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THE Egyptian army announced the offensive with a gauzy video, clips of saluting soldiers and gleaming fighter jets set to martial music. It appears to be the largest operation in North Sinai in years. Hospitals were told to stockpile medicines and cancel annual leave for doctors. Schools are closed indefinitely.
Military trial of hundreds resumes in president assassination attempts case 4 militants killed on 11th day of extensive operation in Sinai Op-ed review: Writers review press, media situation in Egypt
Friends and benefitsNORMALLY composed, Binyamin Netanyahu looked rattled. Addressing the nation on February 13th, he began by recounting his 50 years of service, from the days in which he led commandos in battle as a young special-forces officer, through his service as Israel’s swashbuckling ambassador to the UN and his
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IT LASTED only six hours, but the battle in the sky above Syria and Israel in the early hours of February 10th came close to turning a bloody civil war into a regional one. The danger of Syria’s almost seven-year-old conflict escalating has been mounting in recent months, not least
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AT THE edge of Khayelitsha, a township in Cape Town, Ntombi Mlityalwa is filling a huge old paint tin from a standpipe, with which she intends to do laundry. As water gushes, she says that it is not always so easy. The tap she is using serves an entire street
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JACOB ZUMA was defiant until the end. For years he had ignored the clamour of South Africans fed up with near-constant scandals and court rulings against him. In his final days as president, Mr Zuma even scorned the appeals of members of his party, the African National Congress (ANC), as
Remembering the life and legacy of Rev. Billy Graham Touch of Klaasen as South Africa beat India by six wickets India vs South Africa, 2nd T20I: Heinrich Klaasen, JP Duminy come good as the Proteas level series at 1-1

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