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Zak Ebrahim pens a book describing what is it like to be the son of a terrorist father
World powers continue to block efforts to prosecute alleged crimes against humanity committed by Syria, Israel and Egypt
The region’s US-armed powers could stage their own interventions as Washington steps back from decades of war
Khalifa Haftar wants to rid Libya of the Muslim Brotherhood – something many regional powers may rally behind
Sisi’s animosity toward Hamas is worsening the Gaza crisis
Court upholds sentences against Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie and dozens of members
With Egypt’s new government moving on without it, the Brotherhood lies low and looks for allies
Former defense minister who ousted the country's first democratically elected president takes 97 percent of the vote.
The general needs high turnout for a mandate to push through painful economic reforms that could spur new unrest
Officials also threaten fines for not voting; front-runner Sisi hoping to garner a clear mandate