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US needs to show Egypt some tough love
Robert Kagan is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a monthly columnist for The Post. Michele Dunne is director of the Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East at the Atlantic Council. They are co-chairs of the bipartisan Working Group on ...
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CAIRO — Egyptian rights groups alleged Wednesday that police abuse and brutality are on the rise in detention centers and at demonstrations, which have intensified since the second anniversary of the uprising that ousted longtime leader Hosni Mubarak.
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Egypt Wheat Buyer Replaced as Nomani Heralded for Food Stability
Egypt's ouster of Nomani Nomani as buyer of more than 5 million metric tons of wheat a year on world markets put a spotlight on a role that brought stability to the task of feeding the nation's 80 million people. Nomani, 58, who worked at the General ...
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Egypt court rules policemen may grow Islamic beards
CAIRO - An Egyptian court ruled on Wednesday that policemen may grow beards, ending a decades-old convention barring them from making what is often seen here as a display of Islamic piety. Dozens of police officers were suspended from work in ...
Egyptian court orders return of 'bearded policemen' to duties
Egypt: Court Allows Bearded Policemen Back to Work
'Hundreds of children' tortured in Egypt
... of Muslims'. 10 Feb 2013. Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh boom threatened by Morsi assault on foreign ownership. 09 Feb 2013. "All of them had injuries on their bodies," he said. Egypt's interior ministry did not respond to the paper's request for comment.
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Egypt Attempts to Flush Out Gaza's Smuggling Tunnels
The tunnels under the border between Gaza and Egypt were flooded by Egyptian forces last week. The country is worried about the two-way flow of smuggled arms with the Gaza Strip which is destabilizing Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, increasingly a hotbed of ...
Egypt moves to ban alcohol sales
Egypt's Islamic government will no longer be issuing alcohol permits and will not renew existing ones in certain areas of Cairo, Alexandria and other major cities, an official has said. “NUCA has stopped renewing licenses to sell alcohol but the ...
New York Times (blog)
Palestinian militant Hamas group accuses Egypt of flooding smuggling tunnels ...
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip – The Hamas rulers of Gaza and local smugglers on Tuesday accused Egypt of flooding cross-border tunnels with sewage water in order to halt a thriving smuggling trade that has propped up the local economy for the past five years.
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Egypt Food Manufacturer Closes Business After Workers Protest
Faragalla Group, an Egyptian food producer, said it shut down its factories yesterday after workers stormed the complex to demand higher pay. The plants, located near Alexandria, halted production after they were raided by more than 200 workers, some ...