Egypt drops 2 places on World Press Freedom Index
Egypt has dropped 2 places on RSF's 2017 World Press Freedom Index, ranked 161 out of 180 states
Egypt bans 2 Sudanese journalists from entering the country
Egypt banned Taher Saty, from Al-Intibaha newspaper, and Iman Kamal Eddin, from Al-Sudani newspaper,
Egypt eases restrictions on importation and burning of coal, environmentalists warn of implications
Environmentalists argue the public has little information on emissions from Egypt's coal and cement factories
Court ruling obliges authorities to register children from customary marriages
A court has ruled that authorities must register children from customary marriages, and issue them birth
Kidnappings lead to heightened tensions between militants and North Sinai tribes
Tensions in North Sinai have increased after unidentified militants kidnapped two members of the Fawakhariya
One-year prison sentence upheld against 11 Zamalek Club fans, 6 released after already serving time
Of the 11 sentenced on Saturday, 6 have already been in prison for a year and were therefore released
Dostour Party member arrested in Alexandria for insulting president online
Dostour Party member Nael Hassan was arrested early on Thursday morning, charged with insulting the president
Armed Forces kills 21 militants, including senior member of IS, in North Sinai
The Egyptian Armed Forces killed 19 militants and destroyed four vehicles in an airstrike in North Sinai,
Egypt receives 2nd German military submarine
Egypt acquired the second of four German military submarines on Wednesday
Wife of jailed journalist Hesham Gaafar received phone calls from 2 men seeking LE120,000 for his release
Rights workers say these calls are worrisome whether they come from Egypt's authorities or not, and demand
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