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by: Joseph Mayton 2010-1-16
CAIRO: The first batch of Egyptian activists and bloggers detained in Upper Egypt were released Saturday around 4:30 p.m. upon arrival back in Cairo after police had detained them near Nag Hammadi..

by: Joseph Mayton 2009-12-30
DAMANHOUR and CAIRO: Women are often seen as the glue of the family and in Egypt, a number of women have become the glue that keeps the adhesive together in the ongoing efforts to better working wages...

by: Mohamed Abdel Salam 2009-12-30
Cairo: A group of Islamic and Arab leaders, as well as a group from the Egyptian community in Germany, have asked the German government to grant them a license to build a mosque in Dresden in honor of the Egyptian woman killed in a courtroom in the same city...

by: Muhammed Hamza 2009-12-30
The use of the Internet in Egypt as a platform for political activism has been the topic of discussion in various political circles and in the media...

2009-12-28
Too often in the Arab world, statements are issued that leave the skin coiling...

by: S. Nayyar Iqbal Raza 2009-12-24
KARACHI, Pakistan: Greg Mortenson is an American and, like our philanthropist Maulana Abdul Sattar Edhi, likes to spend his time with the underprivileged and poor without discrimination,..

by: Joseph Mayton 2009-12-24
CAIRO: Breast feeding. Yes, breast feeding, was the cause for controversy after Al-Azhar University lecturer Ezzat Atiyya issued a fatwa that suggested women should allow their male colleagues to breast feed in order to limit sexual harassment...

by: Abd Alrahman Ayyash 2009-12-17
According to his page on Facebook, this November 14, is the third anniversary for Khairat Alshater’s detention. Khairat Alshater’s is the second deputy chairman for Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt...

2009-12-13
Egyptian Islamic thinkers have condemned French Justice Minister Michele Alliot-Marie over comments she said on a recent television interview...

2009-12-11
Egypt’s health ministry on Wednesday confirmed two more H1N1, or Swine Flu, deaths in the country, raising the total to 35. The past two weeks has witnessed the worst outbreak of the virus, as health experts believe the change in seasons has contributed to the rise in risk...

by: Dalia Ziada 2009-12-11
Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) usually involves the removal of the clitoris and other parts of female genitalia. It is considered by many people in Egypt as a necessary practice that tames a girl’s sexual desires and maintains her honor...

by: Joseph Mayton 2009-12-8
The battle between the Egyptian government and the Muslim Brotherhood wages on. This time, 10 senior members of the opposition Islamic group were arrested on Saturday, the group told Bikya Masr in an official statement...

by: Joseph Mayton 2009-12-7
Egyptians are still fuming over their ousting from the World Cup. As Algerians celebrated Friday’s draw for next year’s World Cup finals in South Africa, three Algerian citizens were allegedly beaten by Egyptians in the Kuwaiti capital city, local newspapers reported...

by: Joseph Mayton 2009-12-7
A new study of 15 nations, the majority in the developing world, discovered that majorities of the people polled want their governments to take steps to fight climate change, even if that entails costs. According to the report, people signaled they would support public measures to limit greenhouse gas emissions and step up adaptation measures...

2009-12-7
Two boats traveling in the northern Nile Delta region collided, security sources said on Saturday, one day after the incident. According to reports, some 13 passengers were rescued after two motorboats hit each other in northern Egypt...

2009-12-7
Egypt reported over the weekend that a 56-year-old man from Alexandria, the country’s second largest city, has become the 24th victim of the H1N1 influenza virus, commonly known as Swine flu. The health ministry said that the man suffered from a fever, dyspnea and renal failure before succumbing to the virus..

by: Joseph Mayton 2009-12-7
CAIRO: It has become the neverending story of Egypt’s Zahi Hawass to get Germany to return the famous Nefertiti bust...

by: Bikya Masr Staff 2009-12-7
Spain’s deputy prime minister, Mar?a Teresa Fern?ndez de la Vega, has said it is in negotiations with Morocco over the return of a prominent Western Sahara independence activist who has been on hunger strike for 20 days...

by: Mohamed Abdel Salam 2009-12-7
CAIRO: Egypt’s Minister of State for Family and Population Moshira Khattab said last week that a recent study from the ministry revealed that there is a “shocking” number of underage girls wedding elderly Arab men in the country...

by: Bikya Masr Staff 2009-12-7
CAIRO: Egypt’s Doctors Without Rights, an advocacy group for the betterment of health care in the country,..

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