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Latest in Egypt
Was the low turn-out of August 24 protests expected?
The demonstrators, which numbered about 5,000 at the peak of the protest, were out protesting against President Morsy and the Muslim Brotherhood.
In northern Cairo, about 200 protesters gathered near the presidency
Al Dostour Chief Editor to be freed soon, says Morsy’s spokesman, Yasser Ali
As the day of planned protests approaches, different political figures outline their views of the event
In an attempt to enhance foreign ties, Morsy is set to visit Iran, China and the US
Dostour Editor-in-Chief remanded in custody while case adjourned on “insulting the president” charge
47 days before the end of his 100-day plan, Morsy still has a long way to go
Political movements and factions stand divided regarding their participation in the 24 August protests against the Brotherhood
Party chief calls those on the left fragmented, irreligious, elitist, arrogant failures
Regional governors to be appointed by president Morsy soon, says the presidential spokesperson
Revolutionary socialists reject $4.8bn IMF loan, criticise Lagarde visit to Egypt
Activists to stick “the women’s carriage is for women only” posters
Released military prisoners didn’t receive presidential pardon, says the No Military Trials movement
Maariv claiming Knesset is worried about Egypt breaching the Camp David, “No Comment” remains the common phrase
DNE speaks with Ahmed Khairy, the official spokesperson for the liberal Free Egyptians party
Controlling the unauthorised removal of ancient artifacts is an ongoing challenge for the state
Al-Menofiya governor, the Health Minister taken as hostages by Al-Menofiya residents
Al-Dostour Party takes action in the streets, holding “No Harassment” awareness campaign
Meets with tribal leaders, vows Rafah attack culprits will be named soon
Morsy orders the release of more civilians imprisoned through military trials
Development plans aim to settle large swathes of Sinai as agricultural zones
Burning trash blamed for gas pipeline fire
Office of the President confirms Morsy will hold on to temporary powers
With El-Teiby’s withdrawal, the Constituent Assembly loses another member that does not belong to Islamist parties or groups
Sheikh Islam is not member of the Azhar Fatwa Committee, nor is he a member of the Islamic research compound
El-Roweiny is now the sixth member of SCAF to leave the political scene
Of the 14, eight were convicted in absentia.
The promotion of Medhat Ghezy to Chief of Military Justice suggests that the practice of subjecting civilians to military trials will not be subject to radical change under President Morsy’s tenure.
The Revolutionary Socialists founded the Ayzeen Naeesh (We want to live) campaign