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‘Thousands’ of EU diplomatic cables hacked: report
World

‘Thousands’ of EU diplomatic cables hacked: report

  Hackers apparently connected to China accessed thousands of sensitive EU diplomatic cables, the New York Times reported Wednesday, in…
Telecom Egypt: Unidentified saboteurs damaging cables since January
Egypt

Telecom Egypt: Unidentified saboteurs damaging cables since January

Unknown saboteurs have been damaging terrestrial cables for Telecom Egypt (TE) in several areas across Egypt since January, according to…
Electricity supply to Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon interrupted
Business

Electricity supply to Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon interrupted

The supply of electricity from Egypt to Jordan, Syria and Lebanon stopped on Friday after a truck carrying gasoline turned…
UK court backs decision to bail WikiLeaks’ Assange
Egypt

UK court backs decision to bail WikiLeaks’ Assange

London's High Court upheld a decision on Thursday to free on bail WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is fighting extradition…
WikiLeaks cables do not reflect official policies, says US State Department official
Egypt

WikiLeaks cables do not reflect official policies, says US State Department official

Information released by the WikiLeaks cables serve only as raw material, but are not policies, Jeffrey Feltman, US Assistant Secretary…
Iran at center of WikiLeaks release
Opinion

Iran at center of WikiLeaks release

Among the key initial revelations in the more than 250,000 secret US embassy cables that WikiLeaks began publishing on 28…
Egypt recruited agents abroad to counter Iran, says WikiLeaks
Egypt

Egypt recruited agents abroad to counter Iran, says WikiLeaks

Washington--Egypt's spy master revealed his service recruited agents in Iraq and Syria to counter Iranian support for militants in his…
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