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Aaron T. Rose
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Aaron T. Rose is an American journalist in Cairo. Follow him on Twitter: @Aaron_T_Rose
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‘An international commitment’ to fight ISIS: Shoukry
Egyptian foreign minister speaks out against radical Islamist group
Aaron T. Rose
September 3, 2014
6 militants killed, 10 arrested in Rafah
Security forces also destroy a number of tunnels
Aaron T. Rose
September 1, 2014
Badie handed life in prison; 6 others given death penalty in Istiqama Mosque Trial
Headquarters trial – where Badie and deputies Khairat El-Shater and Mohamed Bayoumi are charged with inciting the killing of protesters – postponed to 8 September
Aaron T. Rose
August 30, 2014
Number of hunger-strikers grow
Tanta prisoner Diaa al-Mahdi joins activists in refraining from food
Aaron T. Rose
August 27, 2014
A year behind bars: Mohamed Soltan
American citizen arrested in the wake of Rabaa clearing
Aaron T. Rose
August 25, 2014
Rafah border open to aid Gaza: Foreign ministry
Humanitarian aid pours in as ceasefire reaches second day
Aaron T. Rose
August 6, 2014
Al-Betagy, Hegazy torture trial postponed
Leading Muslim Brotherhood members accused of kidnapping and attempted murder
Aaron T. Rose
August 4, 2014
Connections between Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic State: Ministry of Religious Endowments
Both groups use “vandalism, destruction and murder”, according to a new statement
Aaron T. Rose
August 2, 2014
Car bomb explodes, another prevented in Giza
Rural village rocked by early morning explosion killing 3
Aaron T. Rose
July 30, 2014
‘The government…has little interest in financial support for housing’: EIPR
New report criticises Egypt’s affordable housing programmes
Aaron T. Rose
July 23, 2014
Judiciary responds to international criticism of Al Jazeera conviction
“Their rights and freedoms were never violated or infringed upon at any time,” says International Cooperation Department
Aaron T. Rose
July 16, 2014
US extends ‘late’ invitation to Egypt for African summit
Invitation comes after Egypt reinstated to the African Union
Aaron T. Rose
July 15, 2014
Russian tourist raped in Sharm El-Sheikh
Suspect, a minibus driver, in custody
Aaron T. Rose
July 12, 2014
Amnesty International denies reports they were invited to work with Fact-Finding Committee
No offer of cooperation made, said international human rights watchdog
Aaron T. Rose
July 9, 2014
Human rights are a chief concern: Al-Sisi
President meets with NCHR head
Aaron T. Rose
July 8, 2014
Al-Sisi, Ibrahim meet over security concerns
Terrorism, police training among topics discussed
Aaron T. Rose
July 2, 2014
One Year of Crackdowns
Since the 3 July military-backed ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi, the judiciary has been busy with a seemingly unending flow of high-profile trials, and arrests have come in droves
Aaron T. Rose
June 30, 2014
Administrative Court lifts Al-Gameya Al-Shareya
Ruling allows NGO to continue operations
Aaron T. Rose
June 25, 2014
Another journalist sentenced to prison
Suez court gives Ahmed Rahman Shaheen three years
Aaron T. Rose
June 25, 2014
‘Appalled by the guilty verdicts’: UK Foreign Secretary
The international community comes down hard on Egypt over Al Jazeera trial
Aaron T. Rose
June 23, 2014
Update: Harsh sentences for Al Jazeera journalists
Fahmy, Greste and Mohmed handed long-term jail sentences
Aaron T. Rose
June 23, 2014
Verdict expected Monday in Al-Jazeera case
Court accuses journalists of terror-related charges
Aaron T. Rose
June 22, 2014
Friday update: 3 protesters killed, 20 wounded, dozens arrested
Demonstrators rallied against recent Muslim Brotherhood death sentences
Aaron T. Rose
June 21, 2014
Not enough women in cabinet: NCW
National council for women criticises lack of female decision makers in Al-Sisi’s government
Aaron T. Rose
June 18, 2014
Hunger-striking journalist released
Al Jazeera journalist AbdallahElshamy, 13 others released due to failing health
Aaron T. Rose
June 17, 2014
Verdict in Al Jazeera trial to be issued 23 June
Defence teams conclude their closing arguments
Aaron T. Rose
June 16, 2014
Demonstrators rally against sexual harassment
Protesters gather outside the Opera House to address sexual assault, gender inequality
Aaron T. Rose
June 15, 2014
GALLERY
In Pictures: Demonstrators rally against sexual harassment
  Several hundred demonstrators—both men and women, Egyptians and foreigners—gathered outside the Cairo Opera House in Gezira to protest against the ongoing phenomenon of sexual harassment and sexual assault in Egypt’s streets. Dubbed “Walk Like An Egyptian Woman,” several anti-harassment groups were widely represented, including I Saw Harassment (Shoft Taharosh) and Dignity Without Borders. Other …
Aaron T. Rose
June 15, 2014
High-profile Muslim Brotherhood trial postponed
Badie, Erian, 12 others accused of inciting violence at Istiqama Mosque
Aaron T. Rose
June 14, 2014
Ethiopia, Egypt hopeful that GERD negotiations will resume
Dam will not harm downstream countries, Ethiopian State Minister for Foreign Affairs
Aaron T. Rose
June 14, 2014

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