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On the second day, summer school participants were privileged to learn from a member of the European Parliament, Bas Belder. 
Why Egypt? I don't know if it is because of the air or the water, but it always reminds me of Turkey.  When I came here, that was my first time abroad and I was sure that it would be different from other experiences.  I have heard many interesting things about Egypt. Such as its culture, history....
Independent sources confirmed to al-ʿArabiyya (al-Arabiya) news channel that Turkish security forces summoned members of the Muslim Brotherhood, who were involved in violence in Egypt, for investigation.
The Egyptian government still remains silent about developments in the case of Italian researcher Giulio Regeni, after an Italian court setting a session on 14th October to start the trial in the absence of four Egyptian officers accused of kidnapping and torturing Regeni in early 2016.
The UN Security Council encouraged Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia, at its meeting, to resume the negotiations over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) through African Union-led mediation, with a view to finalizing the text of a mutually binding and acceptable agreement on operating the dam as...
Counselor ʿUmar Marawān, Minister of Justice, responded to Ibrāhīm ʿĪssā’s request, regarding the abolition of the religious field on national ID cards.
The lawyer Najīb Jibrāʾīl Mīkhāʾīl, a representative of the Coptic Orthodox Church has brought a lawsuit against the Ministry of Interior calling for the removal of religion from the National Identity Card.
Lawyer Najīb Jibrāʾīl, legal adviser to the Coptic Orthodox Church and head of the Egyptian Union Organization for Human Rights (EUOHR), filed a lawsuit on Wednesday August 25, 2021, to the Administrative Court demanding the Minister of Interior and the Civil Status Sector to remove the religion...
The Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development (ECHRD) condemned the terrorist attacks of the Taliban on the cities of Afghanistan, which have resulted in the deaths and injuries of thousands of civilians. As the Taliban took control of the capital, Kabul, 241,000 people were forced to...
Why do we often talk about Copts and the 1952 Revolution? Was the revolution at that time against the Copts as a religious sect, as if we still lived in the Ottoman confessional system? Was the revolution against the interests of the feudal and capitalist class of the Copts alone?  Do we measure...

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