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Egypt Christian family feeds hundreds of Muslims during Ramadan

22 May, 2018

A Christian Egyptian family is organising daily feasts for hundreds Muslims marking the holy month of Ramadan, when Muslims fast from dawn to dusk.

Building a virtual political party for Egypt

07 May, 2018

Comment: In a police state where freedom of speech is severely restricted, encryption technology provides a platform for organising away from prying eyes, writes Amr Khalifa.

Egypt refers 555 to military court on terror-related charges

07 May, 2018

Egypt’s chief prosecutor has referred 555 terror suspects to a military court on charges of joining a local affiliate of the Islamic State group.

A cabinet of kleptocracy in Sisi's pseudo-parliament

23 April, 2018

Comment: In Egypt's recent election Sisi was simply re-anointed as president without any fuss, but the ghosts of the revolution will persist, writes Sam Hamad.

Egypt extends state of emergency by three months

15 April, 2018

Egypt's state of emergency has once again been extended, close to a year after the deadly bombings of two Coptic churches in Cairo.

Egypt sentences 36 to death for Coptic church bombings

11 April, 2018

A string of bomb attacks on Coptic churches in Cairo, Alexandria and the Nile Delta city of Tanta between 2016 and 2017 killed more than 80 people.

Egyptian literary pioneer Ahmed Khaled Tawfik passes away

04 April, 2018

Egyptian novelist Ahmed Khaled Tawfik has died aged 55, a writer with a vision who transformed contemporary Arab literature.

Dancing and smoking shisha, international 'observers' praise Egypt's elections

28 March, 2018

A video that surfaced on Facebook showed an international delegation visiting Egypt dancing to the sound of traditional music with locals and smoking shisha.

Egyptian voters 'cajoled and bullied' into polling booth

28 March, 2018

As voter turnout dwindles at 7 percent in some areas, Egyptian authorities have deployed an array of tactics to mobilise voters, from cash incentives to intimidation.

Sinai residents suffer, a month into Egypt's military campaign

13 March, 2018

Sinai residents are hungry, short of medicine and infant formula as Egypt's military campaign to oust an Islamic State group franchise drags on.

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