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Thousands gather in front of Tahta public hospital, forensics team has done post-mortem examination
Shots have been fired at a shopping center in Munich. Police believe that several people have been injured and may have been killed. The police operation is ongoing.
The state of emergency has been extended in order to continue counter-terrorism measures
Afghan asylum seekers in Germany say the recent terror attack in Würzburg could further delay their asylum applications and trigger a backlash against them. They urge not to be painted with the same brush.
Indonesian police say they detained a Frenchman who trespassed on a military base while playing the augmented reality game “Pokemon Go.” The governor of Jakarta has said the game could be used to boost tourism.
Anonymous gunmen attacked a police officer and two of his aides in Fayoum on Saturday
Khedr, 66, was charged with joining an illegal group and protesting
The divide separating police and citizenry in both societies, as well as the political cost of police violence, continue to expand. Why are citizens being killed rather being protected?
Security sources say incident will be investigated
Prisoner was transferred to Mansoura General Hospital to receive medical care
The victims have been identified as brigadier general Ahmed Kamal Mahmous, 49, and conscript Kirollos Wahib Fahmy, 21.
This comes amid a string of other attacks that have taken place in recent weeks
The defendant was subjected to three military trials and was penalised 459 times in his 17-year-long career in the police force
Saudi authorities have arrested 19 people, including 12 Pakistanis, in connection with Monday’s terrorist attacks. No group has claimed responsibility for the coordinated attacks that left seven people dead.
Mortar shell “mistakenly” attacks civilians’ house in Rafah
The nun was in a car accompanied by two other nuns and a female doctor when the crossfire took place
Boat reported to have sunk after hitting bridge, bodies yet to be recovered
Family and human rights organisations accuse Ministry of Interior of medical negligence and “slowly killing political prisoners”
In a different incident, an explosion killed a police conscript and injured three others in Al-Arish
The government has undertaken unprecedented measures in support of the rallies celebrating the anniversary of the uprising
Move as part of the ‘Regeni amendment’ is first pressure act with regards to unsolved murder of Italian researcher
Liliane Daoud’s lawyer said that her house was raided so that authorities could deport her from the country
Police in Turkey have violently broken up an LGBT rally in Istanbul. The incident has served to polarize Turkish society even further, Seda Serdar writes.
Turkish riot police have fired rubber bullets and tear gas to break up a march staged by the LGBT community in Istanbul. Anti-gay protesters and apparent Islamists have also reportedly been arrested.
The IED targeted a police vehicle and killed a police officer and injured a police corporal, sources say
Anonymous gunmen attacked their houses, says Interior Ministry
Investigations are still ongoing into the reported assault, says Lawyers Syndicate head
An initial forensic report for the victim stated that the he died from a gunshot wound to the chest.
Al-Sisi clearly stated that the law will be amended to serve issued verdicts, particularly the death penalty and life imprisonment
Three suspects killed, deputy head of Damietta Security Directorate wounded in police raid