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Egypt's minister of higher education says students who protested at six public universities will be kicked out by the same evening

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Sameh Shoukry discusses fighting against ISIS and supporting the Iraqi government with retired general John Allen

Ahmed Douma, who is serving a three-year sentence for breaking the protest law, has been in hospital since Wednesday to receive treatment for a severe kidney condition

Detainee, who was allowed to receive treatment in a hospital two days ago, has been on hunger strike for 256 days and his health is failing fast, says his family

The Polish embassy in Cairo advises its nationals to travel by plane if they visit Sinai

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Video from Ansar Bayt Al-Maqdis shows three beheadings, shooting of another, for allegedly giving information to Israel's Mossad and Egyptian army

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Egyptian security forces say they've seized members of an Islamic State recruitment cell in Port Said

12 militants killed around Egypt in the last week, including a key suspect in Sinai

The youth activist's health is weak after a month-long hunger strike

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Ethiopian President Mulatu Teshome insists no harm will befall Egypt from Ethiopia's new hydroelectric dam

15 Egyptians have died so far in the annual pilgrimage, which often sees deaths as a result of crowd stampedes and fatigue

Renowned TV satirist Bassem Youssef once again accused of insulting the president

62,000 Egyptian pilgrims to arrive in Saudi Arabia for this year's Hajj

A Libyan militia is demanding the release Libyan citizen Mohamed Salama

Some ministries have not yet implemented rules limiting pay in the public sector to 35 times the minimum wage

Nourhan Hafezy denies Ahmed Douma – who is in jail for breaking the protest law – has ended his hunger strike, despite his deteriorating health

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Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi says university institutions are for education and not 'malicious' activities

Judge presiding over retrial of Hosni Mubarak says deteriorating health reason for postponing verdict to 29 November

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

Officials in water authority to be investigated for negligence after popular tourist city is flooded on Sunday

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