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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 political protest does not come simply due to disparity in distribution of wealth.
The armed hijackers, driving a four-wheel drive, stopped the army vehicle at gun point in Jisr Al-Wadi.
The 25 January revolution gave everyone hope for change, and the Baha’i hope for acceptance.
Ankara’s move came after the Syrian state news agency SANA reported on Saturday that a flight ban has been imposed on Turkish flights.
HRW reported increased use of cluster bombs in the past week, notably in the Maaret al-Numan area.
Jewish human rights group called for the severance of all ties between Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and the US government.
Said Lamarni, who was not present for the verdict, has denied any wrongdoing.
The jailed Shiite medics called their action “The Lost Justice,” and have stopped taking food and medicine.
DNE speaks to Doctor Abdel Hamid Omar Abaza, assistant to the Minister of Health and Population, about the new universal healthcare law
President Mohamed Morsy recently said on Twitter, “respect for human rights in all dimensions: faith, culture, social, economic, and political must be a key component in all our work”. In another, he said, “we do not have minorities; all Egyptian citizens are treated equally.” I wonder if Mr President has read the news lately or …
Why do they hate the media? And who are they?
Statements on investment and economic achievements made by Mubarak-regime ministers were never met with trust by the general public, while specialists could see that they were nothing more than media fireworks systematically set off to improve the picture of utter destruction the country’s state of affairs had reached. A simple review of the number of …
The book narrating the life of the prophet Muhammed enters Guinness Records as the largest book in the world
After few hours of investigations, the harasser was referred to court, charged with rape
With 80,000 refugees have already crossed its borders, Turkey declares it’s a “great burden”
Contradicting notions of fear, thuggery, lack of justice, and luxury outline Ramlet Boulaq and its nearby Nile Towers
“Syrian blood is not cheap,” says the Muslim Brotherhood spokesman
Rumours in place of factual reporting, and spokespeople who do not speak
DNE has always been the journalism school that many of today’s Egyptian star writers have graduated from.