Latest in Egypt Highlight
Latest in Egypt
Women’s council accuses government of using religion to discriminate against women
A school teacher decides to teach two of her students a lesson for not wearing the veil
Morsy rejects insulting Tantawi and Anan, leads to firing editor-in-chief
Ahmed Zuweil, Essam Sharaf, Tarek Amer, Nile University, Zuwail City for Sciences, Nile University sit-in
Claim is equivalent to emergency law
Teen released after serving three-quarters of military sentence.
Several political movements voice disapproval of the polls
As the doctors’ strike continues, doctors in the Sinai Peninsula object to lack of security.
A popular committee to address workers’ grievances was formed on Wednesday, including Ahmed Mahmoud, secretary of the Freedom and Justice Party and Ahmed Abdel Raheem, member of the Shura Council.
Schedules marches for “Egypt is not a manor” Friday protests.
“The marches are not a liberal socialist movement anymore; they become a national socialist movement,” says former deputy head of the Justice Party.
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Protests aimed at the draft constitution may not be necessary because of the upcoming Administrative Judiciary Court hearing which may yet dissolve its second assembly.
Blogger, accused of insulting Islam and Christianity, likely to spend more time on remand.
Activists are now contacting international groups via Facebook.
FJP seek majority in next parliament
Opposition parties detail plans for Friday demonstrations
Assembly struggles to pass constitution before dissolution.
Thirty cases have been filed against the controversial television host.
Doctors admit strike is losing momentum.
Governor attempts mediation between workers and company.
Chairman refuses articles which they say limit their jurisdiction.
Interior Ministry did not respond to request for security clearance.
UN special envoy for Syria visits Cairo.
Israeli military patrols increased in Sinai.
A day after a crackdown against protesters with disabilities, the minister of interior met with representatives of people with disabilities.
Word to word translation of the proposed draft of the Egyptian constitution
The published draft allows security forces to detain suspects for a month.
Ahmad Fathi Sorour is wanted in connection with an investigation on his personal wealth.
The newly-founded union set a number of goals it wishes to achieve.