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Jordan 'not for sale' to Saudi, UAE, says lawmaker

03 September, 2018

A Jordanian lawmaker has lashed out at Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, accusing the oil-rich Gulf states of attempting to "buy off" the Hashemite kingdom.

Egypt president approves law clamping down on social media

01 September, 2018

Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has ratified a law granting authorities the right to monitor social media users in the country as part of tightening internet controls.

Egyptian Copts attacked over homes used as churches

01 September, 2018

Four Coptic homes were attacked by residents from a village and other nearby areas, about 250 kilometres (155 miles) south of Cairo on Friday.

Egypt locks down Tahrir Square ahead of gathering call

31 August, 2018

Friday's deployment comes after recently arrested ex-diplomat Masoum Marzouk called for a "public gathering" at the square.

Netanyahu: When it comes to Israel, might is right

31 August, 2018

Netanyahu issued a disturbing warning to the country's regional rivals on Thursday, declaring that the Israeli state has the means to destroy them.

Egypt raises foreigners’ passes prices to Cairo, Luxor sites

31 August, 2018

Egypt has raised the price of passes that allow foreign tourists entry into archaeological sites and museums in Cairo and Luxor.

MBS aide boasts plan to dig trench around Qatar

31 August, 2018

Senior MBS aide Saud al-Qahtani appeared to confirm reports that Saudi Arabia is digging a canal to separate Qatar from the mainland and turn it into an island.

David Satterfield leading candidate for US ambassador to Egypt

31 August, 2018

David Satterfield, a veteran US diplomatic with extensive experience in the Middle East, is the leading candidate to become US ambassador to Egypt, US officials say.

Egypt will complete British couple's autopsies 'next week'

30 August, 2018

John and Susan Cooper's autopsies are expected to be completed next week, Egyptian pathologists say.

Egyptians slam Sisi's new palace amid harsh austerity reforms

30 August, 2018

Egyptians have cried foul after the announcement that authorities are building a new luxurious presidential palace amid painful economic reforms that took a heavy toll on the poor and middle-class.

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