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Egyptian court to consider eliminating presidential term limits

Supporters say current constitution reflects an Islamist agenda and is insufficient for Sisi to carry out sweeping reforms.

By JACOB WIRTSCHAFTER , MINA NADER/THE MEDIA LINE
14/12/2018
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi meets with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in Cairo
Report: Abbas to meet Sisi about Gaza as part of Egyptian truce efforts

According to media reporters in the Arabic press, Egypt has spoken with Hamas about the possibility of using funds from Qatar to pay the salaries of civil servants in Gaza.

Egyptian President meets Evangelical American delegation

He emphasized that Egypt is keen to consolidate the values of citizenship, equality and non-discrimination among citizens.

28/09/2018
MIKE EVANS (left) meets with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in Cairo earlier this year.
Fighting terrorism is a human right

President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of Egypt deserves a Nobel Peace Prize, along with the Presidential Medal of Freedom award, for saving Egypt from a human rights catastrophe.

08/03/2018
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Russia's Putin, Egypt's Sisi discuss nuclear deal, Middle East tensions

Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to Cairo reflects the deepening ties between Russia and Egypt.

By REUTERS
11/12/2017
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Egyptian lawmaker to propose anti-gay bill as part of crackdown

Gay men in Egypt are frequently arrested and typically charged with debauchery, immorality or blasphemy.

By REUTERS
09/11/2017
Trump: US will consider resuming halted military aid to Egypt

The US president said he would consider redirecting funds to Egypt just ahead of his meeting with Egyptian President al-Sisi.

By REUTERS
21/09/2017
From applause to denial, Middle East media react to Sisi-Netanyahu meeting

Reports of the meeting were nowhere to be found on Al-Jazeera as of 10am Jerusalem time, eight hours after it happened and six hours after photos from the sit-down were released.

Train crash in Egypt kills dozens, injures more than 100 people

A railroad switching error was the most likely cause, a security source said without giving further details.

By REUTERS
12/08/2017
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