EGYPT: Testimony of tip ubiquitous deferred in Mubarak trial

September 12, 2011

The testimony of Egypt’s tip ubiquitous in a hearing of former President Hosni Mubarak was deferred Sunday after a troops personality pronounced he was too bustling with inhabitant confidence matters, including repercussions from a host attack on a Israeli embassy over a weekend. The most anticipated testimony of Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, a personality of a country’s statute troops legislature and […]

To some in Libya, ‘Brother Leader’ Gaddafi still a hero

March 26, 2011

TRIPOLI — To all external appearances, this is a city deeply smitten of Libyan personality Moammar Gaddafi. His mural hangs from lampposts, adorns selling centers and sprouts from a radiant new bureau blocks rising from a seafront. Sayings from his Green Book, compulsory reading for all schoolchildren, are posted in supervision buildings, including open restrooms. […]