Rena Netjes, among 20 journalists is facing charges of spreading false news and involvement in alleged terror plot.
A Dutch journalist has fled Egypt after it emerged she was one of 20 journalists accused last week of “fabricating news” and being party to an alleged terrorist plot.
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CAIRO — UNESCO pledged Friday to help restore a renowned museum dedicated to Islamic history in Cairo that was devastated by a bomb last week, with officials expressing “shock” at the scale of the damage.
With Egypt’s newly amended constitution gaining near unanimous popular approval, attention shifts to political laws as legislative and presidential elections approach
Egypt is not under military rule, nor is it heading towards this, the Ministry of Foreign affairs said in a Thursday statement addressing several controversial allegations about the interim government.
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CAIRO: As Egypt braced for referendum on new constitution on Monday an Egyptian party led by a prominent hardliner said that it will boycott the referendum after several of its members were arrested for campaigning against the charter.
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Muslim Brotherhood boycotts the poll that is expected to set the seal on overthrow of former president Mohamed Morsi
Egyptians will vote this week for the first time in the post-Morsi era, in a referendum that the new establishment hopes will formally ratify a fresh constitution, as well as demonstrate public support for the ex-president’s army-backed removal last July.