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Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi said Tuesday he will not interfere in court rulings, rebuffing calls from the United States and other Western governments that he pardon or commute the sentences of three Al-Jazeera journalists handed heavy
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An Egyptian court has sentenced three Al Jazeera journalists to seven years each in prison on charges of supporting the banned Muslim Brotherhood and spreading false news. The former BBC correspondent Peter Greste, from
14 The UAE has seen none of the violent turmoil that has shaken other parts of the Middle East[Reuters] Seven men arrested last year on suspicion of planning attacks in the United Arab Emirates have been jailed for belonging to an al-Qaeda network
US Secretary of State John Kerry has brought good news for Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, the new President of Egypt – the good news is that the US has released $575m in military aid to Egypt, this aid had been frozen after President Mohammed
Secretary of State John Kerry arrived on Sunday in Cairo to meet with President Sisi Abdul Fatah, a meeting at the highest level between the two Governments since the Egyptian President took office. "It is clear that this
Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Egypt Sunday to meet with the country’s newly elected leadership and to discuss the country’s political transition. Kerry met Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, the former general who was
In terms of the security situation, there is no fighting or bombing. The roads are open, but there is a shortage of basic goods and services. For example there is no electricity or Internet, and water, as well as gas cylinders and fuel are in short
Cairo Mohamed Fahmy, Peter Greste and Baher Mohamed in a defendants' cage. Photograph: Hamada Elrasam/AP Egypt 's commitment to free speech will be tested on Monday, with a Cairo court set to announce a verdict in the trial of three al-Jazeera
The United States is moving forward with attempts to thaw relations with Egypt that have cooled over concerns that the government in Cairo has conducted sham trials, imprisoned journalists and issued a violent crackdown on its political enemies...