Armed groups target Endowments Ministry imam in North Sinai
The killing of an imam under the purview of the Endowments Ministry by armed groups in Arish marks a
Sisi ratifies Tiran and Sanafir agreement, cedes islands to Saudi Arabia
Sisi ratified the maritime border demarcation agreement that cedes sovereignty over Tiran and Sanafir
UN and international organizations condemn death sentences against 6 people in Egypt
The United Nations Commission for Human Rights said Egyptian authorities must halt death sentences against
5,200-year-old rock inscriptions discovered in Luxor Governorate
Jano Charbel | A joint expedition of archaeologists from Yale University and the Royal Museums of Art and History was
Report: More than a thousand civilians currently held in notorious military prison camp
More than a thousand civilians are being held in the Galaa military camp, home to a notorious prison
Update: Prosecution orders the release of leftist activist Kamal Khalil on LE2,000 bail
Leftist activist Kamal Khalil was arrested from his home on Thursday and interrogated without his defense
Ancient Egyptian gold workers’ tomb excavated on island in Sudan
An ancient tomb reported to contain the mummified remains of at least 12 Egyptian gold workers has been
10 US senators urge Trump to pressure Sisi to annul Egypt’s new NGO law
It is not clear whether such calls will be supported by the US government in terms of US aid to Egypt
Rights activist Abdel Hafiz Tayel released on LE20K bail after questioning in ongoing NGO case
Tayea is the latest rights worker to be charged with receiving foreign funding with the purpose of harming
Court reduces sentence of police officer who killed Shaimaa al-Sabbagh from 15 to 10 years in prison
Sentence reduction for officer who killed a protester during a peaceful rally to mark the fourth anniversary
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