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Egypt will seek the $3 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that it rejected last year, in an effort to stem its economic decline and restore its foreign-currency reserves.
Egypt will return to negotiations with the IMF next week, and will likely have to accede to IMF demands for economic reforms to receive the loan.
Egypt’s military-led government originally rejected the IMF’s offer in June 2011 because of populist sentiment opposing any inhibition on Egyptian sovereignty.
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While Israelis couldn’t sleep in Rishon Lezion, IDF pilots were busy making sure Gaza terrorists were awake Monday night as well.
Without fanfare, supermarket magnate Rami Levy has been quietly unloading truckloads of food and basics at the homes of all the fallen soldiers…
After killing 5 IDF soldiers, Hamas terrorists tried to steal the soldier’s bodies.
Netanyahu and IDF Chief of Staff Gantz announce Israel will not stop the war until all terror tunnels are destroyed.
This is probably the first time in my life I’ve seen an IDF barber. Who knew we even had them! (Notice he’s using an electric shaver!)
2:29am Multiple rocket sirens towards Tel Aviv-Yafo, Rishon l’Tzion, Bat Yam, Holon….
The IDF spokesman has released the names of the soldiers who were killed this evening.
Bibi said: “Death from above, death from below,” will not continue to threaten the people of Israel.
IDF soldiers killed five terrorists who attempted to infiltrate from Gaza Monday evening near Nahal Oz in Sha’ar HaNegev, foiling another attack.
Intelligence minister meets journalists in Jerusalem, compares Gaza to Judea and Samaria as proof that quiet begets quiet.
Another massive missile barrage made it clear Monday night Hamas has no interest in a cease fire.
Moslem Brotherhood considered enemy number one in Cairo; Gaza branch responds to slight by firing at Israel.
Hamas terrorists attacked their own people Monday, with short-fall rocket fire exploding at Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza.
A Hamas rocket attack on the Eshkol region has murdered numerous Israelis…
Yeshoron Tzoran is the officer who stopped the Arab terrorist near Beitar Ilit who was driving a massive car bomb to his target. Tzoran’s quick thinking and action saved hundreds of lives.
Hospital staff at Schneider Children’s Hospital in Petach Tikva gathered up the babies and took them to the stairway for protection after a rocket siren went off this morning.
Wouldn’t a direct wire transfer from the White House to Pyongyang have saved on the wire transfer fees?
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