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# Egypt

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Ibrahim Halawa's family wants the government to sue Egyptian authorities if trial is delayed again
Leo Varadkar speaks for 25 minutes with Egyptian president regarding Ibrahim Halawa
Irish government offers support to family of Irish woman in Egypt suicide pact
'These are mere stories': Egyptian ambassador denies Ibrahim Halawa was tortured in prison
At least 36 dead as two trains crash head-on in Egypt
Almost four years after arrest, Halawa's lawyers have been able to defend him in court
Prosecution 'closes case' in trial of Ibrahim Halawa in Egypt
'A hero until the end' - Tributes paid to renowned Irish diver who died while helping another diver
Irishman dies off the coast of Egypt
'Heading towards a conclusion': Trial of Ibrahim Halawa coming to a close
Halawa trial adjourned for 26th time, but Coveney happy at 'progress'
Ibrahim Halawa's trial suspended for 25th time - but could the next hearing be the last?
Done deal: Liverpool sign former Chelsea winger Salah for €39m
Taoiseach urged to seek EU support to put more pressure on Egypt to release Ibrahim Halawa
Varadkar willing to consider 'different approach' to secure Ibrahim Halawa's freedom
Arab nations cut ties with Qatar due to 'terrorist links'
More than 20 Egyptian Christians killed by gunmen on bus in Cairo
Charlie Flanagan 'disappointed' witnesses fail to appear at Ibrahim Halawa hearing
Archaeologists discover 17 mummies in Egypt catacombs
Ibrahim Halawa's trial delayed for 22nd time
Mummies and 1,000 statues found in search of 3,500-year-old tomb
State of emergency declared as Egypt is warned of 'long and painful' war against jihadists
"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
'His life is on the line': Vigil held in support of Ibrahim Halawa ahead of 21st trial date tomorrow
Remains of 3,700-year-old pyramid discovered in Egypt
Doctor recommends Ibrahim Halawa be released from prison for 'further medical assessments'
Former Egyptian president who was ousted in the Arab Spring gets out of jail
'You're trying to shut down discussion': Dáil suspended after Bríd Smith raises Halawa case
Irish MEP: 'Time for Ireland to take legal challenge against Egypt'
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
Hosni Mubarak acquitted over deaths of protesters during Arab Spring revolt
Family statement says Ibrahim Halawa moved to prison hospital
Ibrahim Halawa's trial has been delayed for a 19th time
Aboubakar screamer delivers Cup of Nations for Cameroon
Charlie Flanagan says 'substantial resources' are being deployed to secure Halawa's release
Egyptian president 'willing' to use pardon powers for Ibrahim Halawa