Staunch US ally Egypt has reacted angrily to a call by President George W. Bush to free jailed opposition leader Ayman Nur, an appeal the dissident's supporters fear may set back his chances of freedom.
Israel may allow Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah forces to receive weapons and ammunition from Egypt to help in their battle against Hamas.
Sameh Sami Khouzam has bought some time. U.S. Middle District Court Judge Thomas Vanaskie ruled yesterday that Khouzam cannot be deported back to his home country of Egypt until June 18.
Egypt has dismissed as "unacceptable" U.S. President George W. Bush's call for the release of jailed opposition leader Ayman Nour, saying it was an internal issue that Washington should stay away from.
CAIRO, June 7 (Reuters) Egypt's protest over the outcome of Sunday's African Nations Cup qualifier in Mauritania has been rejected, the Confederation of African Football said today.
(RTTNews) - Just days ahead of elections to the upper house of Egypt's Parliament, police have arrested 105 members, including two candidates of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group, the group and police officials said Wednesday.
Egyptian authorities on Thursday arrested 45 members of the opposition Muslim Brotherhood, bringing to 124 the number of Islamists detained since the start of the week, a security source said.
A friend of George Forbes, the Australian recently freed from a Sudanese jail, says Mr Forbes is being flown to a hospital in Egypt.
Egypt Air to purchase 12 aircraft
Chip giant Intel has signed a memorandum of agreement (MoU) with Egypt’s Social Fund for Development to deliver cost-effective Arabised technology to the country’s small and medium-sized businesses.