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Antiquities ministry to move 39 ancient mummies from Egyptian Museum
Archaeology

Antiquities ministry to move 39 ancient mummies from Egyptian Museum

The antiquities ministry is preparing for the transfer of 39 royal mummies and their sarcophagi from their current exhibition at…
Al-Fatah mosque reopens after a year of closure
Egypt

Al-Fatah mosque reopens after a year of closure

The Ministry of Endowments reopened on Tuesday Al-Fatah mosque in central Cairo after a year of closure following the security…
Brotherhood changes protest tactics to avoid losses
Egypt

Brotherhood changes protest tactics to avoid losses

The Muslim Brotherhood has reduced its number of marches to be staged on Sunday, suggesting the change in tactics may…
Amnesty International calls for urgent investigation into Egypt’s ‘disastrous bloodshed’
Egypt

Amnesty International calls for urgent investigation into Egypt’s ‘disastrous bloodshed’

Amnesty International called for a full and impartial investigation into the bloodshed in Egypt, saying the authorities' response to the…
Eyewitness: March to Ramses
Opinion

Eyewitness: March to Ramses

Yesterday was the Muslim Brotherhood’s “Day of Rage.” While 28 marches planned to converge on Ramses Square in the heart…
Egypt mulls Brotherhood ban, gunfire exchanged
Egypt

Egypt mulls Brotherhood ban, gunfire exchanged

Egypt's prime minister has proposed disbanding the Muslim Brotherhood of ousted President Mohamed Morsy, the government said on Saturday, raising…
Death toll from Friday violence reaches 173
Egypt

Death toll from Friday violence reaches 173

The total death toll from Friday violence across Egypt has reached 173, according to Health Ministry spokesperson Mohamed Barakat. The new figures…
Recap of ‘Friday of Rage’: at least 60 dead, 1118 arrested sparking international condemnation
Egypt

Recap of ‘Friday of Rage’: at least 60 dead, 1118 arrested sparking international condemnation

International condemnation of the violent events in Egypt have increased as clashes between supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsy and…
Street vendors trapped between poverty and the police
Egypt

Street vendors trapped between poverty and the police

Cairo’s bustling Ramses Square, where street vendors hawk everything from screwdrivers to socks in the center of the city’s transportation…
Saving Cairo Station
Opinion

Saving Cairo Station

A crime is being committed in Cairo’s main train station. For years, Egyptian academics and state planners have been re-discovering…
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