The standoff suggests that Egypt's powerful security forces may have overstepped their limits by clashing with one of the country's most respected professions.
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Meanwhile, U.S. defense secretary says he expects Saudi Arabia and UAE to provide forces to help Syrian opposition fighters against ISIS.
As long as fighters are willing to remain there, the besieged city will not fall. But life there will become hell.
Truce won't apply to ISIS, Nusrah Front, U.S. Secretary of State Kerry says; Diplomatic source says deal didn't include immediate end of Russian bombings.
Head of World Health Organization's Gaza office prevented from leaving Strip, UN official says, after militants announce international organizations need Hamas-exit permit to go into Israel.
U.S.-led ground operations against ISIS could turn into 'permanent war,' Russian PM Medvedev says, as Assad forces backed by Russian airstrikes continue to advance in Aleppo.
Despite the landmark nuclear deal, some Iranians made a point of taunting the U.S.
The shooter, who opened fire at an education department building, has been taken into custody.
Security forces were busy preventing protests and violence on the day Giulio Regeni went missing, which coincided with the fifth anniversary of the Egyptian uprising.
Erdogan says Iran-backed forces in Syria carrying out 'merciless massacres' and that Turkey would take action should crisis continue.
A training video meant to show ISIS supporters in Europe how to build different types of explosives, smuggled out of Raqqa by an ISIS defector and obtained by Sky News, has been described as an intelligence 'gold mine.'