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Among the accused was Habiba Mohammed, the wife of the former minister of civil service, charged with smuggling funds to support religious extremism
The mosque, similar to the Faisal Mosque in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad that was also built by oil-rich Saudi Arabia in 1980s, will hold 15,000 worshippers at a time
Raissi was accused of having trained the 19 Islamist militants who carried out the attacks
The ministry said the trio also met with the father of 15-year-old Malala, who was shot in the head by the Taliban earlier this month
Officials said about 120,000 police were deployed throughout the five-day pilgrimage
US officials say placing the Internet under UN control would undermine the freewheeling nature of cyberspace
Russia had thrown its support behind Brahimi’s call for Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad’s army and the rebels to lay down arms during the Eid Al-Adha holiday
Monday’s rocket fire followed hot on the heels of two late-night Israeli air strikes which did not cause any injuries
Analysis of the draft constitution, part 4: the president
Four years ago, bad debts portfolio represented 30 per cent of the total credit portfolio
The beginning of this fiscal year has seen the EGPC balancing debt to banks and financial obligations to foreign companies
Over the past year, an increasing number of sectarian-related incidents of violence have taken place
No Military Trials commemorates torture victim
The Church to announce final three candidates on Monday night
Bedouins demand the release of a man under police protection
172 harassers arrested amid intensive efforts to fight the phenomenon
The Turkish loan to Egypt has triggered a political crisis in Turkey.
Why do they hate the media? And who are they?
Tawasol for Developing Establ Antar is an nongovernmental organization (NGO) which works with children who have dropped out of school. The NGO says it provides around 140 primary school children with a chance to continue education and teaches them sports.
Part two of a series that examines the composition of the Qandil cabinet with a close look at allegiances and alliances within.
DNE has always been the journalism school that many of today’s Egyptian star writers have graduated from.