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Egyptians demand 'Sisi get out' in rare anti-government protests
Calls for President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to step down over corruption allegations moved from social media to the street on ...
New York Times
Protests in Cairo Denounce Egypt’s President
Rare protests in Egypt call for el-Sissi to step down
Small but rare protest in Cairo after online call for dissent
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Iran's warnings to Saudi Arabia are 'ridiculous,' Saudi's Al-Jubeir says
Iran's recent warnings to Saudi Arabia are "ridiculous" and "laughable" Saudi minister of state for foreign affairs Adel ...
Iran will destroy 'any aggressor,' military official warns
A senior military official warned Saturday Iran would destroy any aggressor as tensions escalate with the United States ...
Iranian Revolutionary Guard leader defiant, promises 'full destruction of any aggressor'
Iran will pursue any aggressor, even it carries out a limited attack, and seek to destroy it, the head of the elite ...
Saudi Arabia vows to respond to oil attacks with 'necessary measures'
Saudi Arabia says it will respond with "necessary measures" to attacks on two oil facilities as it reiterated the accusation ...
U.S. sanctions Iran's central bank, fund after Saudi oil attack
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Friday imposed another round of sanctions on Tehran, including on Iran’s central ...
Iran warns it will 'destroy aggressors' after US troop announcement
Iran is ready to destroy any country that launches an attack on its territory, a senior military official says. The commander ...
Turkey is prepared for possible Syria border operation, Erdogan says
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey is ready to act on its southern border with Syria, President Tayyip Erdogan said, after warning ...
Pentagon to boost air defenses in Saudi Arabia
The Pentagon is boosting air defenses in Saudi Arabia after drones and missiles, allegedly from Iran, targeted the world's ...
Los Angeles Times
Trump Focuses on Defending Saudis, Not Striking Iran, for Now
The administration is not ruling out military strikes. But for now, President Trump is content to remain within the ...
New York Times