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Suggestions that really could be very dangerous for us,’ she added.The newscaster said it was 'in her blood' to be covering the tumultuous events.More recently, Egypt has stepped up its crackdown by jailing journalists, political opponents, artists, and novelists who have criticized the state.“There’s a genuine problem with ISIS and others’ use of digital tech,” David Kaye, the U. special rapporteur for freedom of opinion and expression, told in emailed remarks.Critics fret the Egyptian initiative is designed to rally international support for Cairo’s policies that suppress free speech in the name of reining in the now outlawed Muslim Brotherhood.Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ousted Brotherhood leader and then-President Mohamed Morsi in a military coup in July 2013.

Egypt wants the Security Council to adopt a statement highlighting the need for governments to develop a “comprehensive international strategy on countering the narratives and ideologies of the terrorist groups, with special emphasis on ISIL.” The Islamic State is also known as ISIL or ISIS.

He and his wife - a school teacher - then interviewed some 44 couples, usually at coffee shops in downtown Cairo, before they swapped partners.

Press reports said the pair turned down over 40 couples because they were not officially married, causing concern that they would not guarantee confidentiality.

Egyptian police have arrested a senior civil servant and his wife accusing them of swapping sex partners with other couples, local media reports say.

The pair are said to have held at least three "swinger" parties at their home in Cairo, after soliciting other married couples over the internet.

Egypt wants the Security Council to adopt a statement highlighting the need for governments to develop a “comprehensive international strategy on countering the narratives and ideologies of the terrorist groups, with special emphasis on ISIL.” The Islamic State is also known as ISIL or ISIS.He and his wife - a school teacher - then interviewed some 44 couples, usually at coffee shops in downtown Cairo, before they swapped partners.Press reports said the pair turned down over 40 couples because they were not officially married, causing concern that they would not guarantee confidentiality.Egyptian police have arrested a senior civil servant and his wife accusing them of swapping sex partners with other couples, local media reports say.The pair are said to have held at least three "swinger" parties at their home in Cairo, after soliciting other married couples over the internet.It said police also arrested a lawyer at a cafe in the Cairo suburb Giza while he was finalising a swap deal, adding that another swap was set for the weekend with a young man from the Gulf and his wife.