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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.
Medea Benjamin making and then displaying an anti-Mubarak protest sign in Tahir Square, Cairo, Egypt February 2011, photos by Code Pink.
The Danish government has reportedly blamed Zimbabwe's failing economy on the under-utilisation of huge tracts of land by the beneficiaries of the country's land reform programme.
Egyptian students started on Saturday going back to their classes after a longer-than-usual mid-year vacation, overshadowed by the country's political and security turmoil.
A statue of the daughter of King Amenhotep III, grandfather of Tutankhamen and ruler of Egypt around 3,350 years ago, has been unearthed by a team of Egyptian and European archaeologists.
The decision made by oil-rich Saudi Arabia on Friday to include the Muslim Brotherhood on its first list of terrorist groups reflects the kingdom's support for the Egyptian interim leadership that took charge after the military ouster of the Brotherhood-oriented former President Mohamed Morsi last July, political experts said.
A Palestinian child lies in the sand with a banner reading in Arabic: "Gaza is yelling for your help" during a demonstration against the siege on the impoverished Hamas-run Gaza Strip in the coastal town of Rafah, yesterday.
Ex-irrigation minister says Egypt not proactive enough on Ethiopian dam Ahram Online, Wednesday 5 Mar 2014 Mohamed Nasr El-Deen says Egypt is only reacting, and too little, too late, on the risks Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance Dam poses to its water security Former Minister of Irrigation Mohamed Nasr El-Deen said in a press conference that Egypt is ... (more)
Said to be the largest show of its kind in the world, the annual four-day event in England features thousands of dogs, with competitors travelling from countries across the globe to take part.
New York and its snow-filled winter has been a revelation to Mercy College professor Hagar Saddiek, who is living and working at the Dobbs Ferry college as a Fulbright Language Teaching Assistant.
Dozens of detainees complain of torture in Egypt police stations: NCHR member Ayat Al-Tawy, Thursday 6 Mar 2014 Ahram Online Hafez Abu Saeda, a member of the state-appointed National Council for Human Rights, says dozens of detainees arrested in January have been beaten or tortured in police stations and might have faced ill-treatment in jails ... (more)
Unfortunately, there is ample precedent to suggest that when it comes to Israel international or U.S. assurances don't amount to a hill of beans.
CAIRO There's a lot anyone can learn from Jehane Noujaim's Oscar-nominated documentary "The Square," an examination of the 18-day uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak.
Firemen controlled a large fire which broke out on Thursday 6/3/2014 morning at the valves room of the Assuit/Sohag pipeline.