Mina El-Kess: Brotherhood does not speak out against attack on Copts in Egypt
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Working with Ain Shams University, the ministry is reviving the police image
Copts and Muslims gather in defiance of increasing Salafi attacks
Joint statement released and signed by political parties has been denied by several signatories
Constituent Assembly not representative, youth groups say
Growing number of violent incidents aimed at immigrants in Greece prompts embassy warnings
Revised version grants a few additional hours to most closing times
Cause of the spills still unknown
Attempting to reach a national consensus, Morsy opts for dialogue
El-Adly accused of using security recruits in forced labour for his own benefit
Aid provided falls within “technical assistance” currently allowed by United States after it lifted many sanctions
Despite the relatively bloodless revolution and election of a civilian president, many still dissatisfied
Salafis disrupt unity concert
The Guarani Kaiowá tribe and others like it have often received threats from ranchers and loggers with little help from the government
Police ask concert goers to leave
Committee to establish an Arab social democratic forum aimed at training and aiding social democratic parties in the post-Arab Spring world
Over the past year, an increasing number of sectarian-related incidents of violence have taken place
Morsy offers condolences
UN and Arab League brokered cease-fire fails
Politics infuses Eid prayers on Tahrir Square
Syrian regime claims Egyptian “terrorists” infiltrating Syria
Activists are expected to be deported to their home countries
Egypt’s metal scene is still small but here to stay.
Trial against former prime minister to be held in absentia on 2 December
Muslim Brotherhood-dominated Shura Council said to have exceeded their authority
Release coincides with the president’s expected mass pardon
Israel maintains Gaza blockade in face of international condemnation.
“The marches are not a liberal socialist movement anymore; they become a national socialist movement,” says former deputy head of the Justice Party.
Protests aimed at the draft constitution may not be necessary because of the upcoming Administrative Judiciary Court hearing which may yet dissolve its second assembly.
UN special envoy for Syria visits Cairo.