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Parliament overwhelmingly approved on Monday a new law governing the operations of non-governmental organizations to replace a 2017 law currently in place.
Egypt's parliament–the House of Representatives–voted Monday in favor of approving a new NGO law.
Egypt’s High State Security Prosecution released on Tuesday Malak al-Kashef, a transgender woman and activist, pending investigation into charges of aiding an illegal group and publishing news on Facebook that is punishable by the law.
Egypt’s court sentenced on Monday fourteen people to prison, in terms ranging from three to twenty-five years for joining the ISIS.
The parliament's fifth convocation sessions will be broadcast live to keep citizens abreast of what is going on inside, Parliament Speaker Ali Abdel-Aal said.
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi issued on Monday Presidential Decree No. 230/2019 considering as a public utility al-Arish port and all its facilities, except military sites used for national defense purposes.
Speaker of the House of Representatives Ali Abdel-Aal announced on Monday the conclusion of the fourth convocation of the first legislative term.
Leading figures across the trade union movement in Britain have thrown their weight behind a campaign in solidarity with journalist Hisham Fouad and lawyer Haitham Mohamedain who have been detained by Egypt’s military regime on trumped up charges.
During the rule of former President Husni Mubarak and under current President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the Egyptian government has appealed to its conservative base by positioning itself as a moral authority, instituting laws and upholding social norms that arbitrate what may be accepted as the “nation’s values.”
In a depressing human rights landscape in that country and the region overall, Mada Masr shines bright as one of the few beacons of hope.
Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Myron Brilliant, the executive vice president and head of international affairs at the US Chamber of Commerce, discussed in Cairo on Monday cooperation between the United States and Egypt, the Egyptian presidency said in a statement.
Egypt has participated in a two-day meeting of a liaison strategy group of the anti-Daesh Global Coalition, which wrapped up on Sunday in Washington.
A delegation of Libyan MPs has arrived in Cairo to participate in the meeting organized by the Egyptian national committee entrusted with helping Libyans reach a political solution.
Previous governments were reluctant to reform the subsidy system for fear of stirring up social unrest. However, Egypt in its agreement with the IMF committed itself to lifting the subsidies gradually so that fuel is now to be sold to customers at its cost price at the beginning of the current fiscal year.
Egypt is gearing up to receive increasing number of Algerians and Senegalese fans hungry for a win at the African Cup of Nations final. The match is scheduled for Friday in Cairo as fans bid farewell to one of the continent's most prestigious tournaments.
Security forces have expanded the house demolitions of alleged terrorism suspects following a spate of attacks on security checkpoints in residential areas in Arish in late June.
A suicide bomber killed two people in Egypt's restive North Sinai region on Thursday, a day after four headless bodies were found there.
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights launched a campaign on Christian women’s inheritance rights in Egypt.
Khaled Fahmy writes about the six-day war and Israel’s contested narrative.
The article discusses the developments in the Egypt-Ethiopia dispute over the Renaissance Dam.
Kuwaiti authorities deported eight Egyptians linked with the Muslim Brotherhood.
Mada Masr sheds light on how Egyptian soccer fans behaved during the Africa Cup of Nations.
The video tells the struggle of al-Waraq residents amid the government’s development plans on the island.
Masr al-Arabiya discusses the impacts of the state’s minimum wage policies on Egyptians from Nasser to Sisi.
The Egyptian transgender activist Malak al-Kashef was released after being held in prison for 135 days over joining terrorist group charges.
Al-Nadeem Center released a report on crimes perpetrated by the Egyptian authorities including violence and torture cases during the first half of 2019.
The article examines how the anti-harassment unit in Cairo University, which was launched in 2014, is raising awareness on the importance of preventing sexual harassment in Egypt.