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In un articolo a firma David D. Kirkpatrick uscito il 18 febbraio 2011, il Times ha raffigurato il leader spirituale della Fratellanza, Yusuf Qaradawi, come uno "impegnato nel pluralismo e nella democrazia". Kirkpatrick ha scritto anche che "gli ...
According to reporting by David D. Kirkpatrick and Suliman Ali Zway of The New York Times, eyewitnesses have said there was no peaceful demonstration against the video outside the compound before the attack, though a crowd of Benghazi residents soon ...

According to reporting by David D. Kirkpatrick and Suliman Ali Zway of The New York Times, eyewitnesses have said there was no peaceful demonstration against the video outside the compound before the attack, though a crowd of Benghazi residents soon ...
David D. Kirkpatrick, The New York Times's former Cairo bureau chief, examined concerns about past investigations in an article in November, after a jet crashed in late October, killing 224 people, while en route to St. Petersburg, Russia, from the ...
According to reporting by David D. Kirkpatrick and Suliman Ali Zway of The New York Times, eyewitnesses have said there was no peaceful demonstration against the video outside the compound before the attack, though a crowd of Benghazi residents soon ...
CAIRO - Mohamed Hassanein Heikal, an Egyptian journalist and historian who was an alter ego to President Gamal Abdel Nasser and for a time became an informal adviser to President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi, died here on Wednesday.

CAIRO - Mohamed Hassanein Heikal, an Egyptian journalist and historian who was an alter ego to President Gamal Abdel Nasser and for a time became an informal adviser to President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, died here on Wednesday.
Donald Trump (EEUU). David D. Kirkpatrick - New York Times News Service. Compartir. 0 · 0. Tiroteos masivos por parte de milicianos islamistas. Migrantes chocando con fronteras. Competencia internacional castigando al trabajador pero enriqueciendo a ...
MISURATA, Libya - Iraqi commanders have been arriving from Syria, and the first public beheadings have started. The local radio stations no longer play music but instead extol the greatness of the Islamic State's self-proclaimed caliph, Abu Bakr ...
According to reporting by David D. Kirkpatrick and Suliman Ali Zway of The New York Times, eyewitnesses have said there was no peaceful demonstration against the video outside the compound before the attack, though a crowd of Benghazi residents soon ...
CAIRO - The Egyptian Foreign Ministry said Sunday that it had summoned the British ambassador to object to his comments on a recent court ruling to jail two journalists, escalating the government's defense of its crackdown on dissent.
CAIRO - MOHAMED SOLTAN knew he had one thing going for him when the Egyptian police came to his door: He was a United States citizen, raised primarily in Ohio.
CAIRO - Saudi Arabia has arrested the accused mastermind of a 1996 bombing that killed 19 US airmen, a Saudi-owned pan-Arab newspaper reported Wednesday, citing unnamed officials.
[Wall Street Journal] Egypt's capital is being "redefined" by an escalation in bombings targeting the city, despite having been a "bastion of stability" for decades, reports David D. Kirkpatrick. [New York Times]. Tensions between the Koreas have ...
CAIRO - Neighbors are growing more suspicious of strangers asking questions or taking pictures. Blast walls and other barriers are crowding the streets.
CAIRO - The Islamic State militants who control the Libyan city of Surt are resorting to mass beheadings, public crucifixions and other stark displays of brutality as they seek to crush an insurrection, the foreign minister of Libya's internationally ...
Information for this article was contributed by Matthew Lee, Brian Rohan, Kristen Gelineau and Merrit Kennedy of The Associated Press and by Michael R. Gordon and David D. Kirkpatrick of The New York Times. John Kerry attends a foreign ministers ...

