Tahrir Square on Wednesday, a day after another round of clashes between police and protesters, resembled its old war-zone self.
When the authorities at the Rafah border terminal closed down their offices on Saturday, they were wrapping up the first day of a new era in Egyptian foreign policy.
It was a beautiful, sun-splashed Cairo morning, and a brass band was playing in Tahrir Square. The musicians, about two dozen in all, wore driven-snow white trousers and red military jackets with gold tassels
Reports of a thaw in Egyptian-Iranian diplomatic ties has created a stir in the Middle East, particularly in Egypt and its neighbor, Israel.
In the nearly three months since the revolution in Egypt, the popular imagination of the Arab world’s largest country has been gripped by a new obsession: how to mete justice to ex-President Hosni Mubarak and high-ranking members of his regime, including his two sons. Some Egyptians want clean, flat-out revenge, with punishments handed out and heads rolling.
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Ahmed is 19 years old, fresh-faced; he sports jeans and a gray “New York” T-shirt and wears his hair gelled back.
Throughout his life, Ronn Wade has been surrounded by death. And in most cases, it hasn’t seemed to bother him.
See ya, Saw. According to early estimates from Hollywood.com Box Office, the new big kahuna in horror is officially “Paranormal Activity,” which conjured $22 million in its first weekend with a full wide release, clawing its way to the top of the box office after a full month in theaters