Egypt's government bans protests without police approval
It imposes jail sentences of up to seven years and fines of up to 300,000 Egyptian pounds ($43,600) upon protesters who carry weapons, explosives, ammunition or fireworks, wear masks or block roads, Badawi said. People who organise protests without ...
Egypt protests: New law condemned as 'repressive'
Human rights groups in Egypt have condemned a new law restricting public protests which has been signed by the interim President Adly Mansour. The law bans protests without prior police notification. Many believe the new legislation is aimed mainly at ...
Egypt's interim president issues law restricting protests
Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour signs 'anti-protest law'
Egypt's 'Jon Stewart' in legal battle after show is taken off air
CAIRO - A comedian known as Egypt's Jon Stewart is fighting a legal battle with the network that canceled his show a week after he made fun of the country's new military leaders, prompting concerns for freedom of speech in the unsettled country. Bassem ...
Bassem Youssef battles Egypt's censors
Egypt Government Will Not Tolerate Protests
Bassem Youssef in talks with Germany's DW channel
Egypt asks Turkish ambassador to leave over support for Muslim Brotherhood
Saturday's decision comes after the Turkish prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, renewed his criticism of Egypt's new leaders. He dismissed the trial of Morsi on charges of inciting murder of his opponents while in office, which opened this month, and ...
Egypt expels Turkish ambassador
Egypt's President Issues Law Regulating Protests
Egypt Expels Turkey's Ambassador, Further Fraying Diplomatic Ties
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Turkey FM: we have deep love for Egypt
He revealed his views on Turkey's latest diplomatic row with Egypt - caused by expelling of Turkish ambassador - and other regional issues. Q: Why do you believe Egyptian authorities have taken the decision to expel your ambassador now and what impact ...
Egyptian-Turkish business remains stable amid diplomatic row: Analysts
Egypt expels Turkish ambassador, scales back diplomatic ties
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Egypt passes law restricting public protests
Cairo - Egypt's interim president, Adly Mansour, has signed a restrictive new "protest law" that would require Egyptians to seek approval days in advance before organising demonstrations. The law will take effect later this week once the final text is ...
Report: Egypt enacts law restricting protest
Egypt's president signed a new bill into law on Sunday restricting rallies and other public gatherings, a move likely to raise fresh questions about the army-backed government's democratic credentials. Thousands of anti-government protesters were on ...
Egypt interim president approves contentious new protests law
"The president enacted the law on the regulation of the right to hold public meetings, processions and peaceful demonstrations in public places," presidency spokesman Ehab Badawi said. Egyptian prime minister Hazem Beblawi said the new law protects the ...
Egypt expels Turkey's ambassador
Egypt says it has asked Turkey's ambassador to leave and accused the country of backing unnamed organisations bent on spreading instability. Saturday's decision to expel Huseyin Avni Botsali, the Turkish ambassador, apparently follows remarks made by ...
Egypt's interim president issues controversial law to restrict protests
CAIRO, Egypt -- Egypt's interim president has issued a new law regulating protests, weeks after the much-anticipated bill stirred serious criticism from rights and political groups. Presidential spokesman Ihab Badawi said details of the law endorsed ...