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Egypt: Court upholds ‘Hamas collaboration’ charges against Brotherhood leaders

An Egypt court has upheld jail sentences for several Muslim Brotherhood leaders on charges of “collaborating with Hamas”, throwing out an appeal even as relations between the country and the Palestinian group have continued to improve in recent months.

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Egypt to press for arrest of Sisi outspoken critic Mohamed Ali

An Egyptian court dealing with threats to national security has tasked the government with addressing the International Criminal Police Organization — Interpol — to arrest three Egyptians, including a construction contractor in self-exile, for inciting the public against the government of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.

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Dam deadlock: Where did Egypt go wrong in managing the GERD dispute for over a decade?

In 2008, the office of the foreign minister of Egypt received a cable from the Egyptian embassy in Addis Ababa warning that the Ethiopian government had begun holding serious talks with potential international partners to build a large dam on the Blue Nile to generate electricity for domestic consumption.

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Egypt postpones nuclear power plant amid tensions with Russia over Nile dam

Egypt announced the postponement of the completion of the El-Dabaa nuclear plant project to 2030 instead of 2028. Egyptian Nuclear and Radiological Regulatory Authority spokesman Karim al-Adham confirmed in statements to the Egyptian economic newspaper Enterprise July 14 that El-Dabaa nuclear plant will not be completed before 2030 due to …

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