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The 25-year-old parliamentarian Nagua Alba, who is of Egyptian origin, led the first procedural session of Spain's Congress of Deputies on Wednesday

The Free Egyptians Party says it referred one of its MPs for investigation for joining a pro-Sisi parliamentary coalition

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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Giving no clear reason for his decision, the popular TV host says he suspended his political talk show in respect for his audience

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Less than a week after withdrawing from the coalition, the young party announces its return to the bloc

Satirist Bassem Youssef is still the king of twitter not only in Egypt but also in the rest of Africa in 2015

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As Britain releases report connecting the Brotherhood with violence, the banned group splits after a move to dismiss its official spokesman

Meet the people Egyptians found most interesting to google in 2015

See the events that captured the attention of Egyptians in 2015

Ahram Online takes a look at the so-called ‘celebrity constituency’ in Agouza and Dokki and the attention given to its controversial candidates

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Ahram Online looks closer at the tragedy of the Mecca stampede that claimed many hundreds of lives, with the official death toll continuing to rise

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The wall was demolished as part of a Tahrir Square renovation plan

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12 people were killed and 10 injured when Egyptian security forces attacked a tour group in the desert, mistaking them for terrorists

A prominent Egyptian TV show hosted guests claiming that Egypt is the target of a 'world supreme council' capable of using asteroids as weapons

Mounir Megahed, the former head of Egypt's nuclear plants authority and a one-time anti-Mubarak activist, was excluded from the Dabaa nuclear plant project for 'security reasons'

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Boats owners initially refused to leave, while it is unclear where they will go now. Their evacuation comes as part of development plans for the Nile area

The presidential yacht was the first ship to cross the Suez Canal in 1869, and will be the first vessel to pass through the new extension on Thurdsay

Contradicting earlier statements by Cairo governor over the future of the Maspero Triangle area, Minister of Urban Development Laila Iskander insists that no residents will be forcibly displaced

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