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El-Zend, who replaces a minister dismissed over classist comments, also has a record of controversial remarks and stances

Journalists and other employees launched a partial strike and are threatening to institute a full strike by the end of the week if their demands are not met

Activist Shaimaa El-Sabagh was shot by a policeman at a peaceful protest, causing local and international outcry

224 pilots submitted resignations on Wednesday over objections to a newly-issued financial bylaws

Smart cards aim to curb smuggling, and monitor consumption towards future rationing, minister tells Ahram Online

President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi launched the fund in 2014 to create projects to bolster the economy

Move stirs debate over whether future posts by activists and journalists will have legal consequences

The warning follows a complaint from Al-Azhar that the show has attacked the fundamentals of Islam

During a visit by the state's human rights body, prisoners say they were severely beaten, faced solitary confinement and not allowed basic rights of food and toilets

To date, no women have been appointed as judges in Egypt's criminal courts

An alleged leaked communiqué from the Cabinet to the agriculture ministry orders Brotherhood loyalists and sympathisers to be hunted down

Leaders of Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia announce on Monday from Khartoum a tentative solution to disputes over Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance dam

Sharm El-Sheikh summit draws initial investment deals of up to $60 billion, as well as $12.5 billion in Gulf aid

Ahram Online follows day two of the EEDC; Suez development project to cover 500 square kilometres and include three major economic zones

El-Sisi opens Sharm conference for development; four Gulf countries pledge $12.5 billion in aid to Cairo; international leaders declare support for Egypt in war against terrorism

Four parliaments have been disbanded in the last 30 years over unconstitutional elections laws

Prominent human rights lawyer Abu Seada tells Ahram Online his forecast is based on the president's promise on Sunday to release a group of 'unjustly imprisoned Egyptians'

The 25 defendants have been sentenced in absentia to 15 years in jail for an unauthorised protest in 2013 and are facing a retrial

Ahram Online looks at cases of Egyptian truck drivers held by gunmen for ransom, Coptic Egyptians abducted and murdered in Libya since October 2013

Egyptian private dollar accounts held up to $3.5 billion between 1988 and 2007, according to leaks

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