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This report provides an overview of different human rights organizations in Egypt and th
The Chargé d’Affaires of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, Stuart Jones, said that the United States is calling on Egypt to play a leading role in the Middle East by opening its forthcoming elections to international observers who can guarantee the transparency of the election process.
Pope Shenouda III, the Pope of Alexandria and the Patriarch of the Sea of Saint Mark was consecrated a monk on July 17, 1954 under the name Antonius al-Syriani. On the occasion of the golden Jubilee of his consecration, a large number of bishoprics and churches published paid advertisements in...
‘Abd al-Jawwād Abu Kabb has finished a scenario of a comic political film about the parliamentary performance of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Egyptian Minister of Interior, Habīb al-‘Adlī toldDr. Ahmad Kamāl Abu al-Majd, the Deputy Head of the National Council for Human Rights that all detainees who were proven to represent no threat to society will be released.
The fifth term of the People’s Assembly has come to an end. Its last sessions tackled a sundry of political issues, which signal a real political change the country is to witness during the coming period. Most important is the need for a law that prohibits the imprisonment of journalists
As parliamentary elections loom, several NGO’s have applied for permission to monitor the polls.
Arms trading is the only suspect that no one paid attention to in the recent incident at Al-Kosheh, although it was behind every incident to threaten the security and safety of citizens and the country, and although the bats of darkness [the terrorists] used them [the firearms] to kill around 1500...
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