Egypt

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Aid fade

By J.C. Derrick
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Egypt | The cutback in assistance to Egypt may reduce U.S. influence at a crucial time

Vandals attack Christian sites outside Cairo

By Nikolas Grosfield
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Egypt | While media attention has focused on Cairo, other Egyptian cities are also in tumult. Fayoum, southwest of Cairo and home to 1.5 million Egyptians and many…

No more ‘business as usual’ with Egypt

By J.C. Derrick
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Egypt | Obama administration sparks widespread criticism over decision to cut military aid

Globe Trot: Haitians file sewage suit against the UN

By Mindy Belz
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International | HAITI: Advocates for Haitian victims of a cholera outbreak that killed over 8,000plan to sue the United Nations in federal court in Manhattan today.

U.S. delegation: Egyptian uprising ‘not a coup’

By J.C. Derrick
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Egypt | After meeting with Egyptian leaders, private delegation urges U.S. policy shift

Globe Trot: Benghazi bungling back on Washington’s radar

By Mindy Belz
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International | BENGHAZI: A panel of military and national security experts launched the Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi in Washington on Monday, charging both political…

Globe Trot: Twelve years on

By Mindy Belz
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International | Today is the 12th anniversary of 9/11. An important reread: Daniel Henninger’s Pulitzer Prize-winning, “I saw it all. And then I saw nothing.” Counting…

In war, reconciliation

By Mindy Belz
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Middle East | The bombing of a Christian bookshop in northern Iraq was one of my first reporting assignments in the Middle East. It was about 1999, and it turned out that…

Midday Roundup: Going it alone at the G-20

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Feeling isolated. President Barack Obama found himself in the minority at the Global 20 summit today as traditional allies joined opponents to urge the U.S.

Globe Trot: Kerry warns of history’s judgement over Syria

By Mindy Belz
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International | Secretary of State John Kerry spoke today on Syria and released a government report he says shows Bashar al-Assad’s Syrian government was…

Egypt’s tenuous peace

By Jamie Dean
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Egypt | A new round of protests avoids violence, but fears of unrest remain for millions of Egyptians

Globe Trot: Lebanese bombings reportedly target Assad critic

By Mindy Belz
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International | Twin bombings in Tripoli, the largest city in northern Lebanon, have left at least 27 dead and more than 350 wounded this morning. The blasts went off near…

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