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Women from all corners of Egypt, and the world, gathered in Alexandria to conclude the Egyptian Women Empowerment project.
Unemployed pilots in Egypt escalate their demands of finding job opportunities, holding officials accountable for corruption
Former foreign ministry official denounces “insulting” move after Bundestag President declared refusal to meet Egyptian president, while political party head disagrees
The majority of African domestic workers in Egypt have fled their home countries due to hardships, only to find more traumatising experiences in Egyptian households
Growing need for social dialogue in Egyptian society over capital punishment, says anthropology professor Reem Saad
At least 5,500 children are missing since 2014, exposed to trafficking, rape and murder
Analyst Khaled Okasha and Sinai activist Said Ateeq present an image closer to reality in the ‘neglected’ peninsula
Religious institutions are engaged in war of ideologies to counter IS threat
AUC students demonstrate to raise awareness about the Yemen humanitarian situation
Voices from journalists worldwide on World Press Freedom Day
Diplomats continuously emphasise the “depth of historical relations”, including President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi during his speech in front of the Ethiopian parliament in March.
Residents suffer from lack of services and medical care, and isolation from basic needs
Government obstinacy against fishermen who warn that ‘in the upcoming years, Egyptians will not find fish to eat’
With Ministry of Interior officials treating him “like they were God” and negligence from the US government, Soltan has been on hunger strike for over 420 days
The multi-billion dollar new administrative hub started a debate among urban planners on the real price and revenue Egyptians are to make
10 June marks an important day in the history of the ‘battle for freedom’, says head of Press Syndicate
After airstrikes by Arab nations hit their neighbours, can enough be sacrificed by regimes across the region for any kind of joint security?
“Many innocents disappear following arbitrary arrests,” says Sinai-based politician
Egyptian law sets marriage age for women at 16, however constitution define children as under 18
Health Ministry and UNFPA raise awareness on family planning in Sohag
Defendants include 12 journalists and media workers involved in reporting August 2013’s events
By Jonathan Moremi In a surprise move of transparency the German government has disclosed a list of all the arms exports from Germany since 2002. The socialist left party Die Linke had demanded to know what arm sales had received clearance by the governments of both the social democrat Gerhard Schröder and his successor Angela …
The state does not trust young people enough to let them lead, says activist
The timing of the visit was after the Qatari Minister of Finance announced pumping Qatari investments worth $35bn into the US within the next five years
Turkey pressured for better relations with neighbouring countries, support for Muslim Brotherhood incorrect policy, according to Turkish politicians
Senior legal advisors say parliamentary law is unconstitutional
Meet the man behind the Al Jazeera, Operations Room and Cabinet Clashes cases
When asked about how the current insurgency will affect the electoral process, Hasona added that it will have a negative effect on both the voters and the candidates. “In tribal communities, discussion sessions usually take place after sunset.
“Security deliberately let crowds suffocate, attacked them, sat back and watched. I was not searched and there were about 30,000 in the stadium,” says witness
Sunday’s tragedy at Air Defence Stadium is second disaster for Zamalek fans after 1974, with Port Said massacre worst locally