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Dostour and Social Democratic party may unite – spokesman
Negotiations are ongoing between the Dostour Party and the Social Democratic Party over the possibility of merging into one, Dostour Spokesman Khaled Dawoud said, considering that the merger would be an important step forward.   Read More
Egyptian soldier killed in ambush attack in Arish
One soldier was killed when unknown assailants attacked an ambush on the Airport-Arish road in North Sinai late on Monday.   Read More
Egypt court upholds jail sentence against former PM Kandil
An Egyptian court upheld on Monday a verdict against former Prime Minister Hisham Kandil, sentencing him to a year in prison, a judicial source said.   Read More
Armed attack kills four people in Sinai
At least four people, three police conscripts and one civilian, were killed on Monday when unknown gunmen attacked a police station in Northern Sinai’s Arish, security sources said.   Read More
ElBaradei says violence begets violence
Prominent Egyptian politician Mohamed ElBaradei said on Sunday that there is a fascist campaign delaying progress.   Read More
Egyptian students clash as Mursi turmoil spreads to campuses
At least 29 people were wounded in fighting between groups for and against the ousted Islamist leader at at least three campuses, state media and security sources said.   Read More
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Egyptian Christians struggle to overcome minority status
Yes, it is written in the constitution that all citizens are equal, but in reality all citizens were never really equal, not during my lifetime. I have not seen it in over 40 years despite the fact that I personally have a very privileged situation as I am upper middle class, but I still know that there are areas in this country that are simply off limits to me,” Nadia, a Coptic woman who lives in Heliopolis, told Ahram Online.   Read More

Brotherhood leaders liken Egypt jail cells to graves
Murad Ali says he was put in a foul-smelling cell on death row, sleeping on a concrete floor, and denied light and human contact after his arrest in Egypt's crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood. "It was as dark as a grave," he wrote in a letter addressed to friends and family and seen by Reuters.   Read More

Egyptian welcome mat pulled out from under Syrian refugees
Syrian Ghassan el-Shahada enjoyed tolerance and an affordable life when he first fled to Egypt as a refugee. But everything changed after the army took over in July.   Read More

June 30: Mubarak's state reinstated?
The concept of suspending some rights and freedoms of individuals to face an imminent danger is agreed upon in several democratic states. However, procedures and implications of declaring state of emergency differ from one country to another showing the difference between democratic and repressive regimes. Additionally, when this “danger” lasts for a long time, regimes become more or less repressive by nature, as suspension of rights and freedoms would become predominant instead of exceptional.   Read More

Muslim Brotherhood newspaper soldiers on despite Egypt crackdown
Whenever Muslim Brotherhood journalist Islam Tawfiq files a story about the group's struggle for survival for its newspaper Freedom and Justice, he fears his Internet address will tip off state security agents to his whereabouts.   Read More

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