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Los Angeles TimesLONDON - As the investigation into the London bombings fanned out to Pakistan, Egypt, Jamaica and the United States, Prime Minister Tony Blair vowed yesterday to confront the "evil ideology" of Islamic fanaticism that has inflicted despair on every...
Tags: Pakistan, Lawyers, United Kingdom, Tony Blair, Police Arrests
From Wire ReportsWASHINGTON -- Osama bin Laden was shown on television yesterday afternoon declaring that "America is full of fear" and would never be safe and secure until Palestinians feel safe and secure. "America was hit by God in one of its softest spots. America is...
Associated PressCAIRO, Egypt - Rulers across the Middle East have just witnessed how quickly Iraqis went from pledging "our blood, our souls" for Saddam Hussein to toppling his statues and spitting on his portraits. It has been an earthquake, in which some are drawing...
Associated PressAMMAN, Jordan - Royal Jordanian, the only commercial airline with regularly scheduled flights to Baghdad, said yesterday it was canceling the service in anticipation of a U.S.-led war on Iraq. But as more airlines canceled flights to the region, others...
Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM - Hamas and other Palestinian militant groups refused yesterday to declare a cease-fire in their attacks against Israel, and Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon responded by vowing to "chase and reach every initiator of terror" until Palestinian...
Tags: Mahmoud Abbas, Peter Hermann, Diplomacy, Government, Gaza Strip
Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM -- Three leading Palestinian factions formally announced an immediate suspension of attacks against Israelis yesterday, and convoys of Israeli armored vehicles began rumbling out of Palestinian areas in the Gaza Strip. The cease-fire includes...
SunSpot StaffWMAR: Sun correspondent Peter Hermann in Cairo joins us now by phone with more of the Arab reaction to the war with Iraq. Peter, we've seen some video of a lot of the protests in that region. Give us your first-hand account. Peter Hermann: Well, the...
Tags: Peter Hermann, Saddam Hussein, Television, Egypt, Iraq
From Wire ReportsBRUSSELS, Belgium - NATO allies agreed yesterday to provide the United States with all the assistance requested as it prepared a military response to the attacks on New York and Washington. The 18 other allies agreed to U.S. requests for unlimited use of...
Tags: Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Muscat (Oman), Government, Heads of State
From Wire ReportsBEIRUT, Lebanon -- Arab governments voiced collective support yesterday for new weapons inspections inside Iraq, although they want Arab experts added to the inspection teams and warned that the latest United Nations resolution should not be considered...
Associated PressCAIRO, Egypt - Osama bin Laden has cash, men and the kind of personality around which cults are built. But it's a surgeon from Cairo who is thought to have the experience and ideological commitment to keep the world's most feared terror group operating....
Tags: Pakistan, Armed Conflicts, Afghanistan, Punishment, Saudi Arabia
ReutersCAIRO/ISMAILIA (Reuters) - Seven Egyptian security men kidnapped by Islamist militants in Sinai last week were freed on Wednesday and President Mohamed Mursi vowed to pursue a crackdown on lawlessness in the desert peninsula. The abduction underlined the...
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