Alaa Abd El Fattah ends hunger strike after 36 days
On Monday prison authorities passed a handwritten letter from Abd El Fattah to his mother and sister
Update: Mada Masr Editor-in-chief Lina Attalah released from police custody
Attalah was detained on Sunday afternoon outside Tora Prison where she was conducting an interview.
As detainees remain cut off amid pandemic, Alaa Abd El Fattah continues month-long hunger strike
During a videoconference meeting of the executive committee of the Arab Public Prosecutor’s Association
2 translators arrested and disappeared, enter cycle of remand detention
2 plainclothes police officers and 4 armed, masked men in police uniforms raided Arafa's apartment.
Egypt, Sudan reject Ethiopian offer for transitional agreement on mega-dam to allow initial filling in summer
Addis Ababa sent letters to Cairo and Khartoum 10 days ago proposing a temporary agreement
1st quarantine hospital halts admission after more than half of staff contracts COVID-19
Two of the hospital's staff have died of complications from the virus
Protesters take to streets after Sudanese PM survives assassination attempt
Elzharaa Jadallah and Mohamed Amin | Hamdok tweeted that he is safe and that the failed attempt would not halt Sudan's transition.
Media law executive regulations finally go into effect 18 months after law passed
Newspapers are also required to submit 20 copies of each printed issue to the council.
8 men convicted by military court in deadly church bombings case executed on Monday
Several defendants told prosecutors that they were subjected to forced disappearances and torture
Three days of mourning announced for former President Hosni Mubarak
The presidency issued a statement expressing “great sadness" over Mubarak's death.
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