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Italian student showed signs of electrocution - Egypt forensic source

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's forensics authority handed over to the prosecutor general's office on Saturday its final autopsy report on the Italian student who was tortured and found dead in Cairo last week.

?Italy mourns, demands truth from Egypt in slaying

Giulio Regeni's body was discovered along a road on Cairo's outskirts; Italian news reports said his toenails and fingernails had been ripped off

A Sculptor’s Dream: Interview with Lebanese director Walid Aouni

A Sculptor’s Dream by Lebanese director and choreographer Walid Aouni was recently performed at the Cairo and Alexandria opera houses. Though it is a returning work, which premiered in 2003 and throughout the years went through some modifications, Aouni never fails in surprising us with a fresh eye on art, theatre and dance. Fusing Egyptian […]

Thousands of Egyptian doctors protest over alleged police brutality

CAIRO (Reuters) - Thousands of Egyptian doctors demonstrated in Cairo on Friday in a rare protest at what rights groups call police impunity after two doctors were alleged to have been assaulted in a hospital in the city last month.

Egypt Against Possible Partition of Syria - Ambassador to Russia

Egyptian Ambassador to Russia Mohammed Badri said that Cairo backs the struggle against terrorism in Syria as well as supporting Syrian political institutions.

No Obstacles to Russia and Egypt to Cooperate on Airport Security

Cairo and Moscow have no hindrance to cooperate on airport security issue, Egypt's Ambassador to Russia Mohammed Badri said on Friday.

Cairo International Book Fair report

In Al-Ahram Weekly Nevine El-Aref reports on the recent Cairo International Book Fair, in Of books and bread.

How the U.S. Undermines Its Ability to Promote Human Rights in Egypt

Under Secretary of State Sarah Sewall deserves praise for her speech in Cairo on February 10, where she simply told the truth about the disturbing situation in President Sisi's Egypt. Instead of the wishful thinking of Secretary Kerry,...Show More Summary

Egyptian Court Rules Televised Gay Bathhouse Raid ‘Served Public Interest’

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

In December of last year, we reported that Egyptian journalist Mona Iraqi (above) had been sentenced to six months in jail for her role in a December 2014 sting on a Cairo bathhouse which resulted in the arrests of 26 men on charges of debauchery. Th… Read The post Egyptian Court Rules Televised Gay Bathhouse Raid ‘Served Public Interest’ appeared first on Towleroad.

General Motors to resume operations in Egypt

CAIRO (Reuters) - General Motors will resume operations in Egypt this Sunday, the company said on Thursday, after halting activities earlier in the week due to the country's ongoing currency crisis. "We will resume plant operations in...Show More Summary

Pro-government forces seize camp outside Yemen capital

CAIRO (Reuters) - Yemeni pro-government forces backed by Saudi-led air strikes seized control of a military camp 60km (40 miles) from Sanaa on Thursday, local officials and residents said, as troops advance toward the capital held by Iran-allied fighters.

Five years on, Tahrir Square activists look back at Egypt's revolution: 'Maybe we were naive'

Five years ago Thursday, Cairo’s Tahrir Square erupted in euphoric celebrations as hundreds of thousands of Egyptians danced, cheered, wept and fell to their knees in prayer on the night that President Hosni Mubarak stepped down after three decades of autocratic rule. Fireworks lighted the night...

Scores wounded in Egypt train crash

Train derails after crashing into concrete block on tracks south of Cairo, state media report.

Anubis, the resilient dog with no nose, finds compassion in new home

After being found in Cairo, Egypt with his nose cut off, Anubis the dog is finally getting the love he deserves. Anubis was rescued by Special Needs Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation and was lovingly brought to his new home in El Paso,...Show More Summary

Five years after Egypt’s Arab Spring: ‘We didn’t need a revolution’

2 days agoNews : BlogPost

CAIRO -- It was a day Ahmed Hassan will never forget. He was in Tahrir Square in the heart of the Egyptian capital, the nexus of the Arab Spring revolution. It was around sunset, and the crowds were dancing and reciting poetry. It was the end of President Hosni Mubarak's nearly 30-year rule. "It was the […]

Tyga Gushes Over Kylie Jenner & Son King Cairo As His Past Haunts Him

Tyga wants everyone to know that he still has it together in his personal life, even if the rest of his life is currently falling apart. The 26-year-old rapper confirmed that he’s still dating his 18-year-old girlfriend Kylie Jenner on social media. Show More Summary

Feeding unrest in Cairo: The politics of bread

A look at the ancient roots of food and the unrest simmering over rising cost of staples before Egypt's 2011 uprising.

Thousands of Academics Sign Letter Calling For Investigation Into Egypt Death of Giulio Regeni

4 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

More than 4,600 global academics have signed a letter protesting about the lack of investigation into the death of 28-year-old Italian student Giulio Regeni, whose body was found in Cairo last week with signs of torture. Regeni wentShow More Summary

Wave of Aden killings tests Gulf role in Yemen

CAIRO/DUBAI (Reuters) - The recapture of Aden by Gulf Arab coalition troops last summer has failed to provide any respite from Yemen's civil war, with residents facing a wave of bomb and gun attacks that is crippling efforts to stabilize the city.

Egypt denies police hand in Italian student's death

Interior minister rejects claims Giulio Regeni, found dead in Cairo on February 3, was arrested by police and tortured.

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