From Uganda to the West Bank, people are seeing an eerie familiarity when looking at events in Ferguson, Mo. Some are sharing their horror, others their advice in how to deal with a police crackdown.
Egyptian officials banned HRW researchers from entering the country the day before the report’s release.
Rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip on Friday morning, while Israeli air strikes hit northern Gaza.
As Israel’s offensive in Gaza ends its 28th day, cease-fire efforts have intensified.
The bank has also warned two Muslim organisations, including a mosque, that their accounts will be terminated in 60 days.
“It’s not our business what happens in Gaza. For the last four years they have done nothing but cause us trouble.”
This sentencing is the first retaliation against sexual criminals following the government’s decision to toughen penalties for rape.
Hamas says it was not consulted by Egyptian officials who negotiated the deal.
More than one thousand African asylum seekers left Israel’s Holot detention center this weekend and began marching toward the border with Egypt.
Well, it’s not because it’s fun.
The reference to a singular “family” without acknowledging diversity could be used as precedent to oppose rights for LGBT couples.
Officials believed the journalists would be given a pardon or lighter sentences. “Obviously, we were wrong.”
One reporter was able to capture the chilling moment and post a short clip on Instagram.
An Egyptian court has found the three men guilty of spreading false news and supporting terrorism — despite little evidence to support the verdict.
Exclusive: Al Jazeera notified dozens of employees Wednesday that it was ending their contracts. The Qatar-based network has not been operating in Egypt since December 2013, but has kept offices in the country.
Abdullah Elshamy, who had been held without charges for almost a year, was released on Tuesday. “I won,” he told reporters.
A rally against sexual harassment ended with police arresting two members of anti-harassment group or unlawful protest, and two men arrested for harassing women at the protest. Egyptian women spoke to BuzzFeed about what they think should be done to protect them.
Wait til you hear what other countries call “Cool Ranch” flavored Doritos.
Amid furor over sexual assaults in Egypt, Sisi said, “I take responsibility.”
Reports of assaults and harassment met with mocking laughter from one TV news anchor.
“Bassem Youssef and his team did a tremendous show under harrowing conditions, and while they’re not on the air for now, their work will continue to inspire us all here at this show.”
The popular El Bernameg show was plagued with problems over the last year, including lawsuits, jammed signals, and protests.
Tweets, retweets, and Facebook posts are among online activity that the Egyptian government is now openly monitoring.
“This is Egypt, whoever wins the presidency makes up the numbers.”
Many people chose not to vote in Egypt’s presidential election. Others chose to dance.
So few people have come out to vote in Egypt’s election that vacant polling stations have become a thing.
Voting booths across Egypt remain quiet, as apathy sets in.
Egyptians are getting ready to vote Monday, but it is already clear to many that military man Abdel Fattah el-Sisi will be the next president.