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Nelson Mandela’s death Thursday at age 95 has stirred international sorrow, with many commentators describing him as the world’s last great noble man. What accounts for the nearly universal outpouring of grief and adoration?
A popular American teacher was gunned down in Benghazi on Thursday while jogging, raising fears that foreigners are among those being targeted in the surge of assassinations in that restive city.
Egypt’s Constituent Assembly on Sunday approved a new constitution that calls for more rights and freedoms even as the reality of an increasingly police-like state played out in the streets.
Jeff Fager, the executive producer of the venerated news program “60 Minutes,” announced Tuesday that he had asked reporter Lara Logan and producer Max McClellan to take a leave of absence after numerous questions surfaced about the ...
Egypt on Sunday enacted tough new restrictions on public demonstrations that free-speech advocates said will suppress protests against the current military-imposed government.
At least 11 Egyptian soldiers were killed and 37 wounded in the restive Sinai on Wednesday when an attacker detonated a car bomb as a bus filled with troops passed by.
Protesters returned to Egypt’s iconic Tahrir Square on Tuesday for the first time since the military overthrew Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi in July, this time to mark the two-year anniversary of one of the deadliest clashes between s...
Nearly three months after nearby residents looted and burned the Archangel Michael Church, Rida Gaballah, 49, one of the six people who tried to stave off thousands of attackers, stood among the ruins.
A two-day visit by a high-level Russian delegation that ended Thursday was an effort, Egyptian officials said, to expand their country’s international relations. But lurking behind the visit was another country: the United States.
Questions about ‘60 Minutes’ Benghazi story go beyond Dylan Davies interview; CBS conducting ‘journalistic review’Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 11:36 AM
When “60 Minutes” apologized for featuring in its report on Benghazi a security contractor whose story turned out to be a lie, it said it had been “misled.” But a close examination of the controversial piece by McClatchy ...