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Hamdeen Sabbahi plans presidential run Ahram Online, Wednesday 11 Dec 2013 Nasserist leader Hamdeen Sabbahi says he will run for president in next year's poll Hamdeen Sabahi, who came third in last year's presidential poll, has said he will stand again in elections expected in summer 2014.
An Egyptian judge halted the trial of leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood on Wednesday after they shouted slogans and refused to cooperate with the court.
An Egyptian convert to Christianity who sued the government for permission to change his religion on his ID card reportedly was arrested last week on "bogus" charges of inciting sectarian strife.
The home of Shadi el-Menai, said to be a founder of the jihadist group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, lies in ruins in North Sinai AL-ARISH, 11 December 2013 - Hani Ayesh, a resident of al-Arish, in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, was on his way to work when his bus was struck by a rocket or missile launched by militants targeting a nearby army vehicle.
CAIRO: Egyptian urban consumer inflation soared in November to its highest annual rate in nearly four years, increasing the risk of social unrest and potentially serving up a policy dilemma for the central bank.
Saudi fears about Egypt's chaotic politics were validated, in their view, with the Muslim Brotherhood coming into power in the country's first ever free elections and thus setting 'unhealthy' standards for the region The recent visit to Egypt of a Russian delegation, including its foreign and defence ministers, Sergei Lavrov and Sergei Shoigu, is ... (more)
Egypt's best-known diplomat said Tuesday that a constitution drafted by a 50-member panel he chaired offered unprecedented guarantees for democracy, individual freedoms and gender equality.
Rights groups urged Egypt's army-backed government on Tuesday to investigate mass killings of protesters by security forces during the dispersal of Muslim Brotherhood sit-ins in August after Islamist president Mohamed Mursi was deposed.
Egyptian tycoon Naguib Sawiris, whose family controls the Orascom corporate empire, said he would invest $1 billion in Egypt in 2014 and warned that urgent measures were needed to save the economy from collapse, reported Reuters.
One year ago when I visited Cairo there were thousands of bearded Islamist salifis gathering in Tahrir Square and a Muslim Brother, Mohamed Morsi, held the presidency after winning a fair election.
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"The Square," a film that follows activists in Cairo's Tahrir Square following the 2011 overthrow of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, won the award for best feature documentary for 2013 on Friday from the International Documentary Association.
Shady political types, police abuses, corruption at the heart of the state: "new" topics tackled in Egypt's popular soap operas are far removed from traditional family sagas and classic comedies.
The U.S. defense secretary tells Marines in southwestern Afghanistan that a possible congressional budget deal could ease the automatic spending cuts that have hit the military hard.
Cairo was the symbol of President Barack Obama's policy in the Middle East. Now, it might also be the symbol of its failure.