Reem Gehad 's Articles

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's prison authority rejects claims of insufficient medical care, as former Islamist MP buried in his hometown in Sharqiya

Efforts are still ongoing to take out the capsized barge after it sunk in the Nile, sparking fears of contamination

Prominent lawyer Azza Soliman, who says she was a witness and did not participate in the protest, is now a defendant accused of demonstrating without a permit

The prosecution also referred members of the Socialist Popular Alliance Party, who organised the march, to criminal court for violating the protest law

Egypt is facing mounting militant threats locally and regionally, but some fear that terrorism in a new law issued Tuesday is defined too broadly

Some young detainees are turning to creative activities to bear witness to what they perceive as their unjust imprisonment

Egypt's forensic medicine authority was unable to determine whether or not the defendants were involved in homosexual acts

The two policemen were released on bail on Saturday

The attack left 12 people dead, most journalists, and sparked worldwide fury

Two young men carry out a street experiment in the capital of Egypt, one of the most difficult cities to live in in the world

Islamist and revolutionary groups will hold separate protests against a verdict that cleared Hosni Mubarak of any role in the killing of protesters during the 2011 revolution

Station under Tahrir Square has been closed since August 2013 - putting a strain on other central stations and millions of passengers daily

Muslim Brotherhood says it will not recognise the 'coup' and will not accept reconciliation

The outlawed group says leaders of 'the coup' are responsible for a 'security failure'

Ahmed El-Darawi, a former Egyptian police officer, reportedly joined ISIS and carried out a suicide attack in Iraq in May 2014

Egyptian government expands reach of foreign funding article in penal code; changes could mean death penalty in some cases for public servants and could also place more restrictions on work of NGOs

Levison Wood becomes the first person to succeed in completing a long journey along the Nile River and is celebrated in Egypt

Zagazig University students in the Nile Delta call for the release of their 23 detained peers following clashes on the university campus last week

Women have long been active within Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood but this hasn't translated into leadership roles within the group, which remains hierarchical and male-dominated

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