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Egypt’s approach to threats in Sinai: What’s really going on?

The killing of 12 army personnel in an attack that targeted a checkpoint in Sinai was as shocking as similar attacks that took place in other parts of the peninsula for it proved that the threat is far from over and raised questions about when it possibly could be.

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Egypt seeks to crack down on killings by police

The involvement of Egyptian police officers in three murder cases in 2016 — in addition to a long list of accusations of bribery, verbal and physical abuse and harassment — have people comparing the current regime to that of ousted President Hosni Mubarak.

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Can new police force halt Egypt’s rising divorce rates?

A number of Egyptian members of parliament have proposed a draft law to create a so-called family police to deal with family issues and marital disputes and address the growing cases of divorce. This sparked a heated debate among parliamentarians and a number of specialists concerning the draft law’s significance …

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