Egyptian Student Becomes Anti-Corruption Icon

Schoolgirl Mariam Malak has become a symbol of the fight against corruption in Egypt after scoring zero in her final exams. The nineteen-year-old top student, who aced her exams in previous years, says her answers were replaced with someone else's-clearly not in her handwriting.





12 Treasures of Antiquity Destroyed in the Middle East Since 2001

The results of the drive to cleanse the world of pre-Islamic history






U.S. Beefing Up Protection for Sinai Peacekeepers

The U.S. is sending dozens of additional troops and support equipment to improve protection for U.S. peacekeepers in the northern Sinai Peninsula in the aftermath of a roadside bomb attack last week that wounded four U.S. soldiers, defense officials said Wednesday.




Is Al Qaeda Winning in Saudi-Iran Proxy War in Yemen?

Concerns arise after Islamist extremists fought alongside Saudi-led coalition and its allies









Egypt’s Battle Against Facebook Continues

The Egyptian Administrative Court rejected a lawsuit Aug. 25 that called to block the social networking website Facebook in Egypt, but an appeal could be in the works.








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