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Egypt - Politics
7/4/2022 9:46:05 PM
The House of Representatives — the lower house of Egypt’s bicameral Parliament — approved on Sunday a number of legislative amendments to the law regulating the fund supporting disabled citizens (Law 200/2020) that was drafted and submitted by the Mostaqbal Watan Party, which holds a majority in the House.

World - Region
7/4/2022 9:18:22 PM
The trial of 36 migrants accused of "illegally entering" Morocco started Monday but was immediately halted, lawyers said, days after a mass attempt to cross into a Spanish enclave.

World - International
7/2/2022 12:04:04 PM
Three law enforcement officers were killed and five wounded in eastern Kentucky when a man with a rifle opened fire on police attempting to serve a warrant, authorities said.

World - Africa
6/29/2022 12:28:35 PM
Ethiopia's army on late Tuesday denied that its forces executed seven Sudanese soldiers and a civilian captured in a disputed zone along its shared border, saying its troops always acted lawfully.

War in Ukraine - Military
6/28/2022 12:03:21 AM
Turkish drone-manufacturer Baykar, which has President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's son-in-law as one of its directors, offered three of its drones to the Ukrainian army on Monday.

Egypt - Courts & Law
6/26/2022 4:05:55 PM
New heads of the Egyptian judicial authorities swore a legal oath before President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi on Sunday morning, Presidential Spokesperson Bassam Rady said in a statement.

World - Region
6/23/2022 8:54:37 PM
Lebanon's lawmakers designated incumbent Prime Minister Najib Mikati to form a new government Thursday, more than a month after parliamentary elections that yielded no clear majority.

World - International
6/23/2022 6:49:53 PM
Lawmakers investigating last year's attack on the US Capitol were set Thursday to lay out Donald Trump's efforts to turn the Justice Department into his "own personal" law firm in his bid to overturn his election defeat.

World - Region
6/23/2022 3:50:14 PM
Iraq's Parliament is set to hold a session Thursday to vote in replacements for 73 lawmakers who resigned earlier this month. The collective walkout by followers of Iraq's most influential Shia politician threw Iraq into further uncertainty, deepening a months-long political crisis over government formation.

World - International
6/22/2022 9:32:04 PM
US President Joe Biden on Wednesday called on Congress to suspend federal gasoline and diesel taxes for three months, an election-year move meant to ease financial pressures that was greeted with doubts by many lawmakers.

World - International
6/22/2022 1:22:45 PM
Sri Lanka's debt-laden economy has ``collapsed'' after months of shortages of food, fuel and electricity, its prime minister told lawmakers Wednesday, in comments underscoring the country's dire situation as it seeks help from international lenders.

Egypt - Courts & Law
6/16/2022 10:31:04 PM
Egyptian authorities released on Thursday a new group of pretrial detainees – eight men and two women – accused of “disseminating false news affecting the country's national security,” Lawyer Khaled El-Masry said.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
6/16/2022 9:02:32 PM
The Al-Azhar Observatory for Combating Extremism (AOCE) called on Thursday for countries to enact laws that guarantee the protection of Muslims and mosques and criminalise Islamophobia.

World - Africa
6/15/2022 10:21:51 PM
Somalia's President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud appointed lawmaker Hamza Abdi Barre as the country's prime minister on Wednesday, with the new premier facing a host of challenges including a looming famine and an Islamist insurgency.

Egypt - Courts & Law
6/14/2022 7:31:46 PM
Prominent human rights lawyer Khaled Ali announced on Tuesday the release of 10 pre-trial detainees who had been imprisoned on charges of joining a terrorist group, publishing and spreading false news and statements.

World - Africa
6/14/2022 11:45:15 AM
In one of Uganda's poorest and most lawless regions, anxious mothers clutch bone-thin infants in a malnutrition ward, terrified their child could be next to succumb to starvation in Karamoja.

Egypt - Courts & Law
6/13/2022 6:38:11 PM
The Egyptian authorities have released 15 pretrial detainees, including Islamist activist Magdy Korkor and producer Moetaz Abdel-Wahab, human rights lawyer Khaled Ali wrote on Facebook on Monday.

World - International
6/12/2022 10:25:58 AM
French voters are choosing lawmakers in a parliamentary election Sunday as President Emmanuel Macron seeks to secure his majority while under growing threat from a leftist coalition.

World - Region
6/11/2022 7:08:28 PM
Hundreds of people and several lawmakers protested Saturday in southern Lebanon against Israel moving a gas production vessel into an offshore field partly claimed by Beirut.

World - International
6/11/2022 5:14:46 PM
Thousands of people were expected to demonstrate across the United States on Saturday for tighter firearms laws to curb devastating gun violence plaguing the country, where Republican politicians have repeatedly blocked reforms.

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