George Claassen asks if it was unfair to name Mallett at all in a case of alleged misconduct that clearly has no relevance to him?
Egypt has inaugurated several power generation projects, including three power plants built by the German conglomerate Siemens.
Egypt's president has picked three former leaders at state news organisations during the era of deposed Hosni Mubarak to lead new media watchdog agencies.
Egypt's president has declared his support for a French proposal to hold a Mideast peace conference later this year.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi is opening an Africa-focused investment conference, with government and private sector representatives, aiming to boost intra-African investments.
Egypt's el-Sissi gets a red card for his grand red carpet.
Egypt and Ethiopia say there's hope for long-term Nile River co-operation following their agreement.
Egypt will hold a retrial for two Al-Jazeera English journalists still imprisoned, court officials say, throwing into question one of their fates after authorities deported their Australian colleague.
A new Egyptian decree allows the president to deport foreigners accused or convicted of a crime.
An Egyptian group, Soldiers of Egypt, has claimed the blasts outside the presidential palace that killed 2 police officers.
Egypt's el-Sissi has resigned from the military and announced he will run for president.
Egypt's parliament has passed a bill targeting popular social media accounts that authorities accuse of publishing "fake news", the latest move in a five-year-old drive to suppress dissent and silence independent sources of news.
Egypt's former top auditor who exposed massive corruption in the country has gone on trial on charges that include spreading 'false news.'
Egyptian activists have taken to social media to demand the release of five detained members of a satirical street performance group whose selfie-style video clips mocked President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi
Egypt's president calls for new law to hold police accountable after incident with an officer killing a driver.
A protester has disrupted a news conference as Egypt's al-Sissi defends his government's track record.
Egypt's president has shrugged off criticism of human rights abuses, blaming a 'civilizational gap'.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi says his office is drafting a law to criminalise insulting the uprisings that toppled President Hosni Mubarak and his Islamist successor Mohammed Morsi.
Egypt's military to guard key state facilities as prominent pro-democracy activist is detained
Egypt's el-Sissi says he donates half of his wealth and salary to help the country.
Popular Egyptian satirist says he’ll take the military and the government at their word that they are not behind the decision to take his weekly television programme off air.
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