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The incidents in Al-Koshh have been controlled after the number of victims increased to twenty dead and thirty-five injured. The conflicts between the inhabitants have also resulted in the burning of two cars and destruction of thirty-three shops. A responsible security official of the Ministry of...
Eight individuals were killed and nineteen injured in the riot incidents witnessed by Al-Koshh village and Dar Al-Salam city in Sohag yesterday evening.
The Ministry of Interior announced the death of eight individuals in the incidents witnessed by Al-Koshh village in Sohag yesterday. The ministry’s press release said that some criminal and riot instigation elements have intentionally aggravated the reactions between Moslems and Christians that...
Disagreements in the village of Al-Koshh in Sohag were renewed yesterday. Some citizens exchanged gunfire from the roofs of houses due to financial disagreements. Abdel-Messih Mahrose and his daughter Samia were killed, and eight citizens were injured. Security forces moved to the scene to handle...
In a press release yesterday morning, the Ministry of Interior said that the police station of Dar Al-Salam in Sohag has received a report about gunfire exchanges from the roofs of a number of houses in Al-Koshh village. The gunfire exchange was between the relatives of the two sides of the fight...
A responsible security source from the Ministry of Interior announced that a clash took place in the main street of the village of Al-Koshh in Sohag governorate. The source made it clear that the clash was between Fawzy Awad Ahmed Hussein and Rashid Fahim Mansour. The clash was due to some...
Minister of Justice Farouq Seif Al Nasr announced on 18 October the names of four judges who would form half of a committee to organize elections in the lawyers’ syndicate.
Recent arrests of Muslim Brotherhood members appear linked to the government’s decision to allow lawyers’ syndicate election to take place.
The interior minister on 16 October announced the arrest of 20 leader of the banned Muslim Brotherhood in the biggest crackdown on the conservative Islamic group in four years.
A reader protests in a letter to the editor about a lady researcher who "ventures to speak of prophets disparagingly by denying their miracles which are mentioned in the Holy Qur’an as ungrounded."

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