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In this Tuesday, March 26, 2013 file photo, Former presidential candidate Khaled Ali, center, chants slogans during a protest in front of the general prosecutor's office in Cairo.
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CAIRO: Prominent Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel Fattah will stand trial on March 23 for allegedly participating in a violent protest, state media reported yesterday, amid concerns the military-installed regime is increasingly stifling dissent.
Leftist presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi says he doubts Egypt's army chief will bring democracy if elected, citing alleged rights abuses since he toppled the country's first democratically chosen leader.
It took our agency to notify the Egyptian security personnel at the embassy in Washington D.C. that Hamas uses lanterns inside their tunnels... Last week Medea Benjamin of Code Pink was stopped at Cairo's airport by Egyptian security and ultimately deported to Turkey to be sent on her way home.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak speaks to American Friends of Magen David Adom at a dinner in Palm Beach.
A home-made bomb exploded in front of the Israeli embassy in Cairo on Tuesday, Reuters reported, citing security sources and the website of the local Al-Ahram newspaper.
Coordinated between representatives in Cairo, Milan and London, Zawia also produces a series of collaborative events on architecture, design and urbanism, while basing its publication in Egypt.
An Egyptian former chief of staff has said he survived an assassination attempt by unknown assailants, a claim brushed off by the Ministry of Interior as "mere elections publicity".
In this April 1, 2011 photo, activist Ahmed Douma chants slogans during a march to Tahrir Square demanding the prosecution of members of former President Hosni Mubarak's regime in Cairo, Egypt.
From Egypt to Pakistan, the whole Islamic region to India's north and west is in the process of a great churning, writes Krishnan Srinivasan The whole Muslim region to India's north and west, from Egypt to Pakistan, is in the process of a great churning, along with an extraordinary combination of ironies.
His name is Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi and by late April 2014 the highly-regarded 59-year-old field marshal could be Egypt's next president.
What happens when the United States government participates meaningfully in toppling foreign governments in the name of spreading democracy? That behavior usually results in unintended consequences and often produces disasters.
At his office in downtown Cairo, defense lawyer Mahmoud Belal chain-smokes Marlboro Reds and gulps cups of bitter Turkish coffee - fuel to help him juggle constant phone calls and pleas for help amid a vast government crackdown on dissent.