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Campaigners trying to block the Sekhemka statue from leaving the UK say they would prefer the statue return to Egypt rather than it being kept by a private owner

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A grave humanitarian crisis has further worsened, since Islamic State militants entered the Damascus Palestinian refugee camp last week

Abdel-Rahman Ahmad Selim, 4, needs a series of operations on his bladder and kidney

British Police investigate a teenage boy and girl on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts

Abdelrahman Ahmad Selim, 4, needs urgent expert surgery, say wellwishers who have launched a fundraising campaign to cover his admittance to Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children

British campaigners pledge to work hard for permanent export ban on the Egyptian Sekhemka statue.

Sekhemka statue banned from leaving UK after a culture minister intervened saying that the statue was a gift to the council in 1880

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The magazine is the brainchild of a group of imams who want to reclaim online space from radical voices

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Despite supporting the Saudi-led military action in Yemen, UK maintains that negotiations are needed to solve the Yemeni crisis

Pro-Palestine activists in the UK warn the re-election of Binyamin Netanyahu will destroy any hopes for peace between Israel and the Palestinians, given his election campaign commitments

UK strongly deplores the suicide attacks on Houthi mosques in Yemen and reiterates its support for Mansour Hadi

Huge protests are expected in the UK amid warnings of an escalation of hatred, racism, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism

For the moment, the UK Egyptian Association (UKEA) does not have to repay a disputed loan from an Egyptian businessman

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The UK Home Ministry refuses to confirm if the report, initially due to be published on Monday, will now be released before parliamentary elections in early May

Delegation of prominent British-Egyptians deliver petition to 10 Downing Street calling for a ban on the Muslim Brotherhood

The British government says it is committed to regulations issued by UN and EU on freezing potential assets of the deposed Yemeni president and two Houthi leaders

Hewlett Packard supplies technology to the Israeli military, including bio-metric scanners used at checkpoints

The event aims to discuss 'what can be done in the UK to end impunity in the UAE'

British MPs plan to interview the Turkish ambassador in London about British youngsters travelling through Turkey to join Islamic State in Syria

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