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Egypt: 20 killed and hundreds injured army clampdown on protests
6th Jul 2013

Egypt: 20 killed and hundreds injured army clampdown on protests

CAIRO, (Xinhua): At least 24 people were killed and hundreds of others injured late Friday in clashes across Egypt amid the country’s political and social turmoil after President Mohamed Morsi was ousted by the military on Wednesday. In Cairo, a witness … Continued

6th Jul 2013

Egypt: Three dead in fighting between Mursi supporters and Egyptian army

Rallies organized by Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood on Friday were met with gunfire by security forces, killing at least three protesters and wounding many more, an AFP correspondent said. The bodies of two people were covered with sheets near Cairo’s Raba … Continued

5th Jul 2013

Egypt: One soldier killed, 3 injured in armed attacks in Egypt’s Sinai

NORTH SINAI, (Xinhua): At least one soldier was killed and three others injured in an armed attack by Islamist extremist groups in North Sinai, a security source in Sinai told Xinhua. An exchange of fire between the extremists and the … Continued

Egypt army detains Mursi, Muslim Brotherhood supreme leader
5th Jul 2013

Egypt army detains Mursi, Muslim Brotherhood supreme leader

[Photo: Supreme Leader of Muslim Brotherhood Mohammed Badie arrested by the military in a coup]   Egypt’s army overthrew and detained Mohammed Mursi and Muslim Brotherhood supreme guide Mohammed Badie in an abrupt end to the Islamist’s first year in … Continued

4th Jul 2013

Egypt: Some world leaders voice concern, optimism, no condemnation over Eyptian militarycoup

Egypt’s military intervention against President Mohammed Morsi has prompted mixed reactions around the world. One relatively unanimous message was a call to all sides in Egypt to remain calm and refrain from violence. The European Union said that it hoped … Continued

4th Jul 2013

Egypt: Egyptian army announces roadmap for post-Mursi transition

The Egyptian army presented a roadmap for change on Wednesday evening, announcing the suspension of the constitution and the creation of a technocrat interim government to replace President Mohammed Mursi. “The armed forces have listened to the message and realized … Continued

Egypt: Egyptian army overthrows elected President Morsi
3rd Jul 2013

Egypt: Egyptian army overthrows elected President Morsi

The Egyptian army has said that President Mohammed Morsi is to be replaced and that the constitution has been suspended. Fresh troops have been deployed around Cairo, with anti-Morsi protesters jubilant. Egyptian Armed Forces Commander in Chief Abdel-Fattah al-Sissi announced … Continued

3rd Jul 2013

Egypt: Morsi defends his position as military deadline approaches

Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has said in a televised address that he has no intention of stepping down. The military set a Wednesday deadline for a political compromise and public clashes are continuing. Mohammed Morsi delivered a late night speech … Continued

3rd Jul 2013

Nigeria: Israel targets “Hezbollah cells” in Nigeria

(Al-Akhbar): In mid-May, Mustafa Fawwaz, a 49-year-old Lebanese living in northern Nigeria, was headed to the Amigo Mall, a property he co-owns with his brother Fawzi. Hours later, police stormed his supermarket and placed him under arrest. A few days … Continued

2nd Jul 2013

Uganda: Death toll in central Ugandan fuel tanker accident rises to 35

KAMPALA, (Xinhua): The death toll in the weekend fuel tanker accident in central Ugandan has risen to 35, a top government official said here on Monday. Rose Namayanja, minister of information and national guidance, told reporters that the death toll … Continued

2nd Jul 2013

Egypt: Millions take to the streets: Leave, Mursi

By Muhammad al-Khouli Egypt is living January 2011 all over again. But this time, Mohamed Mursi and the Muslim Brotherhood have replaced Hosni Mubarak and the once-ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) as the antagonists. While there were pro-Mursi protests on … Continued

1st Jul 2013

Egypt: Protests raging across Egypt governorates

Al-Masry Al-Youm: Protests are raging right across Egypt with protesters calling on President Mohamed Morsy to step down after one year in power. In Alexandria, hundreds of protesters flocked to al-Qaed Ibrahim Square, interrupting the flow of traffic at the … Continued

30th Jun 2013

Ethiopia: AU calls for eradicating hunger in Africa by 2025

ADDIS ABABA, (Xinhua): The African Union (AU) on Saturday called on all stakeholders to have the will and determination for ending hunger on the African continent. The remarks were made at the opening of a multi-stakeholder meeting on Saturday at … Continued

30th Jun 2013

South Africa: Obama-Zuma talks: Issues between SA, US laid bare

By Mmanaledi Mataboge  Mail & Guardian: Talks between Jacob Zuma and Barack Obama have exposed differences between SA and the US,  but have also shown the efforts made to strengthen ties. At a joint press conference on Saturday, President Zuma told … Continued

29th Jun 2013

Ghana: Four killed, 18 injured in road crash

ACCRA, (Xinhua): Four people died and 18 others were injured in a grisly accident on the Accra-Kumasi highway, Ghanaian police reported on Friday. The accident involving a 33-seater Benz passenger bus occurred on the Nkawkaw stretch of the highway Friday … Continued

29th Jun 2013

Egypt: 4 killed, including US citizen in escalating violence

[An Egyptian protester runs past a burning site near the headquarters of Muslim Brotherhood in Alexandria, Egypt, June 283. (Xinhua/STR)] CAIRO, (Xinhua): At least four people were killed and more than 160 injured Friday in clashes between the supporters and … Continued

29th Jun 2013

South Africa: Obama protesters rally near Mandela hospital

Obama, on a three-nation tour of Africa, was due to arrive in South Africa on Friday with White House officials saying they will defer to Mandela’s family on whether the first African-American president of the United States will visit South … Continued

28th Jun 2013

Algerian army kill 7 militants on Libyan border

ALGIERS, (Xinhua): The Algerian army forces killed seven militants on the border with Libya while still besieging others, local media reported Thursday. Citing a security source, El Khabar newspaper said the army forces tracked down an armed group overnight Wednesday … Continued

27th Jun 2013

Egypt: Two killed, over 230 injured in clashes in Delta city

CAIRO, (Xinhua): Two people were killed and over 230 others injured in clashes between supporters and opponents of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi in Egypt’s Delta city of Mansoura, state-run Ahram online reported Wednesday. Clashes erupted in the vicinity of the … Continued

27th Jun 2013

Libya: Clashes erupt in Libya’s Tripoli, blast kills officer in Benghazi

TRIPOLI, (Xinhua): Clashes erupted in the Libyan capital of Tripoli on Wednesday between two armed groups, as deadly violent acts hit the eastern city of Benghazi. Fighting broke out after a bunch of militants from the western city of Zintan, … Continued

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