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"The state of emergency, which has been in force since 1981, has had a negative impact on human rights," French ambassador Jean-Baptiste Mattei told the UN Human Rights Council during a review of Egypt's record...

A planned nationwide strike and series of demonstrations by pro-democracy activists in Cairo fizzled Monday in the face of a massive security presence and widespread apathy...

by: Terence Hunt 2008-5-18
President Bush lectured the Arab world Sunday about everything from political repression to the denial of women’s rights but ran into Palestinian complaints he is favoring Israel in stalled Mideast peace talks...

by: Matthew Lee 2008-4-30
Federal agencies, including the State Department, the Department of Homeland Security and the National Counter Terrorism Center, are telling their people not to describe Islamic extremists as "jihadists" or "mujahedeen," according to documents obtained by The Associated Press. Lingo like "Islamo-fascism" is out, too...

by: IBRAHIM BARZAK 2008-4-28
An explosion shattered a tiny Gaza Strip house as Israeli troops battled militants Monday, killing a Palestinian woman and four of her children in new bloodshed that threatened efforts to arrange a truce between the warring sides. ..

by: GEORGE JAHN 2008-4-23
The U.N. nuclear monitoring agency on Wednesday announced what it called a "milestone" agreement with Iran that aims to provide answers about allegations that Tehran tried to develop nuclear weapons...

by: MAGGIE MICHAEL 2008-3-14
A government crackdown has forced dozens of Muslim Brotherhood members into hiding ahead of local elections in Egypt, where the banned group has become the U.S.-allied country’s most powerful opposition force by agitating for Islamic law and democratic reform...

The verdict in the trial of 40 leading Muslim Brotherhood members, a lawyer for the banned opposition group said, linking the postponement to upcoming key local elections...

by: Barry Schweid 2008-2-14
President Bush’s nominee for ambassador to Egypt, brushing aside allegations of interference, vowed on Wednesday to do all in her power to push the most populous Arab country to advance civil and political liberties and to free a top opposition leader...

by: Selcan Hacaoglu 2008-2-14
Parliament voted Saturday to amend the constitution to lift a decades-old ban on Islamic head scarves at Turkey’s universities, despite fierce opposition from the secular establishment...

by: NADIA ABOU EL-MAGD 2007-12-11
A prominent leader of Egypt’s most powerful opposition group who is standing trial in a military court said Monday that the proceedings against him and 39 other senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood were an ``ongoing farce...

Egyptian police have ordered the release of 22 members of the country’s most powerful opposition group,..

by: NADIA ABOU EL-MAGD 2007-11-10
Egypt’s president hinted Tuesday his government would resist U.S. attempts to link military aid with alleged human rights abuses, saying the key American ally refuses "any interference in our affairs."..

by: MAGGIE MICHAEL 2007-11-6
President Hosni Mubarak’s son denied Monday that the ruling party had made it easier for him to succeed his father by changing its bylaws...

In September, the White House voiced displeasure with the media crackdown and the closure of a human rights group...

The U.S. tortures prisoners in violation of international law, former President Jimmy Carter said Wednesday, adding that President Bush makes up his own definition of torture. ..

Egyptian human rights activist Saad Eddin Ibrahim fears he will be arrested, killed and his murder dressed up as suicide if he returns to Egypt, a newspaper quoted him as saying on Thursday...

Egypt began using military tribunals to try Islamist insurgents fighting to overthrow the government in the early 1990s because civil courts would not always convict suspects...

Egypt’s ruling regime is moving forcefully to ensure a smooth succession of power after President Hosni Mubarak. But the big unknown remains: who would follow him..

A court on Thursday ordered release of 10 prominent figures and businessmen belonging to Egypt’s most influential Islamic opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood, after nearly 50 days in detention for holding secret meetings...

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