Egyptian activists, most of them young, were out in force in the midday sun on Friday, Feb.
Three days of talks on Iran’s nuclear program wrapped up here Wednesday with a draft agreement on how to provide the Islamic republic nuclear fuel for civilian purposes.
Five men were convicted on Friday in Sydney, Australia, of trying to commit terrorist acts, court officials said.
United Nations inspectors will visit Iran’s recently disclosed nuclear power plant on October 25, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency announced Sunday from Tehran. “It is important for us to send out inspectors to do comprehensive verification …
Chaos and death on the streets of Mogadishu: unfortunately, it’s nothing new in the Somali capital.
A 40th-minute header from Mohamed Homos gives Egypt a shock 1-0 Confederations Cup victory over Italy at Ellis Park, Johannesburg, to leave the world champions’ qualification hopes in the balance. Homos — who replaced 35-year-old captain Ahmed Hassan, the country’s most capped player, in the only change to the Egyptian side beaten 4-3 by Brazil — rose powerfully to nod a corner from Mohamed Aboutrika past Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon. Egypt and Italy are now level on three points in Group B, behind Brazil who have won both their matches, with the Pharoahs favorites to go through to the semifinals.
British police will investigate claims that a former Guantanamo detainee was tortured with the complicity of the British government, the country’s attorney general announced Thursday.
A British resident released after four years at Guantanamo Bay arrived back in the UK Monday, officials said, in a case that has helped deepen controversy over U.S. treatment of accused terrorists. Binyam Mohamed, seized in Pakistan in 2002 on suspicion of terrorism, returned after being freed in a deal between the British and U.S