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Latest in Tag: death
Supporters sentenced for protesting and for inciting protests; some acquitted
The defendant molested, robbed and killed his seven-year-old neighbour
The conflict, which extended for days, left 26 people dead and dozens injured
Father Frans van der Lugt was shot and killed by a gunman on April 7, 2014, with the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights saying the motive for the attack was unclear
Defendants charged with belonging to a “banned” organisation and violating the Protest Law
Al-Dostour’s Mayada Ashraf is the tenth journalist killed in Egypt since 2011
Morsi supporters protest Al-Sisi’s presidential bid
Police were bracing for further clashes after they fired tear gas and water cannon at stone-hurling protesters in several cities on Tuesday following the death of 15-year-old Berkin Elvan after 269 days in a coma.
By Dr Cesar Chelala One of the saddest things in the world today, ravaged by brutal wars, is a child, looking nowhere, as if asking the viewer, “Why are you doing this to us? We are only children.” This thought came to my mind as I read a report of the effects of the Syrian …
AFP – A Canadian photojournalist, Ali Mustafa, has been killed in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, activists said. An official in the Aleppo opposition provincial capital said Mustafa, a freelancer who sold pictures to the SIPA and EPA agencies, was killed in the city on Sunday. The opposition Aleppo Media Centre also reported the …
NCHR releases report on fact finding committee established to look into the sit-in’s dispersal
AFP- Two Egyptian policemen were sentenced to 10 years in jail Monday for the killing of a blogger whose death rallied protesters in the 2011 revolt that toppled Hosni Mubarak. The two were sentenced following a retrial for the manslaughter and torture of Khaled Said in June 2010, when they had unlawfully arrested him at …
Foreign Ministry cautions fishermen against violating other states’ territorial waters
AFP – An Egyptian criminal court on Wednesday sentenced 26 militants to death for founding a “terror group” that aimed to target ships in the Suez canal, judicial sources said. Prosecutors also accused the defendants of making rockets and explosives while monitoring various security headquarters to plan attacks on them, the sources said. The defendants were condemned …
The teaching assistant was notified last week of a three-month suspension pending investigations
Children’s rights organisation describes calls made by state-affiliated NCCM as “irresponsible”
Deaths part of separate incidents, with four occurring in Upper Egypt’s Sohag governorate
Mahmoud Sayed was killed in clashes outside a polling station
The “Not A Martyr” campaign sprung up after Chaar was killed in a 27 December car bombing that targeted moderate Lebanese politician Mohammad Chatah.
Police said they only used tear gas to break up the protests near the defence ministry and accused the Islamists of using arms.
Students Against the Coup protest decisions by the Supreme Council of Universities
The Committee to Protect Journalists released a report naming the three Middle East countries as having the most journalist deaths
Live updates from Mandela’s memorial service
Foreshadowing the guest list of what will surely be the most important funeral of recent decades, world leaders queued up to issue solemn tributes to the 95-year-old anti-apartheid leader.
On 3 December, a group of friends and family bid their final farewells to Egyptian poet Ahmed Fouad Negm. The funeral procession began after prayers at Al-Hussein Mosque and ended with the burial of the body at Negm’s family cemetery in the neighbourhood of Al Sayeda Aisha. Photos by Mohamed Omar
Revolutionary poet dies, leaving a legacy of cultural and artistic rebellion
The dead include 44,381 civilians, among them 6,627 children and 4,454 women.
The United Nations says the Egyptian government has refused it permission to register Palestinians from Syria as refugees and give them the yellow card that allows them to settle.
Some 60 samples were taken from the remains of the late Palestinian leader in November last year for a probe into whether he was poisoned by polonium.
Ahmad Tazazaa was shot dead in Qabatya after Israeli soldiers entered the town to carry out an arrest operation