Is Turkey Ignoring Islamists Threats Against Christians?

Turkey’s tiny Protestant community has received recent threats believed to be from the Islamic State, but as in the past, state authorities have failed to take measures to protect the community.







Sisi’s Constitution Remarks Spark Controversy on Possible Amendment

Remarks by President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on parliamentary powers enshrined in the Constitution have triggered a debate among politicians and commentators about the presidency’s intention to induce a constitutional change granting it leverage against the anticipated parliament.







Coptic Church Tapped to Play Role of Mediator in Nile River Dispute

Egypt is looking to capitalize on the Coptic Church’s disputed influence to affect relations between Ethiopia and Egypt on the Nile water-sharing and Renaissance Dam dossier.






5420 Individual Candidates, 9 Lists Accepted for Egypt’s Parliamentary Elections

The first round of Egypt's long-delayed parliamentary elections will be held between 17 and 28 October in 14 governorates






Egypt Rejects Criticism Over Airstrike That Killed Mexican Tourists

Mexico’s foreign minister traveled to Egypt on Tuesday to demand answers about a mistaken military airstrike over the weekend that hit a picnic full of Mexican tourists, killing a dozen people, while her Egyptian counterpart defended the professionalism and sacrifice of the Egyptian security forces.








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