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Beit Madkour remains threatened with demolition
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Cairo governor gives one month for a solution to be found to save the inhabited 19th-century building
The students, who all protested a death at the university in March, have been accused of assaulting the university's chairman and guards
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Former Guidance Bureau spokesperson Mahmoud Ghozlan is believed to reside outside Egypt
A video of a Saudi religious policeman shouting at a veiled woman and barring her from entering a ...
Board chairman, editor-in-chief and senior editor of Al-Bayan news website referred to criminal prosecution over publishing false news
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President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday accused the New York Times of meddling in Turkey's affairs ...
An Air France flight from Paris was escorted by U.S. fighter jets to New York's John F. Kennedy ...
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Human rights lawyer Maheinour El-Masry is also detained pending retrial in the 2013 "Raml police station" case
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The party's Reform Front has accepted a first step towards reconciliation, but on certain conditions
Sudanese security forces seized the Monday print runs of nine newspapers and suspended the publishing ...
Rebel forces and loyalist fighters were locked in fierce fighting in Yemen on Monday as hopes of a ...
Region
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The recent Camp David Summit aimed at allaying Gulf fears about Iran. But indications are it achieved.....
Egypt
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A number of Egyptian political parties have said that they will prepare reports about the successes and.....
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Increasing evidence of the use by Boko Haram of females as suicide bombers spurs fears that the militant.....
Ziad Bahaa-Eldin
The way in which the cabinet secretariat amended, 5 May, part of Egypt's new and troubled investment law sets a dangerous precedent that should be addressed, even if the change was necessary
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Ahmed El-Sayed Al-Naggar
Mubarak was tried and convicted for the simplest crime committed during his rule. Far greater crimes — especially a slew of corrupt privatisation deals — remain and should be accounted for
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Hani Shukrallah
Amid the present furore over what is Islam, we should recall something important: the Egyptian Revolution was not anti-Islamic or pro-Islamic, but non-Islamic, aimed at breaking the police state/Islamic state duality
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Manchester City's influential midfielder Yaya Toure will stay at the Premier League club, according to his agent, ...
Lille on Monday named two-time African Cup of Nations-winning coach Herve Renard to replace Rene Girard as manager of ...
Zamalek are sitting first on the table, well clear of arch rivals Ahly and well placed to win their first title since 2004
The mosque of Aytmish El Bagassi near Islamic Cairo was inaugurated after restoration
Ministry of Antiquities denies claims by activists that the Apis Bull of Hadrian has been damaged during transportation
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The ministry defends itself against accusations of having "destroyed" the Al-Abd Theatre archeological site, discovered in 2012 during building work in Alexandria
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The video, titled 'Let Go of My Hand', has been viewed 600,000 times in less than a week
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Five people were found dead on a Mediterranean beach
Heatwave likely to continue until Thursday
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A Tunisian corporal shot dead seven of his comrades on Monday before himself being killed, the defence ministry said, ...
Rebel forces and loyalist fighters were locked in fierce fighting in Yemen on Monday as hopes of a political solution ...
Saudi Arabia's Shia minority prepared a mass funeral Monday for the victims of a mosque bombing that authorities described ...
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Egypt's Carbon Holdings hopes to conclude a $4 billion debt financing with export credit agencies to back its $7.4 ...
An Egyptian government official on Monday denied a local media report that a project for Dubai-based builder Arabtec to ...
When the tax was implemented last month, it was blamed for a simultaneous drop in stock turnover and value
With less than a month remaining before the beginning of Ramadan, TV channels have already revealed some information on the series scheduled to be screened during the holy month
The 69th edition of the Festival d’Avignon will take place between four and 25 July
Jacques Audiard's Sri Lankan refugee drama "Dheepan" on Sunday won the Palme d'Or, the top honor of ...

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