Egyptian and Italian prosecutors have found gaps in footage from inside and around Cairo metro stations where murdered Italian student Giulio Regeni ...
Egypt’s state prosecutor said on Monday a team of Italian experts would go to Cairo next week to take part in the retrieval of CCTV recordings ...
Almost a year and half had passed since Italy recalled its ambassador to Cairo over the latter’s reported lack of cooperation in the ...
Egypt’s prosecution said Wednesday it has handed over to Italian investigators documents requested by Rome to help the probe into the kidnapping ...
The parents of Giulio Regeni, the Cambridge University student tortured to death in Egypt last year, appealed Monday to Pope Francis to raise their ...
Italian and German experts will try to view footage from a metro station in Cairo’s Dokki district, where Regeni is believed to have been last seen alive
Regeni, who was doing postgraduate research into Egyptian trade unions, was last seen by his friends on Jan. 25
Regeni, a 28-year-old Cambridge University PhD student, disappeared on January 25 in central Cairo
An online petition asking the Italian government to refrain from sending the new ambassador to Egypt has been launched
Egypt said on Wednesday it was considering retaliating against Italy for halting military supplies to protest the killing of an Italian student
This is considered the first move with a direct impact on bilateral commercial relations taken by Rome after the killing in Cairo of an Italian PhD student
Last week, a court in Cairo extended the pre-trial detention of Ahmad Abdullah for 15 days
The decision followed a chaotic courtroom hearing that included physical scuffles and the eventual expulsion
Regeni, who was doing postgraduate research into the union, was last seen by his friends on Jan. 25
Between values and interests, states prefer interests. And among these, they tend to defend those that guarantee results in the short time.
TV host Rania Mahmoud Yassin appeared on a private channel this week complaining about international attention over the killing
Giulio Regeni who was tortured and murdered in Egypt had been detained by police and then transferred to a compound run by Homeland Security the day he vanished
Regeni disappeared on Jan. 25 and his body was discovered on Feb. 3 with signs of extensive torture
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi said on Tuesday his country deeply regretted Regeni’s death
Italy on Friday recalled its ambassador to Egypt for consultations in protest over the lack of progress in a probe into the fate of slain student ...
Regeni, 28, disappeared in central Cairo on January 25, and his mutilated body was found nine days late
Egyptian police said they had found those responsible for the murder of Italian student Giulio Regeni,
Egypt will spare no effort to find and punish those who tortured and killed an Italian student in Cairo, the country's president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ...
Regeni, a Cambridge University PhD student who was researching Egyptian labour movements, disappeared on January 25 and his badly mutilated body was found a week later
A steady stream of hosts and guests outlined a variety of conspiracy theories designed to weaken and isolate Egypt
The findings are the strongest indication yet that Giulio Regeni was killed by Egyptian security services
Scholars in Egypt say they have long worked under threat of arrest or deportation, but the gruesome nature of Regeni’s death has raised fears
Regeni, 28, disappeared on Jan. 25, the fifth anniversary of the 2011 uprising that ended President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule
Egypt’s forensics authority handed over to the prosecutor general’s office on Saturday its final autopsy report on the Italian student who ...
An Italian student who was tortured and found dead in Egypt last week was given a funeral in his hometown on Friday
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