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Will Egypt’s National Dialogue include Muslim Brotherhood..?

By Al-Monitor – Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi called for a political dialogue with his opponents, but many wonder if the Muslim Brotherhood will be invited to attend. Egyptian [...]

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Case of killer of Coptic priest in Alexandria referred to Mufti

By Watani Intl. – Alexandria Criminal Court, headed by Judge Wahid Sabry, has on 18 May referred the case against Nehru Abdel-Moneim Tawfiq, 60, charged with premeditated murder of the [...]

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Rights council requests transfer for imprisoned activist Alaa Abd El Fattah to site with better health facilities

By MadaMasr- Chair of the National Human Rights Council Moushira Khattab requested on Tuesday evening that imprisoned activist Alaa Abd El Fattah be transferred to an alternative site of [...]

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Frank Wolf and David Curry appointed to USCIRF

By USCIRF – USCIRF Welcomes Reappointed and Newly Appointed Commissioners, Expresses Gratitude to Outgoing Commissioners. Washington, DC – The U.S. Commission on International Religious [...]

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legal inconsistency in the inheritance distribution of Egyptian Christian women

By EIPR- The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) issued a new report entitled “Female Share – The Inheritance of Egyptian Christian Women between the Constitutional Text [...]

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Nigeria : une étudiante chrétienne lapidée puis brûlée par ses camarades de classe pour « blasphème »

Par Le Figaro – Ils l’accusent d’avoir publié un commentaire «blasphématoire» sur les réseaux sociaux. Des centaines de personnes ont manifesté ce samedi à Sokoto, dans le [...]

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Egyptian political opposition prepares for national dialogue with government

By Al-Monitor – There are several questions among Egypt’s political circles following the president’s call for a national dialogue with opposition forces. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah [...]

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ICC Prosecutor in Nigeria to discuss ‘war crimes and crimes against humanity’

By WWM- The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan, has made his first visit to Nigeria to discuss the next steps to investigate crimes against humanity and war crimes there, [...]

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In Egypt’s Big Ramadan TV Drama, the President Is the Hero

By The New York Times – President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi says “The Choice” tells the truth about his rise. Critics say it’s a rewriting of recent history from an industry increasingly cowed under [...]

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Copt shot dead in Matrouh; another shot in Assiut

A Coptic 28-year-old engineer who worked as a teacher, Rani Ra’fat, was shot to death by a masked armed men in the town of al-Dabaa in Marsa Matrouh some 320km west of Alexandria. The men then [...]