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Egypt has asked Turkey's ambassador to leave on Saturday and accused Turkey of backing unnamed organisations bent on spreading instability. The relation between the two countries are in tension since the Egyptian military
Egypt has told the Turkish ambassador to leave the country and downgraded relations between the two countries. Egypt's foreign ministry blamed Turkey's continued "interference" in its country's internal affairs. Turkey's diplomatic representation has
Egypt's Foreign Ministry says the Turkish ambassador to Cairo has been considered persona non grata and will be ordered to leave the country because of Turkey's continued "interference" in Egyptian internal affairs. A statement issued by the ministry'
A 10-year old boy was killed on Friday after he was shot in clashes that broke out between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and residents of Awel el-Sour area in Suez, said Reda Zaghloul, head of the emergency unit at Suez's health headquarters. Earlier
A young boy and a man were killed today as supporters and opponents of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi clashed in Egypt, officials said. The confrontations came as pro-Morsi groups called for a week of anti-military protests under the slogan "
The gesture, historic and symbolic, was very calming and felt right at the moment Jaye Robinson City councillor When city councillors turned their backs on Mayor Rob Ford on Nov. 14, the day of his most public disgrace, they were practicing a civil
The head of the Rome police force said Thursday that security would be beefed up at all offices of the centre-left Democratic Party (PD) in the capital after premises were assaulted during clashes between police and anti-capitalists Wednesday.
Supporters of Egypt's army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi hold up a poster of Sisi at Tahrir square in downtown Cairo, November 19, 2013, during a rally to commemorate the second anniversary of the deaths of 42 people in clashes with security
One person has been killed and dozens more injured in clashes between opponents and supporters of Egypt's military-backed regime. Activists deface a monument dedicated to the protesters killed in 2011 Police backed by armoured vehicles fired tear gas
Even so, a demonstration on Tuesday in Cairo's Tahrir Square seemed to represent a breakthrough for young leftists and other revolutionary activists who have struggled to find their voice since the military ousted President Mohamed Morsi in July,