Tribal clashes kill 23 in Egypt
A second day of clashes between two tribes in southern Egypt has left a total of 18 people dead, officials say. The Egyptian military said that it had intervened to stop the fighting between the Arab Bani Hilal clan and a Nubian family. The violence ...
23 Killed in Feud Between Families in South Egypt
Tribal feud in Egypt sparks deadly fighting
Clan Fighting in Egypt Kills at Least 23
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Egypt court sentences police captain in southern province to death
CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced a police officer to death for the 2012 killing of two men in the southern province of Qena, state news agency MENA reported. Mahmoud Fathi Ali Al-Ataar, a police captain, was standing trial on ...
Egypt court sentences police captain to death
Egypt court sentences police captain in Qena to death
Tribal clashes in southern Egypt leave at least 23 dead
Los Angeles Times
Security officials speaking to the Associated Press said the motivation for the initial graffiti scrawling remains unknown. They said the Arab tribe, the Beni Helal, has been accused of playing a role in drug-smuggling to Egypt from across the Sudanese ...
Clan feud turns deadly in southern Egypt
At least 23 people have been killed in tribal clashes in Egypt's southern Aswan province after a man from one group sexually accosted a woman from another, officials said. Long-standing tensions between Bani Hilal tribesmen and the Nubian Dabudiya ...
23 people killed in clashes in Egypt
Police have sent reinforcements to Egypt's southern province of Aswan after at least 23 people were killed in tribal clashes there. Long-standing tensions between Bani Hilal tribesmen and the Nubian Dabudiya family erupted after a woman was accosted ...
Egypt: Blasts at Cairo University kill officer, wound 5
Cairo (CNN) -- An Egyptian police brigadier general was killed and five others were injured in bombings Wednesday outside Cairo University, the Interior Ministry said. Three blasts rocked the area outside the university campus -- the first two in quick ...
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Libyan gunmen free Egyptian hostages
An armed group has freed more than 50 Egyptian trucks in Libya's northeast, following a protest over prosecution of members of the group on arms smuggling charges in Egypt. The vehicles were released on Saturday, after drivers and passengers had been ...
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Armed Libyans detain 150 Egyptian trucks, drivers
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Irish teen locked up in Egypt jail fears execution
The siblings had travelled to Egypt from their home in Ballycullen, Co Dublin, earlier in the summer for a holiday. However, the four were forced to seek sanctuary in the Al Fateh mosque after violent clashes between supporters of ousted president ...