Charged with illegal assembly and likely to be deported
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Meeting takes place amidst regional strife, domestic anger, and diplomatic pressure
Power wielding group directs public gaze outward
Nossier selected every item in the shop, even helping to design some of the signature scarves that are the centerpiece of the store. This personal touch adds the feel of a boutique to a store that is equal parts fashion, culture and social awareness.
Task force lands in Cairo to focus on transition and assistance
Rights group seeks resolution from 25 January
Spinning and weaving company shut down
Students say they have had enough
Move comes as ministry begins strike-breaking offensive
Striking workers will be put to the test on Saturday
Moussa threatens walk-out if draft is not discussed in good faith
Economics and education at heart of gender gap
The fate of Eritreans fleeing to Sudan, Egypt, and Israel
A meeting between political groups in Matruh on Sunday came to blows
Calls for ‘paradigm shift’ in Israel and Palestine
Security situation volatile in upper Egyptian town
EU mission discusses Palestine and investment in Egypt
Reach of Morsy’s powers may be tested by ability to change leadership in several governorates
Aims for more democratic party structure
Few political parties join NGO-led effort
Defending Shari’a, attacking the old guard
Government plans to close shops at 10 pm is alternately derided, shrugged off, and laughed at
Row comes as a shock to Egyptians working at consulate
Comments come in run-up to 6 November federal election
Environmentalists sow native Egyptian seeds throughout cities.
Meeting to plan pressure on Constituent Assembly and president
Each governorate’s chamber of commerce has the right to indicate exactly the time of closing and opening.
Official outlines Egyptian-Pakistani relationship
“Behave yourself,” Lofty scolded the man. “We’re still in the morning.”
“Make a trial for everyone in SCAF,” says Mohammed Adel a leader of the April 6 Youth Movement.