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The general assembly of the Journalists Syndicate announced several decisions, Wednesday, in response to the police's storming of the headquarters on Sunday to arrest journalists Amr Badr and Mahmoud al-Sakka.   The syndicate announced the...
Salah Abdel Sadeq, head of the State Information Service, has blamed the spread of violence and extremism in the Arab world on Tom & Jerry cartoons and video games.   In a speech at the conference, “Media and Culture of Violence...
The number of journalists who attended the Journalists Syndicate headquarters to participate in the emergency general assembly continued to increase throughout Wednesday afternoon.   A number of editors-in-chief of state-run, private, and...
The Court of Cassation, headed by Judge Magdy Aboul Ella, acquitted Wednesday Mubarak-era Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif of graft charges.   Nazif was accused of influence peddling and of using his position to illegally amass a large...
The Internal Trade Development Authority (ITDA), affiliated with the Domestic Trade and Supply Ministry, began Wednesday the second phase of President Sisi’s initiative on opening chain stores in the provinces of Egypt. Plots of land have been...
Two technicians were injured Tuesday when a huge fire broke out in a tank car of a freight train transporting diesel from Cairo to Minya.   The tank car caught fire when the train was at Samalout city.   Civil Protection Forces put out...
A general decline in temperatures is forecast across Egypt for Wednesday. The weather will be fine on the north coast, with slightly warmer temperatures for Cairo, the Delta and the Red Sea coast. It will be a hot day throughout Upper Egypt. There...
Fire fighters brought under control a fire that broke out on Sunday among street vendors' stalls on Rowei’y street (off al-Bosta street) in Cairo, before the blaze reached the nearby shops, according to Major General Gamal Halawa, head of...
The Journalists Syndicate accused the Interior Ministry in a statement Monday of circulating rumors and lies regarding the arrest of journalists from its headquarters on Sunday.   Contrary to the ministry's account of events published in a...
Security forces set up a security cordon around the Journalists Syndicate headquarters in downtown Cairo on Monday, as tensions continued between the syndicate and the Interior Ministry over the arrest of two journalists on Sunday. Several streets...