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Syria/Egypt News - Aug 18


By bartolo - Posted on 17 August 2013

 

 

Security forces clear Cairo mosque after gun battle with anti-government protesters - The Washington Post


Egypt PM suggests dissolution of Brotherhood - Al Jazeera English


Top Brotherhood leader's son shot dead in Egypt - deccanherald.com


General Al-Sisi: The Man Who Now Runs Egypt - Newsweek and The Daily Beast


Egyptian generals face legal action by the Muslim Brotherhood and the Shura Council - World Bulletin

 

Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri's younger brother arrested in Egypt, sources say - World News

 

Crackdown in Egypt: reports that several foreign correspondents have been harassed, beaten and detained by vigilantes and the security forces - NYTimes.com

 

Threatened, harassed, killed by both sides: journalists in Egypt- DW.DE

 

VIDEO: 50 Unidentified Armed Civilians Surround ABC News Team Crying "They Are Spies" - ABC News

 

Catholic spokesman defends Egyptian army crackdown against protesters - Catholic Sentinel

 

Brotherhood spokesperson denies justifying church attacks - Egypt Independent

 

Tamarod movement calls on Egyptian government to cancel Camp David peace treaty, stop accepting US aid - JPost

 

VIDEO: Egyptian security forces clear Cairo mosque - FRANCE 24

 

VIDEO: More on the Cairo mosque cleared by security forces - BBC News

 

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U.S. allies were near a deal for peaceful end to Egypt crisis, But the military-backed government rejected it and ordered to break up the protests - The Washington Post


Pressure by U.S. Failed to Sway Egypt’s Leaders - NYTimes.com


EU calls emergency summit over Egypt crisis as European leaders consider sanctions - Telegraph

 

Ties With Egypt Army Constrain Washington - NYTimes.com

 

U.S. military needs Egypt for access to critical area - usatoday

 

Freezing U.S. aid to Egypt would not be easy or cost-free - Reuters

 

Syria rebels move HQ from Egypt to Turkey - hurriyetdailynews.com

 

Illegal weapons shipment heading from Libya to Egypt “seized” - Libya Herald

 

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Rebel Gunmen kill 11 near Syrian Christian villages - KansasCity.com


17 dead as Qaeda attacks Syria Kurd town: watchdog - Fox News


PYD prepares draft for autonomy in Syria Kurdish regions - Kurdpress News Aganecy


800 Islamic-Jihadists linked to al Qaeda died in July in clashes with Syrian Kurds: YPG - ekurd

 

Two Turkish intelligence (MIT) agents killed in Syria, Kurdish Jabhat al-Akrad said - ekurd

 

In Raqqa, Islamist Rebels Form a New Regime - Syria News

 

As Islamist rebels rise in Syria, liberal activists take a step back - The Washington Post

 

U.S. has yet to deliver arms to Syria rebels - latimes.com

 

Iraq premier warns of weapons smuggled from Syria - Chicago Sun-Times

 

Lebanon arrests 3 suspects in Turks' kidnapping - The Times of Israel

 

VIDEO: Victims of the Syria airstrike on Aleppo building - YouTube

 

VIDEO: Panic in the immediate aftermath of the Syria airstrike on Aleppo building - YouTube

 

VIDEO: Rebels Kidnap a Belarusian and a Moldovan Woman - Friends of Syria

 

 

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