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Cairo court upheld conviction of revolutionary activists Maher, Douma, and Adel on Monday amid wide condemnation from political parties, rights groups and foreign governments
The summit stresses a “categorical rejection” of the demand for recognition of Israel as a Jewish state, according to a draft statement endorsed by foreign ministers.
There are three movements rooting for Field Marshal Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s nomination in the upcoming presidential elections. One of those movements is what we can call the popular current, which expresses the general mood of the people in the streets. The second movement is supporters of the former regime, including some of the state’s apparatus. …
US State Department will work with all sides, including Muslim Brotherhood, to help move toward an “inclusive, democratically elected civilian government”
The Gulf country has recently announced measures to boost the Egyptian economy
Mo’awad Adel remains in a coma as a legal struggle for funding his treatment continues
The state companies are joining trading houses like Glencore and Vitol and large oil firms like BP and Shell to take advantage of the retreat from trading by banks because of the greater regulation of banking activities that followed the 2008 financial crisis.
Administrative court consults state commissioners over legality of request
As the months have trudged by since 30 June, there has been a myriad of talk in the media regarding the creation of the new Egyptian state. The 3 July press conference, showing Al-Sisi with ElBaradei (representing the NSF), Sheikh Al-Azhar, Pope Tawadros, and the Head of Al-Nour Salafi Party, showed the outline of what …
Legal struggle between Nile University and Zewail City over contested land remains pending
International human rights organisations condemn the sweeping power the law grants security forces
Secretary General of the Muslim Brotherhood denounces US Secretary of State’s comments, accusing the United States of “supporting the coup”
Women demand that their rights be guaranteed in constitutional articles
Two 6 April members were allegedly stopped and searched at the airport “without just cause”
State Council rejects proposed articles in Constituent Assembly which might see parts of its jurisdiction handed over to Administrative Prosecution
US state department announced it would halt parts of its aid to Egypt pending progress towards democratically elected civilian government
An urgent matters court had ruled to disband the Muslim Brotherhood Organisation and ordered the confiscation of its capital
72 were arrested during violence at Nasr road, near the pro-Morsi Rabaa sit-in on 26 July.
Today Egypt stands mired in a political conflict so dire and complex that the country’s future is hard to forecast. Egypt, once hailed as a beacon of democratic hope for other countries associated with the so-called Arab Spring, is more consumed with calming political infighting following the ouster of its first elected president. In an attempt to understand where Egypt is heading, political analysts offered explanations and lessons from the history of countries such as Algeria. The Daily News Egypt explores these scenarios and their feasibility for Egypt.
Reconciliation is not a popular word: Deputy Prime Minister for Transitional justice
“The initiative does not mean the re-integration of Muslim Brotherhood in the political process”
The rebellion campaign called on all Egyptians to take to the streets on Friday, to form neighbourhood watches
Burns, Al-Nahyan and Al-Attiyah’s visits add to the increasing diplomatic presence in Egypt, which currently includes EU special representative, Bernadino Leon.
Kerry also said the interim government has a “responsibility with respect to demonstrators to give them the space to be able to demonstrate in peace.”
The retail store will be restored to public ownership
On 2 February 2011, I was in Tahrir Square and I left in the early afternoon to go home. Within a half hour of my leaving, camels, horses and thugs attacked Tahrir Square, resulting in more than a dozen deaths and hundreds wounded. That day is now etched into Egyptian revolutionary history as the Battle …
In response to lawsuit, the State Commissioners Authority’s Saturday report says the Ministry of Information is still in charge of media affairs
Three people arrested for allegedly planning to carry out ‘terrorist attacks’ in Cairo and Alexandria
Further taxes are expected
Despite the court verdict, the comatose protester’s health remains neglected