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Ibrahim Al-Senoussi: Sisi regime culpable in the death of Akef

Ibrahim Al-Senoussi, a counsellor to Sudanese president and former Secretary-General of the Sudanese Popular Congress Party, criticised the government of Egypt over the death of Mohammed Mahdi Akef, a former leader of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Will Egyptian government embrace the Muslim Brotherhood?

Conflicts within the Muslim Brotherhood led Sept. 13 to violent clashes between advocates and opponents of the intellectual revisions carried out by the group in Fayoum prison. Similar clashes had broken out Sept. 2 in the same prison located in the Fayoum governorate, southwest of Cairo.

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US: Egypt’s ‘human rights schedule continues to deteriorate’

The US administration has accused the Egyptian government of failure to investigate human rights violations committed by the security forces, protect minorities, or granting access to US observers into the Sinai, according to a State Department memo cited by the Associated Press.

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Egypt-Israel relations ‘at highest level’ in history

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the first time in public on Tuesday. The meeting came ahead of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, in what Egypt said was part of an effort to revive the Palestinian-Israeli diplomatic talks.

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Bright Star 2017 raises capabilities of Egyptian-US troops on terrorism combat: Army Chief of Staff

Egyptian Armed Forces’ Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Mahmoud Hegazi, and acting ambassador of the United States to Egypt, Thomas Goldburger, witnessed on Wednesday the final stage of the Egyptian-US military exercise “Bright Star 2017,” that included a shooting project, implemented by mechanical and armored elements as well as special …

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Rafah under fire: Closed roads, a communications blackout and shortages of basic necessities

“The city is on the brink of a food and medicine crisis … store shelves are laden with dust instead of food and other basic products. This is in addition to the complete electricity blackout and shortage in cooking gas cylinders, which, when found, are sold at exorbitant prices,” Ibrahim …

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Pain, torture and alienation

Human Rights Watch recently published a report exposing the use of “systematic torture” by Egyptian security forces. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of sexual violence, electric shocks and stress positions. Sadly, the report confirms what is already common knowledge amongst the vast majority of Egyptians.

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