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Pope at Ain Shams University’s first conference on Coptic heritage

By Watani – Pope Tawadros II joined Mahmoud al-Matini, President of Ain Shams University on 24 September in opening the university’s first International Conference on Coptic Archeology at [...]

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Patrick Zaki’s trial postponed once more, to November 29

By Italy 24 – The trial of Patrick Zaki has been postponed to November 29. The student of the University of Bologna told ANSA at the end of the seventh hearing in Mansura on September 27. [...]

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Orphan Forced from Christian Home Highlights Islamic Ban on Adoption

By Christianity Today – Four years ago, Shenouda was an infant found at the door of a Coptic church. Today, renamed Yusuf, the boy is found in a state-run orphanage. In between lies the [...]

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Egypt’s lost boys in the Mediterranean: Cyril and his brothers

By Egyptian Chronicles – Spanish sea rescue NGO Open Arms had a busy weekend. It rescued over 400 migrants stranded in the Mediterranean in smugglers’ boats The biggest rescue of [...]

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Eissa calls for banning the call to prayer in speakers

By Egypt Independent- Egyptian media figure Ibrahim Eissa called for banning the call to prayer in mosques through horn speakers in order to not disturb tourists. Essa talked about of tourism [...]

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Digital authoritarianism in Egypt

By Unfreedom Monitor Advox- Reporters Without Borders (RSF) ranked Egypt as one of the world’s largest jailers of journalists; 166 out of 180 countries in 2021. Authoritarian regimes have [...]

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Amnesty says Egypt trying to cover up rights violations

By Foreign Policy – Egypt’s shaky record: Egypt has used its new human rights strategy to camouflage its brutal crackdown on critics and political repression, Amnesty International said in [...]

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Egypt Feels Pain of Global Disruptions Wrought by War and Pandemic

By The New York Times – The country’s economy has been very hard hit by cascading crises which have disrupted worldwide trade. When the state-owned factory where Hesham el-Atar worked [...]

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The fire you cannot put out: Imbaba’s churches and the threats they can’t extinguish

By Mada Masr – The St. Demiana Church is only distinguishable from surrounding buildings in the neighborhood of Imbaba by the crosses on its windows and the security kiosk and metal gate [...]

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U.S. to withhold $130 m. of military aid to Egypt over human rights

By: Reuters – The Biden administration has decided to withhold $130 million of foreign military aid to Egypt over its failure to fulfill human rights conditions, U.S. officials said on [...]