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Middle East Feud Looms Over Jailing of Egyptian Woman
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CAIRO — Confined to a tiny windowless cell without a mattress or a toilet, denied visitors and held in solitary for months on end, Ola al-Qaradawi is being subjected to harsh treatment even by the grim standards of Egyptian prisons. Ms. Qaradawi, 55 ...
Rights groups blast Egypt's human rights record
International rights organisations have gathered in the French capital to highlight Egypt's human rights abuses, as Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is set to arrive for a two-day visit. Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, Reporters ...
Egypt's human rights record casts a shadow on Sisi's visit to France
Egyptian-French historical, contemporary relations
France: Stop Ignoring Egypt's Dire Rights Record
Egypt destroys arms convoy crossing border from Libya
CAIRO — Egypt's military targeted an arms convoy crossing the border from Libya, destroying vehicles loaded with weapons and explosives, and killing militants, a military spokesman said Monday. The airstrikes come a few days after authorities ...
Egyptian Air Force Says Strikes Arms Convoy at Libya Border
Egypt destroys arms convoy crossing from Libya
Egypt hits suspected militants smuggling arms from Libya
Egypt disputes reported death toll from desert shootout - BBC News
Authorities say reports which said that 50 policemen had died in an ambush were "absolutely wrong".
Egypt authorities challenge Reuters on casualties in western desert attack
Militants attack Egypt police, dozens killed: sources
Sophisticated militant ambush in Egypt's Western Desert indicates ...
Egypt says destroyed arms convoy crossing from Libya
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's military says it has destroyed eight vehicles loaded with weapons, ammunition and explosives, and killed militants in the western desert, after they crossed borders with neighboring Libya. The air attack comes a few days after ...
Chechnya is still persecuting gay men. So is Egypt, and Azerbaijan, and Indonesia, and…
Homosexuality is not outlawed in Egypt, but apparently this was too much for the conservative country: by October 6 57 people had been arrested in the country's largest crackdown on the LGBT+ community. The Chechen purge, it should be said, began after ...
Is Egypt's security crackdown working?
Egypt's police force have suffered their largest death toll after an attack in the Sinai Peninsula. A convoy of police and security forces were ambushed in the Egyptian desert. They were following a tip-off about a possible hideout of an armed group ...
Dozens of Egyptian police are killed in raid on suspected militant base
54 Egyptian police killed in ambush, officials say
Dozens Of Egyptian Police Killed In Desert Shootout
'Lucky donkey' sold and moved from Egypt to Switzerland
The "Lucky donkey" is a trending hashtag in Egypt as well as “Saqqara donkey” and the reason is rather strange. A group of Swiss tourists visited the Pyramids and coincidentally saw an Egyptian man beating his donkey leaving marks on his body.
Hydro-economics: Egypt, Ethiopia and the Nile
Water ministers from Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia have gathered last week to discuss how Africa's largest hydroelectric dam will affect water distribution and access to the Nile. The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is 60 percent complete and has ...
Final Blow in Egypt's anti-LGBT Crackdown Is on the Horizon
Ahmed Alaa sits in an Egyptian detention center, awaiting trial. Last week his remand was extended by 15 days. Alaa was among those arrested in September for waving a rainbow flag at a concert by the Lebanese rock band Mashrou' Leila. Waving the flag ...
Gay Dating Apps Issues Warnings, Tips to Persecuted Users in Muslim Egypt