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President Mohammed Morsi’s supporters and opponents have staged rival rallies across Egypt

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...elections if you want to change the government” and criticized them for refusing to take part in a national dialogue. The head of the army earlier warned it would not allow Egypt to slip into “uncontrollable conflict”. Related search articles:mermaid skeleton found xnx arip egypt XXNXEGPT xnxx egybt sxs egypt xxnxxarb xxnx egypt www xnxx arab ciro com egypt sxs snow in cairo...

TUI has cancelled all holidays bought by German customers to Egypt until mid-September

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TUI, Europe’s largest tour operator, has cancelled all holidays bought by German customers to Egypt until mid-September. The move comes in the wake of Egypt’s escalating violence, following advice from the German government. TUI’s rival, Thomas Cook, also announced similar measures for its German customers. The two companies said holidaymakers who are already in Egypt will be ab...

More than 60 percent of voters backed the new Egypt’s constitution in a referendum, although only a third of the electorate voted

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...eferendum have led to economic uncertainty and a reported rush to buy US dollars. Currency exchanges in parts of Cairo were said to have run out of dollars. Before the result was announced, the authorities declared a limit of $10,000 for travelers into and out of Egypt. On Monday, Egypt’s central bank issued a statement saying that the banks had “stable liquidity” to safeguard al...

Barack Obama has said the United States does not currently consider Egypt to be an ally

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...Egypt to be an ally. The president was speaking with reference to violent clashes at the US embassy in Cairo, over a US-made anti-Islamic film which has sparked anger among Muslims. Barack Obama’s comments also came after the storming of the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, which killed the US ambassador on Tuesday. President Barack Obama referred to US-Egypt relations as a “work in progres...

Egyptians have begun voting on a new constitution endorsed by the Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, which has divided the country and sparked deadly unrest

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Egyptians have begun voting on a new constitution endorsed by the Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, which has divided the country and sparked deadly unrest. President Mohammed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood have campaigned heavily in favor of the draft document, which may define Egypt for years to come. Opponents say it is poorly drafted and overly favors Islamists. The opposition National Salv...

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Egypt’s Judges’ Club has refused to oversee a referendum on the country’s new draft constitution, to be held in two weeks. The Judges’ Club’s decision follows a confrontation between Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court and Islamist supporters of President Mohammed Morsi. The court said it was suspending its work after its members were prevented from ruling on the le...

Egyptian army helicopters have fired missiles on suspected Islamist militants in Sinai peninsula

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Egyptian army helicopters have fired missiles on suspected Islamist militants in Sinai peninsula, security officials say. Twenty people were reported killed in Touma village, while the Sheikh Zuwaid area to the west was also hit. The strikes came after security checkpoints were allegedly attacked by gunmen in the town of al-Arish, leaving a number of people injured. On Sunday, militants killed 16...

Egypt's Bedouin tribal leaders in Sinai peninsula have agreed to help restore security in the lawless border area with the Gaza Strip and Israel

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Egypt’s Bedouin tribal leaders in Sinai peninsula have agreed to help restore security in the lawless border area with the Gaza Strip and Israel. In talks with Interior Minister Ahmed Gamal al-Din, they also backed plans to destroy smuggling tunnels into Gaza. The move comes as Egyptian troops mass in the area in an operation to contain Islamist militants who have built up a presence in the...

At least 24 Egyptian policemen have been killed in an ambush attack in the Sinai peninsula

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...d men close to the town of Rafah on the Gaza border. Three policemen were also reported to have been injured in the blast. The military recently intensified a crackdown against militants in Sinai, where attacks have surged since the fall of Hosni Mubarak in 2011. Egyptian deployments in the peninsula are subject to the 1979 peace treaty between Israel and Egypt. There were conflicting reports abou...

Egypt is now the worst country for women's rights in the Arab world, according to a poll of gender experts

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...hich was conducted by the Thomson Reuters Foundation. The poll surveyed more than 330 gender experts in 21 Arab League states as well as Syria. It is the foundation’s third annual study focusing on women’s rights since the Arab Uprisings in 2011. Iraq ranked second-worst after Egypt, followed by Saudi Arabia, Syria and Yemen. Egypt is now the worst country for women’s rights in...

At least 30 people have died in today’s Port Said clashes sparked by the sentencing to death of 21 local people over football riots in Egypt

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At least 30 people have died in today’s Port Said clashes sparked by the sentencing to death of 21 local people over football riots in Egypt. Supporters of the defendants tried to storm the prison holding them and attacked police stations. The 21 were sentenced over riots which killed 74 people after a football game at Port Said stadium last February. Saturday’s violence follows a day of un...

At least 12 people have died in Alexandria and three in Cairo in clashes between supporters and opponents of ousted President Mohamed Morsi

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...i, reports say. The violence came after three pro-Morsi demonstrators were killed by security forces in another part of the capital. Troops later restored calm in Cairo, but nationwide violence left some 26 dead and 318 injured, officials said. The army removed Mohamed Morsi from power on Wednesday after millions of people protested over his leadership. Mohamed Morsi, Egypt’s first freely el...

Pope Tawadros II, the new leader of Egypt's Coptic Christian church, has been formally enthroned in Cairo

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Pope Tawadros II, the new leader of Egypt’s Coptic Christian church, has been formally enthroned in Cairo. Pope Tawadros II was confirmed as the new leader of Egypt’s Christian minority at a ceremony at St Mark’s cathedral in the Egyptian capital. The 60-year-old succeeds Pope Shenouda III, who died in March after four decades on the patriarchal throne. The enthronement comes at...

