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Muslim Brotherhood has no plans for further protests, denies responsibility for violence during Friday’s clashes.
by Naser Al-Azazy Sinai Bedouins met with security officials on Saturday to discuss sentences handed down to Sinai residents in absentia under the Mubarak regime. The group met in a village near the Al-Halal mountains, North Sinai. The conference was organised by the Popular Commission to Defend the People of Sinai and was attended by …
State litigation authority chancellors’ club discusses role of judiciary, civil prosecution.
Union for the unemployed in Suez aims to secure the rights of the unemployed across Lower Egypt.
The defense also reiterated a claim that this case is in-fact politically motivated.
City-bound traffic on Cairo’s Ring Road is at near stand-still after a fuel truck reportedly flipped and spilled its load across the road, blocking all four lanes.
The armed hijackers, driving a four-wheel drive, stopped the army vehicle at gun point in Jisr Al-Wadi.
Jewish human rights group called for the severance of all ties between Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and the US government.
Each governorate’s chamber of commerce has the right to indicate exactly the time of closing and opening.
Essam El-Erian and Saad El-Katatny compete for party’s presidency after Sabah Saqary withdraws
Malala was shot in retaliation for her campaign for the right to education
Striking doctors intend to submit thousand of resignations as public health strike escalates
Indefinite detention is inhumane say foreign prisoners convicted of drug offences
According to eyewitness reports, clashes erupted after apparent Brotherhood supporters tore down the stage the opposition groups had set up.
President Morsy withdraws decision to relieve Abdel Meguid Mahmoud of duties as prosecutor general, upon a petition from the Supreme Judicial Council
Protest at Abdeen Palace to highlight unjust treatment of Nubians.
Trade offices request ships carrying Chinese goods to be re-routed to Port Said and Damietta
Trial postponed until a list with all those receiving amnesty is submitted by the public prosecutor
The Coptic Orthodox Church released on Saturday a preliminary list of papal candidates, narrowing it down from 17 candidates to five.
Representatives from the Administrative Prosecution Club (APC) are meeting on Sunday with the head of the Constituent Assembly.
Secular and progressive groups have accused the Muslim Brotherhood and its Freedom and Justice Party of hijacking their Tahrir Square protest on Friday.
Protesters clash in Tahrir square
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
Sokna port shut down by strikers
Mahmoud, in a statement issued Thursday night, denied claims that he resigned from his position
Presidential decree appointing Abdel Meguid Mahmoud as Egypt’s envoy to the Vatican
Fan group calls for Al-Ahly president’s resignation
Date coincides with separate protest against constitution
Hundreds of Egyptian protesters march in Cairo to mark one year since the Maspero massacre in 2011