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Egypt sentences 75 people to death over 2013 Cairo sit-in
An Egyptian court has sentenced to death 75 people for their participation in sit-in protests following the 2013 ouster of democratically elected President Mohamed Morsi.
Chinese firms send food, hold charity iftar in Cairo
Dozens of Chinese companies on Sunday sent hundreds of food boxes to the needy people and held a charity iftar table in Cairo's Maadi district, sharing the joy of Egyptians during the holy month of Ramadan.
Egypt attack: Gunman attacks church near Cairo
At least four people were killed in a gun attack on a church in Helwan, south of Cairo, reports say.
Cairo-based media: Sudan plotting with Turkey, Qatar against Egypt
The pro-government media in Cairo have accused neighboring Sudan of conspiring with Turkey and Qatar against Egypt.
Egypt detains 15 after dozens attack Coptic church south of Cairo
Egyptian authorities have detained 15 people pending an investigation into an attack on an unlicensed Coptic Christian church in a village south of Cairo, a security source said on Sunday.
Egyptian forces kill 5 militants northeast of Cairo
Egyptian security forces have killed five suspected militants during a raid on a desert hideout to the northeast of the capital Cairo.
Palestinian factions start reconciliation talks in Cairo
Leading Palestinian political factions began talks in Cairo on Tuesday aimed at pushing ahead with reconciliation efforts, including discussing the formation of a unity government.
Hamas, Fatah sign deal on Palestinian reconciliation
Rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah signed an agreement Thursday on ending a decade-long split following talks mediated by Egypt in Cairo, with president Mahmud Abbas calling it a "final" accord.
Egyptian police engage in deadly shootout with militants outside Cairo
Two suspected militants have been killed in an exchange of fire with Egyptian police in a province outside the capital Cairo.
Cairo court gives death penalty to 20 men over Kerdasa massacre
An Egyptian court has upheld the death penalty for 20 people over their alleged roles in killing of 13 policemen in the violence that followed the military's ousting of former president Mohamed Morsi in 2013, while sentencing many others to hefty jail terms.
Cairo set to grow by half a million this year
The population of Cairo is set to grow by 500,000 this year, more than any other city in the world, adding to the pressure on the country’s economy struggling to recover from six years of political turmoil.
Cichello appointed as Iran U23 volleyball team head coach
The Islamic Republic of Iran Volleyball Federation (IRIVF) has named Argentine volleyball coach Juan Manuel Cichello as the head coach of Iran men's national under-23 volleyball team.
Egypt arrests four over deadly church bombing in Cairo
Egyptian security forces have arrested four people, including a woman, over the recent deadly bombing that killed at least two dozen Christian citizens at a church in the capital, Cairo.
Egypt police cordon off Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo
Egyptian riot police have cordoned off the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo amid an intensifying standoff following the arrest of two journalists.

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