Egypt’s army has moved into key sites in Cairo hours after its ultimatum passed for President Mohamed Morsi to resolve a political crisis

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Egypt’s army has moved into key sites in Cairo hours after its ultimatum passed for President Mohamed Morsi to resolve a political crisis. Tens of thousands of pro- and anti-Morsi protesters have gathered in areas of the capital, as Egyptians await a televised statement. Opposition figure Mohammed ElBaradei and religious leaders will make this statement, the state news agency said. Before the dea...

Hillary Clinton has met the head of Egypt's top military council, Field Marshal Mohamad Hussein Tantawi

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...ials said. Hillary Clinton met Mohammed Mursi on Saturday. Mohammed Mursi and the military have been in conflict over parliament’s dissolution. The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) shut down the chamber, dominated by Mohammed Mursi’s Islamist allies, before he was formally sworn in last month. Hillary Clinton has met the head of Egypt's top military council, Field Marsha...

Two people have been shot dead by police and more than 400 injured in protests across Egypt sparked by the deaths of 74 people after a football match

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Two people have been shot dead by police and more than 400 injured in protests across Egypt sparked by the deaths of 74 people after a football match. The two killed were shot by police trying to disperse angry crowds in the city of Suez, medical officials said. In the capital Cairo, thousands of protesters remained on the streets following a day of clashes with police. Thousands marched to the i...

French, British, Hong Kong and Japanese nationals are among 19 tourists reportedly killed in a hot air balloon crash near the Egyptian city of Luxor

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...linder on board exploded,” said Cherry Tohamy, an Egyptian living in Kuwait who was on holiday in Luxor. “People were jumping out of the balloon from about the height of a seven-storey building.” She said ambulances were at the scene within 15 minutes. French, British, Hong Kong and Japanese nationals are among 19 tourists reportedly killed in a hot air balloon crash near the Eg...

Mohamed Morsi is to stand trial on charges including conspiring with foreign organizations to commit terrorist acts

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Mohamed Morsi is to stand trial on charges including conspiring with foreign organizations to commit terrorist acts. Prosecutors said Egypt’s ousted president had formed an alliance with the Palestinian militant group Hamas and Lebanon’s Hezbollah. Thirty-five others, including former aides and leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, have also been charged. Since being deposed by the military in...

Peter Greste's appeal against his detention without charge was denied on Wednesday by a Cairo court

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Twenty journalists, including four foreigners, are facing charges in Egypt, prosecutors have said. The Egyptian journalists are accused of belonging to a “terrorist organization” and the four foreigners are accused of assisting it, or spreading false news. The defendants include two Britons, a Dutch national and an Australian – believed to be al-Jazeera correspondent Peter Grest...

Vladimir Putin has announced he backs Egypt's military chief Abdul Fattah al-Sisi in his bid for the presidency

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Vladimir Putin has announced he backs Egypt’s military chief Abdul Fattah al-Sisi in his “bid for the presidency”. Vladimir Putin, meeting Field Marshal Sisi in Moscow to discuss an arms deal, said he was “aware” of his decision to run. However, there has been no announcement on the matter from the Egyptian side. General Abdul Fattah al-Sisi led the overthrow of Pres...

John Kerry on his first visit to Egypt since President Mohamed Morsi was ousted

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Secretary of State John Kerry has called for an end to all violence in Egypt and urged moves to full democracy on his first visit to the country since President Mohamed Morsi was ousted. “History has demonstrated that democracies are more stable, viable and prosperous than any alternative,” John Kerry told a news conference. “With stability comes tourism and investment, and with...

Egypt begins voting in a second stage of a constitutional referendum that has sparked weeks of unrest in the country’s main cities

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Egypt begins voting in a second stage of a constitutional referendum that has sparked weeks of unrest in the country’s main cities. Opponents of President Mohamed Morsi have held protests against the draft, saying it favors the Islamists now in power and betrays the revolution that overthrew Hosni Mubarak last year. Mohamed Morsi’s supporters say the constitution will secure democracy. Some...

Seven Egyptian protesters have been killed in Cairo in overnight clashes between security forces and supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi

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Seven Egyptian protesters have been killed in Cairo in overnight clashes between security forces and supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi. Police used tear gas to drive back protesters, some hurling rocks, who had blocked a main route in the capital. The clashes came as senior US envoy William Burns visited Egypt, saying it had been given a “second chance” at democracy. Willia...

Adly Mansour, top judge of Egypt's Constitutional Court, was sworn in as interim leader

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Adly Mansour, top judge of Egypt’s Constitutional Court, is to be sworn in as interim leader, hours after the army ousted President Mohamed Morsi and put him under house arrest. Army chief General Abdul Fattah al-Sisi announced the move on Wednesday, in what Mohamed Morsi said was a military coup. General Abdul Fattah al-Sisi said Mohamed Morsi, Egypt’s first freely elected leader, ha...

Egypt's presidential poll results have been delayed by the election authorities, raising further tension across the country

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Egypt’s presidential poll results have been delayed by the election authorities, raising further tension across the country. The results had been due to be announced on Thursday, but the election commission said it needed more time to look into complaints presented by the candidates. The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohammed Mursi and former PM Ahmed Shafiq both claim they won last weekend...