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The Supreme State Security Prosecution extended the imprisonment of eight defendants, who were deported from the Gulf to Egypt, for 15 days pending investigations over accusations of their joining a terrorist group established contrary to the provisions of the law and the Constitution.
Magdy Malak reflects on the scope and power of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and bemoans the lack of any real opposition parties that are able to compete with the ruling National Democratic Party.
Tunisians vote on Sunday in the second presidential elections since the 2011 uprising to determine the successor of the late Mohamed Beji Caid Essebsi [Muhammad al-Bājī Qā’id as-Sibsī], who died in January of this year. While a diverse group of 26 candidates representing various factions of...
Summary: The Arab-European Forum for Dialogue and Human Rights, a rights group based in Geneva, has filed a complaint with the Complaint Processing Committee of the OHCHR in Geneva against Qatar because of its “support for and funding of terrorist groups.” The organization filed the complaint...
On April 17, 2019, Tunisian humanitarian activist Ms. Rekaya al-Hafi [Ruqaiyya al-Ḥāfī] met with Mr. Laurens van Doeveren, Libya expert of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This meeting had been prepared by Cornelis Hulsman of the Center for Arab-West Understanding. It was attended by Mr....
The city of Shaykh Zūwayd has witnessed last Tuesday a terrorist incident where a suicide bomber blew himself up in the main market of the city.
Ayman Naṣrī, head of the Arab- European Forum for Dialogue and Human Rights in Geneva, has given his sincere condolences to families of the victims of the terrorist attack that took place in front of the National Cancer Institute.  He expressed his condemnation of the attack, which resulted in the...
Egypt condemned the terrorist bombing that targeted the city headquarters of the Somalian capital Mogadishu last Wednesday, causing the death and injury of numerous people and officials of the governorate.
A New Zealand force entered in Syria, to carry out a search for the "New Zealand nurse" Louisa Akavi, whom the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) announced to be among its three kidnapped officers in Syria in 2013.
The leaders of the protesters in Sudan decided on Sunday not to recognize the Transitional Military Council and to reinforce the demonstrations. The Sudanese workers' union, which leads the protest movement in the country, announced on Sunday the suspension of negotiations with the junta since...

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