The fighting in and around Aleppo has intensified to the point where the Red Crescent group decided to suspend some of its operations in the city
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Morsy’s 100-day campaign relying on popular and reluctant participation
Faced with a lack of other options unconditional support for the Free Syrian Army raises moral questions
Despite the presidential pardons of 572 detainees, thousands still face military trials and a legal process that is convoluted and unfair, the No Military Trials for Civilians Movement notes
Abasseya trial resumed Wednesday with little movement on Tuesday’s verdicts
Despite Sudans rejection of the South Sudan proposal, the UN and AU remain committed to resolving the crisis
Despite Sudan’s rejection of the South Sudan proposal, the UN and AU remain committed to resolving the crisis
Appointment of new prime minister highlights Egypt’s critical shortage in water, fuel and power.
This year we hope to build on that success and to offer a wide variety of prizes for everyone that participates. We have more sponsors and big names supporting us and we will be announcing more prizes today and tomorrow.
Summit will address ‘sedition and fragmentation’ in the aftermath of the Arab uprisings
US Military aid to several African nations part of the war on terror
Amidst a growing power and water problem in Egypt, discontent residents take to the streets
Group vows to push back the Islamists in northern Mali
Ramadan adds colour to Cairo, a city usually clad in the dirty brown-grey of sand and pollution.
Judge Ghassan Oueidat recommended the death penalty for 88 people involved in fatal clashes in a refugee camp in Lebanon
Constituent Assembly survives for another week, court rules lack of jurisdiction on Morsy’s decision and SCAF’s decree
Iran hopes that their time with the president will finally come at the end of next week
latest arrests for criticising the Sultan highlight government unease with dissent
Kidnappings add to the list of issues faced by already faultering tousim sector
Amidst growing tensions with Iran, Qatar upgrades defences while the US steps up military presence
The artists have chosen a myriad of mediums such as sound, web art, photography and textiles. Each work of art is a personal exploration of the artist’s thoughts and emotions.
Egyptians don’t know how to handle the environment responsibly, we don’t have the culture. And it’s not wrong to say we have a problem, we have to recognise it to solve it.
Unknowingly we all find ourselves tapping away to the rhythm, each person hearing a story which is their own. Such is the beauty of music, a common language shared by all.
The deportation of the ‘stateless’ women causes uproar among Arab rights groups in the United States.
After the bloodshed in Tremseh, alarms are raised over the possibility of a chemical weapons attack in Syria
Permanently opening the border crossing and removing the quota, would allow Egypt and Palestine to benefit from a free-trade zone
Talks to broker release of two captured cameramen have fallen apart
Syrian National Council says more ambassadorial defections possible
Sayda brought with him a set of detailed proposals outlining solutions for the Syrian crisis.
The Brotherhood’s supporters have become increasingly more cohesive and aggressive about their position over recent judiciary rulings that have fallen against their favour and civilian opponents alike