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Issaq Saeed: Only Egyptian to survive savage beheading
Saeed pointed out that they agreed together to separate and hide in farms until they somehow got a chance to return home.
Issaq Saeed: Only Egyptian to survive savage beheading
Saeed pointed out that they agreed together to separate and hide in farms until they somehow got a chance to return home.
Global army chiefs to meet in Saudi to discuss Daesh
The meeting is “more an exchange of information” and a chance for co-ordination, rather than a forum for major decisions.
AJU denounces Sudan’s confiscation of newspapers
Arab Journalists Union said the government's action against 14 newspapers were unprecedented and is in conflict with the freedom of expression.
UN Security Council to meet Wednesday on Libyan crisis
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi said in a radio interview aired on Tuesday that creating a UN-backed coalition was the best course of action to rid Libya of militants.
Tamkeen organises mega event for Bahrain students
Tamkeen’s customer engagement and support team highlighted the support programmes Tamkeen and other organisations offer to youth at different stages of their careers.
Bahrain air force jets arrive in Jordan
The move is within the framework of bilateral defence cooperation with Jordan.
Italian PM rules out intervention in Libya without UN cover
Matteo Renzi speaks to Egyptian President after beheading; Sisi agrees that the next steps should be political and diplomatic efforts through the UN.
Backers of Yemen’s ex-president seize media buildings in Aden
Security officials said one soldier and two Hadi supporters were killed in clashes during the seizure of radio and television buildings.
Iran bans weekly for criticising government concessions in nuclear talks
The Noh-e Day weekly, run by hardline member of parliament Hamid Rassai, had repeatedly criticised president Hasan Rohani for “making too many concessions”.
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