Nine people were arrested in North Sinai this week, after members of the Armed Forces made arrests and fired live ammunition to break up crowds of people from the Roumailat and Sawarka tribes who had gathered on Monday in several villages in Rafah and Sheikh Zuwayed to demand the right …
Hospitals, schools, food suppliers and gas stations in North Sinai are making preparations to deal with the massive potential humanitarian fallout from Gaza as Israel sets out plans for an escalation against Palestinians inside the besieged strip.
A Zambian court has freed five Egyptians and one Zambian after prosecutors dropped espionage charges against them three weeks after they arrived on a private plane with guns, bullets, cash and fake gold.
Espionage charges face 5 Egyptians, 6 Zambians after seizure of private jet bearing millions of dollars, weapons
Authorities are investigating five Egyptian nationals and six Zambians on espionage charges after the emergence of an international scandal revolving around a private jet loaded with millions of dollars, bars of counterfeit gold and weapons.
Mexican authorities have found 129 Egyptian nationals abandoned in a bus in the southern state of Veracruz, and said the people had signs that they were victims of human trafficking groups.
In a recent UN report, Egyptians constituted the largest group of refugees and migrants reaching Italy in May of the previous year, comprising 22% of all arrivals.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly expressed Egypt’s aspiration to strengthen cooperation with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) during the coming period, especially in light of the great importance of the migration file for Egypt, which hosts 9 million migrants and refugees.
With Sudan’s conflict now at the 100-day mark, advocacy groups are calling on Sudan’s neighbor Egypt to ease entry requirements for refugees, saying displaced Sudanese face a dire situation.
Egypt’s recent decision to require all Sudanese people entering the country to obtain a visa beforehand has put those escaping the ongoing war in Sudan in peril, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Thursday.
When rival factions began fighting across Sudan in mid-April, thousands of people crossed into Egypt to escape the air strikes and machine gun fire.