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Egyptian journalist: Saudi to collapse in a month

Egyptian journalist Tawfiq Okasha said on Monday that Saudi Arabia "will collapse within a month" if it fails to change its policy regarding dealing with Western states and the United States.


Algerian judiciary opens major graft cases from Boutiflika's reign

Algerian Judiciary on Tuesday announced the dates to start trial of three major graft cases that hit the nation from the reign of President, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Anadolu news agency reported.


Egyptian Brotherhood ‘never closed the door for reconciliation’

Headquarter of Muslim Brotherhood.

A senior Muslim Brotherhood official has said that the movement welcomes reconciliation with any Egyptian party except the coup and its leaders. Jamal Abdul-Sattar described the Egyptian coup leaders as "killers".


Egyptian foreign ministry official: Egypt keen to strengthen US ties

Egyption flag

An Egyptian foreign ministry official expressed his country's keenness on Monday to strengthen strategic ties with the United States, pointing to Egypt's uneasiness about the "slowing" of US support for Egypt's war against terrorism.


In Egypt, women’s silence increases sexual harassment

Egyptian women crying

Dunia Albert, a member of Egypt's anti- harassment movement, has said that the Egyptian law is not the reason behind the increase of sexual harassment in the street but rather it is the silence of girls and women who suffer from the harassment.


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