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Egypt court postpones Mubarak verdict to November

Mubarak is being retried on charges of complicity in the killing of around 850 unarmed protesters during the January, 2011.


Israel seriously considered ‘military reoccupation’ of Gaza

“A full military reoccupation of Gaza was seriously considered,” Israel’s minister of intelligence Yuval Steinitz told BBC’s HARDtalk.


Day 47: Israeli strikes kill 7, Egypt urges truce

The UN claimed 70 per cent of those killed in Gaza are civilians, including women and children.


Palestinians accept new 72-hour ceasefire offer

Palestine accepts new ceasefire offer to bring back Israel to negotiating a long-term ceasefire agreement.

Read more: Egypt, Gaza, Israel, palestine

Gaza crisis: 72-hour fragile ceasefire begins

Some 67 Israelis, all but three of them soldiers, have also died.

Read more: Egypt, Gaza crisis, Hamas

Israel holds off on attending Gaza truce talks in Cairo

A Palestinian delegation including Hamas officials was due to arrive later on Saturday in Cairo for new talks.

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Israel pounds Gaza despite global efforts for peace; 604 Palestinians and 29 Israelis killed

US Secretary of State John Kerry and UN chief Ban Ki-moon are in Egypt to try to arrange a ceasefire.

Flames spread across buildings after Israeli strikes in the Shijaiyah neighbourhood in Gaza City. (Source: AP)

Israel-Gaza crisis: 583 Palestinians, 27 IDF soldiers killed; no sign of ceasefire

At least five persons were killed and 70 others injured in the latest Israeli strike on a hospital in Gaza.


21 Egyptian soldiers killed in checkpoint attack

The border guards were killed during an exchange of fire with the unknown gunmen.

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Egyptian authorities halt Gaza-bound aid convoy

The convoy comprised a number of prominent Egyptian activists and political figures and left Cairo on Saturday.


Hamas says invited for Cario truce talks

An Egyptian foreign ministry official said he could not confirm or deny the new invitation.

Read more: Egypt, Hamas, truce talks

The Big Story: Syria in backyard, Europe fights radicalisation

Germany takes the lead in counseling, hotlines, helping returning jihadists find jobs.


Egypt government raises fuel prices dramatically

The new prices were made public only a few hours before the decision was implemented.


Egypt prez rules out interference in Al-Jazeera journalists’ prison sentence

El-Sissi said he had always said he will not interfere in judicial affairs, and would respect the courts’ independence.


Egypt sentences three Al-Jazeera reporters to seven years

The judge also handed 10-year sentences to two British journalists and a Dutch journalist who were not in Egypt.