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World Tribune
2012: Middle Eastof Shi’ite opposition – December 6 Senate calls for Obama to weigh Syria no-f
2012: Middle East
World Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
of Shi’ite opposition – December 6 Senate calls for Obama to weigh Syria no-fly zone – December 6 ‘We need neither medical nor political support’: After 8-day war, Hamas appeals for ‘arms’ – December 6 Israelis fire Llamas as military... Read more
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Daily Mail
Extradition of man who hijacked a plane to see his ex-wife delayedto Egypt's President Sisi Seif al-Din Mohamed Mostafa is accused of using a fa
Extradition of man who hijacked a plane to see his ex-wife delayed
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
to Egypt's President Sisi Seif al-Din Mohamed Mostafa is accused of using a fake suicide belt to seize an Alexandria-to-Cairo flight on March 29 The 58-year-old said he was desperate to see his ex-wife and children He arrived at court in a... Read more
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Northern Echo
Stranded horse rider needs urgent spinal surgery in Cairo before she can be flown homeBut before she can be safely moved she needs important spinal cord surgery, in
Stranded horse rider needs urgent spinal surgery in Cairo before she can be flown home
Northern Echo / Posted 14 days ago
But before she can be safely moved she needs important spinal cord surgery, in the hospital in Cairo, or she risks being permanently paralysed. Because Friday is a holy day, and Sunday a bank holiday this week, it will be at least Monday before she... Read more
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The New Statesman
The age of hyper-terrorismIt was late July and the air hung hot and heavy over Ard el-Lewa, a crowded Cai
The age of hyper-terrorism
The New Statesman / Posted a month ago
It was late July and the air hung hot and heavy over Ard el-Lewa, a crowded Cairo neighbourhood of dirt streets and grey high-rises that sprawls along the wrong side of the Upper Egypt railway line. Arafa Hassan Gouda, a 52-year-old refugee from... Read more
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The New Statesman
The colonel's revengeIt was late July and the air hung hot and heavy over Ard el-Lewa, a crowded Cai
The colonel's revenge
The New Statesman / Posted 1 months ago
It was late July and the air hung hot and heavy over Ard el-Lewa, a crowded Cairo neighbourhood of dirt streets and grey high-rises that sprawls along the wrong side of the Upper Egypt railway line. Arafa Hassan Gouda, a 52-year-old refugee from... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Extra homeworksuch projects is pushing growth and creating a multiplier effect in different s
Extra homework
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 1 months ago
such projects is pushing growth and creating a multiplier effect in different sectors,” said Eman Negm, an economist at the Cairo-based investment bank Prime Holding. The administrative capital, for example, will push production in all the building... Read more

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