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Gaza protests escalate after deal to ease blockade fails

19 September, 2018

An Egyptian-brokered ceasefire was reached in August after one of the biggest flare-ups in violence between Israel and Hamas since the 2014 war.

Al-Masry's gifted Gazan: This week in Middle Eastern football

19 September, 2018

Also: the Saudis go on a sacking spree, and Middle Eastern football giants come to a head in the Asian Champions League.

Gulf states using Israeli spyware to target activists, minorities

19 September, 2018

Israeli-made spyware is being used by Gulf states to crack down on dissidents, a new report by Citizen Lab has revealed.

Cyprus, Egypt to sign deal for offshore gas pipeline

18 September, 2018

Egypt's oil minister said the deal was a "win-win" for not only the two countries, but also for Europe's energy security.

Image of Egypt's Mubarak appears after death rumours

18 September, 2018

A social media account supportive of ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak has shared an image of the ageing ex-leader days after unconfirmed reports circulated of his death.

Amnesty International calls Egypt an 'open-air prison' for critics

18 September, 2018

In the five years since the Egyptian military overthrew a democratically-elected government, Sisi's regime has launched the largest crackdown on critics in its modern history

Thriving trade in pirated reads vexes Moroccan bookshops

18 September, 2018

Trade in cheap, illegal copies of literary works is booming in Morocco.

Former Qatar premier says Saudi crown prince 'dangerously misguided'

18 September, 2018

Qatar's former prime minister has said the powerful Saudi crown prince has been badly advised by his close ally the UAE, leading to dangerous decision-making.

Italy urges Egypt's Sisi to solve Regeni case

18 September, 2018

Regeni, a graduate Cambridge University student who researched trade unions in Egypt, was 28 when he disappeared in Cairo on 25 January, 2016.

Five years after Sisi's coup: Soul searching, resistance, division

17 September, 2018

Comment: Both Islamist and secular leaders have reason to consider how their actions or non-actions contributed to the collapse of Egypt's democratic experiment, writes Daniel Brumberg.

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