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Security tightened on anniversary of Egypt’s 2011 uprising

The stepped-up security came as activists mourned the death of a female protester shot Saturday.

Exodus: Gods and Kings

Egypt bans biblical epic Exodus… says 20th Century Fox

Egypt has banned Hollywood’s big screen biblical epic Exodus: Gods and Kings said a spokesman from 20th Century Fox

A still from Happy New Year

Happy New Year releases in Egypt

The Farah Khan-helmed blockbuster Happy New Year was released in 10 theatres in Cairo, Alexandria and Obour City of Egypt on December 31, 2014


Australian journalist Peter Greste’s family hope Egypt will deport him

If they are deported, Greste will be allowed to go home and Fahmy can to go to Canada.


Mass death sentence: Egypt court sentences 188 people to death

They were also found guilty of the attempted murder of 10 other police personnel.


Ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak acquitted in 2011 protesters deaths case

The court ruled that Mubarak’s 7 ex-security commanders were innocent in the killings, during the 2011 revolution.


8 Egyptian sailors missing after port attack, says Army

Brig. Gen. Mohammed Samir said that four assault boats were destroyed and that 32 attackers were arrested.

Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi

Egypt issues law on extradition of foreign defendants

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi issued a decree on the extradition of foreign defendants.


Egyptian jihadi organisation pledges allegiance to Islamic State group

The announcement came in an audio speech posted on the Egyptian militant group’s official Twitter account.


Egypt crackdown angers people in Sinai border town

Residents say the forces dynamite several apartment buildings a day, and bulldozers flatten another 20 homes.


Bomb blast aboard Egyptian train kills 4

They say the blast took place shortly before midnight on Wednesday and that the four killed included two policemen.

EGYPT: At least 2 policemen injured, 10 injured in train blast

At least two policemen have been killed and 10 others injured in a bomb blast in a train in Egypt.

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8 convicted for alleged same-sex wedding in Egypt

An Egyptian court convicted eight men for “inciting debauchery” after appearing in an alleged same-sex wedding.


Egypt court postpones Mubarak verdict to November

Mubarak is being retried on charges of complicity in the killing of around 850 unarmed protesters during the January, 2011.


Israel seriously considered ‘military reoccupation’ of Gaza

“A full military reoccupation of Gaza was seriously considered,” Israel’s minister of intelligence Yuval Steinitz told BBC’s HARDtalk.