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How Egypt is escalating the war against its own people: the dark road ahead

How Egypt is escalating the war against its own people: the dark road ahead

The North Africa Journal: June 12, 2017: President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi has always argued that the fight against terrorism must be unflinching.  No one would argue with that, and many…

Libya/Egypt: Egyptian air strikes target Derna’s al-Jabilah neighborhood

Libya/Egypt: Egyptian air strikes target Derna’s al-Jabilah neighborhood

Egypt has launched air strikes on Derna’s al-Jabilah neighborhood on 26 May in retaliation for the attack on Coptic Christians in Minia on the same day. It is believed that…

Fresh violence in Egypt, 28 civilians and four security personnel killed in two days

Fresh violence in Egypt, 28 civilians and four security personnel killed in two days

The North Africa Journal- May 26, 2017: Using automatic weapons, attackers opened fire on two buses traveling to the Saint Samuel Monastery in Minya, killing 28 Christian worshipers and wounding…

Egypt’s tough balancing act: The contradictory task of ensuring social peace while delivering economic growth

Egypt’s tough balancing act: The contradictory task of ensuring social peace while delivering economic growth

The North Africa Journal – May 24, 2017 – Egyptian households are bracing of an extremely costly Ramadan season. Ramadan will start at the end of May, and will last…

Egypt: From military-insurgents confrontation, Sinai conflict shifts to civil war

Egypt: From military-insurgents confrontation, Sinai conflict shifts to civil war

The North Africa Journal – May 17, 2017: The crisis in the Sinai Peninsula is now spreading both geographically and in terms of its scope. Analysts at MEA Risk LLC…

Despite economic hardship, defense spending in North Africa & Sahel on the rise

Despite economic hardship, defense spending in North Africa & Sahel on the rise

The North Africa Journal | April 27, 2017: Despite severe economic performances affecting the countries’ revenues, North Africa, including the Sahel, witnessed an increase in military expenditure in 2016, growing…

Egypt: Death toll reaches 49, as government declares state of emergency

Egypt: Death toll reaches 49, as government declares state of emergency

The North Africa Journal – April 10, 2017 – President Abdel Fatah al-Sissi declared a three-months state of emergency across the country following the two church attacks that left at…

Egypt’s troubles escalate as terrorism undermines any recovery

Egypt’s troubles escalate as terrorism undermines any recovery

The North Africa Journal – April 9, 2017 – At least 36 people were killed today (April 9, 2017) in two attacks against Coptic churches in Egypt.  The attacks, which…

Egypt: Russian troops in Egypt, near Libya border to help Haftar retake control of oil sites

Egypt: Russian troops in Egypt, near Libya border to help Haftar retake control of oil sites

The North Africa Journal – 14 March 2017 – An unidentified number of Russian troops is reported to have been deployed in an Egyptian airbase near the Libyan border. Various…

Egypt: Mubarak walks free

Egypt: Mubarak walks free

The North Africa Journal – March 13, 2017 – After six years in luxury confinement, the Egyptian Prosecutor has ordered today the release of former President Hosni Mubarak, but kept…

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