Topic: Egypt
Charlie Hebdo: Can 'moderate' Muslims sway an extremist few?
A German jihadi cheerfully extolling the virtues of slavery and beheading is an example of how difficult that task would be.
Egypt's Sisi urges religious moderation, but no space for insulting images
President Abdel Fattah al Sisi recently called on Muslim clerics to eschew intolerant teachings as a counterweight to extremism. But Egypt's show of solidarity with Charlie Hebdo is offset by a new decree on press freedom.
Cairo bathhouse acquittals: Was TV reporter too close to the story?
Debauchery charges brought against 26 men arrested at a Cairo bathhouse spurred international condemnation. In Egypt, a reporter's presence during the police raid raised a storm of criticism.
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Lessons in hospitality plant seeds of peace
The Arab and Turkish welcome of refugees from the long war in Syria sets an example of hospitality for the West. It creates both a moral counterpoint to the Islamic State and gratitude among refugees that may help peace efforts.
Journalists jailed in Egypt seek presidential deportation
Australian Peter Greste, Canadian-Egyptian Mohamed Fahmy and Egyptian Baher Mohamed were sentenced in June to seven to 10 years in jail for spreading lies to help a 'terrorist organization' - a reference to Egypt's outlawed Muslim Brotherhood.
Egyptian court orders retrial for Al-Jazeera journalists
Defense lawyers expressed relief over the retrial, though family members of those imprisoned said they hoped for their loved ones' immediate release.
Jailed for a year, could solution be in the works for Al-Jazerra journalist?
A year after three Al-Jezerra journalists were arrested for allegedly aiding the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's reconciliation with Qatar is raising speculation that negotiations for their release could be in the works. 
Archaeologists in Egypt excavating million-mummy cemetery
Archaeologists have been excavating Fag el-Gamous for about three decades, a cemetery that they say was the site of a million burials between the first and seventh centuries.
NASA says it can see your holiday lights
As seen from space, US cities at nighttime are 20 to 50 percent brighter during the holiday season, say NASA researchers.
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