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Egypt's once-feared police on guard against 'unseen enemy'

Cairo - Colonel Amr has forbidden his family to discuss his police work; with militants relentlessly targeting Egypt's security forces he remains perpetually on guard against what he says is "an unseen enemy".
In the Media by Haitham El-Tabei (AFP)

Six wounded, including two police, in Cairo bomb blasts

Cairo - Two bomb blasts in Cairo wounded six people including at least two policemen, the latest attacks since Egypt's Islamist president Mohamed Morsi was ousted.
In the Media by AFP

Egypt bans all Muslim Brotherhood candidacies

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt have been banned by court order from running in upcoming elections in that country.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 1 comment

Bomb attack in Cairo wounds 2 police, civilian

Cairo - Two Egyptian policemen and a civilian were wounded in a bomb attack targeting a security checkpoint in central Cairo on Tuesday, officials and a medic said.
In the Media by AFP

Al-Jazeera journalists back in Cairo court

Cairo - Three Al-Jazeera journalists were back in court Thursday over their alleged links with the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood, with Amnesty International denouncing their detention of more than 100 days.
In the Media by AFP

Egypt to try the brother of Qaeda chief Zawahiri brother

Cairo - The brother of Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri will stand trial in Egypt along with 67 others on charges of forming a "terrorist group", state media reported on Sunday.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Dangerous to be a Christian Special

2013 was a dangerous year for Christians. Many were tortured and killed, mostly by Islamists throughout the Middle East. Jesus said "love your enemy," so Christians don't usually seek revenge, making them easy targets.
Digital Journal Report by Lonna Lisa Williams - 7 comments

Op-Ed: Why it's dangerous to be a journalist

In recent years, more journalists are being killed and imprisoned for exposing truths that powerful people want to keep hidden. Is the pen really mightier than the sword?
In the Media by Lonna Lisa Williams - 6 comments

18 killed in Egypt clan fighting

Cairo - At least 18 people were killed in tribal clashes in Egypt on Saturday, security officials said, prompting police to send reinforcements to quell the unrest.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Morsi due back in court over Egypt protest deaths

Cairo - Egypt's deposed president Mohamed Morsi was due back in court on Saturday over his alleged involvement in the killing of protesters in clashes during his rule.
In the Media by AFP

Egypt police general 'killed in Cairo blast'

Cairo - An Egyptian police general was killed and an assistant interior minister wounded in twin bombings targeting security posts near Cairo University on Wednesday, police said.
In the Media by AFP

Egyptian protests continue with more planned

Cairo - Violent clashes continue between police and anti-government protesters. The clashes were in Cairo and three other Egyptian cities.
In the Media by Ken Hanly

Egypt presidential election set for May 26, 27

Cairo - Egypt's electoral commission said Sunday the presidential election will take place on May 26 and 27, 10 months after the army overthrew Islamist leader Mohamed Morsi.
In the Media by AFP

Op-Ed: General Sisi to run for president as Egypt trials involve 2,147

Cairo - As has been long expected, army chief General Sisi announced that he will run for the presidency of Egypt. In a speech in which Sisi also announced his resignation from the military, he promised "there will be no personal score-setting."
In the Media by Ken Hanly

Op-Ed: Mass trial and sentencing bring closure to Egypt's Arab Spring

Cairo - Egypt's farcical trial that sentenced to death more than 500 Muslim Brotherhood supporters and Islamists for killing a single police officer shows the extreme example of a judicial system gone berserk.
In the Media by Abdul Kuddus

Egypt's Sisi announces run for presidency

Cairo - Egyptian army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said Wednesday he had quit the military to run for president and vowed to rid the country of "terrorism" almost nine months after he toppled its elected leader.Sisi, who was also defence minister, faces no serio...
In the Media by Samer AL-ATRUSH, Tony GAMAL-GABRIEL (AFP)

Egypt's Sisi says he will run for president

Cairo - Egypt's army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said Wednesday he had quit the military to run for president, vowing to rid the country of "terrorism" almost nine months after he toppled the elected leader.Sisi, who was also defence minister, faces no serious ...
In the Media by AFP

700 Egypt Islamists in court after mass death sentences

Cairo - Around 700 supporters of Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi, including the supreme guide of his Muslim Brotherhood movement, were Tuesday due in court, a day after 529 co-defendants were sentenced to death.The trial of more than 1,200 Islamists in ...
In the Media by Sarah BENHAIDA (AFP)

Op-Ed: Egypt sentences 529 Brotherhood supporters to death

Cairo - While Egyptian security forces killed at least 500 and possibly over 1,000 pro-Morsi protesters while breaking up protest camps, when one policeman is killed 529 Muslim Brotherhood supporters are sentenced to death for his murder.
In the Media by Ken Hanly - 3 comments

529 Morsi supporters sentenced to death in Egypt

Cairo - An Egyptian court sentenced 529 supporters of deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsi to death on Monday after just two hearings, in the largest mass sentencing in the country's modern history.The shock verdict, which came amid a sweeping crackdown on...
In the Media by Sarah Benhaida (AFP)
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