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Advocates for Mustafa Kassem worry he could meet the same fate as Mohammed Morsi, the first elected leader in the Arab world, who died in a courtroom Monday.
The deposed Muslim Brotherhood leader now faces a retrial.
Amidst the background of a violent conflict that is destroying Yemen, the UAE seeks to prove to the world that the wealthy emirates are capable of more than just spending billions of dollars to create a first-rate military with advanced weaponry.
Baher received an additional six months in prison. The state news agency MENA said that extra time was handed down because
The car bombing wounded 30 people, including 8 policemen, near a state security building and courthouse in a Cairo suburb.
It said Sabalan later flew to Doha and met with Al Jazeera news editor Ibrahim Hilal and a senior Qatari intelligence officer
On that Wednesday, Egyptian security forces raided two largely peaceful sit-ins, one small and one filled with thousands
RIGHTS CONCERNS Thousands of Egyptians opposed to the army's ouster of Mursi last year joined rare protests in cities and
If Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is expecting the United States to deliver the $1.3 billion in annual military assistance without any delays or restrictions, he may be in for a "rude awakening," as Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Robert Menendez said during a hearing on Egypt earlier this month.
CAIRO -- Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, the former military chief expected to win this week's presidential elections in a landslide
El-Sissi, who often speaks publicly of his own piety, has slammed the notion of an Islamic state touted by ultra-conservative
4. Egypt’s military tries former President Mohammed Morsi 2. Venezuelan protests continue to build steam The government of
Upon hearing this criticism of Sissi, a man in the shop buying bait turns around and screams. "Why are you refusing Sissi
Much of the Egyptian population, fueled by very real fears of insurgency, is supporting the military and its "fight against
The crisis of power is troubling, especially when it comes to tackling some of the world's most serious threats. There are a great -- and mounting -- number of issues that require collective international action.
Ammar fears joining that group, yet he cannot bring himself to stay underground. Egyptian police fire water cannons on Nov
The two states' shared economic and security interests have created an unusual dynamic that permits both to extend an open hand, as well as a clenched fist.