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Egypt police fire tear gas at protesters outside courtroom where senior ...
CAIRO — Riot police fired tear gas Saturday to disperse dozens of demonstrators throwing rocks outside an Alexandria courthouse where the city's ex-security director and other officers are on trial for the killing of protesters during Egypt's 2011 ...
Egypt judge dismisses charges against more than 300 protesters after Morsi ...
Egypt drops hundreds of charges over post-Mubarak violence
Egypt drops charges against 379 protesters
UPDATE 1-Egypt's foreign reserves rise after Qatar deposit
CAIRO Jan 19 (Reuters) - Egypt's foreign reserves have risen to $15.5 billion, helped by a deposit by Qatar to support the economy, its finance minister said, although they are still close to critical levels after being run down to defend Egypt's currency.
Egypt foreign reserves rise after Qatar deposit
Qatar boosts Egypt aid with $2.5 billion bond buys
Globe and Mail
Clashes in Egypt at trial for officers accused of violence against protesters
Globe and Mail
License; AA. Riot police fired tear gas Saturday to disperse dozens of demonstrators throwing rocks outside an Alexandria courthouse where the city's ex-security director and other officers are on trial for the killing of protesters during Egypt's 2011 ...
Muslim Brotherhood figures seek Egypt diplomatic posts
The nomination of Ahmed Mekki, former vice president, to head Egypt's diplomatic mission in the Vatican this week might be a precedent by which the president would use his legal prerogative to appoint selected non-career diplomats to head some of Egypt ...
Brotherhood Struggles to Translate Power Into Policy in Egypt
Egypt's president rejects idea of a theocracy
Lessons from Egypt's Past Could Prompt Optimism for the Future
Egypt still undecided on River Nile sharing agreement
Egypt is still undecided about signing the River Nile sharing agreement and will not be a part of it soon, the country's Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation, Dr Mohamed Baha'a El-Din has said. Contested clauses. During a press briefing in ...
Uganda-Egypt sign the Nile Basin Agreement
Egypt's Shura council approves controversial new elections law
Egypt's Shura council approved a new parliamentary elections law on Saturday sending it to the High Constitution Court (HCC) for revision. The HCC has forty-five days to determine the constitutionality of articles in the new law. If approved, the law ...
Egypt's Shura Council approves laws concerning parliamentary elections
Christian stores burned in southern Egypt after Muslim girl allegedly sexually ...
LUXOR, Egypt — Police fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of Muslim protesters trying to storm a Coptic Christian church in southern Egypt Friday, after a word spread that a Christian man sexually assaulted a 6-year-old girl. Witnesses in Marashda ...
US says Egypt needs to do more on religious tolerance
Letters: Hate in Egypt
Egypt's Morsi Tries to Defuse Flap Over Jews Slur
Egypt: Don't Force Palestinians Back to Syria
Human Rights Watch
Egypt may have a right to detain people temporarily or investigate them on grounds of false documentation but it may not under any circumstance return them to Syria. Egypt is obligated under international law not to return anyone, regardless of status ...
HRW urges Egypt to halt deportations to Syria
Rights group urges Egypt not to deport asylum seekers back to Syria
Egypt urged not to deport Palestinians to Syria
Inside Egypt's first 'Islamic cafe'
A cafe in Cairo is being described as Egypt's first "Islamic cafe" after setting up separate areas for women, men and families and dissuading unmarried couples from visiting. The idea is to cater for the needs of customers who would like to have a ...
Handball: Egypt reach World Championship round of 16
Egypt have reached the Handball World Championship second round after defeating Australia 39-14 in their final Group D game on Saturday. The Pharaohs went through virture of a superior goal difference over North African rivals Algeria after both sides ...