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The Press Syndicate said it was closely following up on the recent calls for the need to expand the margin of the freedom of the press.
The Giza Criminal Court sentenced five defendants to ten years of rigorous imprisonment in the case dubbed "Cabinet clashes" of 2011 on Saturday.
Egypt’s Ministry of Supply announced on Tuesday that a total of 1.8 million citizens were re-enrolled in its food subsidy program after being removed from the system over the past eight months.
Shrinking political freedoms, high food prices, growing unemployment, poverty and rampant corruption were issues behind protests in Egypt, analysts said.
The Egyptian parliament’s constitutional and legislative affairs committee voted in a meeting on Monday morning in favour of a legislative amendment aimed at exempting prosecution authorities from the stipulation that the lists of persons or entities designated as terrorist be published in the Egyptian Gazette.
Egypt's Court of Cassation accepted on Monday the appeal of eleven police officers and policemen against a 2012 court ruling of one-year suspended sentence for killing protesters during the 25 January 2011 Revolution, ordering their retrial.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi approved Monday law No. 153/2019 amending some provisions of medical profession law No. 415/1945 after it had been passed by the parliament.
The spokesperson of the Ministry of Water Recourses and Irrigation stated that negotiations on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) has reached a dead end due to the “intransigency” of the Ethiopian side.
A new round of meetings of the irrigation and water resources ministers of Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia kicks off in Khartoum on Friday to continue the talks on the technical issues around the filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
On 19 September, the official Facebook page of the “Yellow Mountain Kingdom” said the “Prime Minister” is proposing a tripartite summit with Egypt and Sudan to discuss diplomatic coordination and cooperation between Egypt, Sudan and the Kingdom of the Yellow Mountain. Neither Egypt nor Sudan has officially responded to this proposal by the newly declared “state.”
The Egyptian authorities released under investigation a number of foreign defendants who were detained during the anti-government protests on 20 September.
Egypt's Fuel Automatic Pricing Committee has reduced the price of gasoline in the local market by twenty-five piasters per litre effective Friday, the petroleum ministry announced in a statement.
Egypt’s Finance Minister Mohamed Maait has called on the state's administrative apparatus and economic and service agencies included in the state’s general budget to quickly implement the recent minimum wage increase.
Egypt's security forces uncovered a gang consisting of twenty-two criminals illegally working in archaeological excavation near the archaeological sites in Giza.
The article looks into the failure of negotiations between Egypt and Ethiopia over the Renaissance Dam conflict.
The article examines the prolonged conflict within the state apparatus regarding the latest strategies to stifle dissent.
The article reports on the disappearance of political activists amid the state’s crackdown on political opponents to Sisi’s regime.
The article analyzes Egypt’s strategy to reach a consensus with Ethiopia and Sudan over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
The article discusses how the Egyptian cinema portrays the Six-Day war.
The Journalists Syndicate proposed reforms on respecting the freedom of the press and abolishing censorship.