Egypt's draft constitution enshrines army role in politics
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's new constitution, according to a draft text completed on Saturday nearly five months after the army deposed an Islamist president, will bolster the military's hand and ban religious parties. The constitution, expected to be ...
Police in Egypt clash with protesters
Egypt Panel Begins Voting on Draft Constitution
Egypt panel votes on constitutional reforms
Appeal date 'set' for Egypt female protesters
A court in the Egyptian city of Alexandria is to hear an appeal on December 7 from 14 Islamist women protesters sentenced to 11 years in jail, their lawyer has said. Ayman Dali told AFP on Saturday that an appeal by seven other girls, all under the age ...
Egypt court to hear 21 female protesters' appeal
Court in Egypt to hear appeal from female protesters on Dec 7
Egypt appeal for female protesters set for Dec 7: lawyer
Fury in Egypt over harsh sentences
Clashes have erupted between Egyptian security forces and protesters who took to the streets to denounce heavy sentences handed down to a group of 21 women and girls for holding a peaceful protest earlier this month. Thursday's unrest in front of Cairo ...
Police Arrest Egypt Activist Over Call to Protest
Egypt blogger Alaa Abdul Fattah arrested over protest
Egypt panel begins vote on draft constitution
Protests at Qatari embassy in Egypt
Hundreds of people have gathered outside Qatar's embassy in Egypt to protest against what they called the Gulf state's unwarranted interference in Egyptian internal affairs. The protesters, comprised of groups from Sout el Shab (the Voice of the People ...
Political activist arrested in Egypt
Late Thursday, a prominent Egyptian political activist, Alaa Abd El Fattah, was arrested in his home in Cairo. Alaa Abd El Fattah at his home in Cairo, 2007. Credit: NOW on PBS. Abd El Fattah's wife, Manal Hassan, told the Egyptian independent news ...
The return of Egypt's police state
For Egypt's New Rulers, Familiar Scapegoats
Egypt arrests prominent blogger Alaa Abdel-Fattah under new anti-protest law
Tear gas fired at Egyptian Islamist protesters
Police in Egypt have fired tear gas at hundreds of Islamist protesters defying a new law that bans unauthorised demonstrations. According to the Interior Ministry, up to 200 people were arrested across the country. The protesters had come onto the ...
Halawa sisters home in Ireland after Egypt ordeal
The Halawa sisters from Dublin who were detained following unrest in Egypt earlier this year have arrived home at Dublin Airport this morning. Irish citizens Somaia, Fatima and Omaima Halawa were taken into custody in August following a protest in ...
Halawa sisters welcomed home to Dublin after Egypt captivity ordeal
Cairo mosque siege: Halawa sisters return home to Ireland
Video: Halawa sisters arrive home after prison hell in Egypt and vow to fight ...
In Egypt, university campuses emerge as the latest battleground
The government's actions are raising fears of a return to an approach that prevailed before Egypt's 2011 revolution, with security forces harassing and intimidating students and professors in the name of national security. In a sign that the government ...
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Tentative Agreement Reached on Egypt's Draft Constitution
Voice of America
CAIRO — The head of the committee drafting Egypt's new constitution told journalists Saturday that tentative agreement had been reached on all 247 articles of the new document and that it would be presented to interim President Adly Mansour by mid-week.
Police Clash With Protesters in Central Cairo
Egyptian security forces have fired volleys of tear gas and used batons to disperse stone-throwing protesters in central Cairo denouncing a series of arrests connected to a new law against street demonstrations. Private TV stations showed riot police ...