At least 42 killed in Egypt
Posted: Monday, July 8, 2013
At least 42 killed in Egypt, Islamists call for uprising
Dozens killed in Cairo after gunmen open fire on pro-Morsi protesters
At least 34 reported dead as military fires on group outside the military building where the ousted president is held
Doubts over ElBaradei's appointment as Egypt PM
Egypt's new president says pro-reform leader Mohamed Elbaradei has not yet been appointed as interim prime minister despite earlier reports.
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Muslim Brotherhood: Support for Egypt Coup Fuels Anger at West
US, Europe Seen Backing Military's Coup
Overthrow of Egypt's Brotherhood sends Islamists across the Mideast scrambling
Muslim Brotherhood said US diplomats urged it to accept overthrow
Egyptian ambassador to U.S. says no military coup
Egypt's ambassador to Washington said Sunday there had not been a military coup in his country but the army needed to step in to keep violence on the street from spiraling out of control.
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McCain calls for suspension of US military aid to Egypt
America's Plan B in Egypt: Bring Back the Old Regime
Only 'Bad' Alternatives in Syria and Egypt
The internal struggle for power in Syrian and Egypt would continue until the appearance of a 'good' alternative, argues Armenak Tokmajyan.
Officials, passengers describe chaos after SFO plane crash
When the Asiana Airlines flight crashed at San Francisco International Airport, passengers fled in all directions from the burning plane.
Snowden Der Spiegel Interview
Just before Edward Snowden became a world famous whistleblower, he answered an extensive catalog of questions. These came from, amongst others, Jacob Appelbaum, 30, a developer of encryption and security software. Appelbaum educates international human rights groups and journalists on how to work with the Internet in safe and anonymous way.
Venezuela: Snowden has until Monday to respond to asylum offer
Court's classified rulings expanded powers of NSA
FISA has evolved into a parallel of US high court
Brazil seeks U.S. response to alleged spying on citizens
US request for extradition of Edward Snowden - full text
A copy of the request sent to Venezuela to extradite the NSA whistleblower to the US should he arrive in the South American country
The NSA's mass and indiscriminate spying on Brazilians
As it does in many non-adversarial countries, the surveillance agency is bulk collecting the communications of millions of citizens of Brazil
NSA revelations: why so many are keen to play down the debate
The mass surveillance that Edward Snowden has exposed asks questions not only of government but of telecoms companies too
Forcing down Evo Morales's plane was an act of air piracy
Denying the Bolivian president air space was a metaphor for the gangsterism that now rules the world
Snowden asylum 'a step against the United States,' Menendez says
Cuba's Raul Castro criticizes U.S., backs allies on Snowden
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Desperate Measures: Syrian Rebels Vow Suicide Bombings Amid Losses in Homs
Rebels Demand US Arms in Long-Contested City
Israel Destroyed Syrian Weapons Depot Containing Advanced Russian Arms
Secret move keeps bin Laden records in the shadows
Kaesong talks: North and South Korea reach agreement
Officials from North and South Korea have agreed in principle to reopen the Kaesong industrial complex.
14 Afghan soldiers, 64 Taliban militants killed: officials