Egypt

Singer Complains About The Lack Of Free Speech In Egypt So Egypt Bans Her From Performing

Our close ally, Egypt, is again proving the worst expectations of its authoritarian rule. Singer Sherine Abdel-Wahabdemon commented to an audience in Bahrain that “Here I can say whatever I want. In Egypt, anyone who talks gets...
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Presidential Palace In Sudan On Fire (photos)

CAIRO (Sputnik) – The presidential palace in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum is in flames, the Al Arabiya broadcaster reported on Friday. According to the reports, the fire engulfed the historic part of the building near the Nile.
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Historian Claims Sacred Book Holds Key To The Mystery Of The Pyramids

According to the historian, the mysterious manuscript he mentions may hold “the answer to all the things we are looking for regarding the history of the pyramids of Egypt”, even though the book seems to have “disappeared from history”...

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Russian Fighter Showdown: Su-35 Vs. Mig-35 (who Wins?)

Charlie Gao Security, They aren't fighting in the air, but for a big contract in Egypt. Egypt recently turned heads with its decision to purchase twenty advanced Su-35S fighter jets from Russia. This adds yet another unique airframe to Egypt’s...
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Trump’s Decision On Golan Heights Met With International Condemnation

International condemnation flowed in on Friday in response to President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights. Germany, Turkey, Russia, Egypt, and Syria all criticized the move, saying it would...
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At Least 10 Dead In Egypt Chemical Plant Blast

At least 10 people were killed Thursday in an explosion at a chemical plant in Ain Sokhna on Egypt's Red Sea coast, security and medical sources said. Two medics told AFP that 10 bodies had been received at a morgue in Suez. Families of victims...

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Two Parties Of Algerian Ruling Coalition Voice Support For Anti-gov't Protesters

CAIRO (Sputnik) - Two parties of the Algerian ruling coalition — the National Liberation Front (FLN) and the Democratic National Rally (RND) — voiced support on Wednesday for protesters who are calling for the transition of power in the North...
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Ethiopian Jews Denounce 'racist Netanyahu' For Not Letting Them Into Israel

According to the head of the community, regardless of the appearance they have and clothes they wear, they have historically belonged to the Jewish community, ever since their migration to Egypt, from where their forefathers followed the Nile river...
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Egypt Tightens Restrictions On Media, Social Networks

Egypt's top media regulator on Tuesday put into effect tighter restrictions that allow the state to block websites and even social media accounts with over 5,000 followers if they are deemed a threat to national security. The move is the latest...
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Russia, Egypt Did Not Sign Contracts For Aircraft Delivery In Late 2018

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russia and Egypt did not sign contracts for aircraft supply in the second half of 2018, Russia's Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSMTC) told Sputnik Tuesday.
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Islamic Apologias: Straining At Gnats While Swallowing Camels

An Arabic-language video recently appeared of a Muslim cleric in Egypt addressing how terrorists misuse Islamic scriptures to justifying killing non-Muslims. He was specifically addressing the bombing of Coptic Orthodox churches, which in recent...
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Africa Cup Of Nations Host Egypt Bogged Down In Domestic Football Crisis

Cairo (AFP) – Little more than three months before it hosts the Africa Cup of Nations, Egyptian football has been plunged into its latest crisis with major clubs squabbling, games regularly called off and security services intervening amid...
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Reacting To New Zealand Shooting, Laura Ingraham Attacks Those Pointing Out Conservative Influence...

LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): I was remembering back, because we're coming up to Palm Sunday in a few weeks, and it was in April, April 9, 2017, where 45 Coptic Christians were attacked, a bomb in St. Mark's Cathedral, which is the main Coptic church in...
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Eni (e) Optimistic On Discovery In Egypt's Nour Prospect

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Fresh Protests Against Bouteflika Begin In Algiers - Reports

CAIRO (Sputnik) - Hundreds of protesters started gathering in downtown Algiers on Friday to take part in potentially decisive protests against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Algerie ECO reported.
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What Do Lonely Hearts Columns Tell Us About Social Crises In The Arab World?

By Andrea Rugh | – Recently an article by N. A. Hussein, “No Money; No Marriage” highlighted the costliness of marriage in Egypt. A problem long in the making, social issues like this rarely reach public attention until they are full...

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Egypt Not Considering Joining Opec For Time Being - Petroleum Minister

HOUSTON (Sputnik) - Egypt is not planning to join the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) for the time being, Tarek El Molla, Egyptian minister of petroleum and mineral resources, told Sputnik on Wednesday on the sidelines of...
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Credit For Cruise Missiles? Pentagon Offers Partners Loans To Buy From Us

The Trump administration is trying once more to fund a program for providing its allies with loans to buy US military equipment. The lion’s share would go to three major buyers of US weapons: Egypt, Jordan and Israel.
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Algerian President Abandons Bid For 5th Term Following Mass Protests (photos)

CAIRO (Sputnik) - Algeria saw a series of important decisions made on Monday as the country's longtime president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, postponed the presidential election and withdrew his bid for re-election, while the Algerian cabinet resigned...
Related topics: Protests, World Photos, Cairo, Algeria

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African Players In Europe: Mane Steps Out Of The Shadows

Paris (AFP) – Senegalese Sadio Mane was the stand-out African performer in Europe at the weekend, scoring twice for Liverpool as they kept hot on the heels of Manchester City in the title race. Often overshadowed by Egypt striker Mohamed Salah...
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