CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian authorities on Monday postponed plans to disperse two Cairo protest camps demanding the return of ousted President Mohammed Morsi after thousands of his supporters reinforced the sit-ins when news leaked to the press.
Ministerial Committee for Legislation refuses to back legislation due to a clause that allows the government to use the proceeds from home sales to provide rent subsidies, rather than funding additional housing for purchase.
Sources say 26 prisoners will be released at night to minimize Palestinian celebrations, but date not finalized yet. Palestinians still to be notified
US State Department displeased with new 1,000 settlement units’ bid, while Netanyahu meets with German FM, claims EU’s settlement ban ‘hardens Palestinian positions’
City-dwellers went to the Negev, where the spectacular Perseid shower featured up to 100 meteors an hour.
Easily available, highly addictive drug reaches Saudi Arabia, reeking havoc, joins long list of addictions plaguing gulf state
OSLO, Norway (AP) — Nobel Prize committee officials say they have received a petition claiming some 100,000 signatures that endorses awarding the peace prize to U.S. soldier Bradley Manning, who faces up to 90 years in prison for disclosing classified information through WikiLeaks.
Undercover Internal Affairs investigation leads police to arrest Border Guard drill sergeant for stealing iPhones, cash from recruits while they were in the field training. Border Patrol promise: If officer is guilt, he will be dismissed ‘effective immediately’