Security forces had previously arrested the accused on similar charges, but freed them after they signed a pledge not to take part in such activities again.
The military says it found 40 long-range M-302 rockets aboard the Panamanian-flagged Klos-C it intercepted in the Red Sea last week, as well as 181 122mm mortar shells and approximately 400,000 7.62-calibre rounds.
Group calls on Saudis to support Egyptian people and not the “oppressive putschist regime”
The retail group plans to establish five commercial malls in Egypt over the next five years
Detention of 22 more detainees arrested from Dokki on 25 January is renewed
Over 150 entrepreneurs, 20 mentors and 4 judges were present at the entrepreneurship event
“All the voters of the constituency took part in voting and 100 percent of them voted for Kim Jong-Un,” the North’s official KCNA news agency said.
ABn’G experiments with a new concept of bringing together designers of different backgrounds under one roof
The website aims to avoid misconceptions and provide proper information about sexual health and practices
Mesh Sakta’s goal is to empower women and to highlight the criminal nature of sexual harassment
One of those traditional treats to munch on are termes, or lupin beans.
It’s a running joke in the political circuits in developing countries: “Who needs a constitution over here?” Currently in Egypt, the joke has turned sour. Three years, six cabinets (not counting the reshuffles), two Constituent Assemblies and two constitutions after the 25 January Revolution, Egypt remains a country not bothered by its own governing laws. …
By Moha Ennaji The last three or so decades have seen a spectacular rise of what came to be called “political Islam”: a complex but real category in political and social sciences. Whether espoused or shunned, political Islam has created a genuine debate. However, the recent events in Egypt and Tunisia threw serious doubt on …
By Dr James Zogby The Ukrainian struggle for independence speaks to me on so many levels. Because I know the history of the Ukraine, I understand their resentment and fear of their often domineering Russian neighbour. I also understand their deep attachment to their land, their culture, and the story of their people. Ukrainians have …
“Pity the nation divided into fragments, each fragment deeming itself a nation”
Defendant had challenged the court verdict sentencing him to 15 years in prison
Hisham Zaazou says he will coordinate with the Minister of Civil Aviation to decrease flight costs and cut exit fees
Army to cooperate with Emirati construction company Arabtec to supply units over period of five years
United Arab Emirates praises recent Saudi decision to list the Brotherhood as a terrorist organisation
Mehleb said the traffic route, a joint effort between the ministries of Irrigation, Agriculture, and Environment, will not have any negative effect on neighbouring farmland.
The non-refundable grant will support social and economic development
Tourists spent around 8,888,058 nights during January, statistics agency says
Saudi Arabia’s measure advanced 1.1% to its highest level since July 2008, while trading volume jumped to its highest in almost two years.
Lawyer files appeal, political parties suspicious after presidency issues a decree granting Supreme Electoral Commission immunity from legal scrutiny
Doctors held an open ended strike in 2012 which lasted more than 80 days
Ibrahim Mehleb said his government is working on redistributing the energy subsidies to “offer it to those who deserve help”
Financial institutions will benefit as well from the initiative, as the banks will be provided the opportunity to build long term relationship with their customers.
Qatar, which has denied the Guardian’s findings, has seen an increasing influx of foreigners, now estimated at 1.8 million, with its population rising 10% in 2013.
Human rights groups decries cancelation of TV show after if refused censorship
Fatah says Hamas “does not have the right” to decide if Egypt is to sponsor Palestinian reconciliation talks