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Egypt to Host War Games With US After 8-Year Hiatus

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SEPT. 5, 2017, 10:39 A.M. E.D.T.

CAIRO — Egypt’s military says it will host war games with U.S. troops later this month for the first time in eight years. 118 more words

The Egyptian Revolution: From Bad to Worse

The famous Arab uprising or revolution that swept across Northern African countries and some of their counterparts in the Middle East led to a lot of deaths, displacement and political instability across the region. 379 more words

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IS DEMOCRACY THE BEST WAY TO ACHIEVE A LASTING PEACE?

With no end in sight to the conflict in Syria, and violence and terrorism having spilled into Iraq, the Arab Spring has all but failed to democratise the Arab World.  957 more words

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Friday Prayers for Egypt: Old Things

God, 

So much in Egypt is old. Some gets preserved. Some gets restored. 

All is its heritage. Honor and judge appropriately.  

Over the past few weeks many Pharaonic artefacts have been discovered. 119 more words

Egypt

Urgent Messages to the Muslim World

The first reaction of the U.S. after 9/11 should have been to stop visas from all majority-Muslim countries, except for those of utmost importance. But our politicians’ hands were tied — not by fear of a backlash from Islamic countries, which probably expected a U.S. 288 more words

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Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak freed after six years of imprisonment

Six years back his government was dissolved, his lawyers revealed that the former president of the state Hosni Mubarak has reached his home near Qahira, from the military hospital in south Qahira. 121 more words

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