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Rights group says rampant torture, arbitrary arrests, and detentions signal sharp decline in rights in the year following Morsi ouster
“Very dangerous” alleged militant arrested
After taking over parts of Iraq, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) announced the establishment of a Caliphate or Islamic State
Second attack raises Saturday’s death toll to 6
Gunmen attack police officer, kill two
Voters in Tripoli and Benghazi took advantage of a public holiday called for the election, trickling in to cast their ballots.
Defendants are accused of acting against the state following the Rabaa Al-Adaweya and Al-Nahda sit-in dispersals
Former interim President Adly Mansour issued presidential decree last week citing security concerns
Soldier shot in chest, dies from wounds
International and national NGOs compiled testimonies that show “clear pattern of abuse” at Al-Azouly prison
Approximately 181,921 military personnel will coordinate with police to secure this week’s elections
Sabahy addresses controversial topics, while Al-Sisi speaks about development prospects in the Sinai Peninsula on day 11 of campaigning
AFP – A suspected Al-Qaeda suicide bomber Sunday killed 12 soldiers and a civilian in an attack on a military base in southeast Yemen, officials said, as government forces pursued jihadists in three restive provinces. The bombing came just hours after three gunmen were killed when they attacked a checkpoint close to the presidential palace …
Prosecution has charged them with founding, leading and joining a terrorist organisation, among other charges
Police ramping up presence in Sinai, says interior ministry
The decision will help Egypt’s counter-terrorism operations in the Sinai Peninsula, the Pentagon said.
The conflict, which extended for days, left 26 people dead and dozens injured
Victim dies in hospital as groups attempt to extend three-day truce
After two days of violence, reconciliation and police mediation has failed; governor asks army to intervene
Bread is a politically-explosive issue in Egypt – failure to deliver it at an affordable price has triggered major riots in the past and the government wants to boost its storage capacity to reduce its reliance on international markets.
Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim told reporters that US, EU “stifling” arms
Changes made in the Egypt’s second army and Southern Military District
Arab human rights group calls Saturday’s attack “black terrorism”
Defence minister overseeing final stages of military exercises and meeting officials
Cairo Court for Urgent Matters banned activities of the Palestinian movement temporarily
Engineers’ Syndicate elections will take place in April
Sisi is seen by his supporters as a strong hand who can stabilise Egypt following three years of unrest ignited by the 2011 uprising that toppled longtime ruler Hosni Mubarak.
Increased efforts to suppress militant activity in Sinai continue
Four hikers were rescued and evacuated as search for final member continues
Six misguided groups and a surviving one Ezzedine Choukri Fishere Columnist Ezzedine Choukri Fishere wonders how it is possible that even though the majority of voters are made up of young people, they are not present in the political scene by running for parliament or the presidency. He writes that he found the answer to …