President Sissi says the 3-months state of emergency will be declared 'after legal and constitutional steps are taken'
'Let the crusaders and apostates know that they will pay a huge bill with their son's blood,' says online statement
Egypt media says blast in Alexandria church was suicide bombing ■ Another explosion targets church in Tanta ■ President al-Sissi deploys troops for protection: 'Attack will harden determination to realize security, stability'
Alliance of pro-Assad forces, including Hezbollah, says will not be deterred from 'liberating' Syria ■ Putin and Rohani: U.S. aggression in Syria not permissible
The 'Live for Now Moments' Pepsi ad became an immediate lightning rod for criticism as viewers mocked its tone deaf messaging and slammed American millennial's lack of genuine civic activism.
'How do you feel about his proposed ban on Syrian refugees from entering the U.S.? Do you see any disconnect there at all?'
'If you're facing possible collusion with Putin, you might just want to distract people,' says Ted Lieu, a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Blast occurs in Egypt's Nile Delta city of Tanta as Coptic Christians mark Palm Sunday
WATCH After Syria Chemical Attack, Israeli-Arab Journalist Asks Arab Leaders: Where Are You, Traitors?
'Where is the Arab leadership? Where are you, traitors? Have you forgotten your own people?'
According to a local woman who discovered the toppled and broken headstones when visiting her father's grave, some 30 were damaged