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Egypt's anti-blasphemy law has been used over the past year to target Christians, Muslims and non-believers for 'contempt of religion'

A mission compromised of 50 members is currently visiting Cairo for a week

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Doctors across Egypt staged a one-hour-silent stand over the alleged attack by policemen on doctors at a Cairo hospital last month

From tuk-tuk driver, astronaut, trained pilot, comedian Bassem Youssef, puppet TV host Abla Fahita, to former minister, police officer, and an Egyptian volunteer helping refugees in Lesvos; see the postcards of Egyptians in 2016

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A petition has been launched calling for the release of Behery, who was jailed for 'contempt of religion,' with several prominent figures adding their voices to his defence

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Officials say the new buses have been in operation for the past four days and that citizens in the city are welcoming the move

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Though many patients in Egypt are finding it difficult to obtain certain drugs, the Chamber of Pharmaceutical Industries has downplayed the extent of 'a perceived drug shortage'

Pope Tawadros's trip to Jerusalem stirred controversy in Egypt, with some arguing the Pontiff of violating a Coptic Church ban on pilgrimages to occupied Jerusalem and others saying the pope was only fulfilling personal duty

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Coptic Orthodox Church says the pope's visit is 'exceptional' to honour the late Bishop Abraham, not a reversal of its ban on pilgrimages to Jerusalem

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Egyptian national Waleed Abdel-Razzak was found severely injured following bombings outside Stade De France

Ahram Online presents a breakdown of all seven lists contesting the upcoming parliamentary elections

Researcher Sobhi Eseila stresses that all factions should be represented in the coming parliament

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Thirty extra trains have been provided by Egypt’s railway authority for travelers during the Eid holiday period this year

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People are doing all they can to survive temperatures that have peaked at 46 Celsius

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The project to extend the canal was completed in a year, and is being hailed by the Egyptian government as 'Egypt's gift to the world'

Egypt is scheduled to inaugurate the new waterway in less than 48 hours

The one-day suspension of work in north Cairo courts comes in the wake of the injury of a lawyer who was reportedly shot on the job by a police officer

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