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Cairo clashes kill four as Morsi family to sue army

Clashes between supporters and opponents of Mohamed Morsi killed four people on Monday as the ousted Egyptian president's family vowed to sue the army over his ouster. At least 28 people were also injured in the violence between the rival groups of demonstrators in Cairo and the nearby town of Qalyub, emergency services said. Elsewhere a police officer and a civilian were killed, and four soldiers injured in a series of attacxks in the northern Sinai district, medicial and security sources said.

Egypt's caretaker cabinet

Egypt's interim head of state Adly Mansour swore in the caretaker cabinet two weeks after the popularly backed military ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi. Here is Egypt's new government line-up announced on Tuesday: - Prime Minister: Hazem al-Beblawi - Deputy Prime Minister and Defence: Abdel Fattah al-Sisi - Deputy Prime Minister and International Cooperation: Ziad Bahaa Eldin - Deputy Prime Minister and Higher Education: Hossam Eissa - Foreign Affairs: Nabil Fahmy - Interior: Mohammed Ibrahim (unchanged)

In Cairo, Morsi loyalists keep the faith

Tens of thousands of Mohamed Morsi's loyalists rallied in Cairo Friday, praying for the return of Egypt's first elected president whose whereabouts remained secret more than a week after the military ousted him. Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood had called the rally in Rabaa al-Adawiya, a square in northern Cairo, where supporters have staged a defiant sit-in since his July 3 overthrow in a popularly backed coup. With the onset of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, the Islamist's supporters have turned to prayers as well as numbers in the hope of reinstating the former president.

Technocrat could become Egypt's interim PM

A coalition that backed the military action to overthrow Egypt's Islamist president has agreed to name a technocrat as the crisis-hit country's interim premier, a presidential adviser said on Sunday. Ahmed al-Muslimani told private ONTV that business lawyer Ziad Bahaa Eldin, 48, was "very likely" to be named to the post of interim prime minister. If confirmed, caretaker president Adly Mansour has gone for a technocrat without the baggage of his original choice for the job, liberal leader Mohamed ElBaradei who, Muslimani said, was now likely to become interim vice president.

Brazil, Egypt, Turkey unrest a wake up call: World Bank

By Anthony Esposito and Felipe Iturrieta SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Massive protests in Brazil, Egypt and Turkey should jolt governments across the globe into ensuring they are providing crucial public services and opportunities to their citizens, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim said in an interview on Friday. Frustration with the political establishment, a lack of opportunity and unmet expectations for better living standards have helped galvanize millions of people in those countries to march in the streets and demand change.

Social media spreads and splinters Brazil protests

By Caroline Stauffer SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's biggest protests in decades are a confusing, conflicting mix of people and messages. Blame Facebook. Social media tools like Facebook and Twitter enabled mass protests of the sort that have not happened in Latin America's biggest country in more than two decades.

Bahrain prince admits 'issues' on Grand Prix eve

Bahrain's crown prince admitted Saturday that there were "issues" affecting the kingdom on the eve of a Formula One Grand Prix that has been dogged by sometimes bloody clashes between police and democracy activists. But Prince Salman, who has long been regarded as a moderate voice within the Gulf state's Sunni minority regime, said he was "optimistic" a settlement could be reached with the Shiite-led opposition.

Pak colts to compete in U14 football tourney in Iran

Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) will be sending U14 national football team to compete in AFC Under-14 Football Championship scheduled to be held at Mashhad, Iran from April 23-29.The team is scheduled to leave for Iran on April 21 from Lahore.Twenty-four youngsters have been going through training camp in Lahore ahead of the tournament in Iran.Probables: Mudassar, Muhammad Asad Fareed, Bilal Waheed, Abdul Waheed, Adil Ali, Uzair, Said Ali, Zubair Umer, Yasir and Atta Ullah, Shahzeb, Muhammad Saqib Javaid, Abdul Wahid Khan, Muhammad Riaz, Saqlain Tariq, Mohammad Ikh

Pak colts to compete in U14 football tourney in Iran

Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) will be sending U14 national football team to compete in AFC Under-14 Football Championship scheduled to be held at Mashhad, Iran from April 23-29.The team is scheduled to leave for Iran on April 21 from Lahore.Twenty-four youngsters have been going through training camp in Lahore ahead of the tournament in Iran.Probables: Mudassar, Muhammad Asad Fareed, Bilal Waheed, Abdul Waheed, Adil Ali, Uzair, Said Ali, Zubair Umer, Yasir and Atta Ullah, Shahzeb, Muhammad Saqib Javaid, Abdul Wahid Khan, Muhammad Riaz, Saqlain Tariq, Mohammad Ikhl

Pak colts to compete in U14 football tourney in Iran

Pakistan Football Federation PFF will be sending U14 national football team to compete in AFC Under14 Football Championship scheduled to be held at Mashhad, Iran from April 2329.The team is scheduled to leave for Iran on April 21 from Lahore.Twenty-four youngsters have been going through training camp in Lahore ahead of the tournament in Iran.Probables: Mudassar, Muhammad Asad Fareed, Bilal Waheed, Abdul Waheed, Adil Ali, Uzair, Said Ali, Zubair Umer, Yasir and Atta Ullah, Shahzeb, Muhammad Saqib Javaid, Abdul Wahid Khan, Muhammad Riaz, Saqlain Tariq, Mohammad Ikhlas,
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