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Mohamed Morsi

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  • Turkish Soaps Slip by Middle East Censors

    In the West, attitudes toward sexual themes on TV are relaxed, but in the conservative Middle East, such themes are taboo -- except when they come disguised as a Turkish soap opera. Earlier this month, Pakistan's media regulator banned a TV condom ad...
  • Russian investigators say they found drugs on Greenpeace ship

    Russian investigators say they found drugs on Greenpeace ship
    MOSCOW -- Russian investigators said Wednesday that they found drugs and equipment that could be used for spying on board a Greenpeace ship used in a foiled protest against offshore oil and gas drilling in the Arctic. Additional charges are expected...
  • Ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to stand trial next month

    Ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to stand trial next month
    CAIRO -- Deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi will be put on trial next month, the state news agency reported Wednesday. Morsi, who has been detained since the military forced him from office on July 3, will face charges of inciting the killing of...
  • Italy arrests Tunisian in migrant ship tragedy, plans state funeral

    Italy arrests Tunisian in migrant ship tragedy, plans state funeral
    Italian authorities have arrested a 35-year-old Tunisian with a reported history of human smuggling in last week's deadly sinking of a boat packed with some 500 Africans migrants trying to reach Europe, according to media reports. Khaled Ben Salem was...
  • Inspectors in Syria may need cease-fires to reach chemical weapons

    Inspectors in Syria may need cease-fires to reach chemical weapons
    BEIRUT — Inspectors working under a tight deadline to destroy Syria’s extensive chemical arsenal are off to an encouraging start but may need limited cease-fires to complete their task in the midst of a raging civil war, the head of the...
  • U.S. to partially suspend military aid to Egypt

    WASHINGTON -- Three months after President Obama ordered a review of U.S. aid to Egypt following a military coup there, the White House appears to have settled on a middle ground: maintaining key assistance for security and counter-terrorism efforts while...
  • Passenger lands plane in Britain after pilot collapses

    A passenger landed a plane at Humberside Airport in Britain after the pilot collapsed at the controls, according to news reports. The two were the only people on board the four-seater Cessna 172 when the pilot became ill Tuesday evening as they headed...
  • Pakistan's Pervez Musharraf granted bail, house arrest may end

    Pakistan's Pervez Musharraf granted bail, house arrest may end
    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- Former Pakistani president and army chief Pervez Musharraf was granted bail Wednesday in a case involving the slaying of a separatist leader, paving the way for an end to his house arrest and possible departure from the country,...
  • U.S. to partially cut aid to Egypt

    WASHINGTON — Three months after President Obama ordered a high-level review of U.S. aid to Egypt following a military takeover there, the White House settled on a middle ground Wednesday: maintaining key assistance for security and counter-terrorism...
  • Egypt takes aim at protests, bans unapproved gatherings

    CAIRO — Egypt's interim president on Sunday banned public gatherings of more than 10 people without prior government approval, imposing hefty fines and prison terms for violators in a bid to stifle the near-constant protests roiling the country....
  • Cutting aid to Egypt's generals

    Cutting aid to Egypt's generals
    The Obama administration, which has been halting and conflicted in responding to last summer's military coup in Egypt, has now decided to withhold hundreds of millions of dollars in aid from that country until there is "credible progress" toward an...
  • Two Canadians jailed in Egypt are on their way home

    CAIRO -- Two Canadian nationals who endured a seven-week prison ordeal in Egypt were on their way home on Friday, media in their home country reported. Filmmaker John Greyson and physician Tarek Loubani were released from jail last weekend but were...