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Hosni Mubarak

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  • Egipto pospone el veredicto en el caso contra el expresidente Mubarak

    EL CAIRO (Reuters) - Un tribunal egipcio aplazó hasta el 29 de noviembre su veredicto sobre si el expresidente Hosni Mubarak ordenó el asesinato de manifestantes durante el levantamiento de 2011 que puso fin a su gobierno de tres décadas. Antes de...
  • Egypt blasts Turkish leader Erdogan after U.N. speech

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt has accused Turkish leader Tayyip Erdogan of supporting terrorists and seeking to provoke mayhem in the Middle East after he questioned the legitimacy of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in a speech at the UN General...
  • Egypt postpones verdict in case against ex-president Mubarak

    CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court postponed to Nov. 29 its verdict on whether former president Hosni Mubarak ordered the killing of protesters during the 2011 uprising that ended his three-decade rule. Before adjourning the hearing on Saturday, the...
  • From jubilation in Tahrir, Egypt returns to Mubarak-era politics

    CAIRO (Reuters) - In a dusty courtyard in Egypt's Nile Delta, men gather to ask for favors at the home of retired police general Sayyed Azb. Some are seeking jobs, others want certificates proving they are literate or help in securing building licenses -...
  • Islamic State urges more attacks on Egyptian security forces

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Islamic State urged insurgents in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Monday to press ahead with attacks against Egyptian security forces and beheadings, a call likely to deepen concern over ties between the militant groups. Egyptian officials,...
  • Bomb kills three policemen, including witness against Mursi

    CAIRO (Reuters) - A bomb blast beside Egypt's foreign ministry killed three policemen on Sunday, including a key witness in a trial of deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi. The blast, the worst attack in Cairo for months, killed two police lieutenant...
  • Egypt targets last bastion of Muslim Brotherhood dissent, Al Azhar

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt has moved to curb one of the last bastions of Muslim Brotherhood dissent with sweeping new rules to curtail violent protest at Al Azhar University, among the world's most venerable centers of Islamic learning. Egypt has banned the...
  • Where have all the allies gone?

    The so-called Islamic State has left destruction everywhere that it has gained ground. But as in the case of the tribal Scythians, Vandals, Huns or Mongols of the past, sowing chaos in its wake does not mean that the Islamic State won't continue to seek...
  • Finance minister hopeful reforms can revive Egyptian economy

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt will press ahead with plans to cut costly energy subsidies and introduce further tax reforms to boost the economy and halve the budget deficit within seven years, the country's finance minister said on Tuesday. President Abdel...
  • Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel Fattah released from prison on bail

    Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel Fattah released from prison on bail
    One of Egypt’s best-known pro-democracy activists was freed from prison on bail Monday, but faces retrial for violating an anti-protest law. Alaa Abdel Fattah, wan and worn after a prolonged hunger strike, was welcomed by friends and supporters as...
  • Leading Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel Fattah freed on bail

    CAIRO (Reuters) - One of Egypt's most prominent activists, Alaa Abdel Fattah, was released on bail on Monday ahead of his re-trial on charges of violating a protest law, triggering celebrations by dozens of supporters in the court room. Abdel Fattah,...
  • Seizure of assets from graft up, but little money returned

    WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Profiting from public corruption is getting a little more difficult as international officials improve their ability to seize stolen assets, a new study has found. About $20 billion to $40 billion leaves...