The son of Egypt’s former president said Tuesday that he and family members were innocent of corruption charges made in international courts after the country’s 2011 popular uprising.
Egyptian children are being recruited to fight for pro-government militias in the North Sinai where …
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Sister of leading pro-democracy British, Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel-Fattah refuted late on Monday evening an official claim that her brother had not been on hunger strike at the notorious Tora maximum-security prison.
About 300,000 tonnes of Ukrainian wheat booked by Egypt’s state grains buyer for delivery in February and March is yet to be shipped, with one cargo stuck in port and four others still to be loaded, four traders said.
Amid the stalled direct negotiations between the parties to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) crisis, Ethiopia recently announced foiling cyberattacks aimed at obstructing the works at the dam.
Rights council requests transfer for imprisoned activist Alaa Abd El Fattah to site with better health facilities
Chair of the National Human Rights Council Moushira Khattab requested on Tuesday evening that imprisoned activist Alaa Abd El Fattah be transferred to an alternative site of detention with superior health facilities.
Wheat prices rose significantly today following India restricting wheat exports — a move that could affect Egypt in particular.