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Egyptian Army's Armoured Vehicles are seen on a highway to North Sinai during a launch of a major as

First casualties in Egypt's anti-terror crackdown, 16 militants killed in Sinai clashes

The security operation launched on Friday involves troops from the Egyptian air force, navy and army as well as the police and border guards.

By REUTERS
11/02/2018

NYT Report: ‘Israel struck over 100 targets in Sinai with Cairo’s okay’

Israeli and Egyptian officials refused to confirm the report by the New York Times.

ISIS in Sinai: Battered, weakened but still dangerous

The members of the Sinai Province of the Islamic State are fueled by a never-ending sense of divine mission.

15/01/2018
Damaged vehicles are seen after a bomb exploded at Al Rawdah mosque in Bir Al-Abed, Egypt November 2

Despite ISIS threat, Egypt to invest in Sinai construction

Sisi ordered armed forces to end the insurgency within three months after an attack on a mosque in North Sinai last month killed more than 300 people.

By REUTERS
24/12/2017
Iron Dome

IDF says malfunction possible cause of 5 false rocket alarms overnight

Army says monitoring system detected rockets being launched but later admits sirens were false alarms.

Egyptian president orders: Use all brute force necessary to defeat ISIS

Sisi gives generals three months to cleanse the Sinai Peninsula of jihadist terrorists.

Israeli minister discusses ‘solidarity in fighting terrorism’ in Cairo

“We need to act together to eradicate terrorism everywhere and anywhere.”

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (C) stands with chiefs of staff and defense ministers of a Sa

Bin Salman hosts Arab defense summit, aims to galvanize military coalition

In the wake of the weekend's bloodbath in Egypt's Sinai, Saudi crown Prince says terror tarnishes Islam's reputation.

By REUTERS
26/11/2017
The Rawda mosque in Sinai after a gun and bombing attack which killed at least 305 worshippers

Egypt's 9/11: Sinai attack is latest chapter in ISIS's war vs. humanity

ISIS's motives for the attack are both strategic and ideological.

By ADAM HOFFMAN
26/11/2017
Relatives of victims of the explosion at Al-Rawda mosque, sit outside Suez Canal University hospital

Egyptians express outrage after attacks kill more than 300

"This attack doesn't relate to any religion," one person wrote on Facebook. "It belongs to hatred, dehumanization, evil and disgrace."

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