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The General Prosecution renewed the detention of 55 accused in Al-Kosheh events. The investigations stated that the investigators have been investigating 39 injured, 17 officers and 124 witnesses. They have also investigated 110 complaints that were presented by 92 citizens. The prosecution ordered...
... There were a good number of people with interests - inside and outside - messing with many things, and dealing with what happened in Al-Kosheh as spoils to be taken, even if they had to start more fires in it!
Father Gabra’il Abdel-Messih defends himself against accusations that he has used weapons. At the time of killing he was not in Al-Kosheh, but he was in Sohag meeting with two great security leaders to whom he was complaining about the burning of the commercial shops and them being exposed to...
The counselor Maher Abdel-Wahed, the attorney general, continues to pursue the investigations, which are being made by high state security prosecution into the tragic incidents in Al-Kosheh village in Sohag and Dar Al-Salam district. The prosecution team listened to the testimonies of 45 Christians...
The Country’s security prosecution ordered the arrest of 59 suspects in the Kosheh incidents, including the Coptic priest of the village. The head of the State Information Service confirmed that Pope John Paul II, the Pope of the Vatican will be visiting Egypt on the twenty-sixth of next month.
An interview with Ibrahim Shukry, the 83 year old head of the Islamist Labor Party on al-Koshh and the place of Coptic Christians in Egypt.
This RNSAW was not only delayed because of the tremendous amount of extra work due to the killings in Al-Koshh but also due a decision of the South Cairo Court on January 2, 2000 to sent the wife of the editor of the RNSAW for one month to prison for an offense she never committed. The court...
The birds of darkness have returned to flap their wings once again, in an attempt to stop the wheel of progress in this country [of Egypt]; the occasion is the draft of the new Personal Status Law, that tries to lift some burdens off the Egyptian woman. Last week was the rage week of extremists,...
The reactions of the "Gama’at al-Islamiya" on the death of terrorist Farid Kedwany and his three assistants by security forces in Omrania are still flowing. There are fear Gama’at violence might return.
In the first major shoot-out in the capital since 1996, four militants were shot dead during a police raid in a Pyramids Road slum district.

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