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In Sisi’s Egypt, even teenagers who can’t take their exams get arrested ǀ View
A group of high school students in Egypt can’t take their exams because the system introduced by the Education Minister has failed them. [...] The students, aged 15 to 16 years old, decided to take to the streets to peacefully protest the situation, but they were in turn violently arrested.
Egypt's al-Sisi could be in power until 2030 after voters back changes
Nearly 90% of Egyptian voters have backed constitutional changes that could see President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi stay in power until 2030.
Egyptians vote in referendum on extending president's time in power
If he wins President Al Sisi could stay in power until 2030 and the role of the already powerful military would be boosted too.
A newly passed bill could extend Sisi's rule for another decade
Egypt's parliament have approved amendments to the constitution that could keep President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in power until 2030. The reform must still be endorsed in a referendum which, if approved, would lengthen the country's presidential terms to six years including Sisi's current term.
Death toll rises in Libya as clashes at Tripoli continue
Egypt released photos showing the commander of the LNA Khalifa Haftar with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi after they met in Cairo on Sunday, but no other details were given about their meeting.
The week that was: out with the old and in with the new ǀ View
We bring you our weekly round-up of all the View articles driving opinion across Europe and beyond over the last seven days.
EU indulgence of Sisi’s brutal tactics is fueling instability ǀ View
Time and again, Western leaders have chosen either to endorse Sisi’s régime or to accept it implicitly. The result is the endorsement of brutal tactics which are fuelling instability in Sinai.
Macron presses Egypt's Al-Sisi on human rights during official visit
French president Emmanuel Macron has said that stability and human rights are necessary in Egypt
Egypt - EU partnership: oppressors and their friends | View
Europe’s leaders have professed their commitment to working for the common interests of Egyptians and Europeans, including speaking out in defence of human rights. But it’s far from clear how this definition of common interest is being extended to ordinary Egyptians.
An Egyptian court sentences 75 people to death and jails hundreds of others
An Egyptian court has sentenced 75 people to death and jailed more than 600 others over a 2013 protest that ended with the killing of hundreds of protesters by security forces.
Sisi has been sworn in for 2nd term as Egyptian president
Sisi is sworn in as Egyptian president after winning more than 97 percent of votes in the controversial March election.
Low turnout forecast in Egypt's presidential election
Sisi on course for expected victory in contest boycotted by opposition
Final day of voting in Egyptian presidential election
The outcome looks to be a forgone conclusion with President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi expected to sweep to victory, but low turnout could weaken his authority.
Egypt election: What has Sisi done since taking power?
Euronews spoke to experts about what Sisi has done during his first four years in power and what another term in office could mean for Egypt.
Candidates cast vote in Egypt's presidential election
Incumbent President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is widely expected to return to power
Abdel Fatah al-Sisi set to secure second term in Egypt's elections
As polls open in Egypt's presidential elections current leader Abdel Fatah al-Sisi looks set to secure a second term, amid criticism over the vote's questionable democratic credentials.
Egypt 2018 Presidential Elections: Top 10 Facts
Egyptians go to the polls on March 26 and for three days, they will cast their votes to elect the country's president, in a race pitting the incumbent president Abdel Fattah el Sisi against little kno
Egypt detains last major challenger to Sisi's reelection
The army says former military chief of staff Sami Anan broke the law by running for president without permission.
Egypt: Sisi to run for second presidential term
The general-turned-president is widely expected to win re-election in March
Egypt mourns mosque massacre as the military strikes back
The death toll in Egypt's worst militant attack in modern history has now passed 300
British woman to face criminal trial in Egypt for carrying painkillers
Laura Plummer flew into the country with Tramadol, legal in the UK but illegal in Egypt.
Al-Sisi: no longer a pariah in Washington
No longer a pariah in Washington: Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has made his first visit to the White House since being elected in 2014.
Merkel offers Egypt help in stemming migration to Europe
Angela Merkel has sought to help Egypt in tackling migration to Europe as the German Chancellor visited the country ahead of a trip to Tunisia.
Challenge and hope: analysing Egypt's loan from the IMF
Egypt is to get an International Monetary Fund bailout loan, but can it bring down public debt, control inflation and protect the country's poor?
Gunmen kill eight police officers outside Cairo
Eight policemen have been shot dead near Cairo, Egypt’s Interior Ministry announced on Sunday. It said a vehicle carrying the victims, in civilian
Tear gas used to disperse protests in Cairo
Tear gas used to disperse protests in Cairo Thousands call for president to go al-Sissi calls for stability What is happening? Egyptian security