Wilmington man keeps close eye on former home of Egypt
2 years ago
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Wilmington man keeps close eye on former home of Egypt

The State Department has a blunt warning for US citizens today: Avoid travel to Egypt. And if you live there, leave. More than 600 people have been killed in the latest round of political violence in that country and almost 4,000 are hurt.
MARKING HISTORY: Civil War vet William Loring travels and fights for Egyptian Army
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MARKING HISTORY: Civil War vet William Loring travels and fights for Egyptian Army

William Loring led a military career that saw him fight for three different flags over five decades. The most interesting of which being his time spent in Egypt.
Egyptian native reacts to latest developments
5 years ago
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Egyptian native reacts to latest developments

Walid Metwally came to the US for school more than a decade ago. His two brothers and extended family are back in Cairo and Alexandria. That keeps him very much attached to what is going on in his home country.
ONLY ON 3:  Egypt protests hit home for UNCW student
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ONLY ON 3: Egypt protests hit home for UNCW student

Everything happening in Egypt right now seems a world away. But for one UNCW student, the crisis in Egypt hits close to home.
FIRST ON 3:  Wilmington doctor, family struggle to get out of Egypt
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FIRST ON 3: Wilmington doctor, family struggle to get out of Egypt

After desperately trying to contact someone from the US State Department, the doctor and his family are now out of Egypt. Thanks to a network of people helping them out and a Congressman, they now have a flight back to the United States.
ONLY ON 3: New US citizen distracted by chaos in Egypt
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ONLY ON 3: New US citizen distracted by chaos in Egypt

With all the chaos in Egypt, folks from around the world are concerned with the situation. For Karim Elfahla, the chaos in his homeland was a distraction during what should be one of the biggest days of his life, as he took the oath of citizenship in the United States.