Will lifting Egypt’s state of emergency change anything?

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Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi recently ended an almost three-decade-long state of emergency that had been restricting civil rights in the country. Observers say, however, that the move is largely ‘cosmetic’, aimed at projecting an improved image to the international community about civil rights in a country where they are routinely violated. As Sisi announced that he was ending the extension of the emergency state in a statement posted on his social media accounts on 25 October, he described Egypt as “an oasis of security and stability in the region”. Nevertheless, analysts and human …

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MLB Awards for Non-Qualifiers

Published by Prime Time Sports Talk MLB awards are part of the wonders of baseball discourse. For some, it’s a simple decision, for others, there’s a large process into what makes someone the best or most valuable in their field. Then some players are worthy of recognition but don’t meet the requirements to qualify. That’s

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Minister: Germany could boost border security to curb migrant influx

Published by DPA Germany’s interior minister said he is prepared to boost the number of federal police officers at the Polish border to help combat a rise in illegal migration from Belarus. Interior Minister Horst Seehofer told the Bild am Sonntag newspaper that 800 federal police officers were already deployed on the border and more

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Lindsay Lohan’s grandmother ‘dies after fall at home’

Published by BANG Showbiz English Lindsay Lohan’s grandmother has died. The ‘Mean Girls’ star’s grandmother Marilyn Lohan is said to have passed away aged 80 on Friday (01.10.21) after falling over during the night. As reported by RadarOnline.com, she had been released from hospital just before the fall, and she wasn’t found until the next

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How Will the US Open Address a Year of Irregular Grand Slam Betting?

Published by InsideHook By Tobias Carroll It’s been a strange year for tennis for a number of reasons, not the least of which being the number of big-name players who have missed high-profile tournaments for various reasons. But there’s also the makings of a scandal brewing across multiple Grand Slam events. In June, Yana Sizikova

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5 At-Home Fall Girls’ Night Ideas

Published by Savvy Tokyo In need of some fun, fall-inspired night ideas to try out with the girls? We’ve got you covered! Now that summer is over and you’ve had plenty of fun in the sun, fall is the time to wind down, hang out and invest your time in friendships. Recently, my close group

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