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Amnesty International called on the Egyptian authorities to release Patrick George Zakī, a graduate student at the Italian University of Bologna and researcher at the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR), who has been held in pretrial detention for nearly 20 months, after allegedly...
Dr. Muḥammad al-Ḍuwaynī, Undersecretary of al-Azhar al-Sharif, said that the relationship and coexistence between peoples is one of the origins of Islam, and a universal societal necessity. He stressed that constructive civilizational communication should go beyond slogans to actions and be...
Fr. Barnābā, Bishop of Rome and Turin, held a ceremony in honour of Ambassador Hishām Badr, the Ambassador of Egypt in Rome, with his term coming to an end, at the headquarters of the Coptic Church, in the presence of a group of priests, officials from the embassy and a large number of members of...
The Egyptian government still remains silent about developments in the case of Italian researcher Giulio Regeni, after an Italian court setting a session on 14th October to start the trial in the absence of four Egyptian officers accused of kidnapping and torturing Regeni in early 2016.
In recent days, a number of foreign embassies have urged the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to take serious steps to address the country’s record on human rights. It was stressed that failure to do so will continue to hinder the development of relations between Egypt and other foreign...
The escalating tension between the Sīsī regime in Egypt and Italy continues, following successive developments in the case of the murder of Italian researcher Giulio Regeni, the latest of which was the emergence of a new witness announced by the Italian investigative body, condemning four men of...
Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio reinstated his country's determination to find the "truth" about the killing of researcher Giulio Regeni in Egypt. “We will never be able to retreat on a search for the truth about the barbaric murder of Guilio Regeni” Di Maio said.
Joint investigations into the murder of Italian student Giulio Regeni between Egypt and Italy, which have been going on for over four years, have temporarily come to a halt.  Regeni was a graduate student at the University of Cambridge, conducting doctoral research in Cairo.  He then disappeared,...
On Tuesday February 25, bishop Ibrāhīm Isḥaq, patriarch of Alexandria for Catholic Copts, returned to Cairo after finishing his pastoral tour of Italy and the Vatican which began on February 6.
Parishes of the Coptic Orthodox Church abroad have taken preventive measures against the Coronavirus in countries where the epidemic has spread, especially Italy, Greece and Kuwait.

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