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New Law in Egypt Effectively Bans Street Protests
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt's military-backed government has issued a law that all but bans street protests by applying jail time or heavy fines to the public demonstrations that have felled the last two presidents and regularly roiled the capital since the Arab ...
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CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian security forces on Monday fired tear-gas to disperse university students who had defied a new law that restricts demonstrations, the state news agency reported. Students of Al-Azhar University and Assiut University in Assiut ...
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
Cairo, Egypt - Egypt's most famous TV satirist has been forced off-air, just one of several outspoken television personalities who have been sidelined since President Mohamed Morsi was deposed by the military on July 3. In his satire programme ...
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Egypt's government bans protests without police approval
CAIRO — Egypt's president passed a law on Sunday making it illegal to hold demonstrations without the approval of the police and banning protests in places of worship, a move rights groups condemned as a blow to political freedom. As the law was being ...
Egypt's first veiled rapper, Mayam Mahmoud
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Egypt issues demands to end tension with Turkey
“The role Turkish President Abdullah Gul is playing in helping cement Turkish-Egyptian relations is instrumental, and is highly appreciated in Cairo. However, we have to be clear that we are deeply dismayed at the position of the Turkish Prime Minister ...
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German writer Abdel-Samad missing in Egypt
The 41-year-old author of Egyptian origin has often written critically of Islamists, and became internationally well-known after the 2009 publication of his "My Farewell from Heaven" (Mein Abschied vom Himmel). Following the book's printing in Egypt, ...
German journalist 'kidnapped' in Egypt
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