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by: Joseph Mayton 2010-5-30
Over the weekend, Congolese President Joseph Kabila and Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga visited Egypt in an attempt to resolve Nile Basin Initiative (NBI) fractures after four upstream countries signed a new agreement without Egypt...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-5-18
Despite Washington’s annoyance that Egypt renewed the controversial Emergency Laws that allow for arrest and detention without trial and the use of State Security Courts, the United States didn’t appear to be doing much else on bolstering Egypt’s floundering democracy groups...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-5-10
Anyone familiar with the Middle East knows all too well that corruption is one of those conundrums that seems to get worse year after year as government and business continue to jump into bed together...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-5-1
Sarah Palin reveals much about the reality of America’s conservative society: hate and fearmongering. Palin, the former Vice-Presidential candidate and former Governor of Alaska, this week defended ultra-right wing conservative preacher Franklin Graham, who has been an ardent antagonist of Islam throughout his life...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-4-22
The Egyptian government has charged five members of the country’s leading opposition group the Muslim Brotherhood with money laundering and raising funds abroad. According to Egypt’s Attorney General Abdel Meguid Mahmoud, the five MB leaders will face the controversial State Security Emergency Court...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-4-19
Egyptian ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) members of Parliament lashed out during a verbal battle with Muslim Brotherhood MPs over protesters in the country on Sunday and said Egyptian pro-democracy demonstrators “should be shot” by police...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-4-17
Two Facebook groups have been established and The Egyptian Chamber of Tourist Establishments (ECTE) have called on all food outlets and companies to boycott red meat on April 26...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-4-15
“Life is hard for us, but we can’t complain right now,” he begins. “We are all quite healthy and looking to the future for better things.”..

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-4-13
The retrial for Hisham Talaat Mustafa, the Egyptian business tycoon already found guilty for his involvement in the murder of Lebanese pop star Suzanne Tamim and sentenced to death, will begin on April 26...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-4-11
The chairs are all lined up facing the brand new Sony LCD flat screen television erected only minutes before at a Cairo café in preparation for Egypt’s match with Mozambique in the African Cup of Nations...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-4-5
The issue has remained largely on the sidelines of Egypt’s social mold for years despite being violently shoved into the mainstream in October 2006. During the Eid celebrations that follow the Holy Month of Ramadan that year, tens of young men and boys attacked female bystanders, ripping at their clothing and groping them, in the heart of downtown Cairo who were waiting for a local cinema to open. Shopkeepers were forced to hide women in order to escape the terror...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-4-5
An Egyptian publisher arrested on Saturday has been released from police custody, a police official told Bikya Masr on Sunday. According to the interior ministry, Ahmed Muhanna was released from custody a day after he was detained...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-4-3
Mohamed ElBaradei was surrounded by supporters at Hussein mosque in Old Cairo just over one week ago, then on Friday, the former International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief took to the streets of Mansoura – a city in the northern Delta – to make his call for change on the streets, in an effort to appeal to the everyday Egyptian. Ironically, it was this exact same path that former Presidential candidate Ayman Nour took in the lead-up to the 2005 election, which he came in a distant second to President Hosni Mubarak...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-3-31
White Phosphorus gained worldwide notoriety during the initial bombing campaign by the United States in Iraq and in the Falluja operation in the fall of 2004...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-3-29
Baraedi is trusted and respected beyond politics..

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-3-29
The Sphinx and the Great Pyramids of Giza shut off their lights for one hour on Saturday evening in Egypt to mark Earth Hour, a global protest for climate change initiatives...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-3-24
Islam Online founder and ardent supporter of his employees, was out and a temporary board established by the Gulf country’s ministry of social affairs had been set up...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-3-17
Last weekend, Egyptians were wondering over the health of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and if he had in fact passed away. It left the blogosphere and Twitter users going back and forth questioning unsubstantiated reports over whether the elderly president had actually died in Germany...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-3-16
“Sharks are currently being sold on the Egyptian market and exported overseas. Overfishing and consumption of sharks and their fins are serious threats to human health, the environment and our economy,” HEPCA said on their website...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-3-16
Blogger Israa el-Sakka wrote that she was unable to log into to Skype and when she called Vodafone they told her that Telecom Egypt had told the company to bar users from using Skype...

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