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A protester throws a stone at riot policemen during clashes along a road which leads to the U.S. embassy, near Tahrir Square in Cairo, 13 September 2012. Security forces fired teargas to disperse stone-throwing demonstrators near the U.S. embassy in Cairo late on Wednesday, some 24 hours after protesters scaled the walls and tore down the flag over a film insulting the Prophet Mohammad.
Al-Masry Al-Youm 22 Mar 2015
The Court of Cassation on Sunday upheld a five-year prison sentence against a preacher over charges of burning a copy...
A Saudi internet surfer checks his Twitter account at a coffee shop in Riyadh. Malaysia has deported a young Saudi journalist who is wanted in his home country over a Twitter post about the Prophet Mohamed that sparked calls for his execution, according to an official. (AFP Photo/Fayez Nureldine)
Dalia Rabie 10 Feb 2013
Information technology experts dismissed a court order issued Saturday banning YouTube in Egypt for a month for hosting...
Egypt Independent
MENA
09 Feb 2013
The Cairo Administrative Court ordered the government Saturday to ban YouTube and all other websites that showed the...
MENA
Egypt Independent
29 Jan 2013
Egypt's Grand Mufti Ali Gomaa has approved a death sentence delivered in absentia for seven Coptic Egyptian expats...
Albert Saber Ayyad, 25, blogger accused of religious defamation, flashes victory sign as he stands in cage during his trial, 26 September 2012. Court adjourns the trial to next October.
Al-Masry Al-Youm 20 Dec 2012
Released on bail after being convicted of defaming religion, activist and blogger Alber Saber is speaking out to the...
AFP 18 Dec 2012
DOHA — Qatar-based company Alnoor Holding has said it will raise the budget for a planned movie series on the...
Al-Masry Al-Youm 28 Nov 2012
Cairo Criminal Court on Wednesday sentenced seven expatriate Coptic Egyptians to death in absentia over involvement in...
Albert Saber Ayyad, 25, blogger accused of religious defamation, flashes victory sign as he stands in cage during his trial, 26 September 2012. Court adjourns the trial to next October.
Reuters 22 Oct 2012
Egyptian rights group said on Monday a Coptic Christian on trial for posting online a video that ignited protests...
Al-Masry Al-Youm 21 Oct 2012
The Nasr City Misdemeanor Court has postponed to November the trial of al-Umma satellite channel owner Sheikh Ahmed...
Hundreds of protesters gathering in front of the U.S. embassy headquarters during a protest against what they said was a film being produced in the United States that was insulting to the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and mocking him, Cairo, 11 September 2012. Protesters scaled the walls of the U.S. embassy and some pulled down the American flag, and burnt it, then replace it with black flag.
MENA 21 Oct 2012
  The Cairo Criminal Court postponed on Sunday the trial in absentia of eight defendants accused of producing the...