Arab Israeli Conflict
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Netanyahu was recalling the siege of the Cairo Embassy where six security officers were holed up behind a metal door in a safe room in the building, while a mob rampaged through the premises.
The Gaza based Islamist group did not specify the circumstances of the accident but vowed to continue building tunnels and carry out operations against Israel.
37 Islamists sentenced to death, while hundreds more handed life sentences, accused of preaching Jewish Talmud by court.
Fahmy says Egypt to look for "multiple options" after US military cuts; cautions it will take up to 5 years to have mature democracy.
Show by "Egyptian Jon Stewart" had "caused discontent on the street and violated editorial policy," CBC anchor says.
Russian intelligence head visits Cairo; security forces fire tear gas at pro-Morsi student protest.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON AND REUTERS
Thousands of supporters of ousted president Morsi take to streets; protests often held after Friday prayers.
Ousted Islamist president set to go on trial on November 4 for inciting murder; trial could further inflame tensions.
Unrest suggests Morsi supporters may have shifted tactics, focusing on sensitive sites rather than huge street protests.
Clashes leave 4 injured in Nile Delta, 1 in city south of Cairo; policeman killed in El-Arish in north Sinai.
Nabil Fahmy says prolonged instability will "reflect negatively on region"; US wrong to assume Egypt will always follow US line.
Deposed leader's family says he won't negotiate with authorities; he is due to face trial on Nov. 4 on charges of inciting violence.
White House denies reports of cutting funds, and says the aid and relationship between the two countries will continue.
By REUTERS, JPOST.COM STAFF
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