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Six protesters injured in anti-government protest in Sidi Bouzid
Shots were heard outside the presidential palace in the Heliopolis neighborhood of Cairo on Wednesday night at 10.30pm.
Khaled Salah accusing Freedom and Justice party of inciting protesters against Media practitioners
Authorities make some concessions to rights groups but crackdown against opposition continues
The No Military Trials movement has decided to begin a campaign to address this issue.
Authorities considering defining attack against minority as “domestic terrorism”
As the United Nations’ deadline for peace talks between Sudan and South Sudan looms ever nearer, Sudan has been plagued by the largest anti-government demonstration the country has seen since austerity measures were implemented in June. The protest raged on Tuesday as over 1,000 people, mostly students, took to the streets in Darfur in …
The former Minister of Interior is citing procedural flaws in his trial as grounds for appeal of his 25 year sentence
In the resort city power cuts are exacerbated by airport police officers and security guard strikes
Violent actions continue in Iraq
Scores of activists and members of Al-Islah rounded up by Emirati police
Recent incidents involving Israeli troops in Palestine illustrate the ongoing fragile state of affairs in the region
Fights erupted on Sunday after a court postponed the trial of the 269 protesters who took part in the protests near the Cabinet building in December
Sheikh Rashed Ibn Abdullah Al-Khalifa has ordered an investigation into violations of personal rights committed during crack-downs on protesters
In a shootout with kidnappers, officers free Ahmed Khalil
Protesters took aim at the wealthy clique of Moroccans known as the Makhzen, the governing elite centered around monarch King Mohammed VI
As the 72-hour deadline for the American and Egyptian hostages passes, the abductor threatens to harm them if his uncle is not released from prison. Police said authorities were engaged in ending the standoff.
Circular to dictate police guidelines for dealing with lawyers seen as a sign of good faith
Sword-wielding thugs are becoming more and more common in the UAE, as unemployment for nationals rises amid the rapid development of its cities.
Dispute continues between Dubai police chief and the Muslim Brotherhood
By Safaa Abdoun CAIRO: In a heated discussion, parliament referred to the defense and national security committee the case of a police officer allegedly caught outside the building inciting protesting workers to use violence. The committee will hold an emergency meeting to investigate the case and listen and document the testimonies of the MPs. The People’s …