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Brotherhood leader sentenced to life in prison
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Egypt court sentences 3 Al Jazeera journalists for 10 years

The guilty verdicts were delivered by a judge on Monday against Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed in an Egypt court. Greste and Fahmy was sentenced to seven years in jail, while Mohamed was sentenced to an additional three years for possession of ... Asian Age, 2 months ago
Badie death sentence reduced to life in Egypt ACQ Magazine, 2 days ago
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Middle East Eye

April 6 movement defiant after court ban

On Monday, the Egyptian Court for Urgent Matters banned the April 6 youth movement, a protest group founded in 2008 in support of a general strike in the industrial city of Mahalla. The ruling, similar to the banning of the Muslim Brotherhood on 23 ...
 Middle East Eye1 day ago Mubarak trial resumes in Egypt  Albawaba2 weeks ago Egypt's Mubarak to defend himself in court Wednesday  Turkish Press3 weeks ago Mubarak defends himself before the court and the people of tomorrow .. and the "echo of the country" movement of the historic meeting exclusively  Masress.com2 weeks ago
Al Jazeera

Egypt: Justice on death row

By | Al Jazeera While International Justice Day celebrates advancements in the international justice movement and the adoption of the Rome Statute for the International Criminal Court, it is also about strengthening national justice systems.In ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago

Ahmad Seif el-Islam Hamad: Egypt loses a tireless champion of human rights

The death of Ahmad Seif el-Islam Hamad robs the Egyptian human rights movement of one of its ablest defenders in its hour of greatest need. The lawyer and activist, who died on Wednesday aged 63, spent more than three decades fighting against ...
 Amnesty International3 days ago Human Rights Council should address human rights situation in Egypt  Human Rights Watch3 days ago Ahmad Seif El-Islam Hamad - Egypt Loses a Tireless Champion of Human Rights [press release]  Individual.com21 hours ago
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Egypt's Judiciary, Coopted

The executive branch's persistent efforts to discourage and punish independent judges have left the judiciary weak and coopted. When Egyptian courts sentenced over 1,000 defendants to death in the spring of 2014, and when former President Hosni ...
 Carnegie Endowment1 week ago

Hazem El-Beblawi: I became PM when Egypt was in grave danger

In the first of a two-part interview, Asharq Al-Awsat speaks to the former Egyptian prime minister about his long career, his memories of the 1967 and 1973 wars, and his time in office Hazem El-Beblawi. (Asharq Al-Awsat) Cairo, Asharq Al-Awsat ...
 Asharq Al Awsat18 hours ago

Egypt's Al-Sisi Establishes Tyranny Mubarak Only Dreamed Of: Washington Should Stop Playing The Fool By Praising Cairo's Commitment To Democracy

CAIRO—Egypt's capital is crowded, busy, confused, and messy. Security isn't obvious, until you get close to a sensitive site, such as the Interior Ministry. Blocks away the street is closed. There are metal fences, concrete barriers, and barbed ...
 Forbes.com21 hours ago

Strauss: Can a $1 million global teacher competition (backed by Bill Clinton) boost the profession?

(Bloomberg News) There's no question that many teachers feel demoralized amid a punitive school reform movement and that their profession could use a boost, but is a $1 million global competition for a single exceptional teacher really the way ...
 Washington Post2 days ago Can a $1 million global teacher competition (backed by Bill Clinton) boost the profession?  Washington Post2 days ago

Egypt Court Adjourns Morsi Trial in Prison Break Case Till Sep 15

A criminal court in Egypt today adjourned the trial of ousted President Mohamad Morsi and 130 others in a 2011 jailbreak case till September 15. Morsi stands accused of organising a mass breakout from the Wadi al-Natrun prison during the 2011 ...
 Outlook India1 week ago Morsi trial in Egypt prison break case adjourned till Sep 15  Business Standard India1 week ago Mohamad Morsi's trial in Egypt prison break case adjourned till September 15  Economic Times1 week ago
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Qatar Shifts Foreign Policy After Supporting Revolts

Qatar, which backed rebels in Libya and Syria and supported an Islamist government in Egypt, is now mediating between Israel and Hamas to end the Gaza conflict. Its role may signal a foreign policy shift as Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani ...
 BusinessWeek2 weeks ago Qatar Plays Gaza Peacemaker After Supporting Middle East Revolts  Bloomberg2 weeks ago
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