Egypt Says Its Security Forces Killed 40 Militants After Bus Bombing
The militants were preparing to attack government and tourism facilities, army and police personnel and Christian churches.
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Egyptian Satirist Bassem Youssef Ends His Show
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US General Hands Iraqis Fighting in Mosul Vote of Confidence
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Dark Days for Baghdad on Eve of Iraqi Elections
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Egypt: Revolution, Turmoil Impact on Pop Culture
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Iraqi Troops Resume Mosul Fight After 2-Week Lull
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Suicide Car Bomber Kills 11 Soldiers in Egypt
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Iraqi Forces in Mosul Reinforced, New Push Against ISIS Soon
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Egypt Slams US Aid Freeze
Egypt on Thursday decried Washington's decision to freeze a sizable chunk of its annual $1.5 billion aid to Egypt, saying the...
Displaced Iraqi Christians Head Home for 'Wartime' Christmas
Displaced when ISIS seized their town, the Christians were bused into Bartella to attend a lunchtime religious service.
Egypt: Leader of Islamic State Affiliate Killed in Sinai
Egypt's military said on Thursday that the leader of the Islamic State's affiliate has been killed in the Sinai Peninsula.
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