At least 28 people killed after train hit steel barrier in Cairo station

At least 28 people have died while many others were injured when a train rammed into a steel barrier at Ramses station in central...

Migration, security and business deals top the first Arab-EU summit agenda

Arab and European leaders met on Sunday in the Egyptian resort city of Sharm el-Sheikh for the first EU-Arab summit under the slogan “Investing...

Protests against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika gradually spread across Algeria

Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Algiers and other major cities against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's bid for a fifth term in April's presidential elections. The angry...

Sudan declares state of emergency amid widespread anti-government protests

Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir has declared a national state of emergency, dismissed the federal government and sacked all state governors amid widespread anti-government protests. President...

Nine political prisoners executed in Egypt after confessions obtained by torture

Nine Egyptian prisoners, who were accused of killing the country's former public prosecutor in 2015, were executed on Wednesday morning amid widespread condemnation from...

14 Tunisian workers rescued after being held hostage by Libyan militia for three days

Fourteen Tunisian oil refinery workers who were kidnapped last week by a Libyan militia were freed on Sunday, Tunisia's Foreign Ministry has confirmed. The hostages...

Family of 19 yr old Briton held in Egypt fear he will be sentenced...

The family of a 19-year-old British man fear that he is due to be sentenced for spying in Egypt over a mobile phone video...

Sudan “held secret meeting” with Israel

Israeli media is reporting that a senior Israeli diplomat met with Sudanese officials in a secret meeting in Istanbul as part of efforts to...

Chadian leader Idriss Deby visits Israel

Yet another leader of a Muslim nation has visited Israel. On Sunday President Idriss Deby became the first Chadian leader to visit Israel, 46 years...

Egypt sentences more than 700 people for attending pro-Morsi protests in 2013

Egypt has sentenced more than 700 people for attending a pro-Muslim Brotherhood sit-in protest after President Mohammed Morsi was overthrown in 2013. The court confirmed...
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