Friday, July 05, 2013


Clashes break out as thousands of Morsi supporters march on Tahrir Square Fired up by Islamist leader who vows to restore the ousted president, protesters fire and hurl rocks at opponents, hours after troops kill 10 of their comrades.

Egypt unrest: Morsi marchers die as army fires Egyptian troops have opened fire on protesters marching in support of ousted President Mohammed Morsi, killing three and wounding dozens.

Erdogan Slams Egypt Coup Turkey's prime minister condemns the military intervention that toppled Morsi as an enemy of democracy.

Britain wants EU ministers to break Hezbollah deadlock Britain has asked European Union foreign ministers to discuss putting Hezbollah's armed wing on the EU terror list amid signs that opposition to the move is weakening, diplomats said on Friday.

Egypt shows power only comes from force, Somali militants say Events in Egypt, where an elected Islamist president was ousted by the army, showed that power only comes from force, not democracy, Somali militant group al Shabaab said on Thursday.

Fatah calls on Palestinians to overthrow Hamas in wake of Morsi's fall Fatah expresses hope that the ouster of Morsi will aid efforts to end divisions among the Palestinians.

Beyond natural gas: Does Israel have oil in its future? CEO of Shemen Oil and Gas Exploration hopes drilling off Ashdod will lead to find natural gas if oil drilling results unsuccessful.

Vatican to make John Paul II a saint Pope Francis cleared the way for his canonisation, expected later this year, after a second miracle was attributed to the late pontiff's intervention.

China and Russia conduct joint naval drill China and Russia are beginning joint naval drills which Beijing has described as the country's largest with a foreign partner.

'Muslim Brotherhood claims interim Egyptian president is Jewish' The Muslim Brotherhood claimed in a post on its official website that Egypt's new interim president Adli Mansour is Jewish, The Washington Post reported on Friday.