Egypt's Nour Party, the only Islamist group to escape a crackdown on dissent after the Muslim Brotherhood's overthrow two years ago, is now blaming state tactics for its dismal performance in parliamentary elections.
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U.S. officials fear Putin is hoping more aggressive action against ISIL in Syria will forestall an extension of economic sanctions over Crimea.
Turkish military official says fighter jets destroyed plane after it violated country’s airspace, which Russia denies
Heading off the homegrown threat requires in part a vibrant economy able to create worthwhile jobs, Simon Nixon writes.
Egypt’s supply police launch a campaign to reduce the prices of some goods, with the government calling it a war on high prices.
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House of Representatives approves legislation making entry even more difficult for refugees, but Obama has said he will veto and Senate is unlikely to vote on it
The hotel is one of the most secure in Bamako and is frequented by diplomats and internationals
Western leaders divided on the question
Veteran German diplomat Martin Kobler will take over from Bernardino Leon of Spain as the top United Nations envoy to Libya on Tuesday, the U.N. press office said.
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As the United States and its allies search for the most effective responses to the latest ISIS atrocity, four Washington Institute experts weigh in on key questions concerning refugee policy, increased Turkish participation in the war, the Islamic State's tactical shift toward international terrorism, and Russia's poor fit as an ally against the group.
Bet on it: Hollande’s counterattack against the terrorists is going to hurt them.
For first time, Pentagon hails Russian warplanes’ strikes against Islamic State France and Russia pledge soldarity to fight the Islamic State Moscow urges U.N. Security Council to establish international coalition
US cannot lead fight against terrorist plan to divide Europe, says former MI6 chief John Sawers
Yes, it’s an island. But it’s also better at inter-service teamwork
Federal security service says plane crash was result of terrorist attack after traces of explosives found in debris
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