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# Cairo

This month
May 2024
Netanyahu says Israel 'cannot accept' Hamas demand to end Gaza conflict as truce talks resume
The Qatar-based political chief of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, has accused the Israeli prime minister of sabotaging the talks.
Hamas says delegation to head to truce talks in Cairo tomorrow with 'positive spirit'
'I thank God that I survived': Irish-Palestinian man to be reunited with family after months in Gaza
Last month
April 2024
Martin says people of Gaza being 'punished collectively' as he visits Rafah crossing
The Tánaiste said he “cannot rationally come to any other conclusion” after seeing some of the aid items being refused entry into Gaza by Israel.
Ireland facing 'pushback' against efforts to review EU trade deal with Israel - Tánaiste
This year
Israeli forces turn away 14-truck UN food convoy headed into Gaza as famine 'almost inevitable'
Minister Simon Coveney says it’s not 'realistic' for the US to stop supporting Israeli military
Last year
Debunked: Old footage from Egypt shared with false claims it shows Israel storming Gaza hospital
Looted ancient sarcophagus returned to Egypt from US
All time
Egypt displays trove of newly discovered ancient artefacts including mummies
Egypt jails man, 20s, for eight years for sexually harrassing three minors and drug possession
Egypt starts voting in first stage of parliament elections
'Pushed to breaking point': Mass hunger strike at Egyptian prison
Sadio Mane struggles to impress as Mahrez's Algeria bag important Africa Cup of Nations win
17 people injured after explosion hits tourist bus near Egyptian pyramids
At least 20 killed in train crash in Cairo's main railway station
Four people killed as tourist bus hit by roadside bomb at Giza pyramids in Egypt
Archaeologists unearth 4,400-year-old tomb of Egyptian high priest
Egypt's newly discovered tombs hold cat mummies and animal statues
Gunman kills nine in attack on Egyptian church
Ibrahim Halawa's former cellmate has been advising him on his new life
A media scrum and fish and chips: Ibrahim Halawa is finally home
'I'm very happy, it's great': Ibrahim Halawa has arrived home to Dublin
Ibrahim Halawa: 'Finally the day where I can see the sky without bars'
'You can disagree with those views but he wasn't guilty of terrorism': Ibrahim Halawa's former cellmate
Leo Varadkar speaks for 25 minutes with Egyptian president regarding Ibrahim Halawa
'These are mere stories': Egyptian ambassador denies Ibrahim Halawa was tortured in prison
Prosecution 'closes case' in trial of Ibrahim Halawa in Egypt
'Heading towards a conclusion': Trial of Ibrahim Halawa coming to a close
Ibrahim Halawa's trial suspended for 25th time - but could the next hearing be the last?
Charlie Flanagan 'disappointed' witnesses fail to appear at Ibrahim Halawa hearing
Archaeologists discover 17 mummies in Egypt catacombs
"I just felt fire grabbing my face" - Isis claims Palm Sunday bombings in Egypt which killed at least 44
Ibrahim Halawa's trial judge is considering releasing him on medical grounds
Judge-ordered report into Cairo protest doesn't name or identify Ibrahim Halawa
'His spirit is finally broken': MEP claims Ibrahim Halawa is 'being kept alive by glucose injections'
Ibrahim Halawa's family say he is now 'dying' in prison
Ibrahim Halawa's trial has been delayed for a 19th time
'It wasn't political' - Fatima Halawa explains why their family attended the protest in Egypt
Ibrahim Halawa described as "strong and very brave" as TDs meet him in Cairo jail