Celebrated Tunisian activist Lina Ben Mhenni, who documented revolution and fought for freedoms, dies after long illness
“She was courageous, free, determined, devoted and immensely generous.
Egypt imposes heavy taxes on gas to Gaza, retreats from reconciliation as punishment for Hamas leader’s Iran visit
Cairo has yet to respond to Hamas' efforts to repair the relationship.
At doctors’ memorial service, anger and calls for health minister to resign
“Where is the health minister? Why didn’t she come today to give her condolences?”
Pompeo expresses ‘outrage’ over prisoner death, rights groups call for Red Cross oversight
The statement describes hundreds of prisoners as at risk of “untimely death” due to medical neglect.
Merkel at Berlin conference on Libya: Arms embargo to be ‘more closely monitored than in past’
Serraj and Haftar, however, did not meet at the summit.
Media council and Journalists Syndicate point fingers at each other for long delay in media law executive regulations
The Supreme Media Regulatory Council (SMRC) has received 284 requests to license websites, newspapers,
Income tax changes reduce tax burden for most without increased taxes on the rich
MP Mervat Alexan says she proposed the changes to mitigate the burden of inflation.
Hundreds of Sudanese security forces rebel against dissolution amid security tension in Khartoum
One civilian, a 15-year-old boy, was shot in the jaw during the attempted mutiny.
Public prosecutor granted greater powers to freeze funds unrelated to terror activity
Rana Mamdouh | One Court of Cassation official told Mada Masr that the changes merely legalize current practices.
Cold cells: Demands for warmth for prisoners
"But I kept having visions of smashing the glass barrier between us and wrapping him up in a shawl."
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