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This is the third installment of a four-part series on the impact of militancy and counter-terrorism in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula.
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Five months ago, Wefa thought she was safe. The Syrian refugee and her family had made their way to Egypt , and though she and her husband couldn't find work and her children weren't allowed to attend school, at least the country had proven a welcome place of refuge from Syria 's war.
Police fired tear gas to disperse a demonstration by female students at Cairo's Al-Azhar university on Wednesday, as protests by supporters of ousted President Mohamed Mursi continued at several of the city's universities for a third week.
The yellow four-finger symbol associated with support for Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood made a prominent appearance at the funeral of former South African President Nelson Mandela Tuesday, as a large banner was held up behind the speaker's head while being broadcast live worldwide.
Three judges presiding over the trial of Egypt's senior Muslim Brotherhood members have stepped down after the defendants disrupted the proceedings and chanted against the judiciary.
Al-Moqataa/Al-Mehdiya - Despite the Egyptian government's deployment of additional troops to its restless northern Sinai region, attacks by Islamist militants continue, and almost inevitably civilians are being caught in the violence.
A demonstrator against Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi wears a ghost mask in front of the Muslim Brotherhood's national headquarters in Cairo's Moqattam district February 28, 2013.
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More than 170 Syrian and Palestinian refugees held since October in Egyptian police stations were released on Tuesday and granted temporary permits to stay in Egypt, a government spokesman said.
Riot police and army personnel take their positions during clashes with members of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi around the area of Rabaa al Adawiya square on August 14, 2013 .
PanARMENIAN.Net - Turkish journalist Metin Turan, a senior reporter from Turkey's state-owned TRT news station, was released pending trial by Egyptian authorities on Monday, Dec 9 morning after being detained for more than 100 days in Egypt's capital, according to Today's Zaman.
At first it was the Muslim Brotherhood. Now dozens of journalists, non-Islamist activists and students have been detained and beaten.
The leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood denied his group was to blame for violence as he appeared in court Monday for the first time since being detained following the ouster of the Islamist president last summer.
The Egyptian army Monday said that it had killed a leader of a major militant group in the restive Sinai Peninsula, dpa reported.
Human Rights Watch said the Egyptian government was sending a "dangerous message" to the Muslim Brotherhood with the sentencing of dissenters.