On Wednesday, an Egyptian court ordered Hosni Mubarak, the ousted Egyptian dictator, to be freed from prison, where he has been awaiting trial on a slew of charges related to abuses during his time in office.
The people will soon see the ?true colours? of SCAF ? or will they? It depends where they get their information from.
What are the particular circumstances in modern Egyptian history that have imparted such weight to sectarian appeals and permitted the emergence of two solitudes?
The European Union called for a “thorough and immediate” investigation into an alleged chemical attack in Syria after rebels said hundreds of people were killed on Wednesday (21 August) in a gas attack and shelling by President Bashar al-Assad‘s forces.
A Damascus opposition monitoring group said 494 people have been killed in the attack, citing data from medical centers in the Syrian capital.
The U.N. Security Council said it was necessary to clarify an alleged chemical weapons attack in Damascus suburbs but stopped short of demanding a probe by U.N. investigators currently in Syria
U.S. defense chief Chuck Hagel spoke with his Israeli counterpart Moshe Yaalon about Egypt, Iran and the ongoing violence in Syria, including claims of a chemical weapons attack
A senior opposition deputy has asked why several portraits were erased from the official website of the Turkish Prime Ministry
The White House statement against Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan?s Aug. 20 remarks about Israel being behind the military coup
The head of the National Intelligence Organization (MİT) met with Egypt?s toppled President Mohamed Morsi around 10 days before the military takeover
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu displayed little doubt on the authenticity of the footages showing a chemical attack executed by regime forces near Damascus
‘The United States has played Israel?s advocate,’ AKP’s Deputy Head Salih Kapusuz said via Twitter slamming a ‘complicity psychology’
The National Security Council (MGK) condemned Egypt for the crackdown on supporters of Mohamed Morsi while calling the U.N. Security Council to ‘immediately act’ over reports of a chemical weapons attack by Syrian regime forces
The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has accelerated its long-held plans to open offices abroad
The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has ordered all municipalities that it controls to cancel all events due to the ongoing unrest in Egypt, according to daily Hürriyet.