Ahmad Fathi Sorour is wanted in connection with an investigation on his personal wealth.
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Racism and discrimination has long been a problem in Egypt, particularly for Sudanese who have come to Egypt seeking a better life.
Jewish human rights group called for the severance of all ties between Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and the US government.
According to eyewitness reports, clashes erupted after apparent Brotherhood supporters tore down the stage the opposition groups had set up.
Criminal court’s decision to acquit all 24 defendants of Camel Battle trial provokes criticism and violent protest
Despite public discontent towards court rulings, legal system prevents president from making changes to the judiciary
In its second merger in as many months Al-Dostor Party will incorporate Free Egypt Party into their ranks.
An attempt to enhance Egyptian- African relations
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Swedish ship bound for Gaza aims to break Israeli blockade
Despite lack of permission to host opening ceremony in Abdin square, circus group vows to plow ahead
Brotherhood failes to provide required forms for registration
Soldiers arrested last year for participating in anti-army protest
DNE speaks to Doctor Abdel Hamid Omar Abaza, assistant to the Minister of Health and Population, about the new universal healthcare law
Fighting continues across Syria following destruction of UNESCO world heritage site in Aleppo on Sunday
Former presidential hopeful Ahmed Shafiq and ten others facing new corruption charges
Former employees of the old Al-Shaab newspaper are demanding the government uphold an agreement made under Mubarak’s reign
UNHCR expects 700,000 people will flee by the end of the year
Decision to disqualify Abou-Reida from EFA elections sparks rumours of a possible football suspension by FIFA
Prominent activist has eight charges pending and three more trials in progress
Gaza and West Bank borders closed for Yom Kippur but humanitarian and medical emergency services will be allowed through.
Syrian government confirms attack but insists school was not used by security forces or militia
Civilian death-toll continues to rise in Syria while refugee crisis intensifies
Somalia one of most dangerous countries worldwide for journalists
Pakistani newspapers accused of undermining Afghan government
Faezeh Rafsanjani sentenced to six months in prison
Following massive anti-militia protests in Benghazi, unsanctioned militias have 48 hours to evacuate
Darb 1718 celebrating Peace One Day
Ceasefire and autonomy promised by government could end nearly 40 year old conflict that left hundreds of thousands dead or displaced.
Pakistani protesters clash with police, 21 killed on government-sanctioned “Love for the Prophet Mohamed Day”