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Death toll ranges from 20 to 100 from conflicting Muslim Brotherhood and Ministry of Interior accounts
Clashes are still on-going between rival protesters, despite a massive police and military deployment.
Muslim Brotherhood refuses calls for reconciliation on grounds of the “current government’s illegitimacy”
Lowering prices would be an effective way to increase sales
Two dead and at least seven injured in recent attacks in Sinai
Media coordinator: Those who left believe that its goal has been met
El-Beblawi also expressed his concerns over the country’s fuel supply situation.
Sherif Adel’s weekly look at Egypt’s events.
A shipment of Grad rockets have been found by security forces en-route to Cairo
Shi’a MP Abbas Al-Madi was at his home in the town of Deir, near the capital Manama, during the early Monday attack that left parts of his house damaged and burnt.
The rate of births per 1,000 citizens was reported at 25.7 in 2006, increasing to 31.9 in 2012, while the rate of deaths per 1,000 citizens also increased slightly from 6.3 in 2006 to 6.4 in 2012.
Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia approved a $5bn in aid to Egypt, according to Reuters.
Front holds presser holding Morsi responsible for “instigating violence”
Fund set up to commemorate Morsi’s ouster, help finance country’s ailing economy
Families consisting of five or more individuals would obtain one and a half kilograms of beans and three bags of pasta.
Outgoing environment minister: New technology for clean coal will be presented to new minister
Over 180 sexual assault cases reported in Tahrir Square in less than a week; Amnesty International condemns assaults
Speculations are growing that the international corporation may want to rely on Deneve’s expertise in the luxury goods sector to help launch the rumoured iWatch.
Mr President, Because of you, Shar’aia (legitimacy) and Tamarod (rebellion) are currently gearing for a face-off on the streets of Egypt on 30 June. Only a year after Egyptians elected you, their first civilian president, calls have spread over the last two months for your removal. A year ago, Egyptians flocked to ballot stations to …
Demonstration called by Islamist parties and movements continues into Friday night
A joint statement calls on Egyptians not to abandon the original goals of the 25 January revolution
Al Faraeen Channel was shut down Thursday night, Ministry of interior denied rumours about arrest of owner Tawfiq Okasha
Brotherhood, Al-Jamaa Al-Islamiya meet to discuss Friday protests, which are designed to “support the president and reject violence”
The Muslim Brotherhood blames Tamarod for attacking party offices and a mosque, while Tamarod accuses Morsi supporters of attacking them
6 April co-founder taken into custody by police at Cairo Airport on return from the US, charged with incitement
Hesham Qandil’s cabinet reshuffle was finalised on Tuesday, bringing nine replacements to his previous council of ministers
Jabbeur Mejri and his co-defendant Ghazi Beji, who fled abroad, were sentenced in a closed hearing in March 2012 to seven and half years in jail
The president also invited citizens to ask him questions on Twitter
Police maintain presence at the cathedral after a day and night of teargas and two deaths
In a statement published by the official KCNA news agency, he North Korean army said Thursday it had final approval to launch “merciless” military strikes on the United States