Response to the Academic Letter, Referred to by The Guardian, Regarding the Death of Italian PhD Student Mr. Giulio Regeni

In response to the Academic Letter, quoted in an article published by The Guardian on 9 February 2016, regarding the death of Italian PhD student Mr. Giulio Regeni, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson, Ahmed Abu Zeid stated that, while we understand the deep shock and sadness at Regeni’s murder, it was premature and short-sighted […]

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The Strong Message Behind President Sisi’s Visit to Egypt’s Young Police Cadets

President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi’s visit to the Police Academy yesterday, reaffirmed the crucial role played by Egypt’s police force in guaranteeing the safety and security of Egypt’s citizens. The President’s statement highlighted that Egypt’s police defends the homeland every day with honour, dedication and perseverance and that their solid value-system guarantees that they will succeed in their mission. […]

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Response to New York Times Article “As Egypt Floods Gaza Tunnels, Smugglers Fear an End to Their Trade”

The article published by the New York Times On 7 October 2015, with the title “As Egypt Floods Gaza Tunnels, Smugglers Fear an End to Their Trade” ironically criticises the Egyptian government for seeking to limit illegal smuggling across its borders. The opening paragraphs of the article are audaciously intended to make the reader sympathise […]

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