Egypt's Sisi pardons 100 prisoners, including Jazeera journalists
The Al Jazeera journalists, Canadian Mohamed Fahmy, Egyptian Baher Mohamed and Australian Peter Greste, were sentenced to three years in prison in a retrial last month for operating without a press license and broadcasting material harmful to Egypt.
Egypt Pardons Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed, Al Jazeera Journalists
2 Al-Jazeera journalists pardoned, released in Egypt
Egypt's president pardons 2 Al-Jazeera journalists ahead of visit to United ...
France Says Egypt To Buy Mistral Warships
PARIS — French President Francois Hollande said Wednesday Egypt had agreed to buy two Mistral warships which France built for Russia before scrapping the sale over the Ukraine crisis. The deal is the second big military contract this year between ...
Egypt agrees to buy warships built for Russia from France
Egypt buys 2 warships from France, 2nd big military purchase
France to sell Egypt two warships previously contracted to Russia
Egypt pardons 100 prisoners including three journalists
I have been working on a charter in the prison cell to introduce to the Egyptian journalism syndicate and to the presidency in Egypt to improve press freedoms for both, Egyptian journalists and foreign journalists working in Egypt.” The three men were ...
Bodies of 8 Mexicans killed in Egypt return home
MEXICO CITY (AP) — The bodies of eight Mexican tourists killed in a mistaken attack by Egyptian security forces earlier this month have been returned to Mexico. Mexico's Foreign Relations Department says the bodies arrived on a commercial flight ...
Bodies of eight Mexican tourists killed by Egyptian forces are returned home
Bodies of Tourists Killed in Egyptian Desert Attack Sent Back to Mexico
France is selling Vladimir Putin's warships...to Egypt
The Elysée palace announced Wednesday that it will sell the two Mistral-class helicopter carrying assault ships to Egypt instead, in a move that will ease the pressure on France's public finances but raise eyebrows among its allies. France had agreed ...
Canadian journalist pardoned in Egypt
Canadian Al-Jazeera English journalist Mohamed Fahmy, right, listens to his lawyer, Khaled Abou Bakr in Cairo, Egypt, Monday, June 1, 2015. The Canadian journalist imprisoned in Egypt on widely-denounced terror charges has been pardoned by the ...
Egypt condemned over human rights record in northern Sinai
The government has evicted 3,200 families over the past two years and razed hundreds of hectares of farmland and thousands of homes in its bid to destroy smugglers' tunnels connecting the Gaza Strip with Egypt's northern Sinai peninsula, the rights ...
Egypt 'demolishes thousands of homes' for Sinai buffer zone
Egypt Destroying Far More Homes Than Buffer-Zone Plan Called For, Report Says
Rights group says civilians harmed in Egypt's Sinai campaign
Egypt OKs radar quest for queen's crypt in Tut's tomb
The Egyptian Antiquities Ministry granted preliminary approval for the use of a non-invasive radar to verify a theory that Queen Nefertiti's crypt may be hidden behind King Tutankhamun's 3,300-year-old tomb in the famous Valley of the Kings, a ministry ...
Official says Egypt approves radar for Nefertiti tomb quest
Nefertiti mystery: Egypt approves radar tests on Tutankhamun tomb
Egypt Reportedly Pardons Political Prisoners Including Human Rights Defender ...
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“Releasing human rights activists and other prisoners in Egypt is long overdue, and is a rare glimmer of good news in widespread repression. The move suggests that Egypt isn't impervious to international pressure, and the United States and other ...
Egypt: Prisoner pardons a relief but little more than token gesture
Two Al-Jazeera journalists pardoned by Egypt leader are freed
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt released two journalists for Al-Jazeera English TV from prison after a presidential pardon on Wednesday, a dramatic development in a case that has been widely condemned by human rights groups and international organizations.