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Egypt’s seat in counterterrorism forum slammed as ‘tone deaf’

The decision to award Egypt the role of co-chair of the Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) has been sharply rebuked by the head of the Egyptian Revolutionary Council, Dr Maha Azzam. In a letter to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, Azzam appealed for the decision to be reconsidered in …

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Union of Sinai Tribes: documented attacks show downturn in North Sinai militant activity in recent weeks

In late November and early December, militants attempted at least two attacks in North Sinai, one in the east and one in the center of the governorate, according to the Union of Sinai Tribes, a contingent of tribes fighting against the Province of Sinai. The union said it killed two …

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The Facebook Papers: Saudi and Egyptian companies involved in domestic worker trafficking network

In internal investigations last year, Facebook documented how its platforms were being used by a Saudi recruitment agency in collaboration with an Egyptian marketing company to facilitate a labor trafficking network in the Middle East that exploits women to work as maids, according to documents obtained by Mada Masr.

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