One of Egypt's most outspoken government critics, an Egyptian-American academic, said he has been warned not to return to his native country for fear of arrest "or worse" amid a crackdown on dissidents.
Millions of Egyptians could be forced permanently from their homes, the country's ability to feed itself devastated.
Wipro to set up dev.centre in Egypt
Italy: Protests against new mosque, Egypt's treatment of Christian convert (AKI) - Two sit-ins are planned in Rome later Thursday, one in solidarity with a Christian convert in Egypt, and the other against a proposed mosque.Both gatherings are organised by a rightwing group, La Destra, which has called on people to protest outside the Egyptian embassy and near the site of the proposed ...
Multiple-award-winning SF&F author Gene Wolfe, whose novel Soldier of Sidon is a finalist for this year's World Fantasy Award, told SCI FI Wire that the historical book's protagonist, Latro, comes to Egypt in the hope of retracing his earlier journey from there to Greece.
Which country of 80 million is a close ally of America, has jailed 100,000 political prisoners, maintains a police force of 1.4 million — four times the size of its standing army — and is a place where 200 critics of its president have disappeared without a trace since 1990? If you guessed Egypt, you are right. Next to Israel, Egypt ranks as the second-largest recipient of American aid, raking in ...
A self-financed Chinese civilian delegation, which had previously traveled to 68 countries across the world, has arrived in Egypt for promoting Beijing 2008 Olympics. The team of common people led by Beijinger Cao Dafo, carried out the ...
BMB Mott MacDonald is implementing the South Sinai Regional Development Programme in Egypt. We are looking for an Expert to take up the full time position of Grant Manager for this EU funded project.
CAIRO, Egypt—Two lawmakers from the banned Muslim Brotherhood were arrested Wednesday, officials said, in an intensifying crackdown on the nation's most powerful opposition movement.
Researched by Industrial Info Resources -- Egypt's oil minister, Sameh Fahmy, has said that the country plans to increase oil output by 100,000 barrels per day to 800,000 bpd in 2008 by developing recent discoveries in the Gulf of Suez and the western Sahara.