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United Nations experts, human rights groups, legal analysts, and others have all pointed to flaws in the trial proceedings, case evidence, abusive treatment in detention, and other aspects of the case that raise serious doubts about the convictions. The alleged motive for the murder has also been criticized as dubious, with swirling alternative theories about why the bishop was killed.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi has denied any intention to remove subsidies on basic products, adding that the state allocates 275 billion Egyptian pounds for subsidy in the general budget every year.
Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi is keen on fostering cooperation with Somalia and providing the sisterly African nation with all forms of support, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly told his Somali counterpart Mohamed Hussein Roble on Monday.
Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi has stressed Egypt’s interest in strengthening and supporting cooperation with the United States in various fields, especially at the security and intelligence levels in light of the spread of the threat of terrorism and extremism.
A statement by the Egyptian Embassy in Cairo quoted Ambassador Motaz Zahran as saying that Egypt and the US in September will lead 18 allied nations in a joint military exercise across air, land, and sea. The exercise aims to promote security and peace in the Middle East, the embassy’s tweet added
Egypt has called for forming a new government in Lebanon to end what it called "the series of consecutive crises", a statement by the country's foreign minister said on Sunday, a few hours after a fuel tank exploded in the Levantine country.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi said on Tuesday Egypt is looking forward to strengthening ties with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and exploring further cooperation prospects in a way that contributes to achieving both countries' interests.
The Egyptian-UAE military drills "Zayed 3” wrapped up in the UAE on Saturday, the Egyptian Armed Forces announced.
In a meeting with Iraqi Minister of Defense Lieutenant General Juma Inad Saadoun in Cairo, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi said the country wants to bolster cooperation with Iraq in all fields.
In a statement on Thursday, the Arab Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives said the Egyptian parliament supports the measures recently taken by Tunisian president Kais Saied to stabilise the country and secure the aspirations of the Tunisian people.
Egyptian authorities continued, on Wednesday, to open the Rafah border crossing to allow passage of the stranded and humanitarian cases on both sides, in addition to aid and reconstruction materials into the Gaza Strip.
Egypt’s real GDP growth is projected to jump to five percent in the current FY2021/2022 — which starts on 1 July and concludes on 30 June — and to hit 5.5 percent in FY2022/2023, according to Fitch Solutions.
Egypt’s net international reserves (NIRs) inched up slightly to 40.6 billion US dollars by the end of July, up from 40.5 billion US dollars in June, the Central Bank of Egypt announced on Wednesday.
Plans for pumping Israeli natural gas to Egypt for liquefication for re-export were discussed by Egypt's Petroleum Minister Tarek El-Molla and Israel's Energy Minister Karine Elharrar on Monday.
The Egyptian government agreed on Saturday to pay 340 million Egyptian pounds (around 21.7 million US dollars) to buy back Tanta Flax and Oil Company, over seven years after a deal to privatize the company was voided in the courts, a source told Mada Masr.
The Egyptian Armed Forces announced late on Thursday the killing of thirteen terrorists from takfiri groups in an exchange of fire during counter-terrorism operations in central and northern Sinai.
The article examines how Egypt has been dealing with the Renaissance Dam crisis over the past thirteen years.
The Official Gazette published the decision of the Cairo Criminal Court to include members of the Muslim Brotherhood and defendants in Case No. 3/2021 on the “terrorists list” for the next five years.
In this interview, Syndicate leader Gamal Othman discusses the returning of Tanta Flax & Oil Company to the state’s possession after a deal to privatize the company over the past sixteen years.