الإثنين , 19 أغسطس 2019

البرلمان

AUC refuses to comment on protests against arrest of 2 students

Following the sentencing of two students from the American University in Cairo to five years in prison and a 100,000 EGP fine, demonstrations broke out on Wednesday, and the university failed to respond to the situation amid protestations from both students and staff.

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Intensive security measures following two explosions in South Sinai

South Sinai Governorate witnessed a high security alert in all streets in the governorate and in front of public buildings following two bombings in Tur Sinai early Friday.

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Third bombing takes place in Heliopolis, two officer dead

Two police officers were reportedly killed in an explosion outside the Heliopolis Court Friday, making it the third bombing to occur on Friday.

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Evangelical Church: female priesthood raises controversy

Egypt’s Evangelical Synod decided to refer the issue of the ordination of female priests to the executive commission of the synod to conduct the necessary studies and seminars in this regard,.

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Explosion in South Sinai, 1 death and 3 injuries

A security source in South Sinai said that a militant detonated a suicide bomb at a security checkpoint in Tur Sinai early Friday, Youm7 reported.

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KSA scores a key ‘goal’

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah dedicated on Thursday a SR2 billion sports city named after him to the Saudi people. “You deserve more as your fathers and forefathers built this country,” he told a jubilant crowd at King Abdullah Sports City near Usfan.

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National Council for Human Rights express solidarity with April 6

Abdul Ghaffar Shukr, vice president of Egypt’s state-run rights watchdog National Council for Human Rights, said the council is prepared to stand in solidarity with the April 6 Youth Movement regarding a court ruling to ban the movement’s activities, if the movement requests their assistance

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Strike, security lockdown shuts Indian Kashmir

Parts of Indian-controlled Kashmir remained under curfew Thursday, while general strikes were being staged in other areas after government forces fatally shot a man during an anti-India protest.

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King opens country’s newest sports venue, Shabab win cup

Custodian of Two Holy Mosques opened the King Abdullah Sport City in Jeddah as Shabab easily defeated Ahli 3-0. King Abdullah said, ”You're my sons and brothers and you deserve more and your ancestors built this country.” The opening ceremony followed an exciting first half between the two sides.

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Father’s grief assuaged as main suspect in Ashraf’s death reportedly killed

Police forces reportedly killed on Monday a man believed to be the main suspect in the violence that occurred in Ain Shams last month, in which Al-Dostour journalist Mayada Ashraf was killed.

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