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Egyptian Schools Will Teach Peace Treaty with Israel for the First Time

TEL AVIV – For the first time ever, Egyptian schools will teach students about the historic 1979 peace treaty between Israel and Egypt. Israel’s Army Radio procured a copy of a new Egyptian history textbook that includes an entire chapter devoted to the

Egyptian anti-goverment demonstrators perform the Friday noon prayer during protests in Cairo's landmark Tahrir Square on February 11, 2011

Bomb Attack Near Pyramids Kills Six, Muslim Brotherhood Blamed

A bomb attack in Giza, on a road leading to the pyramids, killed at least six people on Thursday – including three Egyptian police officers – and wounded 13 others. Two of the wounded are reportedly in critical condition. The Egyptian Interior Ministry blamed the attack on Muslim Brotherhood militants.

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Mubarak Corruption Charges Upheld, but He Might Still Be Free Soon

The New York Times reports that former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s effort to have his corruption charges overturned by an appeals court has failed, as the court reconfirmed his three-year prison sentence on Saturday. However, Mubarak might be leaving jail soon anyway, given the total amount of time he has spent in detention since 2011.

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