Standing before tens of thousands of adoring supporters in Tahrir Square, President Mohammed Morsi opened his jacket in a show of bravado to prove he was not wearing a bullet-proof vest. The message was clear: He has nothing to fear because he sees himself as the legitimate representative of Egypt's uprising.
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Iranian MPs have signed a draft law aimed at banning Europe-bound oil tankers from using the Strait of Hormuz to punish EU nations that slapped sanctions on the Islamic republic, reports said on Monday.
Israeli aircraft on Monday destroyed a spy device it was using to monitor a Hezbollah communications network in south Lebanon after it was found by the group, a Lebanese security source and Hezbollah said.
The Palestinian government has detained some 200 people in recent weeks, including security officers, in the biggest crackdown on illegal weapons in the West Bank in five years, a spokesman said Monday.