New York Times
Memo From Cairo For Egypt, Promise of 1979 Peace Still Unfulfilled
New York Times, United States
Visitors to a museum in Cairo last week viewed scenes from Egypt’s 1973 war with Israel. Officially, Egypt noted the 30th anniversary of a peace treaty with Israel. By MICHAEL SLACKMAN CAIRO — In the past week, Egypt marked the historic 30-year ...
Where is Egypt headed?
Egypt: Abul Ghiet: Egypt knew of the raid at the time
Egypt destroys 10 tunnels on the border with Gaza
EGYPT: Bahai minority group under attack
Los Angeles Times, CA
The homes of some members of Egypt's Bahai minority came under violent attack by Muslims this week in a rural area in southern Egypt. The attacks erupted in the village of al-Shuraniya in the upper Egyptian province of Sohag where Muslim residents ...
Call for Egypt Bahai attack probe
Groups: Villagers attack homes of Baha'is in Egypt
Egypt village mob torches Bahai homes
Egypt on alert for national strike
AP in Cairo Egypt ordered its police on alert to foil a nationwide strike planned by pro-democracy activists today. Yesterday's order from the interior ministry came a day after police arrested 28 activists of the April 6 Movement, which called for the ...
Police on alert to face strikers in Egypt
Arrests go on in Egypt ahead of nationwide strike
Egypt foils illegal migration attempt by Pakistanis and Indian ...
Egypt 'wife swap' couple jailed
BBC News, UK
Extra-marital sex is illegal in Egypt, where the constitution says Islamic law is the main source of legislation. The pair were arrested in October 2008 on prostitution charges after they posted adverts on the internet for couples interested in sex ...
Egyptian swingers jailed: report
Cairo Court ruled swingers offended Islam and humanity
Hebrew on the Nile, bridging Egypt-Israel divide
Scholarly interest in Hebrew is nothing new for Egypt, a nexus of antiquity. The Jewish state's founding in a 1948 war lent the language a tactical utility for Egyptian intelligence, as well as for the broadcasters who, in often comically unidiomatic ...
Egyptian Court Allows Export of Gas to Israel
Israel's Cairo embassy at 30: lonely but hopeful
Egyptian court allows gas exports to Israel
Muslims attack Christian-owned shops in Egypt
Jerusalem Post, Israel
Police also arrested three Christian brothers accused in the stabbing. Coptic Christians make up an estimated 10 percent of Egypt's 79 million people. They generally live in peace with the Muslim majority, though occasional clashes occur.
Muslims attack Christian-owned shops in Alexandria
Christian shops attacked
Passover marks the Jewish Exodus from Egypt
Delmarva Daily Times, MD
Wednesday marks the Jewish Passover, which commemorates the Exodus from Egypt and the liberation of the Israelites from slavery. Here are a few things that you may have wanted to know about Passover: Passover can also be referred to as Pesach, ...
Hodges: Christians join Jews in celebrating Passover this week
At Passover, Many Jewish Families Remember the Magic of Memories
A historic achievement for Egypt
IPOH: A draw for Egypt was undeniably an inspiring result, even historic in some aspects, but for India, the 2-2 verdict in the opening match of the Sultan Azlan Shah hockey tournament on Sunday was a shocking setback for its quest to regain the cup ...
Egypt stun India with last-minute equaliser
India held by Egypt in Azlan Shah opener
Egypt-India Draw 2-2 In Azlan Shah Cup Opening Match
Los Angeles Times
Shoemakers know Egypt's down at heel
Los Angeles Times, CA
Many of his customers own just one pair of shoes, and wait in line in their socks at Bekheet's store in Cairo, Egypt. It used to be that customers at a shop in a Cairo bazaar would forget to pick up the shoes they left off, but now they often wait in ...
Egypt police detain Muslim Brotherhood blogger
Reuters UK, UK
Egypt's Interior Ministry could not be reached for comment. The Brotherhood is Egypt's strongest opposition group. The government calls it an outlawed organisation but allows it to operate relatively openly, though its members are frequently detained ...
Egypt Bans Islamist Reporter From Medical Travel
Muslim Brotherhood’s English editor banned from leaving Egypt