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General Sisi—Egypt's butcher president at large

03 November 2015
Egypt’s dictator Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is trying to hide his bloody record with a major diplomatic tour—and David Cameron is rolling out the red carpet to help him. But el-Sisi is a killer who must be exposed, writes Judith Orr

Protest against Egypt’s butcher el-Sisi in November

27 October 2015
Protesters will demonstrate against Egypt’s dictator Abdel Fattah el-Sisi when he arrives on an official visit to Britain next week.

Greek movement resists Nazis' attempts at revival

29 September 2015
Thousands marched through Athens last Saturday to mark two years since Nazis murdered anti-racist rapper Pavlos Fyssas.

Al-Jazeera journalists face jail in Egypt

01 September 2015
A court in Egypt has sentenced three Al-Jazeera journalists to three-year jail terms after they were convicted of “spreading false news”.

Statement by the Egyptian Revolutionary Socialists: on terrorism and closing the nation's ranks

30 July 2015
A new statement and discussion document by the Revolutionary Socialists (RS) in Egypt has broken into the Egyptian mainstream media. We republish the statement in full.

International round-up

14 July 2015
Palestinian hunger striker released; protest el-Sisi's visit; Ryanair strike in Denmark; Hungary's anti-migrant fence

International round-up

07 July 2015
Yemen bombing | Crackdown in Egypt | Victory for German strike | Migrant deaths in Calais

Call for protests as Egypt's regime jails socialists

02 June 2015
Activists have been imprisoned as part of an Egyptian government crackdown, reports Judith Orr

Back the Egypt Solidarity campaign against regime’s crackdown

26 May 2015
As Egypt’s military regime condemns more than 100 political opponents to death and it ramps up repression, we need an international response, reports Judith Orr

International news in brief

19 May 2015
Cops cleared of deaths in France | Egypt to execute former president | Turkish walkout stops car plants

Egyptian state puts leading Revolutionary Socialist Mahienour el-Massry back in prison

12 May 2015
A court in Alexandria, Egypt, has sent leading Revolutionary Socialist and human rights lawyer Mahienour el-Massry back to prison following an appeal hearing on Monday.

Has Syriza reached its moment of truth?

05 May 2015
Many commentators argue that the Greek left government headed by Syriza is heading towards the moment of truth in its confrontation with the European Union.

Middle Eastern states manoevure in regional power play

07 April 2015
The danger for Western imperialism is that the mess—and with it the Middle East—escapes anyone’s control, writes Alex Callinicos

International round-up

24 February 2015
Israeli army opens floodgates | Activists jailed by Egyptian court | Thousands join US oil strike

Could the Arab Spring rise again?

24 February 2015
Socialists Joseph Daher from Syria and Sameh Naguib from Egypt spoke at a recent conference about the situation four years on from the Arab Spring, writes Nick Clark

Social and economic contradictions mean the Arab revolutions will erupt once again

17 February 2015
Four years after the fall of Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak, how do the Arab revolutions stand? 

Egyptian police attack football fans

10 February 2015
At least 30 Egyptians died on Sunday after police attacked Zamalek football fans at the Air Force stadium in New Cairo.

News round-up

03 February 2015
cops face new abuse complaints | protest stops deportation | Egypt upholds death sentences

Brutal crackdown on anniversary of Egypt’s revolution as state forces kill socialist

27 January 2015
Government forces opened fire on people commemorating the 2011 revolution, writes Charlie Kimber

Workers defy Egyptian regime in Mahalla strike

20 January 2015
The repressive Egyptian regime continues its attacks on activists as the fourth anniversary of the start of the 2011 revolution approaches this weekend.

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