Across the region, digital authoritarianism is increasing, with some governments regularly blocking popular social media applications including WhatsApp, especially its free calls feature.
"Having shored up the position of Indian government in those areas, I think the PM can travel with confidence to Israel, feeling in many ways that what he is doing is something that speaks for India's independent foreign policy without in anyway compromising its relationship with anybody else.
In its efforts to attract Indian tourists, Israel has increased its promotional budgetary allocation to USD 2.5 million in the last two years and plans to ease visa norms, senior officials have said.
Deposed President Mohamed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood said the death toll was far higher in what it described as a "massacre".
Gunfire broke out as rocks and bricks flew in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, witnesses said.
There have long been rumors in the Arab world that Palestinian leader Yaseer Arafat was poisoned.
The Arab nation is planning to set up an honorary consulate in the city.
CNN's Arwa Damon travelled inside the city of Holms where the military continues to assault towns and villages.
Envoys said on Thursday that yet another text is being drawn up for them to send to their capitals for consideration.
The UNSC on Tuesday took up a draft resolution demanding that President Bashar Assad halt the violence and yield power.
It's been an year since protesters inspired by an uprising in Tunisia took to the streets in Egypt.
Most foreign media are banned from Syria and witness reports and videos are hard to verify.
An Egyptian court ordered the military rulers to stop the use of "virginity tests" on female detainees.
Witnesses say that the protestor was killed when an army vehicle ran over him early on Saturday.
Kamal Ganzouri headed a cabinet from 1996 to 1999 that introduced some economic liberalisation measures.
The Egyptian military police has offered an apology and promised an investigation.
Kamal Ganzouri headed a cabinet from 1996 to 1999 that introduced some economic liberalization measures.
The United Nations says 3,000 people have been killed in the bloodshed.
He abandoned university geography studies for a military career.
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