Al-Jazeera English's acting director-general said the verdict "'defies logic and common sense"
These will be the first elections since President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was elected to office
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The explosion was near a national security building
Four out of 5 Yemenis are in need of humanitarian assistance
China revealed an "oil bubble" statue in the northwest town of Karamay on Aug. 11 that is almost identical to Chicago's reflective, beanlike sculpture Cloud Gate...
It prescribes stiff jail sentences for a range of crimes
Tomislav Salopek is the second foreigner to be killed by extremists in the last two years
The group says they will the hostage if Egypt does not release "Muslim women" held in prison within 48 hours
"Egyptians have made a huge effort so as to give the world this gift for development, construction and civilization"
Egypt's suppression of peaceful protest has created new extremists
Canal expected to double its capacity by 2023
A rocket attack on a warship was just the latest in a series of escalating attacks on Egyptian forces in SInai
Egypt's Sinai Province has seen a recent upsurge in militant violence
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Protesters are demanding the 52-year-old's immediate release
Over 2011 prison break
Four people were injured at the popular tourist destination
Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi will face 20 years in prison over the killing of protesters in 2012
Former president Mohamed Morsi will be judged and sentenced on Tuesday