"Egypt Rejoices," the television networks and newspapers declared, announcing "Egypt's gift to the world." businesses were closed, the streets of Cairo were empty and the airwaves were full of patriotic songs and music videos - all featuring adoring ...
CAIRO - About 200 migrants are believed to have drowned off the coast of Libya when their boat capsized, the United Nations refugee agency said Thursday.
CAIRO - "Egypt Rejoices," the television networks and newspapers declared, announcing "Egypt's gift to the world." businesses were closed, the streets of Cairo were empty, and the airwaves were full of patriotic songs and music videos - all featuring ...
CAIRO - A veteran leader of the Muslim Brotherhood was so alarmed by the rising calls for violence from the group's youth that he risked arrest to urge the movement to stay peaceful.
[New York Times' Michael R. Gordon and David D. Kirkpatrick]. Nigeria's army has rescued some 178 people from Boko Haram in the northern State of Borno, the military said yesterday.
CAIRO - Secretary of State John Kerry told Egyptian officials on Sunday that they would not be able to defeat terrorism at home unless they showed greater respect for human rights.
CAIRO - A court in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, sentenced Seif al-Islam Khadafy, a son of former dictator Moammar Khadafy, to death Tuesday in an act of retribution that had been the urgent demand of the millions of Libyans who rose up against the ...
CAIRO - Security forces killed six antigovernment demonstrators at Islamist protests near Cairo on Friday morning, highlighting continued tensions two years after the military takeover that removed President Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood.
CAIRO - King Salman of Saudi Arabia met Friday with top political leaders of the Palestinian militant group Hamas, in the most striking example yet of the new king's willingness to work with Islamist organizations long considered foes.
Jihadist attacks on Egypt are becoming "fiercer," report Kareem Fahim and David D. Kirkpatrick, commenting on the increasingly "audacious" nature of attacks by the country's rising insurgency.
CAIRO - Two years after President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi led a military takeover promising to restore order and security in Egypt, he faces a rising jihadist insurgency that has shaken the stability of this most populous Arab state, a key ally of the ...
TALK OF OUR NATION: "For Egypt, TV Show's Shocking Twist Is Its Sympathetic Jews" by David D. Kirkpatrick: "The scene is Cairo's Jewish Quarter in 1948, and Laila Haroun has news for her parents.
CAIRO - The scene is Cairo's Jewish Quarter in 1948, and Laila Haroun has news for her parents. Her brother, Moussa, has left to settle in the new State of Israel in spite of the war with Egypt and its Arab allies.
BERLIN - An Egyptian-British journalist working for the television news network Al Jazeera remained in German custody on Sunday pending a court ruling on the validity of an Egyptian arrest warrant that served as grounds for his detention at a Berlin ...
CAIRO - An Egyptian judge on Tuesday confirmed a death sentence against the deposed president Mohamed Morsi, condemning his rule as a "black night" and his Islamist movement as "satanic" and "diabolical.
TALK OF OUR NATION: "For Egypt, TV Show's Shocking Twist Is Its Sympathetic Jews" by David D. Kirkpatrick: "The scene is Cairo's Jewish Quarter in 1948, and Laila Haroun has news for her parents.
CAIRO - The scene is Cairo's Jewish Quarter in 1948, and Laila Haroun has news for her parents. Her brother, Moussa, has left to settle in the new State of Israel in spite of the war with Egypt and its Arab allies.
BERLIN - An Egyptian-British journalist working for the television news network Al Jazeera remained in German custody on Sunday pending a court ruling on the validity of an Egyptian arrest warrant that served as grounds for his detention at a Berlin ...
CAIRO - An Egyptian judge on Tuesday confirmed a death sentence against the deposed president Mohamed Morsi, condemning his rule as a "black night" and his Islamist movement as "satanic" and "diabolical.
... succeeded in attacking the local-council building in the town of Amiriyat, one of the few centres in Anbar Province still held by government troops, and a town the government had put considerable effort into defending (David D Kirkpatrick & Kareem ...
Information for this article was contributed by Maggie Michael and Frank Jordans of The Associated Press and by David D. Kirkpatrick and Merna Thomas of The New York Times. A Section on 06/11/2015. Print Headline: Bomber targets Egypt tourist site ...
... 2011 uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Information for this article was contributed by Maggie Michael and Frank Jordans of The Associated Press and by David D. Kirkpatrick and Merna Thomas of The New York Times. A Section on 06/11/2015.
[New York Times' David D. Kirkpatrick]. Iran's strategy in Iraq is discussed by former Ambassador Ryan Crocker, who served in Baghdad, in an interview with NPR's Audie Cornish.
CAIRO - An Egyptian police officer was convicted Thursday of a form of manslaughter for killing a poet and activist by shooting her at close range with birdshot.
... one of the few centres in Anbar Province still held by government troops, and a town the government had put considerable effort into defending (see David D Kirkpatrick & Kareem Fahim, "ISIS shows its strength in attacks in Iraq and Libya", New York ...
CAIRO - A coalition of Islamist militias in the Libyan city of Darnah has vowed to eliminate a local unit of the Islamic State, testing its strength and emphasizing the deep divisions among the country's Islamist forces.
Egyptian officials assured tourism officials that police forces are being increased at tourist sites after Wednesday's suicide attack on the Karnak temple in Luxor, Egypt.
CAIRO - Islamic State militants staged attacks near Baghdad and the Libyan city of Surt on Tuesday, underscoring the group's persistent strength on both fronts despite a monthslong American-led air campaign against it in Syria and Iraq.
An Obama administration report criticizes Egypt's failing record on human rights and its crackdown on activists, but notes the country's significance to U.S.
During the early days of the revolution against President Hosni Mubarak, a sense of shared purpose and community made Tahrir Square feel like the safest place in Cairo, for women and men.
Scores or perhaps hundreds of killings remain unsolved in Benghazi, Libya, since the ouster of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi nearly four years ago.
CAIRO - Egypt is moving away from democracy, stifling Freedom Of Expression, arresting thousands for political dissent and failing to hold the security forces accountable for "arbitrary or unlawful killings," the Obama administration has determined in ...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia - Until about four months ago, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, 29, was just another Saudi royal who dabbled in stocks and real estate.


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