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  1. 7 hours ago

    Three Hamas commanders killed in Israeli air strike on Gaza

    ...Brigades were killed in a strike by Israel’s air force on a residential building in Rafah, at Gaza’s southern border with Egypt. The air strike, co-ordinated between Israel’s military and its Shin Bet security service, also killed five civilians... By John Reed in Jerusalem

  2. August 20, 2014

    Here and Elsewhere, New Museum, New York – review

    ...life, but a poetic wanderer’s collection. We flit through Egypt, Morocco, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Syria, Saudi Arabia...movie gangster. These camp, risqué images show nothing of Egypt, except by their very existence; political change and a conservative... By Ariella Budick

  3. August 20, 2014

    Donors demand Israel lifts Gaza blockade to help reconstruction

    ...a year to the Palestinians, and with Egypt will host an upcoming donors’ conference...want Gaza’s borders with Israel and Egypt opened, and travel and trade restored between...in 2007 when Hamas took power – which Egypt joined after its military coup in 2013... By John Reed in Jerusalem

  1. August 19, 2014

    The Arab world has to take on Isis in its own backyard

    ...the six nations of the Gulf Co-operation Council possess more than 600 combat-capable aircraft. Add Jordan, Turkey, and Egypt, and you have 1,000 more. Why, then, is only the US dropping bombs on the jihadis of the Islamic State of Iraq and the... By Shashank Joshi

  2. August 19, 2014

    Rockets prompt Israel to call off Gaza talks

    ...team out of indirect talks with the Palestinians sponsored by Egypt, shortly after three rockets fired from Gaza at about 4pm local...of the Israeli blockade. Norway, which will co-host with Egypt a donors’ conference to rebuild Gaza, said this week that... By John Reed in Jerusalem

  3. August 19, 2014

    Houthi Shia rebels threaten Yemen’s transition to democracy

    ...posts in the country’s transitional government. But the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt led to disquiet in the party, which had seen Egypt as a template for Islamist governments in the region, while the increasingly anti-Islamist... By Peter Salisbury in Sana’a

  4. August 19, 2014

    David Cameron fails to calm Isis policy doubts

    ...border in Iraq, Britain is now intervening to prop up the Shia-dominated government against a Sunni insurgency. Meanwhile, in Egypt, London is supporting Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the Sunni authoritarian leader. The sense of inconsistency was exacerbated in... By Elizabeth Rigby, Sam Jones and Kiran Stacey in London

  5. August 18, 2014

    Gazans say they live in world’s biggest prison

    ...Gaza Strip at the Rafah border crossing to Egypt. Jostling and shouting erupt when a man...a tiny few who get permission to enter Egypt or Israel, and fraught with indignity once they...was intense before the war began. After Egypt’s military government deposed Mohamed... By John Reed in Rafah

  6. August 17, 2014

    Whitehall report into Muslim Brotherhood delayed by wrangling

    ...The Brotherhood, which dates back to 1928, came to power in Egypt’s election in 2012 before being ousted by a military coup last...including the murder in February of three tourists on a bus in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula. The Brotherhood has denied responsibility... By Kiran Stacey, Political Correspondent

  7. August 17, 2014

    Pakistan protests raise military coup fears

    ...return to the centre stage. Although an outright coup remains unlikely, many local analysts fear that Pakistan may soon join Egypt and Thailand among the list of countries that have suffered recent military interventions in their domestic politics. “The... By Farhan Bokhari in Islamabad

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