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US Embassy plot reveals Israel's growing Al Qaeda problem




Unidentified gunmen killed five policemen and injured two others in an shooting at a checkpoint near Beni Suef; an officer who was absent at the time was suspended pending an investigation. President Mansour said Egypt's police state has ended. At least one person was killed during clashes between opponents and supporters of former president Mohammed Morsi in Alexandria.




The army spokesman announced the destruction of nine additional smuggling tunnels in Rafah as well as the arrest of seven terrorists. A military source said security forces were searching for four top terrorists in the Sinai, including Shadi el Menai of Ansar Jerusalem. Authorities filed espionage charges against a popular academic.




Israel will be hard-pressed to respond to Sinai rocket attack




Sinai-based Ansar Jerusalem claims latest rocket attack on Eilat




The army spokesman said security forces arrested 19 terrorists in operations in North Sinai. The spokesman also announced the destruction of nine smuggling tunnels in the Rafah area near Gaza. A number of Sinai tribes continued to hand over weaponry and ammunition to the army. The security alert was reportedly raised in the Sinai for fear of upcoming attacks.




Ansar Jerusalem claims responsibility for recent Sinai gas pipeline attack




Region Boiling, Israel Takes Up Castle Strategy




The army spokesman said security forces yesterday killed a top commander in the Tawhid and Jihad Group during operations in North Sinai; security sources had previously identified the terrorist as a member of Ansar Jerusalem. New charges were filed against former president Mohammed Morsi for allegedly insulting the judiciary. Ansar Jerusalem claimed responsibility for a recent gas pipeline attack in the Sinai.




Fog of Benghazi: Al Qaeda, Dead Americans and an Emerging Threat




Islamist militants detonated explosives along a gas pipeline in the Sinai. At least one person was killed during clashes between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and security forces. The army spokesman announced the destruction of eight smuggling tunnels and said over 1,110 tunnels have been destroyed since January 2013. Security forces seized a cache of explosive materials and weaponry in West Qantara City in the Suez. Officials denied reports of an attack on a radio station in North Sinai.




The New Triangle of Egypt, Israel, and Hamas




Sinai gas pipeline attacked for first time in 2014




Recently arrested al Jazeera reporters were accused of serving the Muslim Brotherhood. Authorities arrested 15 terrorists, including members of Hamas and Ansar Jerusalem, in the latest operations in North Sinai. State media reported that Egyptian voters had overwhelmingly approved the new constitution. The fourth labor official recently kidnapped in the Sinai was released.




A member of Ansar Jerusalem was killed and seven other suspected terrorists were arrested in operations in North Sinai. The army spokesman announced the destruction of six tunnels in North Sinai. Unidentified gunmen reportedly shot a police officer and his wife. Three trade union members recently abducted in South Sinai were released. Officials said turnout in the country's constitutional referendum was high.




Attacks in the Suez: Security of the Canal at Risk?




The army spokesman said One terrorist was killed, and nine others arrested in North Sinai operations. Security sources said Egypt plans to undermine Hamas' rule in the Gaza Strip in the coming years. At least 11 people were killed during clashes as the country began voting in its constitutional referendum.




Unidentified gunmen, possibly locals, killed five suspected terrorists and wounded two others in North Sinai. Two additional terrorists in North Sinai were killed when an explosive device they were carrying exploded. Dozens of new agencies called on authorities to release recently arrested al Jazeera reporters. Interior Minister Ibrahim said security forces are prepared to use force to defend those partaking in the upcoming constitutional referendum.




Congress to Give Egypt $1.5 Billion in Aid




In North Sinai, militant threats cloud referendum vote