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Egypt
Ali, who has filed a lawsuit against Egypt's controversial protest law, is the latest high profile figure to join a temporary hunger strike in solidarity with 'political detainees'
A sister company of a US-based cyber-security firm will begins using a new system that allows greater penetration of social networking sites
Al-Watan Party has exited the major support bloc of deposed president Morsi, less than a month since another party left the group
April 6 Youth movement announces that 30 of its members have joined the nationwide hunger strike against the protest law
The UAE has been a strong backer of Egypt since the ouster of Mohamed Morsi last summer, giving over $3 billion in aid plus fuel shipments
Mohamed El-Fiyad from Mansoura governorate was found on the El-Qurayat highway in El-Darg city, a security source says
Two-hundred and sixty-nine people, including prominent activist Ahmed Douma, are accused of attacking the cabinet building and the Scientific Institute in downtown Cairo during clashes in December 2011
An interior ministry source says four 'terrorist cells' formed by Muslim Brotherhood members were arrested in Damietta, Alexandria, Daqahliya and Ismailiya
Egypt's cabinet has refuted reports that amendments will be made to the controversial protest law  
The Ministry of Health has launched a website to coordinate treatment for Hepatitis C with a drug recently purchased from the US

El-Sisi is set to discuss bilateral relations and the Grand Renaissance Dam

Prominent activist Ahmed Douma who is currently on a hunger strike demanded that the court's judges panel step down

Cabinet expected to approve amendments to protest law at a meeting on Thursday; activists hopeful law changes could lead to retrials of political prisoners

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Egypt's prosecutor-general earlier released over 100 students on similar charges ahead of the start of the new academic year

While the relocation of street vendors means less traffic, many sellers now find themselves in a difficult predicament

The summer heat is peaking, meaning Egyptians are forced to deal with power shortages - and all the problems that come with them

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