The pro-Sisi judiciary in Egypt continues to pursue the family members of the former president Mohammed Morsi.
Egyptian authorities halt access to TRT Arabi's website in an unannounced move following death of ousted president Mohamed Morsi in captivity.
Egypt’s first democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi, was a reluctant leader from humble beginnings, his stratospheric rise and fall from power underlines the tragic state of Egypt today.
Egypt's first democratically elected president has died in the custody of a government that repeatedly ignored his deteriorating health and kept him in constant solitary confinement.
Thousands of people prayed outside the defence ministry in Khartoum, the site of a massive anti-government sit-in which has continued unabated even after the military removed President Omar al Bashir from power two weeks ago.
The recent referendum in Egypt extends President Abdel Fattah el Sisi's tenure - but more importantly, it is a complete capture of Egypt's institutions.
National Election Authority head Lashin Ibrahim says 88.83 percent voted "yes" for changes that could keep President Abdel Fattah el Sisi in power until 2030, with 11.17 percent voting "no".
Dates for April announced after parliament approved amendments to the constitution that could keep President Abdel Fattah el Sisi in power until 2030.
Ayman Nour, a prominent Egyptian political dissident and former presidential candidate, tells TRT World that Sisi will not benefit from ‘catastrophic’ constitutional amendments, even if they pass through a national vote.
Experts believe that recent New Zealand far-right attacks are aimed at radicalising Muslim youth around the world, while Arab autocrats are complementing such plans with their oppressive policies against their citizens.
President Erdogan said Ankara's main goal is to eradicate terrorism from Manbij and create a Turkish-controlled safe zone in the region. The Turkish President also touched on the Venezuela crisis and relations with Russia and the United States.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el Sisi's bizarre statements reached new heights when he suggested that his fellow citizens are not ready for the prosperity enjoyed by Europeans.
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