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Shoukry and Arab League envoy to Libya discuss possible political solutions to the situation in Libya
1,200 Egyptians entered Tunisia Friday, fleeing the violence in Libya, says Tunisian news agency
The language incites to disturb public peace in the country and the page uses slogans belonging to the Brotherhood, says MOI
Thousands of Egyptians stuck at the Libyan-Tunisian border area have been evacuated
Egypt is engaged in intense communication with officials in Tunisia in order to evacuate citizens stuck at the border area between Libya and Tunisia
The policeman was shot dead during a massive security operation in the village
The top MB figures, facing trial for violence outside the MB’s headquarters last year, will have to appear in court again later this month
Measure comes after Egypt’s foreign minister’s visit to Tunisia-Libya border area where Egyptians have been stuck for days
The visit comes amid intensified Egyptian efforts to evacuate nationals residing in restive neighbour Libya
Volunteers intervened to prevent sexual harassment and provide awareness on the risks of sexual crime
Both push for ceasefire, hope it will be followed by dialogue on causes of the crisis
Hamas says ceasefire must be preceded by Israel’s commitment to Palestinian conditions
Egypt reiterates its concern over Libya violence which prompted the evacuation of UN staff from the country
Amid escalating violence, voices calling on Libyan parties to end fighting and engage in dialogue are raised
No offer of cooperation made, said international human rights watchdog
The new tripartite strategy involves prevention, protection and intervention, and will include raising awareness, and the rehabilitation of those perpetrating violence as well as their victims.
HRW describes Israeli military actions in the West Bank following the kidnap and murder of three Israelis as amounting to “collective punishment”
Statement holds Ministry of Education accountable, demands Egyptian state work towards protection of children’s lives
Rights groups have announced documented cases of torture, violence and sexual assault; ministry denies any form of violent practices on prisoners
The ministry says that the Palestinian-Israeli situation is frail and that negotiations should resume
Two people were killed last week but the ministry spokesperson says things have now calmed down
Prison sentences vary from one year to life in prison
Egypt has “second biggest deterioration” in 2014 index
The 23 defendants were charged with “the formation of an illegal militant group, the murder of former Security Chief, Nabil Farrag, attacking police and army forces, Christians, and local churches”.
War in the young nation has already killed thousands and forced more than 1.5 million people from their homes, and aid agencies warn of the risk of famine should fighting continue.
By Dr. César Chelala Rape as a weapon of war continues to take a heavy toll on women’s lives in today’s conflicts around the world. A high proportion of the women who are victims of rape end up infected with sexually transmitted diseases and infections, including HIV. The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is …
Ministry of Interior reports two cases of sexual harassment and arrests six in response
The Salloum border crossing has been shut for trucks in both directions until further notice
The attack came a day after violence, including heavy fighting between militants and security forces and twin suicide bombings targeting a minority group, killed at least 36 people in the northern province of Nineveh.
Students caught harassing girls near Upper Egypt high school