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2015-08-16 Egyptian president imposes strict new anti-terror laws Cairo
2. 2015-01-01 Egypt retrial for al-Jazeera three Cairo
D. 2014-11-29 Egypt anger as Mubarak cleared Tahrir Square, Cairo
4. 2014-11-20 FGM: Doctor and father cleared in landmark trial Aga, Egypt
F. 2014-03-28 Egypt detainees allege torture Egypt
6. 2013-12-22 Egypt jails three leading activists Egypt
7. 2013-12-07 Court frees pro-Morsi protest women Cairo
8. 2013-11-28 Prison sentences for women as Egypt clamps down on protest Alexandria, Egypt
J. 2013-11-24 New Egypt protest law condemned Egypt

Egypt retrial for al-Jazeera three  Cairo: Egypt's top court has ordered a retrial of three al-Jazeera journalists jailed on charges of spreading false news   Egypt anger as Mubarak cleared Map of Tahrir Square Egypt  Cairo: Egyptian police have used tear gas to disperse protesters angry that charges against ex-President over killings during the uprising FGM: Doctor and father cleared in landmark trial   The doctor and father of a 13-year-old girl who died after allegedly undergoing female genital mutilation have been acquitted in a landmark ... Egypt detainees allege torture Egypt jails three leading activists Court frees pro-Morsi protest women. Cairo Prison sentences for women as Egypt clamps down on protest New Egypt protest law condemned   Human rights groups in Egypt have condemned a new law restricting public protests which has been signed by the interim President Adly Mansour Morsi supporters sentenced to prison UN calls for 'restraint' in Egypt   UN Security Council: The UN Security Council has urged all parties in Egypt to exercise 'maximum restraint', after an emergency meeting   Obama condemns Egypt bloodshed   Washington: US President Barack Obama has strongly condemned the violence in Egypt, and cancelled joint military exercises planned for later this month   World condemns Egypt crackdown   European Union: There has been strong international condemnation of the deadly crackdown against protest camps in the Egyptian capital Cairo US warning to Egypt over arrests   Washington: The US has urged Egypt's leadership to stop the 'arbitrary' arrests of Muslim Brotherhood members, warning against targeting any group Egypt detains leading youth activist. Cairo   Egypt NGOs denounce Morsi decree  More than 20 Egyptian rights groups have called on President Mohammed Morsi to withdraw the decree granting himself extensive new powers   Egypt clears virginity test medic  A military court in Egypt has acquitted an army doctor accused of carrying out forced 'virginity tests' on women protesters, state media rep...   NGO workers leave Egypt on U.S. military plane
Egyptian president imposes strict new anti-terror laws


year 2015 Top ^

Aug.16
  Cairo: Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has approved stringent new counter-terrorism laws to fight the country's growing Islamist insurgency
Jan.1


year 2014 Top ^

Nov.29
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year 2013 Top ^

Dec.22
Dec.7
Nov.28
Nov.24
Sep.3
Aug.15
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year 2012 Top ^

Nov.24
Mar.11
Mar.1
  A group of American, European and Palestinian pro-democracy activists accused of fomenting unrest allowed to post bail

Feb.25
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year 2011 Top ^

Dec.29
  Cairo: Several rights groups were raided in Cairo and other Egyptian locations in what one source called a push by police to 'show some muscle'
Nov.12 Arab League sanctions for Syria
  The league has voted to suspend Syria from meetings and impose sanctions against Damascus over its failure to end a crackdown on protesters
Nov.3 Refugees face organ theft in the Sinai Feb.8 US urges faster change in Egypt   Washington: The US has called on the Egyptian government to immediately lift the country's emergency laws, which have been in place for 30 years Feb.6 Missing Google exec to be released  Cairo: Wael Ghonim, a Google executive who has been missing for more than a week following his purported arrest in Cairo, is to be released Monday Jan.29   Hosni Mubarak under world pressure  European Union: Leaders from the US, UK, France and Germany have urged Egypt's President to avoid violence and enact reforms as protests continue

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.30   UN 'shocked' by violence in Cairo  The refugee agency has expressed 'shock' after 20 Sudanese migrants died during a police operation Dec.24 US wants Egypt politician freed  Washington: The US has demanded the release of opposition leader after he was given a 5-year jail term for forgery Nour jailed for 5 years
  A court sentenced leading government opponent for forgery at the end of a year-long judicial process
Feb.26   Election reform announced  President Mubarak ordered the constitution changed to allow multi-candidate presidential elections


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