“Five employees were injured, but only lightly,” the source said, adding that four of them were discharged from hospital on Monday morning.
Month: April 2012
There were signs earlier this month that the FJP had agreed to support the loan, vital for a country deserted by foreign investors and tourists since a popular uprising last year.
Under the deal singed in 2005, Egypt exports 7 billion cubic meters of natural gas to Israel, nearly 40 percent of Israel’s gas needs.
Many children returned to school after more than 20 years of clashes between Islamist militias and armed groups and government forces in Somalia.
According to the newspaper, the child had asked his father to buy him a PlayStation and the shooting took place after the man returned home without the desired object.
The witnesses and several newspapers said a mob of several hundred shouting insults at southerners torched the church.
Cairo breaks agreement that is part of the peace treaty between the countries, damaging Israeli firms, says Channel 2.
Border Police manning the Tapuach Junction in Samaria captured two terrorists armed with pipe bombs, a makeshift firearm, knives, and ammo
The Hamas politburo’s number two reaffirmed the terror movement has no intention of honoring peace agreements struck with Israel
The government has quietly sanctioned the powers for sharia judges to rule on cases ranging from divorce and financial disputes to those involving domestic violence.