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.
Presidential spokesman warns against anti-army protests on anniversary of 1973 attack on Israel during Yom Kippur War.
Move will continue to distance ties between the two countries after Morsi attempted to improve them.
At least 29 wounded at 3 campuses across country; state-owned paper reports unidentified gunmen shot at pro-Morsi protesters.
Move follows court's decision to ban the Brotherhood in latest moved aimed at crushing the Islamist movement.
Court orders seizure of the Brotherhoods's funds.
Cairo court due to rule Monday on whether Morsi's Brotherhood should be dissolved; verdict could trigger more protests, violence.
Hamas officials dub the announcement a "conspiracy"; Egypt says without Abbas forces, Rafah border crossing will remain closed.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Police officer killed in shootout, fifteen arrested as police try to reassert authority in Cairo outskirts.
PA officials say Cairo agreed to open crossing following request made by Abbas to address humanitarian needs in the Strip.
Egyptian army forces continue to crack down on Brotherhood.
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