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A car accident in Giza's Remaya Square leaves four conscripts dead and an officer injured
62,000 Egyptian pilgrims to arrive in Saudi Arabia for this year's Hajj

Egypt and Libya plunged in an annual rating of good governance in Africa released in London on ...

Defendants still to face trial on charges of torching police cars in Aswan after Rabaa dispersal last year
Nourhan Hafezy denies Ahmed Douma – who is in jail for breaking the protest law – has ended his hunger strike, despite his deteriorating health
The four defendants are appealing their two-year jail sentences and LE50,000 fines for violating the protest law
Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi says university institutions are for education and not 'malicious' activities
Interior ministry claims protesters arrested were Ultras Ahlawy, while the pro-Morsi "Students Against the Coup" group claims its members stormed Tahrir Square in a flash protest
Turkey's president speaks out against Egypt's leader for the second time in a week - drawing sharp response from foreign ministry  
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Ibrahim Mahlab says the Cabinet does not intend to delay parliamentary elections, which will be held before the end of the year

Officials at the Islamic university are taking steps to prevent a return of last year's on campus violence between students and security forces

A Libyan militia is demanding the release Libyan citizen Mohamed Salama

The defendants - 150 supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi - will be detained as trial pushed back to January

Ousted president Mohamed Morsi accused of collaborating with foreign groups - especially Hamas - to commit terrorism in Egypt

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