Egypt court acquits acquits pro-Morsi protesters
A court in Egypt has acquitted more than 60 supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi who were arrested during a violent protest last year. Judges also cleared a cameraman working for the broadcaster Al-Jazeera. The men, most of whom have links ...
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Egypt court acquits Al Jazeera cameraman
An Al Jazeera cameraman who has been in detention in Egypt has been acquitted along with 61 other defendants, the channel's lawyer has said. The lawyer said on Sunday that Mohamed Badr was not held on any other charges and should be released, ...
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Mosques across Egypt have witnessed the first Friday sermon on a set theme chosen by the government as part of newly introduced controls on Muslim places of worship. The policy is controversial in a country that is deeply polarised after the army ...
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New York Times
CAIRO — The government on Thursday tried to reassure foreign correspondents that they are free to report in Egypt after prosecutors filed criminal charges accusing 20 journalists for Al Jazeera television of conspiring with the Muslim Brotherhood ...
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Egypt satirist returns to TV at a touchy time
Los Angeles Times
Amid a sweeping crackdown on freedom of expression in Egypt, Bassem Youssef, a political satirist whose brand of humor is often likened to that of Jon Stewart, is bringing his “Daily Show”-style program back to the airwaves this week. Youssef's new ...
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CAIRO, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Egypt will announce details of its second stimulus package since Islamist President Mohamed Mursi was ousted in July within days, its finance minister said on Tuesday, aiming to boost tepid growth and reassure investors. Egypt ...
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Egypt tosses 20 Al-Jazeera reporters in jail
legal Insurrection (blog)
Egypt said 20 Al-Jazeera journalists, including both Egyptians and foreigners, will face trial on terrorism-related charges. Among them are three journalists employed by Al-Jazeera English, the Qatari-based international news channel. Award-winning ...
UN urges Egypt to release foreign journalists, including Peter Greste
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has called for the release of foreign journalists, including Australian Peter Greste, who is detained in Egypt. Greste, 48, and two al-Jazeera English network colleagues were arrested at a Cairo ...
Egypt's 'severe clampdown' on journalists condemned by UN
Egypt: UN human rights office voices concern at growing clampdown, attacks on ...
UN Denounces Egypt's Clampdown on Journalists
Egypt's Ruler Eyes Riskier Role: The Presidency
New York Times
Then on Monday, Field Marshal Sisi — he added the title the same day — took the first formal step to become Egypt's next president, insisting he was yielding once again to “the free choice of the masses” and “the call of duty.” With that, he paved ...
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Egypt had been subject to considerable unrest following the narrow presidential victory of Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, in the summer of 2012. The Egyptian public became disenchanted with his policies and expressed their ...
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