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158 weapon depots destroyed on 9th day of Sinai 2018 military operation: army spokesperson

Official spokesperson of the Armed Forces Tamer al-Refeai stated on Saturday that Egypt’s Air Force destroyed 8 terrorist targets and 158 weapon depots on the ninth day of the ongoing military operation “Sinai 2018” to eliminate terrorism in the troubled Sinai peninsula.

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Human rights groups: Egypt’s presidential election is ‘neither free nor fair’

Fourteen international human rights organizations have said that Egypt’s presidential election, scheduled for March, is “neither free nor fair.”

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Sisi’s coronation and the Egyptian opposition

With the advent of the Egyptian presidential elections, the regime has embarked on a systematic process of eliminating possible candidates who could run against President Sisi.

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The State of Emergency in Egypt: An Exception or Rule?

The presidential decree issued on October 10, 2017 re-declaring state of emergency for three months, raised widespread debate. This decree was the third of its kind in 2017. Egypt has a long history of exceptional laws (the emergency law being among the most prominent of them).

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Egyptian Political Figures Call to Boycott Elections due to Undemocratic Climate

A number of political figures have called for a boycott of the presidential elections due to the absence of a democratic process hours before the end of the presidential candidacy nomination period on 29 January.

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Last-Minute Candidate Mousa Mostafa Mousa to Run in Egypt’s 2018 Presidential Elections

Egyptian politician and chairperson of the al-Ghad Party Mousa Mostafa Mousa submits his presidential candidacy papers minutes before the closure of the candidacy nomination period. 

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