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  • Egypt PM blames saboteurs for rising power cuts

    CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's premier on Saturday partially blamed the country's worsening energy shortage -- with rolling blackouts of up to six hours in some Cairo neighborhoods -- on saboteurs seeking to undermine the government, a veiled reference to Islamist opponents. In recent weeks, rolling...

  • 3 killed in Egypt as Islamists protest

    CAIRO (AP) — At least three people were killed in the Egyptian capital Friday as dozens of supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi held scattered protests for a second straight day, a year after the mass killing of protesters at two Cairo sit-ins. Clashes erupted at one protest...

  • Hamas uses ceasefires to prepare more deadly attacks on innocent Israelis: Examiner Editorial

    Israel and Hamas agreed Friday morning to a 72-hour cease-fire, during which all sides were to make provisions for negotiations and a longer truce. Or so it seemed.

  • Seriously, what is John Kerry doing?

    Let's concede for a moment that most of us don't believe the United States should be taking sides in conflicts abroad. Even so, most Americans would probably agree that at a minimum, our diplomatic efforts should not cause unnecessary harm.



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