By Yasmine Saleh CAIRO (Reuters) – Egyptian police are expected to start taking action early on Monday against supporters of ousted President Mohamed Mursi who are gathered in crowded protest camps in Cairo, security and government sources said, a move which could trigger more bloodshed. The sites are the main flashpoints in the confrontation between the army, which toppled Mursi last month, and supporters who demand his reinstatement. …
Officials on both sides deny Israeli involvement in Sinai attacks, but sources claim there must have been cooperation. ‘Both were coordinating closely on Rafah this time around,’ says unnamed source
List includes 14 prisoners released into Gaza, among them Hamas members. ‘Move meant to strengthen Mahmoud Abbas,’ political source says. Prisoners scheduled for release on Tuesday
“An IED placed by the government in order to assassinate the political negotiations.”
SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Suspected al-Qaida gunmen killed five soldiers early Sunday in a southern province of Yemen, an official said, as U.S. embassies across the Muslim and Arab world reopened after terror threat emanating from the region.
Security officials say will disperse Morsi supporters’ camps in Cairo on daybreak Monday, two weeks after bloody clashes claim lives of dozens
Boy found without pulse in vehicle in Beersheba, dies after prolonged resuscitation efforts. Police investigate possibility child climbed into car on his own, locked himself inside
“…dashed expectations and rank cynicism on the part of the players could spark a war.”