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Hundreds of protesters gathered in the Tunisian capital Tunis on Sunday to demonstrate against previously announced austerity measures, commemorating, at the same time, the seventh anniversary of the country’s democratic transition of power. State security forces set up blockades in front of entrances to Habib Bourguiba Avenue, where many people in Tunis rallied at the …
The victim’s family has accused police of torturing him to death, while the official narrative says he was arrested at a brothel
Military vehicles surround Tahrir Square, state of emergency announced in hospitals
25 January and 30 June were not revolutions because we haven’t done anything differently since, says ex-Tamarod founder
Daily News Egypt reviews decisions and circumstances which led to former president Mohamed Morsi losing popularity in one year
Only 7% of reported violations on agricultural lands were resolved by the ministry
Court heard last defence arguments in Al-Azhar University protests case
Gamal Ziada writes from jail: “I saw death. I blame human rights groups’ silence”
Four policemen and four civilians were wounded Saturday
Judge says panel needs more time to rule on case
Alaa and Gamal Mubarak, former interior minister Habib Al-Adly, six close aides and fugitive businessman Hussein Salem also face court verdicts
Party calls on the Muslim Brotherhood to “recognise reality”, while Brotherhood-backed Anti-Coup Alliance calls for 3 July protests
Ruling coincides with expressions of concern from international human rights groups over human rights in Egypt, including refugees’ rights
AFP – Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb urged Libyans to fight a rogue general who is pressing an offensive against Islamist militias in the country’s east, labelling him an “enemy of Islam”. Last month, ex-general Khalifa Haftar unleashed forces from his so-called National Army on Islamist militias in Benghazi in a campaign dubbed “Operation Dignity”. …
Those who do not participate in political life run risk of being ruled by someone who does not represent their interests, says interim president
A medical source said the bodies of four people were brought to hospital in the town. Three of the dead were “soldiers” but it was not clear from which force.
The Grand Imam of Al-Azhar shared his thoughts on revolutions in the Middle East, west and east relations, student violence and the tribal crisis in Aswan
Shedding its guerrilla tactics to fight alongside an army
Egyptians know now what it was like to watch the Tahrir Square uprising in 2011 from outside of the country – because the same kind of media attention was recently projected on Ukraine. This country, which hasn’t been the subject of monthly breaking news for a while – let alone daily breaking news – has …
How would the man who ignited the Arab Spring view his unintended legacy?
Monday marks the start of the 17 February Revolution, when angry residents of the eastern city of Benghazi took to the streets to protest against Gaddafi’s four-decade rule.
Now the movie of Tahrir Monologues has been released the project will continues with new stories from the 18 days of the revolution.
D-CAF presents an Algerian play that discusses the concept of self-immolation, corruption and the human spirit
Opposition groups call for ‘popular revolt’, civil disobedience to bring down regime, ex-militias.
Mourners gathered at Omar Makram mosque in Tahrir Square at noon on Monday for the funeral of two men killed in the latest wave of clashes.
Ankara’s move came after the Syrian state news agency SANA reported on Saturday that a flight ban has been imposed on Turkish flights.
The jailed Shiite medics called their action “The Lost Justice,” and have stopped taking food and medicine.
Contractors say it will be the biggest camp for displaced Syrians in the country
Egyptian president meets heads of state and addresses the UN General Assembly
Clashes between Shi’a and Sunnis in Yemen leave at least a dozen dead