Syrian rebels.
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Turkey's government is working on legislation to restrict the use of Twitter and other social media, blamed for the worst unrest the country has experienced in decades.
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Egyptian Investment Minister Yehya Hamed said on Monday he aimed to boost Egypt 's anemic economic growth to as high as 7 percent in two years by improving the environment for private investors.
Last week, Bill Clinton warned that President Barack Obama risked looking like a "wuss" and "a total fool" for not acting sooner on Syria.
CAIRO: A member of the movement whose gunmen killed 58 foreigners at a temple in Luxor in 1997 was sworn in by Egyptian President Mohammad Mursi Monday as governor of the vital tourist region.
Three years after Tahrir and one year after the presidential election, President Morsi's support has narrowed dramatically among Egyptians.
It's one thing to hear and read about the deteriorating situation in Egypt under the rule of the Muslim Brotherhood - it's another thing to actually see it .
Syria is turning out to be a sort of Spanish Civil War of our age, with Hezbollah and Iran playing the role of fascist Italy and Germany, and the Islamic nations and jihadists that of Stalin's Russia, as the moderates disappear and the messy conflict becomes a proxy war for greater powers, with worse to come.
What is America's strategy in the Middle East? That question is more urgent as the Obama administration finally moves to arm the Syrian opposition.
This week, the leader of the Islamic Labor Party, Magdi Hussein, speaking in Egypt before his cabinet members, named the United States as his enemy.
Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi cut ties with Syria and sent his foreign minister to Ethiopia over a dam dispute as the Islamist leader flexed political muscle two weeks before he faces mass rallies against his rule.
Christians in Egypt, you've been warned. And we know what Muslims do to religious minorities under the sharia.
Egypt's president on Sunday appointed 17 new provincial governors, including seven members of his Muslim Brotherhood, adding to its already considerable power in the legislative and executive branches.