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Tunisia protest

Tunisia protests corruption amnesty law

Hundreds of Tunisians have poured into Tunis’ streets to protest a controversial law offering amnesty to corrupt businessmen and politicians. The bill was introduced by the president over the summer.


Suspects in Austrian migrant tragedy appear in court

A Hungarian court has ordered four men arrested over the deaths of 71 migrants found in a truck in Austria to be remanded in custody until 29 September . Police believe the suspects are part of a people smuggling gang

Emad El-Sayed

Get angry, but don’t deny the motherland

We are the people. We have a right to object and accept. We are the ones who never settle for any less for their motherland. We waited and waited for the motherland to live with pride. We are most entitled to have every official kneel before us, asking for our satisfaction and acceptance. We will not turn …


US joins German Ford bribe investigation

A German investigation of bribery at a Russian port now includes US authorities. Employees of automaker Ford and haulier DB Schenker are accused of paying bribes to expedite freight to a St. Petersburg car plant

Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry met Saturday with foreign correspondents based in Egypt to discuss what the Ministry feels is misguided coverage of the country and terror attacks.

(Photo Foreign Ministry handout)

Press freedom under scrutiny

Proposed law sets two years in prison penalty for publishing news that contradicts official statements on terrorist attacks