The Indy and The Guardian lead with Egypt, The Telegraph has some more Wikileaks and The Times has an interview with the country’s top family law judge.
- President & Prime Minister of #Israel stand for #Egypt's national anthem with ambassador at national day celebration https://t.co/6pJtPjVfvD 1 day ago
- RT @mikejsmith504: nice piece by @afp 's @joedyke ... Palestinian, Israeli medics caught in turmoil of conflict ca.news.yahoo.com/palestinian-is… 2 days ago
- @haldemann_frank Dear Mr Haldemann. Could you follow back so I can DM you? Many thanks 2 days ago
- The beautiful @SirenaAssir with a gut wrenching tale of an Iraqi family's interview for asylum in Holland correspondent.afp.com/node/3425 2 days ago
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